Turkey’s Erdogan threatened to flood Europe with migrants, leak reveals

Editor’s Note: The whole thing is orchestrated. Erdogan need not “threaten” the EU with more migrants, the EU itself is the main source of the problem, dutifully following the Kalergi plan to erase Europe’s peoples from the continent by the end of this century.


The Telegraph

Europe’s torrid relations with Turkey over the migrant crisis were apparently laid bare yesterday after the leaked minutes of a meeting appeared to show Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, openly mocking senior European leaders.

The stormy meeting on October 5 last year came as European leaders, led by Jean-claude Juncker, the European Commission president, tried to strike a 3bn euro deal with Turkey to stem the flow of migrants crossing into Europe.

In extraordinary exchanges, Mr Erdogan appears to taunt Mr Juncker, saying that Turkey does not want the European Union’s money and flatly rejecting the offer of 3bn euros over two years.

“Erdogan said that Turkey didn’t need the EU’s money anyway, ‘We can open the doors to Greece and Bulgaria any time and we can put the refugees on buses’”, threatened Mr Erdogan according to the minutes published by the Greek website Euro2day.

The European Commission refused to confirm or deny the veracity of the document to The Telegraph, and Turkish officials also declined to comment – but both sides declined to label the document a fake or forgery.


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