Greece invaded by migrants

Situation out of control as immigrants riot in Lesbos Greece

Published on Sep 4, 2015

Original Video from Lifeleak…

Greece: Farmer PLOUGHS land where refugees are living in tents

Farmer from Idomeni, Greece, has his land occupied

Published on Mar 19, 2016

Farmer shows his desperation on how he isn’t able to produce anything in order to pay his taxes, or even feed himself and his animals, because migrants and refugees decided to settle on his land without his permission, with the support of NGOs from Germany, the Netherlands as well as leftists from Greece.

Many people like him have faced serious problems with migrants and refugees, but the state and the government keep ignoring and hiding them under the carpet. Apparently only non-Greek issues matter to them…

The fences being built around Greece – BBC Newsnight

Published on Feb 18, 2016

Mark Urban reports from Greece as the refugee crisis brings it to point of being fenced off from the rest of Europe.

Hundreds of migrants passed over Greek borders and were beaten by FYROM police

Published on Aug 22, 2015

Ungrateful Muslim Immigrants Refugees in Greece

Published on Sep 8, 2015

Clear Evidence that being Charitable, kind, accepting and receiving Moslem Refugees will eventually result in this reality… This is the reward for taking them in … wait till they start Raping your daughters, burning your houses and shoot you for Allah…. too late then. 80% of Moslems are on Welfare and they contribute Shit to the Economy or well being of any society. Narrated ‘Aisha: that the Prophet married her when she was six years old and he consummated his marriage when she was nine years old, and then she remained with him for nine years (i.e., till his death). (Sahih Bukhari 7:62:64)

Aisha was 8-9 years old and Mohammad(pbuh) was 52-53: Sahih Bukhari 1:4:233: “Narrated ‘Aisha: I used to wash the SEMEN off the clothes of the Prophet and even then I used to notice one or more spots on them.”

Sahih Bukhari 1:6:298: “Narrated ‘Aisha: The Prophet and I used to take a bath from a single pot while we were Junub. During the menses, he used to order me to put on an Izar (dress worn below the waist) and used to fondle me.”

The Rising Tide: Europe’s Refugees Wash Ashore in Greece

Published on Oct 8, 2015

For thousands of desperate refugees, the dangerous first step on their journey to Europe could be their last. Samaritan’s Purse teams are stationed at several primary stops across Europe distributing necessary supplies.

Attack on Refugees: Masked men turn boats back from Greek coast

Published on Oct 26, 2015

Armed masked men around the Greek islands have been targeting migrant boats and turning them back, sometimes throwing their engines away, according to a damning HRW report. This follows witness claims of Greek border guards refusing asylum seekers entry.



P{ublished on Sep 9, 2015

Refugees landing skala sikamnias on Lesvos island, Greece from the Turkish coast September 5, 2015 -GREEK FISHERMEN save REFUGEES -The humanitarian crisis benefit the Turkish economy


Islamic immigrants in Grecee BRUTAL REALITY!!!!!!

Published on Oct 11, 2015

Refugees Clashes Greek police – Συγκρούσεις μετανάστες με την αστυνομία

Published on Sep 7, 2015

Refugees uprising and clashes with Greek police and coast guard in Lesvos island Greece

FYROM Police used Tear Gas and Stun Grenades against Refugees

Published on Aug 24, 2015

FYROM police used tear gas and stun grenades against refugees and immigrants that were trying to enter the country on the FYROM-Greek border.
The exact number of injured during the police attack is unknown but it is more than a dozen.

This attack comes just one day after FYROM declared a “state of emergency”, which opens the way for authorities to even use the Army as a means to deal with a humanitarian crisis.
Members of the Red Cross tried to help some, but lacked the numbers and supplies to help to all those who needed help.
“They are not only approaching police and humanitarian workers, they are also asking from us journalist to help them”, said Aljazeera reporter Milka Smilevska. As she was saying that, a tearful girl approached her during live reporting.
After the police held refugees for the whole day on the border many of them dehydrated as humanitarian workers couldn’t get enough water to them.
In the afternoon authorities decided to let around 1000 refugees across the border.

They hurled towards the train station, attempting to cross over to Serbia, the European Union and Schengen area.However, when they arrived at the train station the only market there was selling supplies at an incredible high price.
Shameful prices of food and water for refugees
FYROM reports that refugees had to pay 10 Euros for six bottles of water, a pack of cigarettes is five, a kilogram of bananas ten and a chocolate five Euros.

All of these prices are inflated more than four times their real price in FYROM.
The same media reports that, even for train tickets, refugees had to pay more than usual price.
After some international pressure, FYROM authorities said that they will open the border once again tomorrow at 5AM local time and that they will let refugees through every two hours.
In recent months tens of thousands, if not more, refugees and immigrants, mainly from Syria, went through Greece, FYROM and arrived in Serbia. Usually, those refugees stay in FYROM only for a few hours, before entering Serbia. If they could from there reach Hungary or Croatia, they would be in the EU.
Their final goal are developed European countries like Germany, France, Sweden, Norway and others.
They are not immigrants, but refugees.
Since the crisis started several months ago, media across the globe reported that “immigrants” are coming. This is a twist of the meaning and is playing right in the hands of those who are unwilling to help other human beings in trouble.
Encyclopedia Britannica defines the word “migration” is moving of the population from one area to another, mainly motivated by search of job.
Those who are flooding into Europe are not migrants or immigrants, they are refugees that were forced to leave their destroyed home. Most of them are coming from Syria, but also from Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan.

A large number of them is also coming from Eritrea, a country ruled by a dictator with an iron hand.
They are human beings and they are fleeing from wars that had destroyed their homes and families. Those countries that are now calling them “migrants” carry a burden of responsibility for those wars.
European countries and the USA spreaded “democracy” in the Middle East, even armed groups such as ISIS to fight Assad’s forces. Now, that ISIS is the main problem in Syria and Iraq.

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Teenage Riots in Athens (Part 1/3)

Published on Aug 1, 2012

Teens in Athens, Greece take to the streets with rocks and molotov cocktails to protest the government and its large-scale austerity measures.

Upon arriving in Athens we find a city whose streets are disappearing under uncollected waste. There’s a sense of desperation overcoming the citizens. In the run up to a 48-hour national strike we meet teenage anarchists who are desperate for police blood, communists praying for revolution, and civil servants struggling to understand what has happened to their country.

Originally aired in 2011 on

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