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The other Greek crisis caught on video…Refugees raid food truck. EU remains silent

As if Greece didn’t have enough trouble.

Via Keep Talking Greece…

Unbelievable scenes on the island of Lesvos as refugees try to raid food truck. The incident took place when nearly 2,500 migrants hosted in the camp of Lesvos (Mytilene) municipality in Kara Tepe saw the catering truck approaching. They started to run for a plate with food.

Reason fro the panic to be left hungry without food was a rumor claiming that catering service for refugees had stopped on the island of Samos due to debts.

What’s not being covered by western main stream media (as reported by Keep Taking Greece)…

On Tuesday, another boat carrying people to Greece sank, more than 10 people went missing.

Next to the Greek humanitarian and economic crisis and the country on the brink of collapse, there is also the Refugees Crisis. Europe is keeping eyes and ears closed, while Eurocrats like European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker are making ‘nice promises’ for aid and relocation to other EU countries.

On the islands in Eastern Greece where the refugees arrive per boat and in other cities, many citizens have been set volunteers’ initiatives to help refugees. The initiatives are been supported by local business that do whatever they can amid the worst financial crisis since 2010.

References:

http://www.keeptalkinggreece.com/2015/07/08/there-is-also-refugees-crisis-in-greece-video/

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