Refugees now control Greece

The flood of refugees (on purpose) into Europe is taking its toll.

Greece maybe the first casuality. (Before I began, I’ve had several conversations with travelers who now say after witnessing the mass flood of refugees into Europe and the violence they will no longer entertain traveling to that area)

Greece is not only financially struggling but now has no control over its commerce via their borders. InfoWars.com had this video showing refugees making truck drivers coming into the country show I.D.

“Every time a truck goes through the border, they stop it,” states the reporter, followed by footage of a delivery truck turning back.

Another truck driver is then interrogated as to his destination by the migrants. When he tells them that he is going to Sweden to deliver fruit, they respond “no”.

He even shows his identification papers to one of the migrants to “prove he is a Greek citizen”. The truck driver eventually leaves to find a different route.

Breitbart.com also posted of the violence at the borders showing Greece losing control against the refugees.

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Greek police officers stand guard after migrants and refugees threw stones at a police van that was involved in an accident that seriously injured a refugee at a makeshift camp on the Greek-Macedonian border near the village of Idomeni on April 18, 2016. Over one million people crossed clandestinely from Turkey to Greece in 2015 and some 150,000 have made the trip since the start of this year. / AFP / DANIEL MIHAILESCU (Photo credit should read DANIEL MIHAILESCU/AFP/Getty Images)

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Refugees and migrants try to break down the border fence between Greece and Macedonia near the makeshift camp at the Greek-Macedonian border near the village of Idomeni, on April 16, 2016. According to statistics released on April 8 by the International Organization of Migrants (IOM), more than 152,000 people have arrived in Greece by sea from Turkey since January 1, nearly three-quarters of whom were Syrians. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras accused neighbouring Macedonia on April 11, 2016 of “shaming” Europe by firing tear gas and rubber bullets at migrants desperately trying to break through a border fence. Tensions are still running high after April 10’s violence, which saw 250 refugees and migrants hurt at the flash point Idomeni crossing as they tried to force their way into Macedonia. / AFP / DANIEL MIHAILESCU (Photo credit should read DANIEL MIHAILESCU/AFP/Getty Images)

 

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