January 11, 2017
I guess Europe should prioritize the needs of foreigners over their own citizens
Another wasteful Christ-Killer news story, where the purpose is purely to try and make me feel sorry for intolerable and savage rapefugees.
Serbian officials have told Sky News that Europe should have a unified strategy to deal with the migration crisis.
Ivin Miskovic, Serbian commissariat for refugees and migrants, spoke as more than 1,000 migrants struggled in freezing conditions sleeping rough in Belgrade.
Serbia – which is not part of the European Union – has found itself at a pinch point with the closure of the so-called ‘Balkan route’ for migrants to northern Europe.
Hungary and Croatia have closed their borders, but migrants are still trying to get through via Serbia.
Many have been in the country for months, but the government has said it can only provide accommodation for around 6,000 people.
It is estimated around 1,000 more migrants are now sleeping rough with new arrivals every day.
We visited a disused railway goods yard close to the main train station where we found people living in grim conditions in freezing temperatures.
Suddes Afghan is a 19-year-old from Afghanistan.
He showed us inside the buildings – a place where migrants say even they don’t feel safe amongst each other.
He told us: ‘If you bring an animal to this warehouse the animal will die. We are humans so how we will not die?‘
I laugh because when has anybody ever cared about the homeless?
Right now there are too many Europeans out on the streets, starving and slowly dying from frostbite.
It is never appropriate to throw your own kind under the bus for foreigners
They should be first priority when it comes to getting housing, not outsiders. And especially not outsiders that have zero respect for your culture, women and land.
In the warehouses the air is thick with acrid smoke from the fires migrants burn to try to bring light and heat.
Most are young men from Afghanistan – it is a grim place for adults let alone children, but beneath the blankets we find cousins who say they are travelling alone and have been in Belgrade for five months.
How funny that they’re all men. Not that I’m the least bit surprised.
Just a bunch of men trying to do the best they can for the families they’ve left behind
And now for the part of the article that’s supposed to make our hearts bleed:
Sajid Muhammad tells us he is 11.
He and 13-year-old Said Sheerzad told us their fathers had paid $6,000 for each of them to people smugglers to get them to Europe.
Said said: ‘It’s very cold, we have a lot of problems says. I’m itching – there are lice in my blanket.‘
My heart didn’t bleed. Did yours?
It is not Europe’s responsibility to give them handouts and nice fur blankets. They should be grateful that they’re even on European soil at all.
They are poor refugees, so why are they acting like they should be living like anything but poor refugees?
I’m personally more concerned about other issues…like European women who despite what weather it is don’t feel safe enough to leave their homes out of fear of being raped.
No Goy- just keep thinking about little Sajid. He’s only 11.
But I have a great solution to the refugee problem if it worries them that much.
Deport every single one of them.