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Balkan route is NOT closed:Thousands of Migrants Arrive at Hungarian Border Watch

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    Let's hope Hungary stands strong against EU and migrant pressure.

    300 migrants currently call this section of the border their home and are camped in makeshift shelters make of blankets and sticks or in tents. As new migrants come on a daily basis it proves that the so called Balkan route is hardly closed. Hungary has announced that they have registered some 15,000 migrants since the start of the year but the majority have only arrived since mid March and the trend shows no signs of slowing down.13,000 of the migrants were caught by Hungarian border security as they tried to cross the barbed wire fencing and even more are stranded on the Serbian side of the border.


    http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016...garian-border/
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    Mr. Boris did you make an account on TSR?
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    Good. Its been getting a bit boring lately for a lack of news
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    Good. Its been getting a bit boring lately for a lack of news
    Has it?

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...3#post65269183
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    invaders. they should be treated with force

    Cant start calling every person trying to break into another country a 'migrant' now. Utter idiocy. Giving them sympathy when it's the nations they're breaking into which deserve the sympathy of these selfish pigs.
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    12,000 migrants is nothing these days
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    12,000 migrants is nothing these days
    12000 in a week
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    (Original post by plstudent)
    12000 in a week
    Still nothing these days

    12,000 a week translates to around 624,000 a year, which is nothing
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    (Original post by plstudent)
    12000 in a week
    This, I have to agree with you! It's way too much already. Countries can barely afford their own people!
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    Still nothing these days
    12,000 a week translates to around 624,000 a year, which is nothing
    It's quite a bit considering it is only one source of immigration and that immigrants target specific countries.
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    Breitbart used the article from the Spiegel, a german Lügenpresse. I have chekced Serbian and Hungarian media outleats. There is two camps who together containes 324 persons. It is muslims that got stranded in Serbia when the route was closed. Hungary is checking 20 persons per day whether they are eligible to asylium. So, no there is no "new Idomeni" right now as Spiegel lies. The Route is blocked and nobody is coming.
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    (Original post by plstudent)
    Let's hope Hungary stands strong against EU and migrant pressure.

    300 migrants currently call this section of the border their home and are camped in makeshift shelters make of blankets and sticks or in tents. As new migrants come on a daily basis it proves that the so called Balkan route is hardly closed. Hungary has announced that they have registered some 15,000 migrants since the start of the year but the majority have only arrived since mid March and the trend shows no signs of slowing down.13,000 of the migrants were caught by Hungarian border security as they tried to cross the barbed wire fencing and even more are stranded on the Serbian side of the border.


    http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016...garian-border/
    My goodness. It is almost as if these people are doing their own thing. Who would have thought?
 
 
 
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