Greece’s Floating Refugee Wall Idea SOA: Sunk on Arrival

File- In this Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015 photo refugees and migrants aboard an overcrowded dinghy as they cross the Aegean Sea, from Turkey, that is seen in the background, to the coast of Lesbos island, Greece. Greek authorities have invited private contractors to bid on supplying a 2.7-kilometer-long (1.7 miles) floating barrier system aimed at stopping migrants from reaching the country's islands from the nearby coast of Turkey. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)

Okay, who floated this idea? Who’s the rocket scientist – make that marine scientist – who came up with this scheme?

A 2.7-kilometer (1.67-mile) 1.64-foot high wall to float on the Aegean Sea – where boats have sunk in rough waters – to keep refugees and migrants from reaching the Greek island of Lesbos from Turkey?

Come on, don’t be shy, raise your hand, at least 1.64 feet high so we can see you so we can all have a good laugh. …

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