It's just a thought. The Greek economy is in crisis so how is this impacting on their Human Rights legislation?
The EU have said that Greece is NOT a 'safe haven'. That means that anybody arriving in Greece for the purposes of 'asylum' are not deemed to have reached safety and can be given transit papers to another nation. That means that eventually they will end up in London.
Not that the 'safe haven' rule is applied in the UK anyway. If it was 90% of those claiming 'asylum' would be returned to France or whichever other nation they arrived from.
This "Asylum seekers" thing is a modern nonsense to allow what are actually illegam immigrants to come here.
Look prewar at the Jews in Germany.People who really would qualify for asylum didnt even try to come until they were invited.Britain didnt allow nearly enough in and when they did many were children.
No hanging under trucks for them they waited with dignity and died until they were invited. The modern laws allow people to come here when they cant make a success of their own country. They should stay in the land of their birth and fight to improve matters instead of running away to ancient lands which have their own problems.
The Turks allow all illegals passing through to enter Greece without any checks or hindrance, all the Greeks can do is process them and give them 30 days to leave the country, however many are in fact given permission to stay but many more refuse to leave and turn to crime, the rest head into Europe.
It won't really affect Greece as they're just passing through on their way to the UK.
they keep moving towards where my children's budgets are at. then set up actions groups supported by my taxes on how that's a virtuous thing to do.
asylum seekers, don't make me laugh.