The funeral of the drowned “Syrian” (actually Kurdish) boy Aylan Kurdi in his hometown of Kobane, Syria, less than two days after his death at sea off the Turkish coast, has definitely exposed as a lie the claims that the nonwhite invasion of Europe is the result of “war refugees.”
Kobane is 869 miles (1,400 kilometers) from Bodrum in Turkey, where the Kurdish boy was drowned after his parents irresponsibly loaded him onto an overcrowded dinghy, and is supposedly—if the controlled mass media is to be believed, in the middle of a “war zone.”
Yet Aylayn Kurdi’s father Abdullah was able to take the bodies of not only Aylan, but also of his brother Ghalib and his wife Rehan, back to Kobane where they were buried, once again before the waiting press cameras.
The question which can well be asked is therefore, if the Kurdi family was “fleeing a war zone,” why was it possible for Abdullah Kurdi to travel so easily back to his hometown and arrange full public funerals in Kobane?
The very definition of a “war refugee” is, according to the official United Nations definition, as contained in the 1951 Refugee Convention:
“a person who is outside his or her country of nationality or habitual residence; has a well-founded fear of being persecuted because of his or her race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion; and is unable or unwilling to avail him—or herself of the protection of that country, or to return there, for fear of persecution.” (see Article 1A(2)).
The fact that Abdullah Kurdi could return overnight to Kobane to bury his family shows clearly that he—and all the so-called “refugees” do not qualify as “refugees” in any sense:
–They are not being persecuted because of their race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion;
–They are able and willing to avail themselves of the protection of Syria (otherwise they would not have been able to go back there so easily); and
–They are easily able to return to their home without fear of persecution.
In other words, even under the UN’s own definition, the Kurdi family were not “refugees” in any sense of the word.
Furthermore, as the controlled media has now been forced to admit, the Kurdi family had been living in Turkey for three years before even trying to invade Europe—after their legal application to immigrate to Canada had been turned down by the Canadian authorities.
Further evidence of the outright lies being used by the nonwhite invaders, and their liberal promoters in the controlled mass media, came with the results of an in situ inspection of a “refugee center” in Mineo, Sicily, by the leader of the Lega Nord party, Matteo Salvini.
Writing on his Facebook page, Salvini pointed out that of the 3,042 “refugees” in the center, only two had actually come from any of the supposed “war zones.”
He said that all the rest came from other Third World countries, including India and Bangladesh. (“Is there a war there?” he asked.)
“Refugees or illegal immigrants? Do you see now?” Salvini concluded, correctly pointing out that the nonwhites had no right to be in Europe at all.
Meanwhile, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has joined the growing ranks of Central European nations to warn of the danger posed by the nonwhite invasion.
Hitting out at Germany for saying it would accept requests from “Syrians” regardless of where they entered the European Union—a move which also breaks all previously established European Union rules—Orban said that this was only encouraging the invasion.
He also announced that Hungary is building a fence and tightening migration rules that it says will close Hungary off to migrants as of September 15.
“The reality is that Europe is threatened by a mass inflow of people, many tens of millions of people could come to Europe,” Orban told public radio in a regular Friday interview.
“Now we talk about hundreds of thousands but next year we will talk about millions and there is no end to this,” he said.
In May this year, Orban sent personal letters to eight million Hungarian voters in which he pledged to protect their livelihoods from immigrants. In July he said “political correctness in Europe” had enforced a “guilt-ridden silence” on the links between immigration and violent crime.