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How long till Europe's experiencing its next migrant crisis?

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  • larry1
    Lv 6
    1 month ago

    Starting about now....March 1, 2020 and spring and summer 2020... Turkey and Greece are tired of being the dumping grounds and Turkey will also open up Libya and all Africa. 

    Sitting safe in the US with Trump blocking the Mex border, it'll be interesting (fun?) to watch the EU liberals torture themselves over what to do with the unwashed 10 million 2nd/ 3rd worlder's who plan to make the lefty EU the new Iraq and Sudan.   

    P.S. The Australians with the tightest border should stop dumping those people on that desert island hell. It's cruel, not even US Trump does that.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    brexiters why worry

    australian points system will stop NON EU immigrants at the border, i mean at your doorstep

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  • 1 month ago

    There is going to be a flood of them soon, with 3.7 syrians in Turkey soon to be released to wend their merry way into Europe for free benefits and the destruction of civilised countries. 

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    • Mr Sceptic
      Lv 5
      1 month agoReport

      Free benefits? I see you're thinking they're all like you, Jim. You're judging them by what you'd do.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    If there is a crisis it will be Greece's because the route to the rest of Europe is blocked by the border fence erected by Macedonia (whatever it is called now) and border controls reintroduced across Europe in 2015 in response to that year's migrant crisis. The report says Greece has increased security at its land border to stop migrants crossing from Turkey by that route and I have read elsewhere that it is investigating the use of floating barriers to deter them crossing from Turkey to the Greek islands.

    The sad thing is that many of the migrants are Syrians genuinely fleeing conflict, particularly in Idlib. There are economic migrants from places like Pakistan in refugee camps on the Greek islands and their deportation should be expedited to make way for the Syrians.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    If recent history is anything to go by, 2 years after the next US sponsored war / civil war. 

    Source(s): Your commitment to the media trawl is impressive.
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