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Greece: Merkel Muslims stage emotional blackmail and pretend to ‘hang’ themselves to gain residency


Deceit, manipulation and propaganda is the core feature of the Muslim psyche. The only ones attracted to and lured in by these tactics is the totalitarian left who inhabit the same propensities.

Deceit and propaganda is how the prophet of Islam managed to manoeuvre his way into Medina as a refugee. Within five years he had managed to convert, kill or enslave every jew in their city. Within a century the entire jewish Arabian peninsula became Islamic.

Here we see “Palestinian” propaganda tactics. When they feel the smell of free taxpayer money and free housing close at hand they become very aggressive in their pursuit. Did no one intervene and help them tighten the noose and hang the contraption far higher? How do you “hang” yourself by a lose noose while your feet hovers a few centimeters above ground? How many dead bodies end up with a satisfied grin on their face? Don’t take them to the hospital. Take them to Karachi.

They need to be shot on illegal trespassing. Nothing else. Drop a chemical bomb or barrel bomb in the stadium they are housed and be done with it. Enough of this crap.

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Desperate migrants try to HANG themselves in Athens square as struggling Greece warns it won’t become a ‘warehouse of souls’

  • 20,000 migrants are stranded in Greece after Macedonia shut its borders
  • Football stadiums being used to house them and hundreds queue for food
  • Yesterday, two men tried to hang themselves in protest in Athens square
  • Greek Prime Minister threatens to block EU treaties unless burden shared 

 

Greece has warned it would not be turned into ‘warehouse of souls’ by the rest of the Europe after tens of thousands of migrants were left trapped in the country.

Two desperate men yesterday attempted to hang themselves in a square in the centre of Athens as frustrations grew with border closures that have stopped people leaving.

One of the men, a Pakistani, was left unconscious after tying a noose made from twisted lengths of fabric to a tree and was taken to hospital.

Two desperate men yesterday attempted to hang themselves in a square in the centre of Athens as frustrations grew with border closures

Greek officials estimate 20,000 migrants have been stranded there after neighbouring Macedonia abruptly shut its border on Monday to anyone not Syrian or Iraqi

At a makeshift migrant camp in one of the capital’s suburbs, hundreds queued for food.

Greek officials estimate 20,000 migrants have been stranded there after neighbouring Macedonia abruptly shut its border on Monday to anyone not Syrian or Iraqi.

With all migrant centres full, Greek authorities have started using stadiums as temporary accommodation.

The UN’s refugee agency yesterday announced it is looking to lease entire hotels with hundreds of rooms for at least nine months.

More than 800,000 people last year arrived from Turkey on the Greek islands, where they got boats to Athens and then headed to the Balkans and continued their journeys up through Europe.

But the tough new restrictions being enforced by Macedonia, which is only letting 200 people through a day, have created a bottleneck with thousands continuing to arrive each day in the country but with no way to leave.

The Greek Prime Minister has warned his country will block future EU agreements if other member states refused to share the burden of refugees.

Alexis Tsipras said Greece: ‘Will not accept turning the country into a permanent warehouse of souls with Europe continuing to function as if nothing is happening.’

Groups of frustrated migrants, including families with small children, yesterday walked along the country’s main motorway in the hope of reaching Macedonia after authorities stopped their buses to ease the crowds at the blocked border.

One of the men, a Pakistani, was left unconscious after tying a noose made from twisted lengths of fabric to a tree and was taken to hospital

The Greek Prime Minister has warned his country will block future EU agreements if other member states refused to share the burden of refugees

The men, one of whom was unconscious, were rushed to hospital from the square, a common destination for migrants when they reach Athens from the Aegean Sea islands

‘We have been here for six days. We cannot take it any more,’ said Hasan, an Iraqi in a group of hundreds heading towards the small border town of Idomeni.

One couple were using a plastic box as a crib for their baby, pulling it along the road.

Nearly 3,000 people are currently massed at the border. Wassim al Mousalli, 37, a pharmacist from Damascus said he, his wife and children aged three and six had spent two days camped at the crossing.

