Sunday, January 31, 2016

Well, You Can Cross Macedonia Off Your Vacation Destination List

Dig this.
Europe is bottling up migrants at the foot of the Balkans as its other plans for stemming the migration crisis flounder.

European Union member states have sent border guards, police vehicles and fingerprinting machines to Macedonia, a nonmember of the bloc. The goal: to squeeze the river of people still streaming north from Greece toward Germany into a trickle, turning away all but those from warn-torn countries such as Syria and Iraq.
It's the perfect solution! Tens of thousands of enemy light infantry units are pouring into Europe. Let's pen them up in some country we hate. Hmm. I know, how about Macedonia? They're the rednecks of Europe, after all, or something like that. Screw Macedonia. Let the "refugees" do a number on them for a while while we go back to the real work of holding meetings, drafting resolutions and making pronouncements.

Macedonia is a country of 2 million people and it's already 33% Muslim. One can only imagine what Macedonia is going to be like in a month or so. If I were the Macedonians, I'd be debating whether or not this was an act of war by the rest of Europe. After all, it wasn't Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov who invited them all in, it was that buckethead Angela Merkel.

The per capita income in Macedonia is about $13,000 vs. $46,000 in Germany. If the invasion was starting to swamp German resources, it must have simply blown away Macedonian resources. The place is hosed, make no mistake. Imagine living in a trailer park and having your worst relatives move in with you for an extended visit. Now imagine that you didn't invite them, they were invited by the people that live in the gated community down the road.

Oh yeah, I'll bet the Macedonians love the Germans.

In what little time I had left before the long, dark night of Sharia descended like a shroud on my country, I'd be wondering how much damage some teams of Macedonian saboteurs could do to the German infrastructure. If I'm going down, I'm taking someone with me. Want to know what it's like living in squalid conditions, shoulder-to-shoulder with masses of enemy infantry? Well dig this, you lousy Krauts. KA-BOOM! There goes the German power grid.

By the way, we haven't forgotten about this, either.

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