Could this whole refugee crisis really be seen as an invasion? If most of the refugees showing up in Hungary could be described as people entering as an enemy with intention to: cause trouble, take possession, or infringe on the host, the classification would be absolutely correct.
To look at the situation as a refugee crisis, one would be heartless to point out the underlying attitude of these immigrants, and the situation that exists to have caused many to readily leave their home countries, in order to claim other lands. However, those are exactly the issues that must be raised.
It can be safely said that Donald Trump has broken the glass ceiling of political correctness in America. The same may be said of Hungary’s Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, in Europe when discussing his thoughts about the influx of hundreds of thousands of refugees into his country.
According to Reuters, Orban stated this about the arrival of mostly Muslim immigrants into his country.
“…I think we have a right to decide that we do not want a large number of Muslim people in our country. We do not like the consequences of having a large number of Muslim communities that we see in other countries and I do not see any reason for anyone else to force us to create ways of living together in Hungary that we do not want to see. That is a historical experience for us.”
He goes on further,
“We Hungarians are full of fear, people in Europe are full of fear because they see that the European leaders … are not able to control the situation,”
The widespread harrowing pictures of a young Syrian boy’s body that had washed up on a Turkish beach, or the thousands of refugees storming a Hungarian train station that blanketed the media in the past several days were meant to conjure up emotion and spur one into action.
The three year old boy drowned when the boat which held him capsized on its way from Turkey to Greece. According to the Wall Street Journal,
“His final journey was supposed to end in sanctuary in Europe; instead it claimed his life and highlighted the plight of desperate people caught in the gravest refugee crisis since World War II.”
The plight of these desperate refugees is the fact that they have militant muslims constantly killing, raping, and torturing people in their country. These photos should invoke a righteous anger towards who is causing this problem. It isn’t selfish and unfeeling people who don’t want to take these refugees into their countries. It is the religion of peace, Islam, that is at the root of this refugee crisis. Yet the media and the left miss the mark continuously on this essential fact.
When observing these pictures one should note the obvious disproportionate number of men as compared to women and children. Let’s just say these men could not be compared with those on the Titanic. In fact, it doesn’t look like many women or children are among the throngs of mostly young, fit men.
Most people would imagine a refugee to be one who is worn out, hungry, humble, and grateful for any assistance offered, not this crowd. They are definitely refugees with attitude. Videos also speak loud and clear, and chances are the mainstream media won’t be showing how rude the invaders were to the Hungarian police who tried to offer food and water to them. See embedded clip above.
In addition, the photos show anger and frustration on the faces of these men who have just come from a place in which atrocities were the norm instead of a rarity. Imagine how well they will mesh with the quiet European lifestyle. But, the Europeans will be expected to roll out the red carpet for these folks, and share their wealth, or else be seen as uncharitable.
There is no doubt of the suffering taking place at the hands of militant Islamists, especially among the women, children, and the elderly. Unfortunately, like Europe, the United States is being shamed into taking more refugees within their communities.
Sadly, the influx of these refugees not only drains the respective country economically, as many are uneducated and cannot find jobs readily, but more specifically the Sharia compliant Muslim changes the very fabric of the culture in the country of which they inhabit.
There are few Christian refugees among these hordes of people pouring out of Syria, because they are afraid to even venture into the Muslim controlled UN refugee camps for fear of their lives. Therefore, the millions of dollars given to help the displaced, go directly to the Muslim population, while the Christians hide in churches and other uninhabited places to try and survive.
Viktor Orban is one of a few who grasps the gravity of this situation. In the final thoughts of his article he profoundly states,
“Let us not forget, however, that those arriving have been raised in another religion, and represent a radically different culture. Most of them are not Christians, but Muslims. This is an important question, because Europe and European identity is rooted in Christianity. Is it not worrying in itself that European Christianity is now barely able to keep Europe Christian? If we lose sight of this, the idea of Europe could become a minority interest in its own continent.”
Europe and the United States are experiencing the same invasion that threatens the very foundations of their countries. A steadily declining involvement in Christianity over the years in Europe, coupled with a heavily Muslim population as a result of immigration, may tip the scales towards an Islamic State. What will be the ramifications here in America where Christianity is being vilified by our own government?
Whether you agree or not, we are in the middle of a Holy War. The sooner we start approaching it that way, the easier it is to decide, like Hungary, who will have the privilege of residing within our borders.