Amid Migration Crisis – Hungary, Germany and Austria Close Borders – EU Nationalists Happy, Globalists Furious…

[Hungary] On Monday, Hungary closed the last remaining hole in the 175-kilometer (109 mile) fence it has been built along the southern border to Serbia, one of the final stations on the Western Balkan route to Europe that has been the focal point in recent days of tens of thousands of refugees making their way from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and North Africa.

On Tuesday, a new law went into effect in Hungary making illegal border crossings an offense punishable by up to three years in jail. The developments came as Germany and Austria both imposed border controls to stem the massive influx of refugees on the final leg of the path to Western Europe.

Hungary’s closure of its border with Serbia has led to confusion and desperation among refugees who had hoped to cross into Europe there. For the moment, nobody is being let through at all and Hungary has declared a state of emergency in two counties bordering Serbia to allow for the deployment of the military to assist police there. As part of its new crackdown, Hungary says it has arrested 60 people for damaging the border fence or attempting to cross.

The scenes of chaos the border closure has generated are consistent with those that have played out in Hungary over much of the last couple of weeks. And the cause is clear. The country, under the leadership of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, is downright inhospitable — even hostile — toward refugees.

In the town of Röszke, on the Hungarian border to Serbia, police could be seen in recent days wearing face masks and rubber gloves as they herded together thousands of new arrivals into registration camps that looked very much like improvised jails. The facilities have tents without rain protection, a lack of blankets, little food and medicines and a dearth of portable toilets, not to mention frequent tensions between refugees and police. (read more)

Hungarian riot police officers stand in front ot migrants at a collection point at Roszke village at the Hungarian-Serbian border on September 9, 2015. Some 400-500 migrants on Wednesday broke through police lines in Hungary near the main crossing point from Serbia, AFP reporters at the scene said. AFP PHOTO / ATTILA KISBENEDEK

Hungarian riot police officers stand in front ot migrants at a collection point at Roszke village at the Hungarian-Serbian border on September 9, 2015. Some 400-500 migrants on Wednesday broke through police lines in Hungary near the main crossing point from Serbia, AFP reporters at the scene said. AFP PHOTO / ATTILA KISBENEDEK

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41 Responses to Amid Migration Crisis – Hungary, Germany and Austria Close Borders – EU Nationalists Happy, Globalists Furious…

  1. flawesttexas says:

    It is so tough for nations like Hungary to take in so many Muslims…they do not have the money or infrastructure to do so

    In fact, it is bigotry and racism against Hungarians (and any other Europeans) to bully them into taking un-vetted Muslims. The Globalists are the real racists

    Liked by 7 people

    • kinthenorthwest says:

      Exactly what they are trying to do break down the country financially & militarily(including their police).

      Liked by 2 people

    • Kauf Buch says:

      It’s not so much that they are STAYING in Hungary.
      After Turkey (phhht!), or Bulgaria or Greece, ex-Yugo lands….
      …THAT’S where they land.
      And it’s gotten completely out of control, because no country BEFORE Hungary has stopped them (or even done “due diligence).


    • jojo says:

      You can’t tell me this isn’t planned by ISIS. This is just another invasion by Muslims to take over and create a Caliphate complete with Sharia law. It’s done like this in the modern age. Kick ’em out and send ’em back from where they came. If the young men had any cojones they’d stay and fight but instead they are spreading radical Islamism because that is their intent. Sit back and watch. A true invasion is happening.

      Liked by 3 people

  2. stringy theory says:

    We’ll send “The Donald” over to send them all back where they belong after he finishes mopping up here. Seriously, I don’t blame any of the European counties for closing the door on this invasion. I see the story calls them refugees, but my guess is that only applies to a limited number. No telling how many ISIS types are hiding among those seeking entry.

    Liked by 4 people

  3. racerxx says:

    Good for Hungary. Wish they would have hosed down the gatecrashers.
    And it’s interesting to me just how hostile, vile, and in general what a bunch of ingrates these “refugees” are.

    Liked by 4 people

  4. disgustedwithjulison says:

    Why are all of these “migrants” men betweeen 20 and 30 years old? Typically, when there is strife in a country….those folks stick around and fight the bad guys. They all have nice clothes and cell phones too….me thinks something doesn’t smell right.

    Liked by 6 people

    • stringy theory says:

      I can imagine what they smell like and it ain’t pretty. And you are absolutely right in your observation. Something is definitely rotten in Denmark.

