LAZY “REFUGEE” WENT TO EUROPE, DIDN’T GET FREE STUFF, WENT HOME
“If I was in danger, I wouldn’t have come back”
This guy should really be the face of the Syria/Iraq refugee movement. Lazy, entitled and whiny.
Faisal Uday Faisal had high expectations when he packed his bags for Europe in September.
After quitting his job making tea and cleaning for the Ministry of Education in Baghdad, he set off to Turkey to join more than a million refugees and migrants who have made their way to the continent in the past year.
“My dream since I was a child was to go to Europe,” he said. “I was imagining a beautiful life, a secure life, with an apartment and a salary.”
He wasn’t running away from anything. He had a job. He just wanted to get a bunch of stuff in Europe that he wasn’t entitled to.
“It was a boring life there, their food even a cat wouldn’t eat it,” Faisal said of his two months in an asylum center near the Swedish city of Malmo. “I went to Europe and discovered Europe is just an idea. Really, it’s just like Bab al-Sharji,” he said, referring to a Baghdad market neighborhood.
Malmo has a lot of Muslims so parts of it probably do look like Baghdad. Sweden is badly overloaded with “refugees” like Faisal so it’s not remotely able to cope. Malmo shelters are overloaded, because Muslims keep insisting on Malmo while refusing efforts to resettle them in other, less Muslim, parts of the country. And there are only so many beds and so much space to go around.
Muslim migrants come expecting freebies and then get upset because they aren’t given everything on a silver platter.
Bazaa’s decision on where to go is based on what he has heard from friends and relatives about the Nordic countries’ tradition of strong social welfare systems that provide food, housing and employment to all and their longstanding practice of accepting immigrants.
Back to our friend Faisal, who decided to lie his way into becoming a refugee.
Faisal concedes that he left for economic reasons, the kind of asylum applicant European authorities are trying to sift out from those fleeing violence. He said he decided to “arrange a story” about being threatened by Iraqi militias. “If I was in danger, I wouldn’t have come back,” he said.
Out of the mouth of migrants.
Large numbers of “refugees” are leaving Europe. Plenty
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