Hide your sisters, wives, and daughters. Most of the Muslim invaders are men, far from starving, but known to have a ravenous appetite for blonde-haired, fair skinned whores (aka European women and little girls).
UK Daily Mail Shocking images of Muslim invaders on the march to Western Europe, crossing from the Balkans, as politicians warn that the European Union could collapse in weeks.
The column of migrants was filmed from the sky as it weaved through fields in Rigonce, Slovenia, after having passed into the country from Croatia. Tens of thousands of people are trying to reach central and northern Europe via the Balkans, but often have to wait for days in mud and rain at the Serbian, Croatian and Slovenian borders.
Slovenia’s premier this weekend warned the European Union that it ‘is weeks away from falling apart’ if the bloc cannot agree on a plan to confront the sudden influx of refugees through the Balkans.
Guardian (h/t bonampak) If that isn’t bad enough, EU and Balkans agree plan for 100,000 places in reception centres for Muslim freeloaders, rapists, and thugs.
European Union and Balkan leaders meeting in Brussels have agreed a 17-point plan to cooperate on managing the flows of invaders making their way through Turkey, Greece and the western Balkans in a bid to reach places such as Germany and Scandinavia before winter.
The European commission said that among the measures agreed between the 11 nations were that 100,000 places in reception centres should be made available along the route from Greece towards Germany, half in Greece and half in the countries to the north. The UN refugee agency would help establish them.
The German chancellor Angela Merkel, who pushed for the meeting to be convened, said: “Europe must show it is a continent of values, a continent of solidarity … This is a building block, but we need to take many further steps.”
But before the meeting had started on Sunday, the plan under discussion had already drawn criticism for proposing that Balkan and eastern European countries should stop allowing asylum seekers to pass through to other neighbouring countries without first securing agreement from those neighbours.
The Croatian prime minister, Zoran Milanović, said before the summit that such consultation was “impossible”.
The Slovenian prime minister, Miro Cerar, had warned that the EU would “start falling apart” if it failed to take concrete action to tackle the invader crisis within the next few weeks. Slovenia, a country of 2 million people, has seen more than 60,000 new freeloaders in recent days.