Turkey Calls on Europe to Criminalize “Islamophobia”
Çavuşoğlu, in his talk against “Islamophobia”, did not mention the atrocities committed by his coreligionists in Europe.
- Given Turkey’s inhospitable treatment of non-Muslims throughout the ages, it is the height of hypocrisy for its foreign minister to complain about Europe’s attitude towards Muslims…
Once again, Greece is being flooded by Mohammedan savages crossing the Turkey-Greece land border
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Turkey wants another multi-billion euro payoff. The EU should pay €3 billion MORE to keep refugees in Turkey despite concerns about the Turkish regime, the European Commission has said. It should also put “pressure” on African and Asian states to take back their unwanted nationals from the EU, it added.
The additional €3 billion is to be funded with €1 billion from the EU budget and the rest from member states, as in the previous €3 billion tranche, which ended in 2017. Apparently, Turkish police are taking bribes of just £8 to allow refugees access to Europe – despite the EU handing over 3 billion euros to stop the flow of migrants.
This figure was reduced to 30,000 in 2017 after the European Union persuading the Turkish government to step up containment efforts following a multi-billion euro deal — partly financed by the United Kingdom.
The major action then shifted from Greece to the so-called Central Mediterranean Route from Libya to Italy. But this, too, was brought under partial control in late 2017 after the Italian authorities cracked down on so-called “rescue” ships operated by pro-migration NGOs and began incentivising the Libyan coast guard to intercept smuggler-boats.
Germany’s new government went so far as the declare that the migrant crisis was overas a result of these developments — but its reignition on the Greco-Turkish border appears to have vindicated more judicious leaders, such as Hungary’s Viktor Orbán, who believe it is just beginning.
In April alone, almost 3,000 Muslim illegal migrants penetrated Greece’s land border by crossing the Evros river in East Thrace — Turkey’s last remaining foothold on the European mainland. This figure is equivalent to half the number of migrants who arrived in all of 2017, and Greek politicians along the frontier are warning they cannot cope with the strain.
The Greeks believe that the sudden influx is no accident, and that the Turkish government — which has repeatedly threatened to allow millions of migrants to flood Europe if demands on money, visa-free travel, and progress on its EU membership application are not met — is deliberately loosening its borders in order to put pressure on European governments.
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