The refugee crisis is an invasion. The refugees showing up in Hungary are entering as an enemy with intention to cause trouble. They infringe on their host, with the goal of possessing the same.
In what has been wrongly deemed a “refugee crisis,” it’s considered heartless (by the Left) to point out the underlying attitude of these immigrants, and the situation that exists to have caused many to readily leave their home countries, in order to claim other lands.
Donald Trump has broken the glass ceiling of political correctness in America, and others are sounding the same alarm bells in other parts of the world. Hungary’s Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, echoed Trump’s sentiment recently when discussing the influx of hundreds of thousands of refugees into his country.
According to Reuters, Orban stated this about the arrival of mostly Muslim immigrants into his country:
“We Hungarians are full of fear, people in Europe are full of fear because they see that the European leaders … are not able to control the situation.”
The pictures of a young Syrian boy’s body who had washed up on a Turkish beach, and reports of thousands of refugees storming a Hungarian train station that blanketed the media in the past several days were meant to conjure up emotion about the “refugee problem.”
The three-year-old boy drowned when the boat which held him capsized on its way from Turkey to Greece.
As reported in the Wall Street Journal:
“His final journey was supposed to end in sanctuary in Europe; instead it claimed his life and highlighted the plight of desperate people caught in the gravest refugee crisis since World War II.”
Nice reflection back to WWII, and the “refugee crisis.” Exactly what caused that crisis? Nazism.
What really caused this child’s death? What is the real cause of the deaths of thousands of other people, and the reason for refugees all over the world? Radical Muslims.
Militant Muslims are killing, raping, and torturing people in countries all over the world. The photo of that little boy shouldn’t spark a debate on the “refugee crisis,” but instead should invoke outrage towards those who are causing the problem.
It isn’t selfish and unfeeling people who don’t want to take these refugees into their countries. It is the “religion of peace” that is at the root of this refugee crisis. Yet the media and the Left miss the mark continuously on this essential fact.
In these pictures, note the obvious disproportionate number of men to women and children. Apparently in the Muslim world chivalry is indeed dead.