Sep 5 2015
GREECE: Muslim invasion has totally destroyed the tourist trade and endangered residents on the once tranquil island of Lesvos
Greece’s Coast Guard with the help of police on Friday morning made use of stun grenades to deal with the rioting of about a thousand Muslim illegal alien invaders, the vast majority of whom are young military-aged men, at the port of Mytilene, on the island of Lesvos. On Friday morning, the Muslims, most of them being Afghans, tried to storm a ferry.
Greek Reporter (h/t Trucker) Greece’s Coast Guard with the help of police on Friday morning made use of stun grenades to deal with the uprising of about a thousand Muslim illegal aliens at the port of Mytilene, on the island of Lesvos.
Thousands of invaders are stuck at the port of Mytilene and on Friday morning, about a thousand of them, with most of them being Afghans, tried to storm the ferry. While shouting “Athens-Athens,” they stormed Blue Star 1 ferry. The ship crew raised the passageway trapping hundreds of regular passengers who had already embarked, among the Muslim thugs and freeloaders.
“This happens every day,” said Mytilene Mayor Spyros Galanos on Greek television. “I have requested ships and chartered planes to transfer them but they won’t provide them… I have asked to call the situation as a ‘state of emergency.’ They won’t do it. The situation is out of control,” he added.
Thousands of the illegal invaders are temporarily trapped on the island and they are getting irate as their documents are not processed quickly enough so that they can move on to the destination of their choice (EU countries with the best welfare benefits).
“The number of illegals is out of control. Some 10,000 were led from the area of the port of Mytilene to an open space near the beach “Tsamakia.” Men of the Coast Guard and the police forced them to leave the area of the port and led them into the open space of “Fykiotrypas,” located a few hundred meters from the port.
Meanwhile, Eleftherios Venizelos ferry arrived at Piraeus Port at 10 am on Friday carrying about 2,504 Muslim illegals from four islands of the Eastern Aegean Sea.