‘We spent the night in a small tent, the children were very cold,’ he said. ‘I want to reach Germany, and my main question is why are the borders being kept closed.’

Walaa Jbara, a 23-year-old Syrian student, said: ‘It took me 20 hours to get here. The police kept stopping us, but I couldn’t wait.’

Mr Tsipras said it was unacceptable for EU partners to force Greece to shoulder the crisis.

He said: ‘We did and will continue to do everything we can to provide warmth, essential help and security to uprooted people.

 Other migrants tend to two Pakistani men who tried to commit suicide by hanging themselves with twisted lengths of fabric from a tree in central Athens' Victoria Square

Bystanders said the men were upset because of delays in their planned travel to northern Greece, from which migrants start their long trek through the Balkans to wealthier European countries

‘We will either be in a union of common rules for all or everyone will do as they please: we will not accept the latter.’

At a meeting in Brussels yesterday, Greece threatened to block all EU efforts to handle the crisis unless countries along the migrant route up through Europe began allowing people through again.

Relations between EU countries were strained to breaking point as Greece accused Austria of behaving like it still has an empire.

Athens officials were furious after Austria joined with nine other countries to warn they would no longer allow migrants to be ‘waved through’.

The countries said they had been forced to take matters into their own hands to protect their borders after the EU’s attempts at a unified response had failed to yield results.

As talks descended into chaos yesterday, Greece recalled its ambassador from Vienna.

Greek officials estimate 20,000 migrants have been stranded in Greece after neighbouring Macedonia (pictured) abruptly shut its border on Monday to anyone not Syrian or Iraqi

Greek officials estimate 20,000 migrants have been stranded in Greece after neighbouring Macedonia (pictured) abruptly shut its border on Monday to anyone not Syrian or Iraqi

The restrictions have caused a bottleneck of thousands of people at the Greek-Macedonian border (pictured)

The country’s migration minister, Yannis Mouzalas, said the other states were trying to make it take the brunt of the crisis.

He echoed the PM in when he said: ‘Greece will not accept becoming Europe’s Lebanon, a warehouse of souls, even if this were to be done with major funding.

‘Greece will not accept unilateral actions. Greece, too, can take unilateral action.’

Lebanon hosts around a quarter of the four million Syrians who have fled to neighbouring countries.

In a strongly worded statement, the Greek foreign ministry accused Austria of holding attitudes from the ‘19th century’ – a time when it had an empire in central Europe.

In response, Austria’s interior minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner raised the possibility of excluding Greece from the EU’s passport-free travel zone, Schengen.

‘If it is really the case that the Greek external border cannot be protected, can it be still a Schengen external border?’ she said.

More than a million people arrived on Europe’s shores in 2015 and over 100,000 have reached Greece and Italy already this year.

 

14 thoughts on “Greece: Merkel Muslims stage emotional blackmail and pretend to ‘hang’ themselves to gain residency

  1. “Wassim al Mousalli, 37, a pharmacist from Damascus said he, his wife and children aged three and six had spent two days camped at the crossing.”

    Do pharmacist not make a lot of money in Damascus? You would think that a pharmacist would be able to provide his family with a comfortable life.

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    • Tired of hearing that these people are just like us. Doctors & nurses are the favourites to use. If they were in the medical profession there would be many countries that would want them. In reality the vast majority are all unskilled workers.

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    • He did have a comfortable life. But he actually had to work. Now he comes to win the welfare lottery. Roughly 70-80% of Muslim “refugees” remain inactive and on welfare permanently after their arrival. It’s completely unsustainable.

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  2. Pakistan is an Islamic nation with blasphemy laws with the death penalty. The two Muslims – we know they’re not non-Muslims because the other Muslim “refugees” haven’t killed them in a routine fit of apoplectic rage – are prima facie not eligible for asylum. Plus, we know that the suicide attempts are insincere, since Muslims are expert at killing living things.

