Greece: Syriza Seeks to Increase Immigrant Pressure on the Greek People

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 6, 2015

Goyim, the suffering.  These people should be allowed to roam the streets freely at your expense.
Goyim, the suffering. These people should be allowed to roam the streets freely at your expense.

After completely screwing over the country by making an EU bailout deal which is worse than the one Samaras set up, Syriza is moving on to screw over Greece on the immigration front.

Let’s take a look at a Moslem praising him for fighting for the freedom of invasion.


Until now, the Greek government’s response to all migrants without documentation has been dictated by deterrence and detention policies. According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), 45,500 migrants and asylum seekers were apprehended by Greek police in 2014.

But the left-wing Syriza party’s resounding victory in Greece’s parliamentary elections last month could signal a major shift in policy.

The party’s 40-year-old leader, Alexis Tsipras, is not likely to be a traditional Greek prime minister.

Debt is not the only area in which the new Greek government and the EU are colliding. Syriza also proposes a major overhaul to Greece’s migration policy, which could affect how the EU deals with asylum seekers.

Syriza’s emphasis on protecting migrants who have entered the country, instead of detaining and deporting them, stands in stark contrast to the priorities in Brussels.

Good God!  This is how delusional these Moslems are – Brussels is anti-immigration!  This would be like saying Obama is anti-immigration, though probably slightly more ridiculous!


Recent statements by Tasia Christodoulopoulou, Greece’s new immigration minister, signal a 180-degree turn from the focus on detention and border patrols, which has dominated the country’s migration policy for more than a decade.

In addition to a plan that would grant citizenship to second-generation migrants born and raised in Greece, the new immigration ministry has also proposed shutting down immigrant detention centres.

These are the boldest statements to date from Athens on the issue of migration.

Speaking to Al Jazeera, Christodoulopoulou said detention must only be used as “an exceptional measure”, and promised immediate changes.

She has called for expediting the process following the suicide of a migrant detained at the Amygdaleza facility in western Athens on February 14.

“Our first priority is the immediate release of unaccompanied minors and their safe removal,” she said.

“Abolishing the 18-month detention period and rescission of asylum seekers’ detention are urgent measures for us.”

Greek law currently limits the detention of migrants who have entered the country illegally to 18 months, and states that after their detention, if they do not apply for asylum, they should be repatriated to their countries of origin.

But, because of the lack of bilateral agreements with the countries of origin of so many migrants, safe repatriation is often not possible.

Most do not agree to voluntarily return and do not want to apply for asylum in Greece, because of the long process and the unlikelihood of being granted refuge – Greece has the lowest acceptance rate of asylum requests in the EU.

This is wacky, wacky stuff!  I have spent a lot of time in Athens, and it is nearly impossible to find a person who isn’t spending at least 70% of their day complaining about immigrants!  And Syriza wants to lighten up on them, and release more of them from the camps!

This is yet more good news for the Golden Dawn.  Syriza is right on track to become the most hated government in the history of Greece!