“Open or Die”: Nonwhites Threaten Europe

Thousands of nonwhite invaders blocked from going north into Europe because they have no chance of getting “asylum,” violently attacked the Macedonian border on Thursday, November 26, while others have openly threatened Europe with death if the border was not opened for them.
The violence started after a banner was unfurled for the press and border guards to read which contained the words "open or die."
Then, in what promises to be the next dramatic evidence of the violent and Third World nature of the Angela Merkel-inspired invasion of Europe, the invaders tore down the barbed wire fence border post between Greece and Macedonia at Idomeni.
Hundreds of nonwhites then tried to storm through the hole in the fence, hurling rocks and trash at the Macedonian police. The Macedonians stood their ground and physically resisted the attack, lining up shoulder to shoulder to force the Third World hordes back across the border.
The nonwhites—from countries such as Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and various nations in Africa, have been blocked from entering Macedonia since earlier in the week after four Balkan countries, Macedonia, Slovenia, Serbia, and Croatia, announced that they will not allow “economic migrants” to pass—meaning that they will only allow those who can “prove” that they have come from “war” countries to proceed.
This move has effectively cut off the overland route to Austria for untold thousands of these utterly bogus refugees—or, at least, for those who have been unable to steal or buy fake Syrian papers.
The only other land route is through Bulgaria, but that nation is openly and aggressively anti-invasion, and its security forces do not hesitate to shoot down invaders trying to cross the border. As a result, the nonwhites avoid that country completely.
All of this means that thousands of invaders have now congregated on the Greek side of the border, unable to continue their march into Austria and Germany.
Meanwhile, the march into Austria and Germany of those already behind the Balkan line has continued unabated.
According to a report in the Focus news service, the German authorities have already formally registered 950,827 “asylum seekers” this year, but at least 300,000 have not yet submitted applications for asylum—largely because the government agency whose task it is handle the influx, the Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge (Federal Office for Migration and Refugees, or BAMF), is unable to process them.
In addition, the BAMF still has 328,000 what it calls “unresolved asylum applications” to work through—something which will take months, if not years.
These figures do not, the BAMF admitted, even begin to include those invaders who are unregistered and whose numbers are completely unknown, even to the authorities.
* The number of “unaccompanied minors” now being taken care of by the German welfare has reached 40,000 as of the end of October.