Muslim migrants set fire to the Brezice refugee camp and proceed to take selfies. Check it out — he’s making the victory sign…
The migrants demand that they be allowed to continue their journey on to Austria and beyond.
This camp is in Slovenia, where now there are more Muslim migrants than actual Slovenians.
“Fire breaks out at Slovenia refugee camp housing thousands” RT
“Fire Destroys Part Of Refugee Camp Hosting Thousands Of People,” Huffington Post
“Fire tears through Slovenian camp housing thousands of migrants,” Daily Mail
Google translate: In the reception center in Brežice it started, there was a chaos – Migrants have lit a fire and fuel used as tents, fire brigade had many problems before they can begin to extinguish – Some arsonists were before the ashes photographed and worked selfije – burned 27 tents, damaged luckily it was not , but police officers rescued 9 people who were at the time the Agora burned. In the evening, the center in Šentilj again arbitrarily left around 2,200 refugees who went to Austria .
V sprejemnem centru v Brežicah je zagorelo, nastal je kaos – Migranti so zakurili ognje in za gorivo porabili tudi šotore, gasilci so imeli precej težav, preden so lahko začeli gasiti – Nekateri požigalci so se pred pogoriščem fotografirali oziroma so delali selfije – Pogorelo je 27 šotorov, poškodovanih k sreči ni bilo, so pa policisti rešili 9 ljudi, ki so v času, ko je zagorelo, spali. Zvečer je center v Šentilju znova samovoljno zapustilo okoli 2200 beguncev, ki so odšli v Avstrijo. (thanks to Faustina)
A tense situation in the border town of Brezice in Slowenia has erupted…where some 1,500 to 2,000 refugees to arrive last night were being detained at a camp. In this video one can see the army was called in to help control the situation. Police and firefighters try in vain to stop the blaze…set by the refugees themselves. Families, women and children are among the group and are obviously in certain danger if the blaze cannot be stopped. The refugees demand that they be allowed to continue their journey on to Austria and beyond. (thanks to Faustina)
Courtesy of Pamela Geller.