      Liked by 4 people

    • punkinseed says:

      That’s because they are not really refugees, but deserters. They are dodging the Syrian draft. The Syrians themselves are really angry too, because the REAL refugees are being overwhelmed and out numbered by fake Syrians. Look carefully at the pictures and you’ll see that they are lying to the host countries. Many are clearly African or from other non warzones like Bangladesh. Many of the Iraqi and Syrians are IS. If you look at their features you can tell the difference on many of them. And many were also adventurers who joined ISIL deserters as well.


    • polk8dot says:

      X million.
      ‘Nuf said.


  5. manickernel says:

    The Siege of Vienna has become the Siege of Europe.

    Liked by 5 people

  6. punkinseed says:

    Europe needs a new leader like Charles Martel.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. formercanuck says:

    ‘Who’ are the globalists ? Obviously those that want to impose their beliefs/way of life on others.
    The interesting part is that those that want to come to the EU have no interest in….
    Asia (China, Korea, Japan, India, etc)
    Russia (this is a HUGE piece of land – the largest in the world)
    South Africa
    South America

    Why ? Because this is largely planned as a siege / impose / expose / infultrate
    People want to turn the EU into a Greece like welfare state, and watch it crumble from within. This is the ultimate trojan horse.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Be Ge says:

      Well, they are interested in Russia (at least, the central Asian part of “them” is). Here is Qurban Bairam in Moscow, 2015:

      Most of of the Muslim people (low seven digit figures) in Moscow are not “Russian” Russian — they either are from North Caucasus or, more likely, from a Central Asian “glorious” (C) Borat Sogdiev nation of Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and so on. Putin is sponsoring a number of far left and far right forces (including anti-Muslim ones) in Europe, but migration policies of Russia are fairly open to the Muslim migration from xUSSR / xEastern Block places.


  8. mazziflol says:

    Hey Sundance, you see this:

    Some of the narrative is rich!
    “he would name the place “Aylan Island,” in the memory of the Syrian toddler Aylan Kurdi, who drowned earlier this month trying to reach Europe with his family.”


  9. Mentalist says:

    Notice how easily these “migrants” are wiling to pick up rocks, sticks, bottles, metal rods, etc. and attack the police who are preventing them from crossing the border, but couldn’t see fit to pick up a weapon and fight for their homeland. Pathetic!

    Liked by 3 people

  10. NJF says:

    Gee, I guess Biden will think those evil people are all racists for closing the borders.


  11. rashamon says:

    ABC just announced that the U.S. Defense Department has spent $50 million training Syrians to fight ISIS and only four people are ready. There’s no response regarding this major failure.


  12. wondering999 says:

    Interesting: Hungary under Turkish/Ottoman occupation — climate change in the “puszta”
    ” As a result of this systematic destruction of the country, the once rich and fertile land lay fallow. Where once 25 or 30 villages stood in an area of 200,000 to 300,000 acres, only a single small country town survived. Large tracts of the country lay without the slightest trace of cultivation. Even grazing ceased, the ever-possible appearance of Turkish marauders had made it too risky. Weeds, windblown sand and gradual alkalization took possession of the desolate land.

    Thus was born the dreaded puszta. Travellers, some of them Englishmen, spoke with horror of the “terrible solitude” they found in many regions. The puszta was worse than the prairies of the American continent because it was man-made and not a natural wasteland. One area of the puszta near Debrecen, Hortobágy – now at least partly reclaimed grazing land – serves as a reminder of the complete desolation of the countryside from Debrecen to the southeastern parts of Transdanubia during and immediately after the Turkish occupation.

    “A change in climate accompanied this general destruction. The area was no longer healthy. Vapors from the large swamps, the unbearable heat of the days and unusually cold nights, the dearth of good drinking water and many other circumstances caused dangerous epidemics. Morbus Hungaricus was the medical name given to the most common illness, a kind of typhoid fever, but malaria and dysentery raged in camps and towns, too….Depopulating the country became an actual policy of the Turkish authorities. Apart from military matters, the Turks were never great organizers and they regarded the occupied territories in Hungary as a temporary annex to their empire, to be used only for military and strategic purposes. Their rule was characterized by the worst possible economic exploitation. To them Hungary was a kind of manpower reservoir. To sell the prisoners of war as slaves in the markets of Istanbul was in harmony with the morals of the age. But the Turks went further than that. They took even the peaceful inhabitants of occupied countries as slaves-men, women and children. Male children were prospective recruits for the famous Janissary regiments, composed mostly of non-Turkish soldiers who were captured as children in subjected territories…”

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    • Pete says:

      Archeologists in southern Europe are finding the remnants of a gigantic dead zone around the areas of early Islamic expansion where virtually all signs if life in once-thriving areas disappeared for 200 years. North Africa and the Middle East were once much greener. A combination of jihad and Islamic grazing practices seems to have denuded and emptied thousands of square miles land on two continents in the wake of the armies of Muhammad.

