Monday, February 8, 2016

Prostesting Against Refugees in Greece #Fingerpointingofblame

The finger point of blame will only intensify as the European economy enters recession. Protests against the influx of refugees to Europe are going growing throughout the region.  The finger pointing of blame is deeply rooted in human development and behavior; it's a big reason why history repeats.

Headline: Protests Escalate Against Greek Plans to Build Migrant Camps

Residents on the Aegean island of Kos blockade a Greek army camp By Nektaria Stamouli Feb. 8, 2016 8:17 a.m. ET ATHENS—Protests against Greek government plans to build camps for refugees and other migrants escalated on Monday, raising doubts about whether Greece can assure the European Union quickly that it is doing enough to control the massive inflow of people into Europe via the Aegean Sea.



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