Muslims WorldWide

Over 1 million Muslims plan to illegally smuggle themselves into Europe as the EU refuses to allow ships to be bombed


Frontex, the EU’s external border control agency, estimates that up to one million people from Africa and the Arab nations are readying to leave for Europe.

And as usual with Muslim refugees, they are already violent and criminal and arson is already a problem in the refugee camps in the Greek and Italian islands. Muslims commit arson constantly in Sweden to try and force authorities to move them into private housing. They do everything they can to manipulate policies and abuse human rights laws.

If the European authorities would implant a tracking device with ability to eavedrop on these fake Muslim refugees, they would be shocked to hear some of the conversations coming out of them. This entire problem has nothing to do with human traffickers or profits, or that they are “escaping Isis”. This hijra is a common strategy in jihad. It has escalated to this extent because Muslim leaders are beginning to feel a taste of victory. It’s exactly this scenario that created the wars against Israel in the constant feigned “loss of land” and “my human rights” arguments used by “Palestinians” who originated from other Islamic countries.

The total population on the Island of Kos is no more than 30,000 people. The police force on the island? 24. The Greek islands have already been bombarded by 30,000 Muslim illegals. They need to have a sniper at the shores, waiting for them! The EU is not permitting these countries to shoot these trespassers and sink their boats. According to this report many walk out of camps, refuse to be fingerprinted (citing their human rights) and vanish to a wealthier EU country. Shouldn’t this offer a clue? What people in dire need of basic safety refuses to get fingerprinted? And why should they be allowed to even come ashore? This is such insanity. We can only hope that treason and the death penalty will soon become a reality against the policitians in charge of these sick policies. This is destroying an entire continent.

.
.

Bikinis, sun loungers… and a tide of despair: This week 1,200 migrants washed up on a Greek island beloved by British tourists. SUE REID went to investigate – and was shocked by what she found

  • Easily navigated Aegean Sea has become new back door to EU countries
  • 300 asylum seekers arriving on the popular holiday Greek island Kos a day
  • So many migrants have come in, its 30,000 population is struggling to cope
  • Rising fears disgruntled tourists will begin boycotting the idyllic holiday destination, a long-time favourite of Britons

Under the hot Greek sun, a group of 19 Afghan migrants stroll along the beach on the island of Kos, watched by bemused British tourists lying under stripy blue and yellow parasols.

The holiday-makers feel uncomfortable as they peer at Ali Yagdoobi who, with his family and friends, is getting a first taste of Europe after arriving on a people-trafficking boat from the seaside port of Bodrum in Turkey.

Ali is an electrical engineer from Kabul, one of 1,200 migrants who this week made the voyage to Kos after escaping from trouble-torn nations in the Middle East and Africa.

This spring, in the space of seven weeks, the two-mile route across the easily navigated Aegean Sea has become the new back door to European Union countries.

These ladies' view of the harbour is somewhat disrupted by dozens of migrants walking the streets

A young British couple make their way through the small Greek island's busy streets which are now awash with migrants

Under EU rules, migrants are meant to stay in the first country they reach in Europe while they are finger-printed to prove their identity, their asylum claims considered and a decision made about whether they should be deported

So many migrants have slipped into the small Greek island that its 30,000 population is struggling to cope amid rising fears that disgruntled tourists will begin boycotting the idyllic holiday destination, a long-time favourite of Britons.

The new — and very unwelcome — arrivals sleep under trees in the park, on sun loungers at the beach, and on the ground by the police station. Or they take their chances at a dirty, makeshift camp, set up in a derelict hotel close to Lambi beach where the traffickers’ inflatable dinghies creep in each dawn with their next load of human cargo.

Groups walk up and down the tourist beaches yards from families on a half-term break sunbathing on loungers. They congregate on pavements as Britons try to squeeze past with their suitcases and they hang their washing to dry on railings.

Almost every day, another boat or two will arrive, carrying yet more desperate souls from Bodrum, where trafficking gangs operate with impunity and make huge profits.

Large fire breaks out on one of the migrant camps in Kos.

