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Czech President: Deport Syrian Refugees To "Uninhabited Greek Islands"

Via KeepTalkingGreece.com, Czech president Milos Zeman has proposed that economic migrants should be deported from Europe to “uninhabited Greek islands” or to “empty places” in North Africa. The spectacularly incredible president also proposed that the Greek debt should be progressively reduced in return for shouldering the cost of hosting hundreds of thousands economic migrants.
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