Kittensinurface: My Hometown Migrant Adventure!

Monday, May 9, 2016

Here is an informal little 'documentary' I created about the migrants in my town in northwestern Hungary.

At least 300 of them live today in the camp of Vámosszabadi (even though the holding capacity is supposed to be only 260), but they are free to travel to nearby towns and villages and even to Budapest. They are from a wide range of Arab and African countries: Afghanistan is the most common.

If you are curious about what a few hundred mostly-male migrants can do to a Hungarian town, then here is the bare truth.

Obviously, I staunchly oppose mass migration, race mixing, and migration from third world countries to Europe in general, but I remained friendly and neutral to the migrants I met.