By Adam Withnall - 11 February, 2016
The Nato fleet is being deployed to the Aegean Sea immediately in a bid to end the flow of refugees crossing the sea into Europe from Turkey.
Announcing the deployment, which will see refugee boats met by warships rather than coastguards, Nato secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg said action would be taken "without delay".
It comes after Greece declared Turkey a "safe third country", giving it the legal framework to turn back asylum-seekers and to actively deport those who have arrived back across the Mediterranean.
In a press conference, Mr Stoltenberg insisted the deployment of Nato's Standing Maritime Group 2 was "not about stopping or pushing back refugee boats".
The fleet, including warships from a range of Western countries and currently under German command, "will be tasked to conduct reconnaissance, monitoring and surveillance of the illegal crossings in the Aegean sea in cooperation with relevant authorities", he said.
The US Secretary of Defence, Ash Carter, said: "There is now a criminal syndicate that is exploiting these poor people and this is an organised smuggling operation.
"Targeting that is the way that the greatest effect can be had ... That is the principal intent of this."
At the same time, it was announced that Nato will step up its counter-terror efforts on the border between Turkey and Syria.
And Mr Stoltenberg said Nato would "step up" its efforts in the international coalition against Isis, following a request from the US.
"We have just agreed that Nato will provide support to assist with the refugee and migrant crisis," Mr Stoltenberg said.
"The goal is to participate in the international efforts to stem the illegal trafficking and illegal migration in the Aegean."
"It is important to respond swiftly," he said. "Because this crisis affects all of us."
Germany has said it will take part in the mission in collaboration with Greece and Turkey, while the US said it "fully supports" the plan.
It is initially expected to involve five warships stationed for Standing Maritime Group 2 currently near Cyprus, but Mr Stoltenberg indicated more ships could be moved to the Aegean if required.
A government source told Reuters Germany is expected to contribute at least one other ship.
The extent to which the Nato vessels will interact with refugee boats remains unclear.
Nato diplomats said that rather than direct intervention, intelligence gathered about people-smugglers is likely to be handed over to Turkish coastguards to allow them to combat the traffickers more effectively.
Yet there have been numerous incidents where interactions between larger coastguard ships and refugee boats have resulted in the latter being capsized, and it is not known how people smuggler captains will react to sighting a large Nato warship in their path.
Nato confirmed that any refugees it "saves" from the vessels will be taken back to Turkey. According to Reuters, the Greek and Turkish coastguards will continue to operate exclusively within their own territorial waters.
Well, the main point is that they are turning them back, rather than getting them to Europe. That's something. If they get caught, they will certainly not get their money back from the smugglers so they won't have the funds to pay someone else anytime soon. That's something too.
There is one question no one seems to want to answer - or even ask - but I will. There have always been refugees from Third World Countries - especially the Middle East. But we didn't have this problem to this degree say five years ago. Why now all of a sudden?
The answer is that the early refugees - the ones before the mass refugees came to Europe for a better life started coming. There weren't anywhere near so many, so Aryans generously, and foolishly welcomed them and gave them welfare, free housing, and free medical. These refugees naturally wrote home and told their relatives how great it was in Europe. The word spread. Soon more of them wanted to migrate. They did, got the freebies, and also wrote home about it. The word spread even more. Now even more of them came and the cycle repeated itself.
Despite what some may say, these migrants are not stupid. They know that eventually the money well will run dry, and although the people of Germany, France, UK, Greece, Scandinavia, and other countries have had enough, their governments have not. Some, like Hungary, Macedonia, Bulgaria, and Russia have and are closing their borders. The migrants know that as time passes and more of them come, more countries will also close their borders. So now it's a mad scramble to get to Europe and get their freebies before the entire continent is closed off to them.
Unfortunately by then it will probably be too late. That's known as closing the barn door after the horses have run off. By then Europe's money will be gone, Whites will be minorities in their own lands, and Shariah Law will start to be put into effect. Poverty will spread like the Plague, and Europe will be overcrowded, under financed, and in political chaos. And in lands which Muslims dominate, they tend not to tolerate anyone who isn't Muslim (remember that to them we are infidels), what's left of the Aryan population will have that to contend with as well.
The barn door is indeed open, but not all the horses have run off. It's time we closed that door before it's too late. In 20 - 40 years at this rate it will be too late to save Europe. The United States has even less time - 15 or 20 years at most. Our European comrades know this and are taking action. What will it take for Aryan Americans to do likewise?
There can be no more delays. The end of Aryan America is upon us. It is NOT too late in most places. Some it already is, like California and six or seven other states. But we can save the rest if we too take action like in Europe.
Our Spring Blitz campaign will begin soon. Take action and do your part. Distribute literature. Show others that you will take action. The more who act, the more will join in. Most people are willing to take action, but they just don't want to be the first. If they won't be the first then WE must. If not, what will happen to us is nothing less than terrifying.