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So greece really is supporting ISIS as its defense minister said...

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The german secret service made public that german agents have contact with Assads security forces and got the passport data of the paris attackers. Germany send the data to the SIS system.

 

Greece did not match the data and because of this the terrorists could continue their way to Paris.

 

http://www.welt.de/politik/deutschland/article155779047/Assad-lieferte-Hinweise-auf-Paris-Attentaeter.html

 

Its a shame and its good that greece was sealed off from europe. Its a security risk.

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το μουνόπανο όπως πάντα μεταφράζει σκατα με ρίγανη, και βγάζει συμπεράσματα απο τον κώλο του ... αλλα το ξέρουμε ήδη οτι ξέρει μόνο πουστιές να λέει και να κάνει

 

ε μαλακα !!! ελληνικά η αγγλικά στις συνδέσεις σου ...αλλα όσες φορές και να βροντάς στην πόρτα .... μην χάνει κανείς με αυτήν την απασχόληση  ... το μονόπανο απασχολείται με την μαλακία του και δεν ακούει κανένανε

 

άσε που βαριέμαι να κάνω γκουγκλομετάφραση ..διότι ξέρουμε ηδη ΟΛΕΣ τις περιπτώσεις στο παρελθον που μας έδωσε συνδεση το μουνόπανο .... αρχίδια καλαβρέζικα και δυό αυγά τουρκίας οι "μεταφράσεις" του

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The german secret service made public that german agents have contact with Assads security forces and got the passport data of the paris attackers. Germany send the data to the SIS system.

 

Greece did not match the data and because of this the terrorists could continue their way to Paris.

 

http://www.welt.de/politik/deutschland/article155779047/Assad-lieferte-Hinweise-auf-Paris-Attentaeter.html

 

Its a shame and its good that greece was sealed off from europe. Its a security risk.

There has never been a terrorist attack, or even as much as a threat, against Greece or Greek institutions. You think that's a coincidence?

Far from it. Greece has established a special relationship with the middle eastern tyrants since the days of Andreas Papandreou. They get a free pass in Greece and in exchange Greece remains terror free. And you know what, as a Greek, I don't have a problem with that.

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I don't think that's the case. As it is right now ISIS probably has no reason to strike Greece. If they'd have a reason then don't think that they wouldn't strike because of "imaginary" relationships.

The terrorists in Paris all had French and Belgian citizenships. Is this Greece's fault that the French and the Begians handed out citizenships to those people? I think not...

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The german secret service made public that german agents have contact with Assads security forces and got the passport data of the paris attackers. Germany send the data to the SIS system.

 

Greece did not match the data and because of this the terrorists could continue their way to Paris.

 

http://www.welt.de/politik/deutschland/article155779047/Assad-lieferte-Hinweise-auf-Paris-Attentaeter.html

 

Its a shame and its good that greece was sealed off from europe. Its a security risk.

 

 

 

 

Patrick, you blame Greece for everything... get over it already 

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