GREECE: Riot police fire tear gas at demonstrators against new Muslim invader center being built on the island of Kos

The below video shows you why Greek patriots are protesting more acommodations for Muslims. These are the Muslims arriving on Kos, who apparently, can’t even get along with each other.

UK Daily Mail (h/t Terry D)  Greek riot police have fired teargas and stun grenades at local residents protesting against the construction of a registration and reception centre for migrants on the Aegean Island of Kos.

About 2,000 locals marched at a rally against the so-called ‘hotspot’, which is being built on an abandoned army base outside the village of Pylio. Residents and the mayor oppose the centre’s construction for fears it will hurt the tourism industry, the island’s main source of income.


They especially fear that young male ‘rapefugees’ will be free to roam the local area at will.

Local media said police fired tear gas to disperse several dozen protesters who tried to break in to the construction site about 10 kilometres (six miles) from the port of Kos.


‘This is not about racism, it is about the security of our homes and our children. At the moment the kids can walk to school on their own and walk to each others’ houses but we worry that that will all change,’ Anna Karagiannis Chatzisevastou, 36, a mother of five, told the Telegraph.

‘We also worry about terrorism. Greeks are a very hospitable people but this situation has made us feel afraid. The country is already in a horrible economic crisis. It cannot cope.’


The island’s deputy mayor David Gerasklis said there were about 2,000 demonstrators in all, about double the number who turned out for a similar rally at the port on Wednesday.

The Greek government is building five ‘hotspots’ to house and process migrants on the islands of Kos as well as Chios, Leros, Lesbos and Samos.