Turkey’s New War on Europe
by David Sims
TURKEY HAS been making good on its threat to flood Europe, via Greece, with unwanted migrants. Greece has deployed its military to prevent the illegal entry of those migrants. So far, the Greek troops have used only non-lethal methods to repel the Third World invaders.
The Turkish government responded to the Greek effort to enforce its border laws with anti-Greek propaganda, presenting the world with a false narrative about wanton cruelty by the Greek soldiers. In order to sell that narrative, the Turks have been abusing children: making them cry by striking them, holding them inside clouds of smoke to give them obvious symptoms of smoke inhalation, among other things, and then blaming the harm done to the child on the Greek soldiers.
The mainstream media in Europe (which are controlled by elitist Jews) have been playing along with the Turks by making sure that their cameras are always where they can see migrants trying to force their way into Greece, and being repelled by the Greek border patrol, and then editing their videos so that the Greeks look as bad as possible.
Late last week, the European Union tried to send the migrants released by Turkey to the Greek island of Chios. The local Greeks revolted and attacked the construction sites where housing was being built for the invaders. There was a battle between EU riot police and Greek civilians. I have heard a report that the civilians won that fight, forcing hundreds of EU police back to the ship on which they arrived. As they retreated, the EU riot police took revenge on the Greek civilians by smashing out the windshields of every car they passed on the way.
Turkey is a country that has become hostile to Europe because it has ambitions of enlarging itself at Europe’s expense. Turkey is using Muslim migrants as a weapon to begin a war of conquest.
The present crisis between Greece and Turkey began in Syria. Russia, on the other hand, is allied with Syria’s government, led by Bashar al-Assad. A protocol exists between the parties fighting in Syria; specifically, that nations that don’t want to start a war with each other will transmit the locations of their troops to the other parties. Russia, Syria, and Turkey had all agreed to follow that protocol.
Syria is part of the old Ottoman Empire, which, as I’ve mentioned, Turkey hopes to re-establish. That ambition was why Turkey decided to support ISIS rebels in Syria. But Russia is an ally of Syria’s legitimate government, and if Turkey told Russia where the Turkish troops were, its real game and its untrustworthiness would be revealed. So Turkey cheated — and didn’t follow the protocol that it had agreed to follow.
When Russian forces struck at some of the ISIS rebels, it unknowingly killed 33 Turkish soldiers. That made Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan angry with Russia.
Turkey began accepting “refugees” from Syria (and from Africa) in order to blackmail Europe with the threat of flooding Europe, via Greece, with millions of foreign migrants. The European Union submitted to the blackmail, paying Turkey the money it demanded. But after the Russian attack in Syria, Erdoğan decided to break the deal and sent the migrants into Greece anyway.
At the Ottoman Empire’s height under Suleiman the Magnificent (1566), Greece was a conquered province of that Empire. Now, Turkey wants all that land back. Including Syria. Including Greece.
It looks like a war might be coming.
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