Turks demand jiziya, visa-free access to Europe. Or else…

Turkey threatens Europe with renewed refugee flow unless its demands met

Turkey threatens Europe with renewed refugee flow unless its demands met

Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu and Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu have on various occasions warned the European Union that a new refugee flow will take place in the post-pandemic era unless Turkey’s demands including a visa-free regime for Turkish citizens and a new trade deal are not met.

Apart from the outrageous demands for jiziya & the blackmail that comes with it, are demands for open borders. If that happens, 10 to 20 million Turks will invade Europe. That means game over.

Turkey: Muslim leaders rewriting history to glorify Ottoman Islamic rulers, downplay the secularist Ataturk
Turkey: Muslim leaders rewriting history to glorify Ottoman Islamic rulers, downplay the secularist Ataturk

“By contrast, there is the opposite Islamist view. According to this, it was Sultan Vahdettin who did everything. In fact, the Islamist discourse addresses the issue with a conspiratorial approach as if Atatürk was almost pro-British. Now that Islamists are in power in Turkey, they want to change that history.”

Of course. Because Erdogan has for years been working toward re-establishing the Ottoman caliphate. This is just another step in that direction.

“It’s a terrifying sign that we are abandoning rationality.”

Yeah, well, so is everybody else, pal. Join the club.

Report: Channel Migrants 'Threaten to Throw Their Children Into Water'
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So now the French excuse for not stopping illegal migrant boats is that when they are “approached by French patrol vessels, the migrants threaten to jump overboard or throw their children into the water”?
These ruthless criminals, coming from a safe country in the EU, have absolutely no place in Britain, and should be arrested and charged for this beaviour the moment they are brought ashore if they cannot be immediately deported, as they should be.
Greece to evict over 10,000 refugees from shelters

Greece to evict over 10,000 refugees from shelters

Government to begin evicting refugees from current accommodations in camps, hotels, apartments next week

Over 10,000 refugees in Greece that have been granted asylum now face eviction from accommodation facilities where they are currently staying.

The country’s Ministry of Migration Policy plans to replace these refugees with asylum seekers on Aegean islands in an attempt to decongest camps there.