Rut Roh – A “Refugee Relief Supply” Cargo Container Arrives In Greece Devoid of “Refugee Relief Supplies”…

Watch the video to see what the “aid for Syrian refugees” was:

It would appear the relief supplies were actually a container filled with weapons. Remember, this arrived in Greece specifically designated for the Syrian “refugees” – I’m looking for more details on the video.

CNN or international media? {{{crickets}}}

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84 Responses to Rut Roh – A “Refugee Relief Supply” Cargo Container Arrives In Greece Devoid of “Refugee Relief Supplies”…

  1. georgiafl says:

    Who sent the ‘Care Packages’???

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  2. Veritas says:

    I hope you post this to other websites and make sure the media that might post it will get this. Finally where did this shipment originate from? Probably Chicago.

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  3. Judgy says:

    Kind of a fitting metaphor for this whole “humanitarian crisis”. Who knows how many of the migrants have been deliberately “weaponized”?

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  4. georgiafl says:

    “The Greek Coast Guard seized a vessel Tuesday carrying ammunition and weapons near the southern island of Crete, authorities said, according to the Associated Press. The shipment is believed to be linked to the Islamic State group in Libya, according to local media reports. Authorities have not yet confirmed whether it was connected to the Islamic State group, also known as ISIS, and said more information would be released later in the day.

    Libya has become a hotbed for ISIS fighters in recent months. The country has faced severe political turmoil since the 2011 uprising that toppled the government of longtime leader Moammar Gadhafi. Split between two battling factions, Libya has become easy prey for ISIS.

    The news comes as Europe is debating a solution to a growing refugee crisis. More than 300,000 migrants, most of them fleeing war in Syria, have flooded the European Union’s borders in recent months.”
    http://www.ibtimes.com/isis-weapons-europe-greek-coast-guard-seizes-islamic-state-ship-smuggling-ammunition-2076983

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    • sundance says:

      Thanks, conflicting reports. This one says the vessel was headed into Libya:

      A Greek coast guard special unit raided a Bolivian-flagged freighter early Tuesday off the southern island of Crete and found a shipment of undeclared weapons apparently headed for Libya.

      The coast guard identified the cargo vessel as the Haddad 1, which sailed from the Turkish port of Iskenderun on Aug. 29 and was headed for Libya’s western harbor of Misrata.

      It said in an announcement that the ship “was carrying arms without legal documentation.” It wasn’t initially clear what kind of armaments the vessel had on board.

      The United Nations has imposed an embargo on weapons shipments to Libya. The country is divided between an elected parliament and government based in the eastern port of Tobruk, and an Islamist militia-backed government in the capital Tripoli — with militants from the Islamic State group also exploiting the chaos.

      http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/greek-coast-guard-finds-weapons-shipment-cargo-ship-33448069

      Might be a different incident entirely. Still searching.

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    • Gettingby says:

      Lybia is where the west needs to intervene immediately. Eradicate ISIS and any others entities that put up resistance. Help the elected officials restore power under forced supervision. (colonial government) Invest the billions being spent on invaders to build hundreds of refugee camps. Round up and force invaders into the camps.

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  5. tappin52 says:

    Sounds a bit too coordinated….almost like a plan.

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    • Doyou See-Whatisee says:

      That’s what I thought too.
      “Oh look Greece is overrun with refugees and coincidentally a ship loaded with weapons gets intercepted by the Greeks.”
      Maybe the ship wasn’t intercepted– it looks to me like it went exactly where the enemy wanted it to go. Now when the young able bodied male “refugees” attack there will be a stock pile of weapons for them arm themselves with, and likely with minimal resistance from the port authority.

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  6. NJF says:

    Man whenever I see “Rut Roh” in the title I get all tingly LOL

    All I can say is BUSTED

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  7. Janie M. says:

    The question that arises is what other ports in the EU are receiving identical shipments? I would assume the Greek government is alerting all other countries.

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  8. dizzymissl says:

    This is interesting:

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  9. bluelmo14 says:

    Check out the antisemitic troll on the youtube comment thread. It’s perplexing. So he thinks The JewsTM are arming islamist refugees and smearing him as a Nazi for noticing? Or is he a lefty trying to paint immigration critics as crazy antisemites? Hmph, sometimes I hate the Internet.

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    • georgiafl says:

      Youtube comment threads and Twitter feeds at events like the Stop Iran Deal Rally yesterday seem to be magnets for those who seem to have lost the ability to think logically, have been consumed by hate and rage and that mostly aimed toward Jews and Zionists.

      Don’t try to engage them in any discussion. That’s like walking into a house of mirrors. Their level of mirroring, projection and lies mixed with vitriol can cause vertigo.

