My column at WND today addresses the Muslim “migrant” invasion of Europe. If you haven’t read it, go now.
Europe is on the verge of descending into utter chaos. Reuters reported that “thousands of migrants stormed across Macedonia’s border on Saturday, overwhelming security forces who threw stun grenades and lashed out with batons before apparently abandoning a bid to stem their flow through the Balkans to western Europe.”
These thousands of Muslim “refugees,” most of them from the jihad hotspots of Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq, have been pouring into Greece and the Balkans in huge numbers for some time now. But they do not, of course, want to stay in Greece, Macedonia and Serbia. They want to reach the European Union: primarily Germany, France and Britain.
More of these “refugees” arrive every day.
One of my long time readers from the region tells me in the past five years the number of “asylum seekers” in Serbia has risen from literally a few dozen a year to over 1,000 a day. He writes:
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I was in Belgrade last year and I hardly saw any of them anywhere in the city. Now I’ve heard from relatives and from my father who was there just a few months ago that they’re literally everywhere – in such a short period of time! And lest anyone buy into the whole “poor refugee”-narrative (“will someone please think of the poor women and children”) the fact is that well over 90 % (perhaps over 95 %) of these “refugees” are young, Muslim men. Not Yezidis or Christians or other persecuted minorities, but Muslims – now, why is that?
And why in God’s name are these people receiving money from the Serbian government (subsidized by the EU, of course, of which Serbia isn’t even a member!), when the country is suffering from massive unemployment and economic and social issues (largely because of the sanctions and the one million Serbian refugees from the wars in the 90’s and the bombings in 1999 – thanks to Bill Clinton)?
The interesting thing is also that they all travel from Greece over to Macedonia (which is currently a powder keg waiting to explode – with enormous tensions between the Slavic/Christian Macedonians and Serbs and the Muslim Albanians and Turks who form about one third of the population) then on to the border towns in southern Serbia, which are mostly populated by Albanian Muslims, where they all seek asylum. It’s interesting how all this has happened at a time when jihadist activities have spiked in precisely that area, with terrorist attacks in Macedonia and various jihadi activities in Kosovo, Bosnia and in the Raska/Novi Pazar region in Serbia – coincidence… I think not.
It seems to me that there is a much more sinister agenda at work – not just in Serbia, but in all of Europe – when it comes to this recent wave of “refugees” (a.k.a muhajirouns). Why isn’t Saudi Arabia or Qatar or Kuwait or the UAE or Bahrain etc. taking in these people? Last time I checked it takes less time to walk from Syria to Saudi Arabia than to, say, Sweden or Norway or even to Serbia… But we musn’t ask such “racist” questions – no, just take them all in and embrace your own civilizational destruction…
“’The whole Syria will pass through Serbia’: Belgrade to face five million refugees,” InSerbia Today, August 12, 2015
BELGRADE – At the beginning of autumn Serbia can expect another wave of refugees. And it will be much bigger than the one with 1,000 refugees from Syria who enter Serbia every day, writes Serbian daily “Blic”, citing information obtained from Serbian security services.
PHOTO: TANJUG / ZORAN ZESTIC
The second wave is expected to bring the poorest residents of Arab countries where the war with ISIS (ISIL/Islamic State) rages.
According to estimations of Serbian officials, about three million new immigrants are on the Turkish border, waiting to enter the EU through Greece, Macedonia and Serbia.
“The new wave of immigrants could be the most risky to the safety and the public health of Serbian residents. These immigrants who should arrive in Serbia come from the lowest social structures of the countries from which they come. That is why measures of greater control of their movement are being already planned,” says the latest information of Serbian security services that monitor the movement of asylum seekers, writes the daily.
Medical examination obligatory
Ivan Miskovic, spokesman for the Commissioner for Refugees and Migration said for “Blic” that asylum seekers who apply for asylum in Serbia are obligated to go to a medical examination (blood, urine, x-ray) and that this will also be the policy in the future.
“Most asylum seekers in Serbia are healthy people, and only a small number of them contracted tuberculosis and other diseases. Such people were immediately hospitalized,” said Miskovic.
Currently there are more than 70,000 asylum seekers in Serbia waiting to go to the EU, most of them from the middle class. Among them you can meet doctors, teachers, professors and those who engaged in private business in Syria. When asked whether they plan to stay in Serbia, they say:
“We see that in Serbia there are no jobs for you, let alone for us so that is why we do not plan to stay. We have to express our appreciation to the citizens of Serbia who are really trying to help us,” said asylum seekers gathered in parks around the bus and railway station in Belgrade.
Belgrade financial centre for asylum seekers
The exodus of immigrants from Syria is well organized. With a large number of them a manual was found with information on where to go, which transport to use and at what prices.
“Immigrants plan to get to Serbia because to them Belgrade is a finance center. Unlike Turkey, Greece and Macedonia, in Serbia they receive a document on the application for a temporary asylum, which allows them to raise money in banks via “Western Union”, sent to them by their relatives,” said a source from the security services for “Blic”.
Five million Syrians will pass through Serbia
The number of immigrants who arrive daily in Serbia will not be reduced soon, which is evidenced by the asylum seekers themselves who believe that several million people will pass through Serbia.
Varit Musa (29) from Syria believes that “the whole Syria will pass through Serbia”.
“There is a lot of blood on the streets in Syria. They kill women, child, the elderly… I do not see the end to it. They seek a life without bombs and it does not matter whether it will be in Germany, Belgium, Sweden or the Netherlands. They will not stop until the whole of Syria move out,” said Musa.
Smail Halil (43), a mathematics professor, agrees with this. He is traveling with his family to Germany.
“At least five million people will pass through here. They are all running because of the war and are seeking refuge somewhere in Europe. First flee those who can afford the trip, but the situation in Syria is difficult so those who don’t have the money will flee too,” he explained.
Nasrin Mustafa (36) is going with her husband and child from Syria to Germany.
“I saw many people who died and tried to flee until the last moment. This trip requires a lot of money, and not everyone has it. We pay 136 euros for a night in a hotel in Belgrade. We had to call our relatives to send us more money,” says the woman.
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