posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 04:45 PM
What's really going on in Eidomeni, at the Greek and Skopian borders?
Just check the link below
Watch the video from 12:44. The video source is a Greek tv channel called Alpha. The audio is in Greek, so does the subs but the dialogs between the
"activists" (who are in fact foreign agents) and the reporter are in English.
Personally i find it extremely weird to see Korean "activists" who paid their own expenses (as they claim) to go from Korea to Eidomeni to help the
(im)migrants. Check 16:40.
A bit of explanation of what you see:
- The reporter shows "activists" with walkie talkies guiding the (im)migrants on a protest.
- The "activists" deny to talk to the camera, are being nervous and offensive against the camera crew.
Is this the way true activists act in other parts of the world, ie Africa? They try to stop the camera from taking images? They organize
edit on 29-3-2016 by JesusChristwins because: explanation
In addition, i 'd like to mention the situation someone can observe at the areas around the encampments in case someone says that i am being a racist.
I live 1 km from the nearest encampment. Every Cross from the churches or chapels (Orthodox Christians live in the country) of the area has been
destroyed. There were 2 chapels near the encampment of my area. One right next to the encampment and one at the outskirts of the village. The one next
to the encampment was found with a destroyed Cross, Windows and Saints' Images just 2 days after the arrival of the (im)migrants. A week earlier it
had been renovated! The one at the outskirts of the village was found in the same situation the following morning.
I am asking now rhetorically: is this how a person in need acts?
edit on 29-3-2016 by JesusChristwins because: addition