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Thirty-one migrants picked up in Kato Pyrgos

The Cyprus mail reported: A group of 31 Syrian migrants were picked up near Kato Pyrgos late Monday. Despite the bad weather, their vessel had docked in occupied Limnitis from where the passengers were taken to Pyrgos. Among the Syrians on the boat were a family with two young children aged 5 and 6 and 27 men. The migrants were taken to the Polis Chrysochous police station. Later in the day they are expected to be taken to the reception centre at Kokkinothrimithia in Nicosia.

OPINION

Here we are repeating ourselves again, but I believe that many people do not realise the gravity of what is going on. Italy has turned on their immigrants, which is understandable considering they do nothing but make demands and show nothing but contempt for the countries that take them in. Most of these are now being dumped in Cyprus instead, the numbers have grown exponentially over the last year or two and here we are constantly saying what we think we should be seen to say.

The reality is, that they are being quietly dumped in Cyprus, they are coached on how to behave, what to do and what to say, so they can quietly slip under the radar until they are granted asylum and then they can move on to mainland Europe, where they are counted as ‘European migration’

THIS IS ALL PART OF AN AGENDA!

There are SIX BILLION people in the world, living in abject poverty, how many can we take? Every time we take one in, we encourage a hundred more to make their way here, but that does not matter to the left wing white shaming Snowflakes, who have nothing but contempt for everything that Europe stands for.

We SHOULD NOT take these people in, NONE OF THEM, migrations within Europe is one thing, but this is an invasion and it is not an accident.

Sadly this situation is actually being created and we should direct our attention to those who are causing this. Fortunately, our leaders here in Cyprus are not warmongers, they are just corrupt thieves!

We need to see through the narrative, Europe is under attack, we are under attack, along with everything we stand for. People need to stop saying what they think they should be seen to say, it’s time to call a spade a spade!

Katie Hopkins – Our Final Stand for The West

 

No matter what the political classes are telling us, we are approaching the time where we will have to make a final stand for the West, or face extinction. We are being subjected to the greatest invasion in history, but unlike previous invasions, (even though many wars have been created to serve an agenda) this time, it is our leaders who are the perpetrators, the very people who we elected to power (or think we did) are not only instigating this, but they are constantly amending the law, misdirecting public opinion, brainwashing the masses to such an extent that it is becoming increasingly difficult to object.

 

GLOBAL COMPACT FOR SAFE, ORDERLY AND REGULAR MIGRATION

The Heads of State and Government and High Representatives, will be meeting in Morocco on 10 and 11
December 2018, reaffirming the New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants and determined to
make an important contribution to enhanced cooperation on international migration in all its dimensions,
have adopted this Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration:

This act will ENFORCE migration on everyone, it will punish those who object and reward those who support it!

Here is an excerpt from the compact….

Refugees and migrants are entitled to the same universal human rights and fundamental freedoms, which must be respected, protected and fulfilled at all times. However, migrants and refugees are distinct groups governed by separate legal frameworks. Only refugees are entitled to the specific international protection as defined by international refugee law. This Global Compact refers to migrants and presents a cooperative framework  addressing migration in all its dimensions.

Here’s another one….

Establish open and accessible information points along relevant migration routes that can refer migrants to child-sensitive and gender-responsive support and counselling, offer opportunities to communicate with consular representatives of the country of origin, and make available relevant information, including on human rights and fundamental freedoms, appropriate protection and assistance, options and pathways for regular migration, and possibilities for return, in a language the person concerned understands

This will legitimise actively encouraging migration, giving them the advantage at the expense of the indigenous population and increasing the campaign to destroy Western society.

Read the full act HERE!

The truth about migrants

The level of deceit that is being instigated by the political left to cover up the catastrophic effect of mass migration is COLOSSAL! Throughout Europe, there is violent crime that is being 'covered up' in order to protect the greater migration agenda.

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Cypriot Diaspora – Apostolos Giannakas

Apostolos Giannakas (Απόστολος Γιάννακας)

Today, I had the pleasure of being taken to a village called Koilani, in the Troodos mountains to meet a man called Apostolos Giannakas. He is exactly the type of person I am looking for to participate in my 'Cypriot Diaspora' videos.

He left the village at 12 years old and went to Limassol to go to school then in 1955 aged just 18 he left for the UK. He was met by an Uncle at Victoria station who took him to Bradford where he lived for 2 years before moving down  to London.

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Cypriot Diaspora

An introduction to my new series of videos titled ‘Cypriot Diaspora’ Tales from Cypriots Abroad. I’m hoping to give people who migrated or were born or raised outside of Cyprus the opportunity to tell their story, their feelings about their lives and their feelings about Cyprus.

For many people, especially those who have left behind them poverty, or civil unrest in Cyprus, the prospect of a new life offered a real dream. Many of those who left have prospered, at least financially, but is that the only barometer for success?

Years later when the original migrants have aged and raised their own children outside of Cyprus, if they were to be really honest, how successful would they deem themselves to be?

Has there been a cost to their prosperity, how have their dreams changed from those early days of being part of a Cypriot community abroad? Was there a cost to the Cypriot people as a whole,  be it culturally, socially or morally?

I would love the opportunity to film you sharing your life experiences.

If you would like to participate when I’m nearby, please Contact me.

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