Friday, October 30, 2015

Syrian Refugees Not Happy With All the Cold and the Trees in Sweden: Complaining that Sweden is cold and has a lot of trees, is like visiting Syria and complaining that there's too much dirt and beheadings

 
by Daniel Greenfield 

Those poor, poor suffering Refugees. When they aren't complaining about the lack of WiFi and too much spaghetti in Italy. They're complaining that it's cold in Sweden and there are too many trees.
Complaining that Sweden is cold and has a lot of trees, is like visiting Syria and complaining that there's too much dirt and beheadings. If you didn't want cold and trees, you should have gone to Saudi Arabia.
Swedish authorities were called on Wednesday to remove a group of refugees who have refused to get off a bus after being taken to a village three days ago, saying it was “too cold” and isolated.
They were part of a group of 60 Syrians and Iraqis brought by bus on Sunday to Limedsforsen, close to the Norwegian border, to a village of wooden chalets where they were to stay while their asylum claims were assessed.
And now, they're protesting all the trees.
Two buses packed with refugees arrived at the park in Lima in west Sweden on Sunday, but around 30 passengers initially refused to disembark.

Charlotte Jacobsson, a press spokesperson for Sweden's Migration Board (Migrationsverket) confirmed to The Local that a number of the asylum seekers had felt uncomfortable being surrounded by so much forest.
It's time for Sweden to stop being so Islamophobic and cut down the trees and set so many of them on fire that the place warms up. And then maybe start a holy war over which version of Islam is correct so the migrants can feel more at home.
Also get them their own food.
For two days, a group of about 40 asylum-seekers staying at a refugee centre in the Veneto province of Belluno refused to eat the “pasta with tomato sauce, bread and eggs” meals they were given and called to be fed food from their own countries, Libero Quotidiano reported.
The refugees, said to have been staying at the centre for the past four months, also reportedly slashed the tires of cars belonging to staff working there in protest against living conditions.
Hey, you know what country has food from your country? Your country. You should go back there.
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1 comment:

Marcus Rhodes said...

Funny. That was the same complaint they made back when they invaded the first time.