      Could they be immigrants with Obama-phones? Or just fundamentalist leftist agitators? Getting ten cents per comment to spew hatred? That’s the way it seems.

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  10. MouseTheLuckyDog says:

    There is a big question. Where were this cargo going. Syria to arm insurregents, another Islam state, or perhaps to Greece to ISIS infiltrators determined to cause turmoil in Greece.

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  11. shiloh1973 says:

    The plot thickens.

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  12. bodicacia says:

    Omg……
    Was that done accidently on purpose?

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  13. TexasRanger says:

    Reuters

    Wed Sep 2, 2015 4:28pm BST
    Greek coast guard seizes Libya-bound ship carrying weapons
    ATHENS

    The ‘Haddad 1’ Freighter is moored at the port of Heraklion following an operation of the Greek coast guard on the island of Crete, September 2, 2015.

    Greek authorities have seized a freighter carrying an undeclared shipment of weapons en route from Turkey to Libya, coast guard officials said on Wednesday.

    A coast guard patrol boat raided the vessel on Tuesday, 20 nautical miles northeast of Crete. The freighter, with a crew of seven and which had sailed from the Turkish port of Iskenderun, was escorted to Heraklion port on the island.

    The coast guard provided no further details of what kind of arms the freighter had on board, or its ownership.

    The company which owned the ship is registered in the Greek port city of Piraeus.

    A Turkish foreign ministry spokesman confirmed the cargo included weapons but said it was fully documented and was destined for the Sudanese police force. The vessel was also carrying building materials for Libya, he said.

    Full Story:
    http://uk.reuters.com/article/2015/09/02/uk-libya-security-greece-arms-idUKKCN0R20UB20150902

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    • smiley says:

      Libya Dawn/ Turkey

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    • Ziiggii says:

      I think you are correct Tex

      Greek authorities have discovered a gargantuan cache of weapons aboard a cargo ship headed to an Islamist controlled area of Libya.

      The coastguard said a search of only the first two of the 14 containers carried by the Bolivian vessel Haddad 1 had revealed almost 500,000 rounds of ammunition and 5,000 shotguns, of a type similar to that used by police, with no accompanying documentation.

      They were found at the bottom of the containers, concealed by a load of furniture, including drawers, cupboards, and a layer of gymnastic mats.

      The Haddad 1, […], was intercepted off Ierapetra, southeast of Crete, earlier this week, as it was heading to the Libyan city of Misrata. It had left the southern Turkish port of Iskenderun, about 50km from the Syrian border a few days earlier.

      http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/greece-seized-tanker-haddad-1-concealed-5000-shotguns-libya-islamists-1518372

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  14. Batman says:

    Could the Greek Gov’t have sent it to the local island forces in case of immigrant riots?

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  15. Old Hillbillt says:

    First you send the jihadi army (in disguised as “refugees”) THEN you send their arms (marked as “refugee relief supplies”) because even the brain-dead europeans wouldn’t let them in if they were carrying their weapons WITH them!

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  16. JAS says:

    All the weapons I was able to see were not military weapons but “sporting” shotguns. That said they are still weapons when used as such.

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    • JAS says:

      On closer inspection of the video the “Black Rifle” looking ones with the handle on top look like Anakon AK-101 semiautomatic shotguns Those are manufactured by Derya Arms in Konya City/Turkey.

      From their website:
      “Currently, Derya Arms is exporting to the United States of America, Canada, Mexico, Australia, Germany, Dominic Republic, England, Thailand, Azerbaijan, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Denmark, Russia, Ukraine and Portugal.”

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      • Ziiggii says:

        I think you are correct about the Anakon

        that is a tactical 6+1 (7 Shot) 12ga shotgun. Though many claim it a ‘hunting’ shotgun. That would not be my first choice to hunt turkey’s.

        price: 655.00 euro
        http://en.deryaarms.net

        I’m having a hard time identifying the brown (wood stock?) shotgun

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        • oldiadguy says:

          Carina CR-20 100 Semi-Automatic Shotgun

          What we are seeing are the stock, receiver and forearm of the shotgun, the barrels are installed and are probably in the bag.

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  17. archer52 says:

    Remember the case of the Lebanese transplants with the furniture export company that bought all those guns to send home?

    Here you go.

    http://www.theadvertiser.com/story/news/local/2014/07/22/judge-richard-haik-orders-delay-gun-shipping-case/13026533/

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  18. georgiafl says:

    No doubt, ships with weapons go from port to port frequently, traversing the Mediterranean like swarms of bees. The European patsies hosts had better inspect ALL packages, sent from home or anywhere else, to their strapping young ‘refugees’.

