The European Union may have decreed that its member nations roll out the welcome mat for the hundreds of thousands of refugees pouring onto the continent, but some individual citizens haven’t embraced illegals trespassing on their property with as much enthusiasm.

One Bulgarian, Dinko Valev, has taken it upon himself to stop illegals from invading the countryside near his farm in Yambol on the Bulgarian-Turkish border patrolling his land on a four-wheel ATV and gaining a reputation among trespassers who are warned to steer clear of “The Destroyer.”

Valev recently came across a group of male migrants in the process of coming over the fence of his property.

“Suddenly someone jumped out of the bushes in front of me,” he recounted. “I did not know he was a migrant at first. I stopped and got off the ATV to see what’s going on, he rushed me trying to take me down, possibly to steal the ATV. I punched him a couple of times and he went down. I kicked him 3 times for good measure and he started yelling some ‘allah-mallah.’”

Valev explained that 11 more men soon came out of the woods, along with 3 women and a child. However, these illegals also discovered that, unlike the fake refugees, there are European men who will courageously defend their loved ones.

“All of the men coming out of the woods started rushing me aggressively — to fight, to crush. I fought the first 3 and put them on the ground bleeding. The others gave up after seeing that. One of them had a sharp object, maybe a screwdriver. I know English perfectly, so I told them that if they do not lay on the ground immediately I will kill one of them.”

When asked by reporters if the migrant did as he was told, “The Destroyer” said, without boasting, “Of course they did – wouldn’t you?”

It isn’t the first time Valev has acted as a one-man security force, apprehending dozens of Muslim men trying to use the area to cross from Turkey into Bulgaria.

The United Nations released a report in September estimating that 72 percent of the Syrians migrating to Europe are men, contrary to the assertions of politicians like President Obama who claim the extraordinary relief measures are required to help helpless women and children.



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