More eye-witness descriptions from tourists visiting Lesbos, Greece.
• Tourist about boat “refugees”: “The young men we saw every day, was well-dressed, spoke in iPhones, was well-fed … ONLY men”
• Hungary: 11,000 illegals cross border every month, hysteric Islamic riots, stoning of police and of random cars…
• Shocking photos and video of illegal immigrants hijacking trucks to get to England
• UN chief of migration: EU must destroy homogeneity of member states through immigration
• Denmark: 72-year-old lady homesless because state gives appartment to refugees
Translated from a letter in JP by a Danish female doctor and politician:
“I and my family were on Lesbos two months ago, and we met many boat refugees. We bought bread and water, which we handed out for two days. Then we found out, however, that the refugees were not impoverished, hungry or thirsty …
While one can only rejoice at Danish tourists thoughtfulness when they bring toys, sleeping bags, clothes etc. to the refugees on Lesbos, it is not something the refugees can use. They quickly leave via Athens towards Holland and Scandinavia. The refugees does not stay longer on Lesbos than one-two days of Lesbos and they can only carry the essentials on their further travel.
My experience is that over 80 per cent. of the boat people are young men about 20 years. Many bears Rayban sunglasses and Nike caps (probably counterfeit goods), they are not shabbily dressed and do not need presented clothes. I felt great empathy with this army of refugees, but after a few days penetrated more questions themselves. Where are all these men live? How many integration will bring about?
Why are Saudi Arabia not taking in Syrian refugees when they have the same culture? Saudi Arabia is 50 times larger than Denmark, their gross domestic product is one to one and half times bigger as Denmark.
Saudi Arabia has both space and money enough to receive refugees. When a Syrian chooses to flee to Denmark, it would correspond to my father during World War II instead of fleeing to Sweden chose to flee to Sudan. … Refugees should be in their neighborhood.”