Watch out: A young migrant shouts at holiday-makers as they cycle by the Elias Hotel, which itself has been taken over by those who have swarmed on the island

Watch out: A young migrant shouts at holiday-makers as they cycle by the Elias Hotel, which itself has been taken over by those who have swarmed on the island

Culture clash: Fully clothed migrants walk past sunbathing tourists in bikinis

Bemused: Holidaymakers push their luggage through a group of migrants

Kos is renowned as a peaceful island, perfect for family holidays, where the locals don’t bother to lock their doors and female tourists can walk safely home at night. The police force is tiny.

As Ali cuddles his six-month-old daughter, Alisa, watched by his wife, Samaya, 20, he says: ‘We arrived two days ago and sleep on the concrete pavement outside the police station because we have nowhere else to go.

‘We have no money left after paying the Turkish man in Bodrum who put us on a boat to come here. We need medicine for our baby daughter because she has a cold, and we have run out of water and nappies.’

It is hard not to feel some sympathy for Ali and his fellow travellers. They wait in appalling conditions for up to three weeks for official papers to be issued at the local police station. This enables them to travel by ferry to the Greek capital of Athens and allows them to live in Greece for six months.

Under EU rules, migrants are meant to stay in the first country they reach in Europe while they are finger-printed to prove their identity, their asylum claims considered and a decision made about whether they should be deported.

But the system is close to tatters. Migrants are unlikely to stay long on the Greek mainland. Many walk out of camps, refuse to be fingerprinted (citing their human rights) and vanish to a wealthier EU country. Indeed, Greece, which took in thousands of migrants last year, is probably relieved to see them go.

A man carries all of his possessions over his shoulder as he walks amongst tourists and migrants in Kos

Contrast: Migrants walk past holidaymakers at a beach at Lambi on the small Greek island of Kos

Strange mix: An Afghan immigrant sleeps on a bench outside the police station in Kos as tourists cycle past

Illegal migrants in Kos given shelter in abandoned hotel.

This week, I watched as a young Syrian and his friends finally got their documents. They ran from the police station on to the promenade in the early evening, shouting with joy that their journey into mainland Europe could begin.

From Athens, the migrants will slip out of Greece through the porous borders and make their way to Britain, Germany or Austria — which are the destinations of choice. If Britain, is, indeed, their destination, they will only add to our growing immigration crisis.

Last week, the UK’s Office for National Statistics revealed that record numbers continued to pour in, with net migration hitting 318,000 in 2014 — the second-highest total ever. Some 641,000 immigrants arrived in the UK in 2014, up 100,000 in a single year.

Despite an ever increasing number of homeless migrants swarming on the island, life goes on for tourists and permanent residents

Overnight on Wednesday, 216 were picked up as they headed for the island on a fleet of small boats, according to the local coastguards, and they were brought into Kos harbour

Yesterday, Greek politicians were due to pay an emergency visit to Kos to see the migrant crisis for themselves. According to estimates by the Athens government, 7,500 people have arrived on the island this year — 6,000 in the past month.

Overnight on Wednesday, 216 were picked up as they headed for the island on a fleet of small boats, according to the local coastguards, and they were brought into Kos harbour.

The sea between Turkey and Kos is often so calm that some migrants swim the short distance using inflated inner tubes of lorry tyres to support them.

Among the throngs waiting in Kos are Syrians and Libyans escaping the ever-tightening stranglehold of Islamic State terrorists in their country.

Others have fled poverty, violence or religious oppression in Somalia or Eritrea. Each has paid 800 euros (£565) to a trafficker in Bodrum for a place on a dinghy to make the brief journey to Kos.

Contrast: Tourists on their summer holidays stroll past families of migrants sleeping out on the streets in Kos, with their belongings strewn on the pavement around them 

Out of place: A man in a suit and his smartly dressed companion walk past a family of migrants drying their clothes on the railing by the sea front at Kos

The trafficking trade is thought to be controlled by, and financing, terrorists of the Islamic State who have links to the gangs running migrant boats out of Turkish and Libyan ports. In a further alarming twist, European intelligence agencies believe that hiding among the migrants on board are IS terrorists heading to Europe by posing as genuine refugees.

