Muslim refugees wreak havoc at Austria's border
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Several reports of attacks on tourists in Budapest and Germany were caused by Muslim refugees seeking asylum in Europe. Mainstream media has failed to show the other side of migrants that are trying to find sanctuary in the region.
MUNTINLUPA CITY, PHILIPPINES (Catholic Online) - Muslim refugees trying to find homes across Europe started a commotion in Budapest. They chanted "allahu akbar" and shouted "f**k you" during battles with police.
A clip has been circulating the internet, showing the Muslims also chanting the phrase in France. The video was taken from inside a passenger train.
In Italy, near the Austrian border, an elderly Italian woman was grabbed by her hair and pulled from her car by a group of "aggressive young men" who were attempting to steal the vehicle as a means to reach Germany. Other groups in the area threw excrement at bystanders.
A huge crowd of immigrants located on the border of Italy and Austria continued to show aggression toward civilians in the area.
One eyewitness said the people were "vulgar, throwing bottles, shouting 'We want Germany!' ... My question is- for what purpose? How do they want to assimilate in Germany?" The witness continued to shared their experience with the rowdy group of immigrants, saying, "They tried to topple the bus I was in. They threw feces at us, banging on the door for the driver to open it, spat on the glass ... For a moment, I felt like I was in a warzone. I really feel sorry for these people, but if they would reach Poland - I do not think they would receive any understanding from us."
Reports claim some of the so-called "refugees" are actually economic migrants who are after a higher standard of living and are not actually trying to escape the war or persecution from ISIS.
Fear of the third world immigrants repopulating Europe and overthrowing its native population is fast becoming a concern to Europe's citizens.
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