George Soros, Inc.: Catastrophe Tourism at the Serbo-Hungarian Border

Readers who have been around for a while will remember the scenes at the border between Hungary and Serbia in the late summer of 2015, after the Hungarian government closed the border crossings. Masses of refugees — aided by various NGOs — rioted outside the new barriers, throwing rocks and bottles at Hungarian police in their attempts to crash the border.

Now it seems the Gutmenschen are already nostalgic for those heady days of dead babies on the beach and “welcome refugees” signs at the railway stations. Never averse to cashing in on an opportune trend, the George Soros conglomerate has organized tourist excursions to the Hungarian border to revisit the great battlefields of 2015.

Many thanks to CrossWare for translating this video report, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

0:00   An organization that can be tied to George Soros is arranging tourist trips to the border.
0:04   Our channel’s show “The Informant” introduced an NGO from Szeged called MIGSZOL.
0:08   The activities of the Migration-Solidarity group [short name is MigSzol — translator]
0:12   mostly attract foreigners to the border, to the area where incidents occurred two years ago,
0:16   bringing tourists to the key locations in the migration crisis.
0:20   This is the video that both the migrant-supporting local and international media
0:24   tried to hide because in the recording the perpetrator of the Nice terror attack
0:28   can be seen as he protests in favor of letting the migrants into Europe.
0:32   This, from the Italian-French border, shows the Tunisian terrorist
0:36   who in July 2016 drove into the celebrating crowd with a truck,
0:40   killing 87 people in Nice. A couple of weeks before his attack
0:44   he demonstrated with radical migrant-supporting organizations,
0:48   for an acceleration of the migration. The radicals who protested alongside the
0:52   the terrorist of Nice are everywhere, wherever they can stir up trouble
0:56   between the migrants and the authorities.
1:00   These organizations are helped and supported by the migrants stuck at the Hungarian border too.
1:04   I would like to go to Germany, but there is some problem at the border
1:08   in the direction of Hungary and Croatia.
1:12   So now we are going to Greece. —But the chaos was not just at the French-Italian border.
1:16   Two years ago the Serbian-Hungarian border was stormed by migrants .
1:20   This footage was recorded in the Vajdaság city of Magyarkanizsa [ethnic Hungarian, just inside Serbia]
1:24   Migrants overran the city and made the life of the locals a living hell.
1:28   The mayor of the city, has a hard time when he has to remember those days.
1:32   In this city, with a population of about eight to nine thousand,
1:36   “In September around five to six thousand people crossed daily.
1:40   Of course, all migrants.” —Of the height of the migrant crisis,
1:44   the locals also have vivid memories. —“There was a horrific
1:48   quantity of garbage, dirt and infection they left behind.” [“infection” = urine and feces — transl.]
1:52   Now that there is a fence,
1:56   this is reduced to practically zero. But there are some
2:00   who have pleasant memories of the migration crisis. An organization
2:04   that can be tied into George Soros, arranging tourist trips to the border.
2:08   The MIGSZOL, or Migrant Solidarity organization, mostly for foreigners attracted
2:12   to the Serbian-Hungarian border, takes them to those places that
2:16   played key roles during the explosion of the migration crisis two years ago.
2:20   Our show “The Informant” conducted an interview with the spokesperson for the organization.
2:24   who talked about at great length, how impacted the migrants
2:28   how they lived through those events two years ago. —“Here the word ‘catastrophe’
2:32   is not really the way to describe it, but what those people experienced,
2:36   those people who lived through the events, who were here two years ago.”
2:40   But right now we marched in the opposite direction as we approached the border from Szeged.
2:44   Is only the migrants’ point of view represented here?
2:48   Or were perhaps the Serbian and Hungarian locals,
2:52   the experiences of the inhabitants of the southern region, also taken into consideration?
2:56   Of course. In the city Röszke, I had a long chat with the locals about
3:00   how difficult this time was for them. MIGSZOL openly admits
3:04   its migrant-supporting ideology, supported by George Soros.
3:08   Whenever necessary they generate conflicts, but it seems catastrophe-tourism also
3:12   part of their repertoire.

5 thoughts on “George Soros, Inc.: Catastrophe Tourism at the Serbo-Hungarian Border

  1. Aaaawww , everyones pet-billionaire , never to miss out on an oppotunity , even if ever so indirectly , isn’t it just so cute . By the way , Georgiboy , there’s a barely audible whispering about a number of italian ports coming up for sale shortly , got some change left ? Ya’ know , opportunities and chance favours a prepared mind and so on……

  2. I guess my overwhelming reaction is to wonder how there could be ordinary people so stupid and so evil as to celebrate and commemorate the chaos and disaster of the huge influx of low-skill, low-IQ, alien-to-civilized-norms immigrants into what used to be a fairly functional and comfortable Europe.

    There is a core of people who are not responsive to facts, images, reasoning…anything. They are driven to follow their narrative.

    Also, we habitually describe countries like Sweden, Germany, England as soft totalitarian states. It’s hard to see the soft aspect of their totalitarianism. The media is rigidly controlled, dissenters are prosecuted and jailed, the government colludes with violent street thugs to disrupt the opposition rallies. I would like someone to show me the soft part of these totalitarian governments.

    It’s an amazing phenomenon that Merkel’s party, the CDU, still polls the largest number of votes, with the only anti-immigration party looking to get barely enough votes to have a representation in parliament. There is something to be said for a particular German character, but I don’t have any doubt that the rigid suppression of real news about immigrants and their effects plays a large role. It’s a difficult mind-set to see your own government as the real enemy. A controlled news allows you to continue the fiction that somebody up there cares about your well-being.

    After the East German regime fell, there were actually tourist re-enactment trips of life in the DDR, including small crumbling apartments, bland food, an intrusive police presence, and of course the piece de resistance: the knowledge that at least one person in your group, possibly your spouse, was reporting the actions and thoughts to the authorities.

    Merkel, in her benevolence for the German people, is trying to bring this vacation bliss to the entire population of Germany.

  3. The image/footage of the perpetrator of the Nice truck massacre next to the “refugee”, essentially on stage, agitating for the admission of “refugees” into Europe is perfect. It should be an image picturable and vivid in the minds of every Westerner. The odd thing is that this, July 2017, is the first time I’ve seen this September 2015 image.

    By contrast the (obviously staged) photograph of the dead drowned refugee child on the beach (the son of a Syrian man who had been settled in Turkey for several years, but was en route to Germany for free dental work and who, unlike his son, DID have a life jacket on) is seared into the memory of every Westerner courtesy of the MSM.

    The two images together tell a very ugly story of the fraudulence and lethal threat inherent in the Great Migration of 2015.

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