Iron Curtain taken out of storage, to be put back on border?!

After the latest immigration spats in Europe, the rebuilding of the Iron Curtain could become a dark reality.

In 2015, Hungary built a border barrier on its border with Serbia and Croatia. The fence was constructed during the European migrant crisis, with the aim to ensure border security by preventing immigrants from entering illegally, and enabling the option to enter through official checkpoints and claim asylum in Hungary in accordance with international and European law. – Source

Take a look at the maps below!! The Hungarian Border Wall is at the same place as the Iron Curtain used to be!!

Hungarian Border Wall (red):

Iron Curtain (white):

This is not a coincidence!

The Iron Curtain was the name for the boundary dividing Europe into two separate areas from the end of World War II in 1945 until the end of the Cold War in 1991. The term symbolizes the efforts by the Soviet Union to block itself and its satellite states from open contact with the West and its allied states. On the east side of the Iron Curtain were the countries that were connected to or influenced by the Soviet Union, while on the west side were the countries that were allied to the United States or nominally neutral. Separate international economic and military alliances were developed on each side of the Iron Curtain. – Source

Does this mean that the Iron Curtain will be rebuild to divide Europe into two areas again?!



Of course not!

It is just a historical coincidence..

Website often use absurd questions to lure you to their websites. They’ll use conspiratorial language and vague historical claims to support their stories.. And they’ll fill up their websites with ads and make a bunch of money.

This is called click-bait: ‘a link which entices you to click on it. The “bait” comes in many shapes and sizes, but it is usually intentionally misleading and/or crassly provocative. Clicking will inevitably cause disappointment.’ – Urban Dictionary

Sorry to have disappointed you.. but hopefully next time you’ll think twice before clicking on a link that raises more questions than answers!

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