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  3. The men are such actors. I note the poor women and kids are never in the news the occasional elucidation to poor kids of 9 and women being raped by Muslim men. The problem is simple shoot the men if they won’t turn back – avoid hitting any child. You can bet your life these men have stolen some young woman’s child and use it as insurance to get themselves into Europe – then sell the children to pedophile gangs and slave traders.

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    • Ericka, unfortunately we have to watch our words. We can’t “bet our lives these men have…”. Something along the lines of “In all likelihood these men have…” Less intelligent persons (“Earth to DECEPTION-MESS, are you receiving me?”) won’t see the “bet our lives” colloquialism as a colloquialism but as evidence (which they can cut and paste) of Western animosity towards any and every Muslim (be they hardcore, secular, or just “officially” Muslim). There’s no denying that those kind of rabid people exist, of course, but (I hope) the majority of us anti-Islamsters are anti-Islam not anti-Muslim.
      Little wake-up call to anyone subscribing to the “kill ALL Muslims”, “gas all Muslims, Jews and anyone else not exactly like me” (f_cken’ dickheads!) variety of anti-Islamsterism: you’re acting exactly like the tosspots that we’re fighting against.
      Islam is the enemy, yes, but not every Muslim is our enemy. There are a lot of secretly anti-Islam Muslims, we need to help them.
      A bit of humour is OK, as long as it’s not OTT violent or OTT in other ways.

      SHALOM
      (no I’m not Jewish, so you Pigslam-trolls needn’t even bother … you get a hippie “Piss, man” from me)

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      • “Islam is the enemy, yes, but not every Muslim is our enemy. There are a lot of secretly anti-Islam Muslims, we need to help them.” – Oh yeah, sure – which Muslims don’t like Muhammad, their revered prophet? Muhammad, the butcher, pedophile, and misogynist, the Quran’s author, the founder of Islam, the genocidal “religion” – do “anti-Islam Muslims” renounce him, will they ? Sure, Islam without Muhammad, for the “anti-Islam Muslim” – I can just imagine it and them now.

        Why don’t you sort the Muslims out, identify those “who need our help,” then get back to us.

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      • @ ALFASIQUN
        You missed the reference to “official” Muslims, I take it? There are many Muslims who are Muslim in name only, but who “play the game” outwardly, so as not to get stoned or get their heads chopped off. Your attitude is no help in the fight against Islam. Let me guess, you believe in a Jewish World Domination conspiracy, too?
        Once upon a time there was a little aberration called Das Dritte Reich. Heard of it? Do you have any idea how many people actually joined the NSDAP, not because they believed in Hitler and were rabid anti-semites, but because it made their lives easier. They were classified as Mitläufer by the de-nazification tribunals. See any resemblance between the Third Reich and Islam? See any resemblance between Mitläufer and “official” Muslims (ie in name only)?

        I THINK ATTITUDES LIKE YOURS ARE JUST AS F__KED UP AS THE RADICAL MUSLIMS!!!
        Think about it and get back to me.

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      • Great post on my FB page, via another on line publication. Excellent article about a 62 year old Egyptian named Ibrahim who immigrated to States 1981. He is an SSE who was smart enough to get out of Egypt before the Muslim Brotherhood started planning the Arab Spring. 1987 when I was last there shared a good strong Egyptian coffee and sweet cake with an Egyptian Psychologist and a rabid Moslem. Of course in ’87 it was two against one me and the psychologist. My dear Coptic friend is probably dead since 2011. I just hope our Falucca Boatman and his son (now grownup) are still living and well in Egypt.

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      • I’m crossing my fingers for your obviously fondly remembered acquaintances.
        On top of crossing my fingers, I’ll do the Kraut thing too and “squeeze my thumbs” for ya. Germans are loonies.☺ (Before any Herr Blabla or Frau Blabla come down on me like a ton of bricks for that remark, let me tell you that I’m allowed to say that, ’cause I’ve been living here for over 14 years, I’ve got German citizenship – and I was actually born in Berlin, many, many years ago!)

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