"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Monday, April 30, 2012

Greece opens "Detention Camp"

Hundreds of thousands of illegal Muslim immigrants flood into Greece.

It is Election Day in Greece - With their heads on the chopping block the politicians finally respond to illegal Muslim immigration

  • Over 130,000 Muslim illegal aliens crossed into Greece last year
  • 21,000 people who crossed into Greece this year were Afghanis.
  • The far-right Golden Dawn Party which wants to deport all immigrants may pick up seats in the election.

Greece opened its first purpose-built detention center for illegal migrants on Sunday in Athens, a week before a national election where illegal immigration has emerged as a key issue.

About 130,000 immigrants cross the country's porous sea and land borders every year, the vast majority via Turkey, and the authorities are forced to release those who are arrested because of a lack of permanent housing.

With Greece in its fifth year of recession and worries over rising crime levels, illegal immigration has become a major issue in the run up of the May 6 election.
Illegal Muslim immigrants are seen through the fence
of a detention center in the village of Fylakio, on the
Greek-Turkish border.  (
Sakis Mitrolidis / AFP)

The once-obscure far-right Golden Dawn, which wants to deport all immigrants, is among the parties that has benefitted most from the mood among voters, and is expected to win its first seats in parliament.

Greece's ruling Socialist PASOK and conservative rival New Democracy parties have also pledged to crack down on immigration to try to win over voters.

On Sunday, the first 56 immigrants were brought to the Amygdaleza detention camp in western Athens, a police official said. Dozens more are expected at the camp in the next few days, which can house up to 1,000 people, the official said.

Amygdaleza is the first of about 50 camps that Greek officials say will be built by mid-2013. It consists of dozens of containers that were originally set up to house people hit by natural disasters such as earthquakes.

"We are sending a message in every direction that the country is not unfenced anymore," Civil Protection Minister Mihalis Chrysohoidis said at a rally in Athens.

(Reuters.com)        (Time.com)

The nations of Eastern Europe fought hard for their independence from the
oppressive Muslim Ottoman dictatorship.  Unless unlimited immigration is ended
the culture of nations like Greece would vanish from the earth. 

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