The European Migrant Crisis and Historical Amnesia: A Personal Testament from Austria | The Liberty Conservative:
"The migrant crisis has, like an uncontrolled blaze tumbling through a dense forest, left few parts of Europe untouched.
...apprised me of a story regarding an abandoned lorry found on the highway to Vienna: 60 migrants were found dead, having needlessly suffocated during illegal transport through the country.
...I cannot think of my time among my Austrian relatives without tasting the bitterness that goes along with the most delicious sort of historical irony, where Europeans, instead of fighting their conquerors as before, have now welcomed them with open arms.
...Now turn your attention to the modern-day migrants.
...These young men and the occasional family passed through these camps and Turkey – as well as Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, and yes, even Austria – to get to Germany or some Scandinavian country such as Sweden, where they would receive the most generous support in the form of welfare benefits.
...What is more, the vast majority of the migrants I have just described are not European, neither culturally nor ethnically, unlike the refugees of Eastern Europe.
Both in point of fact and morally, refugees from communism and migrants from the Third World are not equivalent.
...A native of Budapest, without prompting, launches into something of a tirade concerning the migrant crisis.
...He laments the fact that the majority of migrants are young men who readily commit crime.
He also decries what he calls “lies”: he emphatically states he and his fellow Hungarians were told the people fleeing terror and bloodshed in the Middle East were families and children, not these young men.
He feels cheated..."