    It could be just an ISIS plot, but my fear is that these swarthy hordes are being put in place to be magically transformed into UN troops after a manufactured global crisis. With Obama, Inc. as leader. Obama, Inc. has been involved in Libya, Egypt and Syria, possibly other places in Africa and the ME since he assumed power took office.

    The alliances and shipments of weapons from the US, Russia and Turkey to Egypt, Syria and elsewhere is confusing. Is it just business to make money? It is confusing to try to figure out who is for or against whom in the ME and Africa. For example, is Putin with or against Obama? Cuba makes it look like Putin and Obama are allied.

    Or is it just every murderous, greedy power-monger for himself everywhere?

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    • smiley says:

      alliances are shifting in ME.
      suggested reading : Ps 83.
      watch Turkey, Germany, Russia.
      and PRAY for the peace of Jerusalem.

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      • georgiafl says:

        Thanks, Smiley! Will read.

        Bible is reliable source of sanity, hope, guidance, light during loss of earthly navigational instruments, sight and light.

        Even when all are against us, God is for us.
        More are those who are with us, than those who are with them.

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  19. bodicacia says:

    Umm…..
    Mt eyes are bugging out after watching this.

    Please tell me this vid isn’t. Is this some kind of sick satire?? What’s up with the “maw ha ha ha ha”?

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    • georgiafl says:

      I ran across a similar video, from the opposite point of view. In South Africa, there is a campaign of murder of whites that makes our knock out and cop attacks look very minor.

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  20. That would be proof that this is an invasion not a humanitarian problem.
    No wonder crickets fm MSM. Who ate pro invasion.

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  21. Will says:

    The soldiers come in civilian clothes amongst the women and children as refugees. The guns and weapons come as relief supplies. I sure wish we could get some sunlight shone on that Fast & Furious op. (and all the others) I wonder where all that hardware went? Cartels? Compton? or a building where the FBI is no longer allowed to visit?
    It’s all Greek to me!

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  22. Susan M. says:

    Those aren’t weapons. They are engagement gifts. Young men need SOMETHING to attract women; makes the Marry me or Die more convincing.

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  23. bofh says:

    Saw this discussed the other day – don’t remember if here or another site. The shotguns appear to be of Turkish manufacture, and their purpose is troubling. They are not insurgency weapons, in the sense of AK’s, but would be used for breaching/entry, for instance going door-to-door to clear a good-sized city that had already been taken. Wonder in which city these were meant to have their debut…

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  24. Tkim says:

    When I listen to progressives insist that the refugees are just “families” and not terrorists, I think of a pair of brothers in Boston. And their extended family. And the one brother’s pretty wife and baby daughter. How in the world could just “families” be a threat ?

    Pressure cookers cook halal food. Family men don’t kill innocent people. Muslims have a right to take flight lessons. And unicorn meat tastes like chicken.

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  25. bodicacia says:

    Oh, but wait. Takes deep sigh & wipes brow
    They’re converting. Yes, yes. Seems v believable too. 😉 See, no need to panic.
    yes…that was sarcasm.

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  26. sonjay says:

    I wouldn’t be surprised if anti-gun California Sen. Leland Yee is involved in this. And maybe Shrimp Boy Chow.

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  27. Rurik says:

    I forwarded this to a friend of mine, a former Marine. His email response:
    During the clinton admin. I was delivering meed’s. to the immigrants. most all were muslim regardless of what country they came from. Most were from europe and north africa and of course the mediterrian area’s. No children few women all from 20’s to 40’s. I was delivering INR (?) (INH?) anyway for TB lung infections. One tall thin cuban was fluent in many african tongue’s and told me that he set up insurrections in africa. He warned me WATCH – out if Raul gets in power.
    Could there be Cuban or other outside influence?

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  28. Convenient way to arm up the Greek police in case riots start breaking out over there. Cheap too.

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  30. BigMamaTEA says:

    Thanks toetagger. I NEEDED that belly laugh! ps. luv your avitar! {one of my favorite guys!)

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  31. David says:

    Supplied by Team Obama, probably.

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  32. Deb says:

    Someone explain to me why Saudi Arabia doesn’t want these “refugees”?

    Because they have more sense than the insane elitist a currently running the West.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Deb, cause they don’t want any more terrorists in their country. {truth!}

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    • sturandot13 says:

      No, since they are 100% muzlim (sic-on purpose) and sharia-compliant there is no need for more sunni muzlims there. However, in order to effect “al-hijra” the muzlim hordes need to be sent to the nations that make up the Dar-al-Harb.

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  34. Col. Bunny says:

    This does not look to be any kind of a shipment intended for refugees. The ship seen tied up at the dock is the same on in this story about a shipment bound for Libya that was intercepted: here.

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