Τα λεωφορεία με τους πρόσφυγες στο βενζινάδικο, χιλιόμετρα πριν τον καταυλισμό της Ειδομένης, Το βίντεο από τον Benjamin Juliann, με την ακόλουθη περιγραφή στα αγγλικά:
The camp in Idomeni, at the Macedonian border, is stuffed with people. A few weeks ago, the police therefore created a “pre-camp” in a gas station some kilometers away. Thousands of people are now stuck there, with most having to wait for three days. Yesterday, five buses got stopped on the way from Athens. Apparently the police thought the gas station was overcrowded as well. The buses waited for ten hours with no access to food or water. They were stopped at dawn and released after dark.
The weather was good yesterday but became windy today, and it even rained a bit. The wind carries dust and embers from the burning cardboard that people keep themselves warm with. Tonight, most will sleep in the buses. A few drivers make the passengers sleep outside, possibly for fear of being held accountable for damage to their buses.
Some of those passengers have moved to the car wash of the gas station, probably about fifty people. We gave them tents. There were many children. Others have to sleep outside in the merciless wind.
The reason for buses being kept there by police is partly to have a movable camp, but also to be able to process the people bus by bus. A bus is now the unit of measure in the European refugee processing factory.
This ridiculous manifestation of bureaucracy, incorporated in seventy buses and children sleeping in car wash stations, is happening in the era of commercial air travel, where it’s possible to bring people halfway around the globe in a few hours. Let’s keep in mind that this is not a humanitarian disaster, but a consciously perpetrated crime.
Polykastro gas station at 16 o´clock today.