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Greece Loses Last Trace Of Sovereignty After EU Takes Control Of Greek Borders

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posted on Dec, 5 2015 @ 12:01 PM
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"Ever since this summer's dramatic "referendum" farce, and the subsequent hijacking of the Greek banking system by the ECB's ELA, Greece has officially been a nation without state sovereignty. Europe reminded Greece of just this a few days ago when days after its waved the carrot before Turkey promising billions in aid, and an EU acceptance fast track, it threatened Greece with expulsion from the Schengen customs union (a union which as a subsequent leak revealed will likely be "temporarily" shuttered for as long as two years unless the refugee crisis is brought under control)."

Perhaps to confirm that few things will stand in its mission-creep to subjugate the sovereignty of European member states, starting with the poorest and most insolvent, namely Greece, we find out that the EU and its border agency, is not only preparing to take over border control of countries that have been found to be "ill-equipped" to deal with the refugee problem, but has already launched this plan into action in Greece.

Source: www.zerohedge.com...


Because after being threatened with expulsion from the Schengen zone, Greece (which does not actually share a contiguous, physical border with any Schengen nation) caved in and accepted an offer from the European Union to bolster its borders with foreign guards as well as other aid, including tents and first aid kits. This decision follows reports that Greece was unwilling to accept foreign border guards on its territory, but these were later denied by the government."


There it is, now Greece runs the risk of being run out of Schengen unless it accepts having it's borders controlled by foreign troops..is this the EU Police State moving forward, namely for the purpose of controlling refugee movement..Greece should be more active in regards to the controls they are able to exercise of their own borders..
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posted on Dec, 5 2015 @ 12:06 PM
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Sometimes I feel as though I am the only one reading these details.. but there it is, now Greece runs the risk of being run out of Schengen.


it's a good ol' poker face bluff by the EU. They cant risk losing Greece...the domino is just about to fall over...that would certainly do it.

They pray to god Greece folds...as they will.



posted on Dec, 5 2015 @ 12:10 PM
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originally posted by: tony9802

Because after being threatened with expulsion from the Schengen zone, Greece (which does not actually share a contiguous, physical border with any Schengen nation) caved in and accepted an offer from the European Union to bolster its borders with foreign guards as well as other aid, including tents and first aid kits. This decision follows reports that Greece was unwilling to accept foreign border guards on its territory, but these were later denied by the government."

This part is not true. Greece has a border with Bulgaria and they are an EU member state.

ETA: I retract, Bulgaria has not yet implemented the schengen zone.
But, imho, it's still a lame "technical" excuse
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posted on Dec, 5 2015 @ 12:13 PM
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Greece lost self determination when they joined the EU. Having been stripped of its wealth as a slave state, they can't afford to patrol their own borders. The EU is finally going in?

Too little too late.

What are they going to do, sink the rafts in the Mediterranean? Mine the coast?

Festung Europa



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