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Poland warns of ‘armed’ attempts on its border as Germany urges EU to act.

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Western countries have gouged Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan, Syria. And now the "refugees" from the broken countries of the East are going in a crowd to the same countries of the West for contributions in the form of benefits, housing, etc. benefits.
And who won in the end, I ask? The genius of European politics is simply off the scale.
 

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Lukashenko is distracting attention with the help of migrants from Russia's actions in Ukraine, - Blinken said.

Here's one thing I'm interested in: Are they there in the US administration, to take a high post, do they take an exam for idiocy or do they do without it?
 

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Josep Borrel: The EU will not let a single migrant leave the territory of Belarus, but they should not die in the forest at the border.

So,, Europe bombed their countries, they want to get to Europe, and Belarus should feed and maintain them? Against which Europe is also imposing sanctions.
This is very logical.
 

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Josep Borrel: The EU will not let a single migrant leave the territory of Belarus, but they should not die in the forest at the border.

So,, Europe bombed their countries, they want to get to Europe, and Belarus should feed and maintain them? Against which Europe is also imposing sanctions.
This is very logical.
Belarus shouldn't feed and accommodate them. It can deport them back to the countries they arrived from.
 

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Poland says thousands more migrants are waiting near Belarusian border, and German minister says Warsaw and Berlin ‘can’t handle this alone’.

Poland has warned of an “armed” escalation of conflict involving migrants massed near the border with Belarus, as the global community reacted to the latest grim chapter in Europe’s migrant crisis.

Having blocked hundreds of people from entering the country, Polish government spokesperson Piotr Muller said a further 3,000 to 4,000 migrants were gathering near the border. “We expect that there may be an escalation of this type of action on the Polish border in the near future, which will be of an armed nature,” he said.

Poland and other EU countries have accused Belarus of trying to provoke a new refugee crisis in Europe in revenge for their criticism of Alexander Lukashenko’s brutal crackdown on opposition. The situation has been simmering for months and worsened on Monday when Belarus authorities escorted an estimated 1,000 people to the Polish border.

Refugees are reportedly very aggressive now. They throw stones at the Polish police. Poland fields water guns and flashbangs. Poland speaks about an "Attack of the migrants".


(there is a video in the article, it will start after a short clip of self-adulation of the bringers of truth, something we see now usually here in Germany in TV and elsewhere.)
 

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Belarus shouldn't feed and accommodate them. It can deport them back to the countries they arrived from.
O.K. Can you remind me how many billions Erdogan received from the European Union for a similar procedure? And he didn't even have to send the migrants back.
In addition, migrants do not want to go back, if Lukashenka sends them by force, then video materials will immediately appear and western political prostitutes will squeal bloody murdrer, that the "Last dictator of Europe" is terrorizing poor refugees. I don't even doubt it.
 
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O.K. Can you remind me how many billions Erdogan received from the European Union for a similar procedure? And he didn't even have to send the migrants back.
In addition, migrants do not want to go back, if Lukashenka sends them by force, then video materials will immediately appear and western political prostitutes will squeal bloody murdrer, that the "Last dictator of Europe" is terrorizing poor refugees. I don't even doubt it.
That is Lukashenko's headache what to do with these immigrants. The EU isn't obliged to get them. If Lukashenko's regime didn't have a plan B about dealing with these immigrants, it shouldn't have started this game in the first run.
 

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If Lukashenko's regime didn't have a plan B about dealing with these immigrants, it shouldn't have started this game in the first run
So it was "Lukashenko's regime" that destroyed their countries? And it was not Merkel, who invite migrants?
 

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So it was "Lukashenko's regime" that destroyed their countries? And it was not Merkel, who invite migrants?
I can repeat it once again if you didn't get it. Lukashenko should have stayed out of this if he didn't want to face consequences. Europe isn't obliged to get these immigrants. And now that is his headache how to deal with them further.
 

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I can repeat it once again if you didn't get it. Lukashenko should have stayed out of this if he didn't want to face consequences. Europe isn't obliged to get these immigrants. And now that is his headache how to deal with them further.
And Lukashenko is not obliged to protect EU borders for free. Especially if the EU don't recognize him as the president of Belarus. May be, the Europeans should ask Tikhanovskaya to solve their problems.
 

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And Lukashenko is not obliged to protect EU borders for free. Especially if the EU don't recognize him as the president of Belarus. May be, the Europeans should ask Tikhanovskaya to solve their problems.
Yes, but European countries can refuse these immigrants getting in. And use force if it is necessary. What to do with them after that is Lukashenko's problem.
 

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Yes, but European countries can refuse these immigrants getting in. And use force if it is necessary. What to do with them after that is Lukashenko's problem.
Of course, this is a rhetorical question, because I know the answer to it: you and europian political midgets are a hypocrites.
But I will still ask:
Why are the migrants who walked through Turkey in huge crowds loved by Europe, migrants crossing the Mediterranean Sea in tens of thousands are also loved by Europe. But the pitiful handful who decided to get to Europe through Belarus are mortal enemies?
You don't have to answer, as I said, everyone knows the answer.
And hypocrisy is the least of Europe's vices.
 
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Belarus shouldn't feed and accommodate them. It can deport them back to the countries they arrived from.
I remember Gaddafi was a kind of dam to deter refugees, but smart Europeans themselves bombed this dam. Negative political selection works in Europe. Modern European politicians are nothing but political dwarfs. When you make it your main task to protect the "rights" of sexual perverts, it can't help but affect the brains.
 

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Of course, this is a rhetorical question, because I know the answer to it: you and europian political midgets are a hypocrites.
But I will still ask:
Why are the migrants who walked through Turkey in huge crowds loved by Europe, migrants crossing the Mediterranean Sea in tens of thousands are also loved by Europe. But the pitiful handful who decided to get to Europe through Belarus are mortal enemies?
You don't have to answer, as I said, everyone knows the answer.
And hypocrisy is the least of Europe's vices.
I think it is not about migrants per se. It is more about some pathetic dictator wanting to exploit this situation for own benefit.
 

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When you make it your main task to protect the "rights" of sexual perverts, it can't help but affect the brains
Yeah, it is much better to shoot them all. Or to put them in special clinics for eternity.

Btw, I have recently read an article about women circumcision in some Russian regions and that state officials do nothing to prevent this practice. Can it be called protecting the rights of sexual perverts?
 

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Yes, but European countries can refuse these immigrants getting in. And use force if it is necessary. What to do with them after that is Lukashenko's problem.
The Poles can "use force" on their own land only. And only when the EU turned with their blind side. Dublin regulation, you know.
 

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The Poles can "use force" on their own land only. And only when the EU turned with their blind side. Dublin regulation, you know.
Not sure, but I think if someone tries to intrude over a state's border it is also legal to use force to prevent them from doing so.

About the current situation, I think that maybe the EU will got some of them. Some others will have to get back home. The main task was to close channel of 'delivering' migrants to Belarus. And from what I can conclude from the past several days, that goal was reached after the deal with Turkey had been struck.
 

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Not sure, but I think if someone tries to intrude over a state's border it is also legal to use force to prevent them from doing so.
A couple of years ago, when Hungary opposed migrants to her country, the "progressive public" exposed it as a barbaric crime against humanism. And now, does it mean that Poland is a hero standing in the way of the Asian hordes to civilized Europe?
The last time who presented himself as a defender of Europe from the Asian hordes was Hitler.
 

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