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    Turkey on Migrant Wave: European Govts Will Fall, Stock Markets Will Collapse

    Turkey on Migrant Wave: European Govts Will Fall, Stock Markets Will Collapse


    arch 9, 2020

    Jack Montgomery

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    The Turkish president’s Minister of the Interior, Süleyman Soylu, has predicted that mass migration across the Greek border will change Europe’s governments, bring down their economies, and collapse the stock market.


    “In a certain period [of time], the number [of migrants crossing the border] will reach one million,” Soylu predicted in an appearance on the Tarafsız Bölge programme on CNN Türk.

    “Europe cannot endure this, cannot handle this. This is not the first time I am talking about it.

    “The governments in Europe will change, their economies will deteriorate, their stock markets will collapse,” he boasted.

    “They are not aware of this. Let them do whatever they want to do.”

    Breitbart London contacted the Turkish foreign ministry as well as the Turkish embassy in the United Kingdom in an attempt to clarify Soylu’s comments, which were reported by CNN and mass-circulation Turkish newspaper Hurriyet,among others, but had received no reply as of the time of publication.

    The translation of the interior minister’s comments was confirmed to Breitbart London by sources including multiple Turkish-language journalists.

    The Turkish government claim well over a hundred thousand migrants have already breached the Greek border — a claim disputed by the Greek government, who insist only a few hundred have managed to break through — after they announced they would not stop anyone who wanted to pass through their country to Europe at the end of February.

    This was supposedly a reponse to the threat of a fresh migrant wave from Idlib, Syria, where Turkish forces and their jihadist proxies are facing off against the Russian-backed Syrian government and their Iranian and Hezbollah allies.

    However, the Greek government says that a mere four per cent of the migrants they have detained are Syrian — and it is suggested even these are people who have had safe harbour in Turkey for some time, not refugees fleeing fresh fighting in Idlib.

    It is widely believed that the Turkish government’s decision to open the borders was instead a form of punishment for what they see as insufficient support for their invasion of Syria as the confrontation with Assad and his allies had turned bloody — and indeed, the Turkish president has said a resolution of the ongoing border crisis is contingent on the situation in Idlib being resolved to his satisfaction.



    https://www.breitbart.com/europe/202...kets-collapse/


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    Either Russia gets out of there or send all these MIGRANTS to Russia.

    Load on buses and semi's and drive them to the Russian border by the thousands!
    TO BECOME AN AMERICAN YOU MUST CHANGE YOUR VALUES ...NOT YOUR LOCATION

    STAY HOME AND BUILD AMERICA ON YOUR SOIL

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    Greece rebuffs 963 migrants in border standoff with Turkey


    ReutersMarch 10, 2020, 8:20 AM EDT



    KASTANIES, Greece (Reuters) - Nearly 1,000 migrants tried to cross into Greece from Turkey in the past 24 hours despite tight border security, Greek officials said on Tuesday, suggesting little respite in a nearly two-week diplomatic bust-up between Ankara and the European Union.

    President Tayyip Erdogan, whose decision on Feb. 28 to open Turkey's border to migrants wishing to leave triggered the crisis at the border, repeated on Tuesday his call for EU member state Greece to let the people through.

    In a briefing to reporters on the border, Greek officials said 963 people had been prevented from illegally crossing into Greece between 6 a.m. on Monday and 6 a.m. on Tuesday, with 52 of them arrested.

    The arrested included migrants from Syria, Afghanistan and Iran, the officials said.
    Greek military vehicles and soldiers on foot continued to patrol along the wire and steel fence that separates Greece's Kastanies crossing from Turkey's border post at Pazarkule.

    A Greek military band marched close to the Pazarkule crossing playing the Greek national anthem, a reminder of the nationalist passions the crisis has unleashed on both sides.

    Greek security forces say they have stopped some 42,000 people from trying to enter Greek territory since the migrants flocked to the border from all over Turkey after Erdogan's decision to open the border.

    That decision appeared designed to put pressure on the EU to offer more financial support to Ankara to handle the 3.6 million migrants it has absorbed from Middle East conflicts and provide the NATO ally with more backing for its role in Syria.

    In Brussels, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and European Council President Charles Michel told Erdogan on Monday he needed to pull the migrants back from the border before the EU would consider further support for Turkey.



    https://www.yahoo.com/news/greece-re...122049006.html




    TURKEY CAN LOAD THEM UP ON BUSES

    AND SEND ALL MIGRANTS TO RUSSIA




    TO BECOME AN AMERICAN YOU MUST CHANGE YOUR VALUES ...NOT YOUR LOCATION

    STAY HOME AND BUILD AMERICA ON YOUR SOIL

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