Nickelsdorf, a small town of 1,600 in Austria, discovered what happens when they opened their borders to “migrants” and “refugees” from the Middle East and North Africa — garbage and human feces everywhere.
The Vienna website unzensuriert.at reports (Google translation), Oct. 10, 2015, that the 1,600 inhabitants of the border town of Nickelsdorf are “literally overwhelmed” by “illegal immigrants” who left “an orgy of waste and feces wherever you look.”
Anyone seeing “the uncontrollable crowds and their behavior” realizes that “Austria has lost sovereignty over its borders.” Both the army and the police seem helpless to do anything, lacking “the political will.”
The population of the border town are similarly resigned. For months now, the women of Nickelsdorf no longer travel alone by bike or on foot to avoid being “confronted alone by a crowd of love-hungry young foreign men.”
Town residents’ use of trains (that transport the “aliens” to Vienna) are also affected. Witnesses say “all train cars are extremely dirty and had to be cleaned and disinfected. Some are so polluted, they are no longer usable. Many of the immigrants from the Middle East” are unfamiliar with “western toilets – just as with any type of waste disposal.”
Commuters report that the “hundreds of refugees” who recently occupied Arena Nova, the indoor multi-purpose stadium in Wiener Neustadt, Austria, “defecated everywhere” and “completely ruined” the stadium’s “mobile toilets”.
There are “rumors that a number of police cadets who were employed here in Nickelsdorf are fighting a losing battle and are suffering from unspecified ailments.”
Many of Nickelsdorf’s residents “feel completely abandoned by the government.” One man compares their present siege to the end of the Second World War when Austrians “were defenseless, at the mercy of marauding Russians.“
One volunteer, evidently “distraught,” said that “we repeatedly are insulted by the refugees calling us Christians whores.” Others do not understand why the migrants have “the blessing of the federal government to march uncontrolled into their country.” They note that among the migrants were “the strangest types,” including Chinese people seemingly from Mongolia or similar areas — not Syrians. There is a persistent rumor that Hungary “exploited the chaos to empty their overcrowded prisons.”
There are also persistent reports of Ruhr, an infectious intestinal disease. After the Catholic Church in Nickelsdorf briefly housed “refugees” in an empty house, the house had to be disinfected by the health authorities. Residents are asking “Why have we not seen or heard anything about it in the media? Why we are not informed about what‘s going on here?”
H/t Clash Daily
The garbage left behind by the “migrant” invaders of Europe are reminiscent of the trash left behind by America’s migrant invaders across the Mexican border. Here are pics taken by residents of Tucson, Arizona, of the debris those invaders left behind in the wash that leads directly north to Tucson.
If you think Arizona is making this stuff up, here’s an account by FoxNews, May 7, 2008:
In 2006 alone, more than 1.18 million pounds of trash was collected along southern Arizona border, many in the meeting spots where immigrants rest, change clothes and wait to hitch a ride further north with a smuggler.
Arizonia officials have spent approximately $4.4 million over five years to clean up the mess, that continues to build with each crossing. Nearly $1 million was spent for 2007 from a base BLM appropriation….
Since 2003, the Arizona BLM has run a project to mitigate the damage caused by the migration of illegal immigrants along the state’s border with Mexico. Click here to read the BLM’s latest report on the cleanup (PDF).
“What we’re beginning to wonder is how extensive is the problem?” McFarlin said. “How many millions of pounds of garbage? How many roads are really damaged? How many miles of illegal trails?” McFarlin’s agency works with local government, student volunteers and civic groups to bag trash in wilderness areas frequented by immigrants. The BLM also disguises smuggling roads by planting new vegetation over the desert tracks carved by smugglers.
“The first thing you notice if you were to drive across some of this land is you see water bottles, lots of water bottles,” McFarlin said. “Where people stop to wait to be picked up — we call them ‘layup’ spots — then you will see more of the clothing, medicine bottles, papers, everything. “We recently cleaned up one location with almost 4,000 backpacks left behind,” she said. “We’ve seen it time and time again, where we go in and clean up these areas and within months they’re just filled again with the same debris.”
If these actions had been done in one of our Northwest forests or seashore national parks, there would be an uprising of outraged environmentalists. Strange that when it’s happening on the Arizona-Mexican border, no one cares.
You won’t see these pictures on CNN, CBS, ABC, or NBC. Nor will they mention the disease that comes from the uncovered human waste left in our desert.