Asylum seekers were previously upset about slow Internet, lack of free money to buy cigarettes
Paul Joseph Watson
Migrants in the Netherlands, who previously complained about slow Internet and not being given enough money to buy cigarettes, are now sleeping on the streets in protest against not having televisions in all their rooms.
A group of around 30 ‘refugees’ slept on the streets of the Hague this week because they were “dissatisfied with the facilities in the emergency shelters,” according to a report by NOS.nl.
The migrants are being housed in the former Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment, but they are not happy with the lack of entertainment being provided by the government.
“This is not a life, if you enter a room without TV, with just a bed and even a fridge,” said one of the refugees.
A video of the migrants suggests most of them are Syrian refugees, who would presumably be grateful to escape war and ISIS persecution without feeling the need to complain about the lack of television.
The migrants also complained about the food being the same every day and their doors not having locks, as well as the rooms being too small and not including private kitchens.
As we previously highlighted, asylum seekers in the Netherlands were also filmed complaining about slow wi-fi connections while whining about being “bored,” having to eat average food and