Indeed, last week, a suspected IS terrorist, alleged to have helped carry out the Bardo Museum attacks in Tunis earlier this year (when two gunmen killed 21 people), was arrested after slipping into Europe posing as a refugee on a migrant boat to Italy.

The scenario has terrifying echoes of the past. In 2010, just before his regime’s collapse, Libyan dictator Colonel Gaddafi demanded £4 billion a year from the EU to halt the flow of migrants from the North African coast by traffickers’ boats into Italy.

Gaddafi cynically threatened to ‘turn Europe black’ and send in terrorists if he did not get the money, which was refused.

However, there are now fears that a similar plan is a key strategy of the IS offensive to crush the West.

According to European intelligence agencies, IS is plotting — or may even have started — a ‘psychological attack’ on Europe by deliberately flooding the continent with half a million migrants.

Frontex, the EU’s external border control agency, estimates that up to one million people from Africa and the Arab nations are readying to leave for Europe.

And there’s little doubt that many will use Kos as their entry point because it’s so easy to reach from non-EU Turkey.

As Tito Homsi, a 25-year-old Syrian, told me this week as he sat on a wall near Kos police station: ‘I flew from Damascus to Beirut and then to Istanbul before getting to Bodrum on an internal flight.

‘Everyone wanting to get into Europe from Syria knows Bodrum is the place to set off from. I just walked out of the airport and asked where I could buy a place on one of the illegal boats to Kos.’

He says he was directed to a Turk who fixed the trip within two days. Most worrying, he said: ‘I didn’t know anyone else on board. There may have been terrorists because there are no checks on anyone.’

Tito, who has a design degree from Damascus University, says he hopes to make it to England and work in the car industry. ‘I just had to get away from Syria, the bombings and the chaos.’

He is staying with four fellow Syrians in one room at a four-star apartment hotel in Kos. ‘We are living among the holidaymakers,’ he says. ‘Some are British. I don’t know what they think of me, but I am paying like them.’

Tito is among the lucky ones. He comes from a middle-class family and his father is a teacher. He has the money to escape the squalor on the streets where up to 300 migrants arrive each day with nowhere to live.

Among the unlucky ones is Mohammed Ahamed, 30, who walked up to me on the promenade and tugged at my arm for help.

He was carrying an old plastic mattress cover and some cardboard boxes, after being moved on from the pavement by police.

The dishevelled Syrian said: ‘See, this is all I’ve got. I have been waiting for nine days for papers. I don’t want to stay in Kos, where I have spent all my money. Greece is just a way to get to England, or another European country in the north.

Migrants: Hundreds of men, women and children make their way to temporary shelter after arriving in Kos

Sleeping rough: A migrant sleeping in a make-shift shelter at the abandoned Elias Hotel on the Greek island 

‘Tonight, I will sleep in the park, as there is nowhere else. The children who came with us are getting ill from sleeping outside and the Greeks just ignore us as though we do not exist.’

Kos police chief Georgos Georgakos has said the enormous task of dealing with the huge migrant influx is worsened because many do not have any passports or other official papers.

‘While the Syrians have identity papers, many of the Afghans, the Iraqis, don’t have anything on them. So we don’t know if the Afghans are actually Iranians, or the Iraqis are Lebanese. It can take weeks to sort out.’

Behind the police station in a pretty tree-lined square, Dick and Johanna Gerrits run what was once a thriving gift shop in the heart of the tourist quarter in Hippocrates Square (named after the nearby ancient plane tree where the father of medicine is said to have taught students).

Now they look out on crowds of migrants who hang their washing on the railings and defecate on their doorstep.

Dick, 60, says: ‘It has been terrible for our business. The tourists don’t want to come to our shop any more because we are surrounded by migrants waiting for their travel papers.

‘They are put off by the noise, the smell and migrants sleeping under the trees and on the pavement on bits of cardboard boxes. They throw dirty nappies on the ground, spit on the floor, and shout when you ask them to clear the mess up.

‘There are no toilets and I have to use one-and-a-half litres of bleach each day cleaning the pavement outside my shop.

