The incident took place at a train station in Hungary, where police brought water and packages of food to the refugees. The story was that the food and water were refused because they came from the Red Cross and the packages bore a cross instead being marked as Halal - in their native language I assume. They would not take aid with a Christian symbol. Several of the refugees, reported to be Syrian, can be seen throwing water bottles and food onto the nearby train tracks. Children accepted the food only to have it taken by teens or adults and thrown away.
You will note that the population appears to be almost entirely men of military age. ISIS? Some other group? Nobody knows and nobody is allowed to question that. Bretibart reports that as this is unfolding in Europe, five of the wealthiest Gulf States have refused to take in one single Syrian refugee.
Yet amidst cries for Europe to do more, it has transpired that of the five wealthiest countries on the Arabian Peninsula, that is, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait and Bahrain, not one has taken in a single refugee from Syria. Instead, they have argued that accepting large numbers of Syrians is a threat to their safety, as terrorists could be hiding within an influx of people.
oming soon to a city near you.ReplyDelete
Let the f**kers starve....ReplyDelete
To both comments - that's the plan. Come here, and make a good appearance of poor, helpless, starving refugees. Get the media pity party in full swing. "How can all you rich, white, European-Americans let those poor refugees starve like that?" You need to get proper food for the poor migrants.ReplyDelete
Did you hear that the migrants that arrived in Germany promptly called for cancelling Oktoberfest celebrations? Too much alcohol and pork!
Tolerance only works one way. We're tolerant of them. Until they take over and are completely intolerant of anything we do.
I think that the old phrase "Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition" will be coming quite popular again in the future.....ReplyDelete
Another report from Hungary by a Ukrainian woman who says she speaks Arabic:ReplyDelete
Daniel_day (d-day) - thanks for the link. Took me to long to get to it, but wow.ReplyDelete