WHO CARES? Let’em starve to death

4221396001_4486028420001_migrantsIllegal alien Muslim invaders on Serbian-Hungarian border go on hunger strike, demanding to be allowed to enter the EU. No Syrian refugees here, just Afghanis and Pakistanis – all military age, strapping young men ready to rape, rob, and freeload.

Reuters  About 150 illegal aliens, mainly from Afghanistan and Pakistan, on Monday started a hunger strike in a field in Serbia on the border with Hungary to demand passage to the European Union. 

Hungary's recently erected border fence
Hungary’s recently erected huge border fence to keep out the Muslims

The group, which initially numbered about 300 people, had travelled to the border over the weekend from Belgrade and settled in a field about 100 m (yards) from Hungary’s wire-fenced frontier with Serbia.

Last month Hungary limited the number of daily entries to a maximum of 30, creating a bottleneck in Serbia. It also allowed police send back illegal migrants detained within eight km (five miles) of its border with Serbia. 


The migrants on hunger strike, wearing red baseball hats, told Reuters they had travelled by train and on foot. Some said they have already been deported back to Serbia. 

They said said they would refuse food until Hungary opens the border.


“The food is (brought) here, but nobody wants to eat it. The border stays closed so we will sit here, they should open the border,” said Abdul Malek, an Afghan in his 40s. 

Aleksandar Vulin, Serbia’s minister for social affairs, said authorities would prevent any unrest. Migrants said they will protest peacefully. 


“We secured them accommodation and all their needs, but we will not tolerate anything that would evolve into endangering of public order,” Vulin said on Monday while visiting a refugee camp in the area. 


According Serbia’s commissariat for refugees, about 3,000 migrants remained stranded in the country, including 800 awaiting entry into the EU in camps at the Horgos and Kelebija border crossings with Hungary. 

Vulin said migrants deported from Hungary to Serbia must now apply for asylum or face expulsion.