‘Our trade is down by 70 per cent on last May and tourist buses have stopped coming to this area. Holidaymakers want to relax and not see a problem like this unfolding before their eyes.’

Down the road, near Lambi beach, Johanna van Itterzon is suffering similar problems.

She’s run an upmarket restaurant, Filarakia, for 20 years. But since the migrants’ arrival, bookings have halved. Originally from Holland, she says when the first migrants appeared, it was just a trickle and people tried to help them. ‘Now there are so many, the 24 police on this small island can’t handle the crisis.’

She says it is imperative that EU authorities go to Bodrum and stop the traffickers. ‘Travel agents say people are cancelling their Kos holidays this year. People don’t want to be in a place where homeless groups wander round the streets.’

Uncomfortable: A tourist couple (right) and a group of temporarily detained immigrants take shelter from rain outside a police station in Kos island

The coastguard patrols the area where migrants are living temporarily in the abandoned Captain Elias Hotel

Hundreds of illegal migrants arrive on Greek island of Kos.

Anne Servante, a nurse from Manchester on Kos with her husband Tony, has said: ‘It’s really dirty and messy here now — and it’s awkward to sit in a restaurant with people watching you.’

When I speak to other British tourists, they concur. ‘I noticed the migrants immediately,’ said Janet, 52, on holiday from Exeter with her husband, David. ‘I was shocked to see women and children, too, and without anywhere to sleep.’

Then she adds, sympathetically: ‘I feel sorry for them, but it is not what you expect to face on holiday. We love coming here, but we might think twice next year.’

Similarly, a middle-aged lady from Newcastle who’s been coming here for years, says: ‘It has put me off the island. I was shocked to walk along the promenade and step over sleeping bodies of men, women and babies.

‘Their washing was hung on the sea railings and there was rubbish all over the place.’

She is with a friend at the Kamelia restaurant on the promenade and just 50 yards from the migrants milling around the police station.

The restaurant’s Greek owner, Takis Hatzipiliotis, says: ‘To begin with, we felt sorry for these migrants. Now there are so many, we are angry. They come to my restaurant begging for food and water, to use my electricity to recharge their mobiles, and wanting to use the toilet.

‘We have a big problem for a tiny island,’ he adds, before beginning to laugh. ‘But soon we know they will have left for England and, in a few months from now, they will be your problem.’

7 thoughts on “Over 1 million Muslims plan to illegally smuggle themselves into Europe as the EU refuses to allow ships to be bombed

  1. Absolute disintegration of European civilization with the support of the UN and EU. Note how early days only a few arrived and were assisted. Now look !. What fools we are. Common sense would have UN massive tankers picking them up and keeping them on board until sorted. But then the human rights bleeding hearts lobby would complain…… and the alternative is this.

    Like

  2. The west needs to take this war directly with muslims throughout the world. Dont try and fix foreign countries when the problem in our countries is being left. Arrest all muslims and give them a choice, go to a muslim country or be hanged. This would be a choice that is denied to all infidels in muslim countries.

    Like

  3. The EU has too change the legislation regarding immigrants. I don’t really care how homeless they are. All need to be returned, babies given up for adoption. Men return and fight for your country and deal with the mad mullah’s all over the Middle east. Finally come to terms with the fact that ISLAM is not a true religion it is a weapon of war and means to dominate financial markets through OIL and power to impose Sharia law world wide. I have absolutely no sympathy for a single migrant. Damn well stand your ground and fight back.

    Like

    • …babies given up for adoption…

      Muslims don’t adopt. But they do insist that Muslim babes adopted into non-Muslim homes be raised…Muslim! One of the great “Dualities of Islam” afforded by their divine superiority.

      Like

      • Of course I meant muslim babies given up for adoption to non muslims. Fastest way to de brainwash the bloody lot. Ask a muslim woman if she would rather be the wife of western civilized man to a Muslim? Give you three guesses?

        Like

Published under FAIR USE of factual content citing US 17 U.S.C. § 107 fair use protection, Section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976 and UK Section 30(1) of the 1988 Act.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s