Several fires around the camp were set by the Muslim invaders themselves because they were unhappy with the crowded accommodations and objected to the COVID-19 quarantine. So, send the ungrateful freeloaders back to where they came from. Problem solved.
Reuters (h/t Thereza B) Government spokesman Stelios Petsas told reporters that Tuesday’s fire, which reduced the Moria camp holding some 12,500 people to a mass of smoldering steel and melted tent tarpaulin, was started by asylum seekers reacting to quarantine measures after COVID-19 infections were detected.
“Some do not respect the country hosting them. They take advantage of any excuse to set every solution on fire,” he said.
Greek authorities had sent 406 unaccompanied children and teenagers from the camp – notorious for its poor living conditions – to the mainland on three chartered flights. But thousands more Muslim freeloaders remained stuck in Lesbos with nowhere to sleep and little to eat.
Local attitudes to the migrants, on an island at the forefront of the
European Middle East and North African illegal migrant crisis in 2015-2016, have turned largely hostile in recent years as the number of people Muslim freeloaders in the camp gradually rose.
Families slept on roadsides and in fields across the island overnight after a second fire broke out at the camp late on Wednesday, destroying what was left from the first inferno.
While the migration ministry said it would take “all necessary steps” to ensure that vulnerable groups and families had shelter, but these were expected to be met with stiff resistance from local residents.
Authorities were already at loggerheads with Lesbos residents over plans to replace Moria with a closed reception center, which the residents fear would mean thousands of Muslim illegal invaders remaining their permanently.
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