The Great Syrian Refugee Hoax

The European Union is currently accepting tens of thousands of refugees monthly who claim to be Syrian. We are willing to accept these people because they are fleeing violence and death, but how many are really from Syria?

Pakistani And Bangladeshi Refugees Arriving In Lesbos.

Pakistani And Bangladeshi Refugees Arriving In Lesbos.

Evidence has now come to light that very many are indeed not, and are nothing more than economic refugees from places like Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh, along with some African States. Serbian border police say that 90% of those arriving from Macedonia, some 3,000 a day, claim they are Syrian although they have no documents to prove it.

“You can see that something is fishy when most of those who cross into Serbia enter January first as the date of their birth,” said border police officer Miroslav Jovic. “Guess that’s the first date that comes to their mind.” The chief of the European Union border agency Frontex, Fabrice Leggeri, said that trafficking in fake Syrian passports has increased. “A lot of people enter Turkey with fake Syrian papers, because they know that they’ll get asylum in the EU more easily,” said.

Pointing out a black African, a Syria refugee said, “There are too many people saying we are from Syria, but he is not from Syria. He is black and he said ‘I am from Syria.’ Unbelievable.” German customs officials have intercepted many packages of passports sent to Germany, some fake and some genuine.

Misguided People. Genuine Refugees Yes, But Economic Ones No!

Misguided People. Genuine Refugees Yes, But Economic Ones No!

Serbian border patrols have found many discarded passports, identity cards, driving licences and other identity documents in fields along the border fence put up by Hungary. Most of the documents are from Pakistani’s and people from Bangladesh. From this it is clear that many refugees are from countries that are not at war, and are therefore here purely for economic reasons, and yet there are still some misguided souls among us that wish to welcome them.

Among those who had no second thoughts about ditching their true identity was Rafik from Pakistan.”I’m leaving my old life behind,” said Rafik, who gave only his first name because he feared repercussions when applying for asylum in Germany. “I’m starting a new one. I don’t have a passport, nor any other identity paper,” he said, as he dashed under the fence into Hungary. “Let’s see which country they will choose to kick me back to.”

These people believe they have a greater chance of being accepted if they have forged papers, or none at all and say they are from Syria. This is the main reason why we have so many tens of thousands of ‘refugees’ entering Europe.

No Families

No Families

A very, very large portion of them are bogus and it remains to be seen what happens in the next year. As I have said previously, the largest portion of these refugees are young to middle-aged men without families. You can see that on every piece of news footage and it makes me think about where this will lead us in the future.

Another danger is that when we allow all these young and middle-aged men into Europe, they will set about bringing their families here too. So we accept one hundred thousand refugees, and within a year or two that swells to over half a million as their families arrive. What chance do our Social, Housing and Health Services have when that happens?

Islamic State Perhaps?

Islamic State Perhaps?

It is known by the authorities that Islamic State fighters are crossing into Europe disguised as refugees, so it makes me wonder what will happen in the next year or two. With so many fit young men entering, we could end up with a major problem within a short time.

While I feel extremely sorry for those who are fleeing the violence in Syria and Iraq and would welcome them with open arms, we are putting ourselves in extreme danger by accepting these economic refugees.

No matter what Angela Merkel says, there are not enough jobs around to take all these people, and their presence will cripple all Social Services in a short space of time.

I also find it extremely discomforting to hear that after a certain period these people will be given permission to stay permanently. This is not the right path! We should be prepared to give them residence only until the troubles in their homeland are solved but not give them permanent citizenship. This may sound harsh, but it is the right way to go.

Birthrate Comparison

Birthrate Comparison

The birthrate of the Islamic people far outstrips that of indigenous Europeans by five or six to one, so what does that say about the European continent in about twenty years time? Within that time frame they may become nearly 50% of the population, and in a few more years will outnumber us. That will be about the time when Europe becomes an Islamic state.

