Macedonia: Fence Built to Halt Invasion

After several days of attacks on its borders by hordes of nonwhite invaders who have been refused permission to move north, the Republic of Macedonia has announced that it is building a fence along its border with Greece.

The fence, similar to the one which Hungary has built along its borders, is about ten feet high and is topped by barbed wire, with reinforced mesh forming the actual wall.The Macedonian army has been called in to speed up the building of the fence, which will, when complete, straddle the entire border with Greece.
The decision to erect the fence was taken after numerous violent attacks on temporary border installations, and assaults on Macedonian police by the invaders.

The renewed attacks came after Macedonia announced that it would only be letting through so-called “refugees” who had some type of documentation “proving” that they were from a “war zone.”

This means that the thousands of Pakistanis, Bangladeshis, Afghans, North Africans, and sub-Saharan Africans who have taken advantage of the Angela Merkel “open borders” offer have now been blocked from proceeding to Germany.

According to an article in the Macedonian news site 24online, the state’s security council decided to erect the fence after receiving a report detailing the risks involved in letting the situation develop.

The Macedonian government, which hopes to be allowed to join the European Union, was careful to point out in its official statement that it was not closing the border, but merely taking steps to “direct the flow of refugees to checkpoints for registration and to ensure that refugees from regions affected by military conflicts” will still be allowed through.

Macedonia is one the successor states of the former Yugoslavia, from which it declared independence in 1991. It became a member of the United Nations in 1993, but, as a result of an ongoing dispute with Greece over the use of the name Macedonia, it was admitted under the provisional description of "the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia."

It applied to join the European Union and NATO in 2005, and is still on the waiting list for approval.

Somalis demand entrance into Macedonia. They, like the thousands of nonwhites from countries such as Pakistan, Bangladesh, Iran, North Africa, and elsewhere, have been blocked from proceeding north through the Balkans because they have been unable to produce “Syrian” identity papers.