(Above photo, Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović. Really.)
Sometimes you just have to flip the selector lever over to burst. That just may have been the thought process for an undisclosed number of Croatian police officers manning a border checkpoint on the Bosnian frontier.
The word out of Croatia is that police had to open fire on a van attempting to crash a border control point. As it turns out, a Bosnian citizen was behind the wheel, while the van itself was chock-full of 29 illegal “migrants” from Afghanistan and Iraq.
One of the few Muslim-majority nations in Europe, Bosnia has become a launch pad for fellow Mohammedans from North Africa and the Middle East.
In the meantime, Croatia is following the paths first blazed by fellow Catholic-majority Eastern European nations Poland and Hungary in regards to standing strong against the 21st century’s silent Muslim invasion of Europe.
Unlike the Moorish-Muslim invasion of the Iberian Peninsula in the 8th, or the Ottoman-Muslim invasion of the Balkans in the 14th century, the more recent attempted takeover of Europe has come with the near-total approval of the governments of Western Europe as well as the EU (European Union) centralized government.
As noted by reporter Jack Montgomery of Breitbart London;
Nine people were injured after a van carrying 29 illegal migrants from Afghanistan and Iraq attempted to ram a police checkpoint on the border between Bosnia and Croatia.
The driver, thought to be Bosnian, had been discovered ferrying the migrants across the border from his own country, which is outside the European Union, into Croatia, which joined the bloc in 2013.
Croatian police set up a roadblock to stop the vehicle near the south-eastern town of Zadar, but the migrants decide they would attempt to ram through it rather than surrender, forcing officers to open fire, Business Insider reports.
“The driver did not stop after several warnings. He finally passed through a roadblock and drove towards the police. The police reaction was justified. They were forced to open fire because their lives were in danger,” said Zadar police chief Ranko Drazina.