FED UP Farmer Gets EPIC Revenge On ILLEGAL Islamic Invaders Occupying His Farmland [Video]

All over Europe so-called “refugees” have invaded private property and illegally occupied areas they’re not supposed to be in, all while demanding free stuff from governments, and residents are becoming more and more fed up. A farmer in Greece had just about enough of the illegal Islamic invaders, and he got some seriously epic revenge against them.

After having dealt with the squatters for months, the farmer decided it was time for them to go, so he did the only thing any respectable farmer would do – busted out the tractor and started tilling his fields for sowing. No, seriously, video of the epic move to rid his fields of freeloading Muslims was posted online, and let’s just say he doesn’t have an issue with infestation any longer.

Check it out:


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Boom! Now that’s how it’s done. No tents means no shelter, and no shelter means no Muslims. It’s a win for everyone, except the illegal invaders, of course.


Now if only this video will inspire the rest of Europe to follow in his footsteps, maybe the continent can start ridding itself of its growing problem.


God Bless.



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