Watching Europe Die (America next?)
The scale of the invasion is massive:
The human flood tide surging into Europe from its southern Mediterranean shores is only beginning. Hungary’s Prime Minister Victor Orban has warned that ‘uncountable millions’ of migrants from the Middle East and sub-Saharan Africa are on the way and the EU should get ready to meet the crisis sooner rather than later.
Hungarian authorities spent most of the past week trying to force those entering the country to report to government-run refugee centres to register for asylum in their initial EU entry point as the 28-nation bloc’s rules require. But thousands refused – some expressing fears that Hungary would deport or detain them indefinitely – and demanded free onward passage chiefly to Germany.
Those refugees initially tried to board trains in Budapest’s main Keleti railway station but were rebuffed. Crowds broke through security lines and began walking 175km (108 miles) to the border, many with small children. Early Saturday, Hungary’ authorities relented and sent a fleet of buses to the station to carry the refugees onwards to northern Europe.
If officials cannot even refrain from catering to their needs with free buses, there is zero chance they will develop the resolve required to save European Civilization from becoming extinguished by wave after wave of grasping parasitical colonists.
Many are headed toward Germany, where neurotic racial guilt has produced the plushest red carpet for them:
After days of confrontation and chaos in Hungary, around 11,000 refugees arrived via train to Germany on Saturday; another 10,000 were expected to arrive on Sunday. After getting off the train, the first thing many refugees ask is “Germany?”, volunteers at the train station tell POLITICO. When they hear that they have indeed reached the country, then they begin to smile.
“So happy to be in Germany,” a young mother says Saturday night in broken English, as she waits for a medical check-up, trying to connect her smartphone to the Internet to let her family know where she was.