The Turkish government has started to halt the flood of invaders sailing to the Greek islands in terms of its “deal” with the European Union—proving that they could have done it all along and merely used the nonwhite invasion to blackmail Europe.
On Friday, March 18, Turkish police intercepted 3,000 invaders attempting to cross on land and sea in a major operation involving coast guard and helicopters, as the “deal” was being struck in Brussels.
Even so, some 1,498 invaders were still able to land on the Greek islands from March 18 to March 19, Greek “crisis teams” on Lesbos reported. According to the Greek coast guard, the increase is likely related to the fact that Turkey has undertaken to crack down on the invaders.
In terms of the deal, after midnight on Saturday, March 19, any invader who lands on the islands will no longer be able to catch ferries to Athens, but will be immediately “interviewed” by asylum officials or judges at new detention camps.
Presumably these “interviews” will decide which of the invaders are “genuine” refugees or not—even though it is abundantly clear that none are genuine, as they are all leaving a safe third country—Turkey—and are thus not fleeing for their lives at all.
In fact, there are approximately three million “refugees” living peacefully in Turkey, a fact which completely undermines the claim that they are “fleeing to Europe in fear of their lives.”
From April 4, deportations to Turkey are set to begin with EU officials expressing the hope that the process will take no more than a few days to complete.
Those who appeal against their deportations will be brought before Greek judges in “instant court” sessions in a €20 million per month project involving 4,000 staff—funded by the EU.
The EU-Turkey “deal” will mean that Turkey gets a €6 billion bribe to stop the invasion, while at the same time the EU has agreed to directly transfer some 72,000 “Syrian” invaders directly to the European mainland from Turkey. This exchange will only be stopped if the numbers of invaders deported to Turkey exceed that figure.
In return, Turkey’s 75-million strong population will be granted visa-free access to Europe from June 2015, as long as that country introduces “forgery-proof passports” in time.
In addition, the “deal” provides for the speeding up of negotiations to let Turkey join the EU so that they aim to be finalized before the end of June. Cyprus—still in a dispute with Turkey over the occupation of the northern part of that country—will be denied the right to veto Turkish EU membership.
Meanwhile, the Bulgarian army has been stationed along that country’s border with Macedonia in an attempt to halt the infiltration of the thousands of nonwhites trapped in Greece after most of the Balkan nations unilaterally closed their borders to all but those who could “prove” that they were “Syrians” (fake passports notwithstanding).
There are an estimated 46,000 such invaders waiting on the Greek–Macedonian border, and about 12,000 piled up at the border village of Idomeni.
Black Africans pretending to be refugees wait at the border between Macedonia and Greece, looking for an opportunity to break through the fence and join the parasitic hordes already living off the white taxpayers of western Europe.