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      • wondering999 says:

        I’ve read something like that about Bulgaria under Ottoman occupation. This from the Bulgarian Embassy uses rather strong language. I imagine Bulgarian communities remember difficult histories that have not been taught in American universities
        “….This short-sighted policy of the West helped the Turks to continue their expansion in the Balkans. In 1378 the new political power of Islam, the Ottoman empire, went to fresh war against Bulgaria and Serbia. … Then the Turks fixed their eyes on Serbia and Bosnia. In 1389 they met the armies of the southern Slavs in a decisive battle on Kossovo Pole (meaning the Field of Blackbirds)…The bellicosity, or rather the enmity of Islamism to anything not conforming to its ideology and its uttermost intolerance to the European values, compelled the European political minds to organize a massive crusade against the Turks….The united forces of the Eastern and the Western Christians, having obviously disregarded their imbecile religious arguments in the face of the Islam, reached as far as Nicopolis. There, beneath the walls of the ancient Bulgarian fortress, the crussaders, lacking in coordinated and orderly command, let themselves be defeated by the Turks once again. …The Byzantine empire and the kingdom of Serbia were both destroyed a few decades after. The European Southeast found itself in the hands of a hostile Asiatic power. “


      • Les says:

        Goats and sheep kill pasture lands. Goats destroy trees and pull grass roots up killing the field. Young sheep bite off the tops of the grass but older sheep don’t have good teeth and rip out the roots.

        They are all gone now, but anyone familiar with the Sheep and Cattle Wars knows why cattlemen would kill to keep sheep off their grazing lands.


  13. Mentalist says:

    Btw, anyone see the irony in all of this? These “migrants” are fleeing the very thing (Islam) that they will eventually demand that countries in the European Union obfuscate to. If you doubt me, just look at the UK, where there are fast food restaurants that sell only halal foods and the government is ripping up prison cells so inmates aren’t forced to face Mecca while using the can.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Sandra says:

      They want things to be easier and nicer but don’t want to put in the effort to make them so. Notice that they all go toward the countries with the biggest benefits.

      Liked by 3 people

    • whuptdue says:

      The migrants became the muhammedan majority in their homelands…having jizyah’d to death the non-believing population, they seek greener pa$ture$.


  14. Sandra says:

    This makes me want to make my next (possibly last) Euro vacation destination be Hungary. I would love to reward them with my tourist money. Or heck just donate money to them.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Be Ge says:

      Apart from a must-see Budapest, I highly recommend the area around Lake Balaton (May to September while it is warm) and something like Miskolc (famous for all-year-round thermal spas with naturally warm mineral water ; in my take — the best out of all similar venues in the region — like those found in Slovakia, Ukraine and Romania). Good wine, spicy (but not really Mexican-hot) food, nice people and apart from local gypsies — a rather staggering lack of non-Caucasian people (this is similar to other places of the region — similar demographics is found is Slovakia, Poland or Western Ukraine).

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  15. Be Ge says:

    Fences work, period, albeit sometimes you need some human force to support them. Notice how things are done in a humane fashion. Hungarian “siloviki” only use water cannons and tear gas in response to stones, burning tires and flying fists with clubs. Everything is nice, non-lethal and conventional.

    Heck they even get them food:

    But not letting the islamist crowds in. So unlike our Mexican border.


    • Be Ge says:

      By the letter of the EU laws, these crowds are illegal; they all came to Serbo-Hungarian border via an EU nation of Greece and that is the place they are, as per the EU law, supposed to ask for asylum.


  16. Anti Invader says:

    Fire a warning shot. Then…..


  17. bob e says:

    put them in camps till they sort out what countries they come from .. then send them back ..


  18. I’m thinking that the nations of the EU need to install border fences that act like fishing weirs (or cattle chutes) that funnel these illegal border-crossers into railroad cars, trucks and/or ships that point straight back to the ME:


  19. ferdinand says:

    They come to my country and the first thing they do is attack us! Hurt our police, and destroy property! Germany, France etc. all they do is lying and blame us! Disgusting!


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