The indigenous people of Europe are tired of being used as a public ATM by the government, as well as being brutalized by the very people claiming refugee/asylum status in their country.
If politicians would have considered the well being of their own citizens first, which is the first priority of any representational democratic government, then fringe groups wouldn’t be mixing it up in the streets. That’s a fact. Time for some self-introspection.
Pro-Migrant NGOs Stop Activity on Greek Island After Attacks from Local ‘Fascists’
Several pro-migrant NGOs will be suspending their activities on the Greek island of Lesbos after attacks from locals they have deemed to be far-right extremists.
One of those halting operations is Douglas Herman, the co-founder of the NGO Refocus, who said that many of the organisations on Lesbos have told volunteers and staff to leave the island due to safety concerns after a rising number of attacks by locals.
According to Herman, who told his six employees to leave Lesbos, the attacks on NGO workers have been from “fascist gangs” who he said had set up roadblocks across the island and threatened NGO workers and volunteers, Die Zeit reports.
The NGO vessel Mare Liberum, which claims to monitor the activities of authorities off the Greek coast for potential human rights violations, say they were also attacked by “fascists” on Monday evening.
“Our crew was attacked by a mob of fascists while the Mare Liberum was docked in Skala Loutron, Lesvos [Lesbos]. They shouted, threatened us & poured gasoline on our deck! Our crew saw themselves forced to leave & is now anchoring offshore. We’ll stay & continue monitoring!” the group said on Twitter.
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has also claimed that there have been several attacks on journalists operating on Lesbos, as well.
The alleged attacks from the island locals came after several riots against the building of new migrant camps to house the migrants already on the island due to the massive overcrowding of the current migrant reception centres on the island.