Does it sound far-fetched? Well it's happening...
In a move reminiscent of Nazi Germany, Greece is now opening up concentration camps around the country. Who will be detained in these camps you ask?
The incarcerates will be undocumented – meaning unwanted – refugees flooding in from North Africa, particularly the once prosperous and
richest country in the Maghreb belt, namely Libya.
Most of the Mediterranean countries are in the thick of the refugee tide, but Greece is so far the only country that plans to compulsorily pen them
The first ‘reception center’ is scheduled to open at a former army base near Athens in the next few weeks.
An official was quoted as saying:
“We have a commitment to start operating these closed-hospitality centers, and we will keep to that commitment. The first centre will operate
before the general election in greater Athens, and it will act as a model to show Greek citizens that these facilities are safe for the public and
will operate to high standards of health and hygiene,” he said.
Doesn’t that sound a lot like the Nazi concentration camps established for the “heath and hygiene” of Jews? Is this a sign of things to come as
economies around the world begin to collapse? Seems an awful lot like the FEMA CAMPS
popping up all over America.
Basically they are going to begin rounding up foreign immigrants and locking them away. How’s that for a pro-immigration policy? They are trying to
justify this move by blaming the nation’s crime on immigrants.
How about this for sheer humbug, flying in the face of everything that is known about crime in Greece: “On the basis of arrests and
investigations we believe that up to 70% of violent crime is perpetrated by foreigners and I say this without wishing to demonize migrants,” said
police spokesman Thanassis Kouklakis.
Could the police state in America use that justification and begin blaming the people deemed ‘domestic terrorists’ for committing all of the
crimes and civil unrest in America? Will they tell us it’s for our own “health and hygiene?”
edit on 13-4-2012 by seabag because: (no reason given)