Refugees In Arab States

Refugees In Arab States

You also have to look at what would happen if the roles were reversed. Suppose that war breaks out in Europe and hundreds of thousands of people head south for asylum in the Arab States of the Middle East. Does anyone really think they would accept us with open arms? We are all Christian nations, and in many Islamic states Christianity is outright forbidden on pain of death.

These Middle Eastern States have already closed off their borders with Iraq and Syria and will not accept any refugees, although Jordan, the exception, does have a small number of refugee camps for them, but it is the only country.

While we are duty bound, which I accept, to help refugees from war-torn countries like Iraq and Syria, Europe is now being swamped with bogus refugees who are here only to improve their living standards. While you cannot condemn them for that, they are doing it at the cost of the European economy, and pretty soon all of us will be in dire straits.

European Union

European Union

While the decisions to take in refugees have been taken by some individual governments, the dictates from the European Council have also been a problem in this area. This is one reason why Britain is to hold a referendum in 2017 on leaving the union. This would make Britain an individual country that is not under the heel of those in Brussels.

A recent poll suggests that now 51% of British people are for leaving the European Union, up from 46% in a poll taken last July. Although I never put much faith in these polls, it is an indication of the trend in British thinking. Many fear the current trend in the refugee situation, and as many as 22% of the ‘No’ voters said they could change their minds if this situation continues.

The Endless Stream

The Endless Stream

It is fairly certain that the refugee crisis is far from over, because the more people we accept into Europe, the more will try to come here. The figures may well drop as the winter sets in, but you can bet your life that next spring it will start all over again. If there is even a vague chance of being accepted in Europe with their entire family, they will try.

The Future?

The Future?

The only thing that can stop that will be if the Islamic State terrorists currently moving into Europe start attacks on the continent. If that happens we could see major military action in many European countries as our armed forces are made to fight a domestic war in their own country. One Islamic State source has reported that several weeks ago at least four thousand I.S. had landed in Europe disguised as refugees. How many more are there in this current influx of people? As I recently reported, I.S. is now telling those who want to go to Syria and Iraq to fight with them to stay and begin carrying out terrorist attacks in their home countries.

Food for thought!

Roy.

5 Responses to “The Great Syrian Refugee Hoax”

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  2. Where is your evidence? There is no provenance for any of your allegations. The fact that people give January 1st as their date of birth means nothing. Many older people who come from villagers are unsure of their exact date of birth simply because it was not registered until a parent traveled to the city or town. I am not disputing that this will change the face of Europe, it will. We must remember that much of the problem was created by the US and her allies. Instead of dismissing the crisis as a hoax (with no evidence) perhaps you should consider why the countries such as Saudi Arabia are not taking any refugees.

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    • Hi Charlie and welcome,
      I cannot believe anyone could be so naive as yourself. The evidence is all around us and I am sure you will realize your error when Islamic State begin attacks in Europe. I called it a hoax because so many of the so-called refugees are not from Syria but say so because they think they will be accepted. Why have the Macedonian border police found hundreds of discarded passports and I.D. cards from Pakistani’s and people from Bangladesh on the border? Perhaps you can answer me that! I have already stated that with the exception of Jordan, none of the Arab States have taken in a single refugee from the fighting in Iraq and Syria. This is a fact, not my imagination.
      Best Regards,
      Roy.

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  3. Hi Roy,
    Your blog is definitely an eye-opener. This whole so called crisis, seem more or less like a great migration. Europe will be changed for ever, and not in a good way. You have a whole bunch of people, who have never gotten used to accepting other cultures or religion. they are anti-everything that is not them. Mixing them with Europe, could lead to a huge disaster for Europe and the rest of the world. I would not be surprised if terrorists enter Europe as refugees, take the food and shelter that Mamma Angelina Merkel is giving them and then strike back when they have the chance!

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    • Hi Kevin, and welcome.
      I agree 100%. Europe will be changed forever, especially as these people do not wish to accept and become part of our culture as we have seen in Britain and other countries. It is certain that at some time in the future the politicians will be very sorry they have let so many in.
      Best Regards,
      Roy.

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