Major media outlets such as the BBC, CNN and NBC continue to paint the crisis as a spontaneous event caused by people “fleeing conflicts in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan,” as the BBC reported. But those conflicts have been going on for years and the war-refugee narrative was refuted by a former Egyptian military officer in an interview with WND earlier this week. The surge at Croatia’s border started after Hungary closed off its border three days ago.
Thousands of migrants broke through Croatian police lines at Tovarnik and Bezdan, overwhelming the border patrol units who refrained from using non-lethal force, such as water cannons or tear gas.
Croatia’s interior minister says the country is “absolutely full.” And Hungary’s foreign minister, Peter Szijjártó, told the Hungarian Times that 30 to 35 million migrants could end up making the trip by sea and land to Europe from the destabilized Third World.
“It’s a self delusion to call this situation a migration crisis; it is a massive migration of nations, with inexhaustible reserves,” Szijjártó told the newspaper. “I don’t think that the analysis results, stating that 30-35 million people out there could possibly become migrants, would be an exaggeration.
“Libya, Yemen, Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan are all countries with a huge population and an extremely unstable situation.”