GREECE: On island of Kos, Muslim savages act like the savages they are, demanding immediate immigration papers so they can rape and plunder Europe
“There will be bloodshed,” warns mayor of Kos after chaos broke out among 1,500 Muslim illegal aliens who staged a protest at a football stadium, demanding food and shelter, as well as immigration papers.
UK Daily Mail (h/t Brenda K) Yorgos Kyritsis issued the warning as the holiday island descended into a virtual battlefield, with police spraying illegal invaders with fire extinguisher foam in an effort to get them to disperse. The incident took place during a registration procedure which was taking place at the stadium of Kos town, on the south east of the island. (Barenaked)
Given Greece’s economic troubles, you might assume its people would have little sympathy for the boatloads of migrants that arrive from North Africa, the Middle East and beyond. However, nothing could be further from the truth…
A steady stream of between 100 and 300 migrant men, women and children arrive daily on the Greek island of Kos from Syria, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh…
Church groups on Kos provide food, clothing and blankets… From the station, police cars often ferry food around the island. Medecins Sans Frontieres and other NGOs are also in action, helping deal with processing and meeting the immediate needs of the influx… Individuals assist in the nightly rituals of preparing and delivering some 400 meals to migrants. These services are provided through the community with no support from the Greek government.
While many countries, including Australia, continue to refuse entry to those seeking humanitarian assistance, struggling countries such as Greece that can least afford it willingly assist. The vast gap in the standard of living between Australia and debt-ridden Greece, begs the question: why is a country that has so little to give, the one most likely to share?
Greek police used fire extinguishers and batons against migrants as fights broke out on Tuesday on the island of Kos, where overwhelmed authorities are struggling to contain increasing numbers of migrants.
Authorities, locals and charity groups struggled to provide registration, food and shelter to the new arrivals, many of whom are children.
An attempt to have them relocated to a stadium for registration degenerated, with fights breaking out among some of the roughly 1500 people gathered in a long, crowded queue in the stadium…
Kos mayor Yorgos Kyritsis said strained local services, including the police and coast guard were unable to cope with the influx.
“This situation on the island is out of control,” he told Greek TV. “There is a real danger of uncontrollable situations. Blood will be shed.”
And here are those police Fairfax last month assured us were handing out food, but are now handing out something else:
A Greek police officer brandished a knife and slapped a migrant while others sprayed fire extinguishers to break up crowds of migrants and asylum seekers on the Greek island of Kos. The UNHCR is calling the migrant crisis a “humanitarian emergency.”