Shocking Investigation: Migrants Not Welcome In Bosnia: Animals & Citizens Are No Longer Safe!

Shocking Investigation: Migrants Not Welcome In Bosnia: Animals & Citizens Are No Longer Safe!

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Informátor (2019-12-06) – HÍR TV

The staff from Informant, a popular Hungarian investigative news program, returned to Bosnia and filmed a shocking report on the country’s harsh migration situation. A reporter visited several government funded as well as illegal immigrant camps in Bosnia, and talked to the residents there.

Bosnia is a mostly Islamic country, but interestingly, the locals are not happy about their communities being flooded with illegals from Pakistan and Afghanistan. Violent crimes committed by undocumented male migrants funded by mysterious international money-transfer companies are increasing.

Murder, rapes, abuse and assault against each other, local people and animals are now commonplace and have increased by nearly 40% in two years.

According to a local police officer, migrants continue to receive money – allegedly from their families – but this cannot be verified. The Bosnian government like most Western European countries has been unable or unwilling to stop the lucrative George Soros backed, NGO human trafficking organizations reported to be funding illegal migrants;

From the documentary video:

The human smuggling is rumbling greatly, of course. Think about it: these people travel about 4,000 km without any documents. Into this segment the organizations are pushing huge amount of money, including George Soros, who openly stated that about $500 million was earmarked for the purpose of assisting the migration. The IOM (International Organization for Migration) and other NGOs that exist here on the territory of Bosnia-Herzegovina are engaged in illegal activities, and the people who arrive here are not escaping from war, because they come alone, without any women, children and family. All of them are 15- to 30-year-old men of military age, who even walked across Greece, too, without papers, even though we know that Greece is member of the EU.

The Bosnians are clearly tired of their communities being harmed by the illegal male migrants. The fact that that most migrants don’t want to stay in Bosnia, but long to continue onto countries such as Germany, Italy or Justin Trudeau’s Canada that offers them more benefits, provides little consolation for local residents dealing with the depredations of the migrants.

The Hungarian documentary makers, questioned the locals about some safety restrictions that have been put on the movement of the dangerous male migrants in their communities.

“From 6 in the morning till 10pm, the migrants are controlled by the police, in theory. In reality the locals are under curfew, because the locals are afraid to move in the city, because they are afraid of the migrants, afraid of being attacked. All of these constitute harassment of the citizens.”

But the European Union in Brussels even considers the current restrictions too restrictive.  However, it is the citizens of these Bosnian communities who are being restricted as according to their accounts, they cannot leave their homes after dark and have to make sure their homes are well secured, due to the high incidence of serious crime by these illegal male migrants.

The report reveals that many Muslims do not bring their families with them because women cannot leave their country, which is why only young men arrive in Europe.

We are informed by one of the migrants:

We are Muslims, and as Muslims we cannot bring our wives and sisters with us, since our religion forbids this. I am from Pakistan, the women from Pakistan are not here, because in our culture the women do not leave the country.

So while the man migrates to Europe in a hope of a better life, the women and girls are left at home, exposed to that danger that the men in theory escaped from.

There is a terrifying situation mounting and another explosion of the migration bomb could shock the entire continent at any moment. There are currently more than 4 million migrants in Turkey who are all waiting to move to Western Europe. In 2019, 400,000 trips to Europe have been made this year, a full 130,000 more than a year ago.

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Transcript: many thanks to Crossware for the translating this very important news report:

“In Bosnia the situation is nasty. Every day there have been violent crimes, which were committed by migrants against each other or against locals. But now even the animals are not safe.

In the recording we can see a migrant who invaded a garden and raped a dog. The sodomy astonished the Bosnians.

…Silveszter [Szarvas], a year ago when we were in Bosnia we sought the flow of money; more precisely, how the migrants acquire funding, with the help of international money-transfer companies.

That exciting story had multiple interesting points. First of all, one only encountered military-age men, not a single female migrant; that was the situation as well.

The second is the question of money. Back then you proved that the migrants receive funds without any documentation; they get money without any identification or any other travel documents.

At the time the migrants explained to me that everybody has a “friend” or buddy who has a passport, and he is the one who picks up those sums, and distributes them afterwards. Interestingly, we could never find this buddy or friend, and it is also problematic as to what sort of sources provide these funds to the migrants.…a year or two later, the migrants still have access to substantial sums of money by some means. Even the police were unable to investigate it. 

Most of the migrants who arrive in our area have money in their pockets. Here they use a variety of transactional methods, such as Western Union — who have been living here for more than a year and spent the money they arrived with. They must be getting more funds from somewhere, but we can’t tell from where. Some of them claim their families are sending them the money, but concerning that we were unable to investigate anything. We do not have any more concrete information about that. But certainly they are receiving regular sums via those services that are performing such transactions, for example, as I mentioned before, Western Union.

Bihac is in the northern part of Bosnia-Herzegovina on the bank of the River Una. The town was famous earlier for its tourist monuments, but now, since about 2017, the migration is what has placed this city at the center of public attention.

Bihac has a population of around 40,000 people, where about 5,000 to 6,000 migrants have been staying for almost two years now, which is a huge number compared to the local population of the area. Taking this into consideration, it is not surprising, that the center of the town is full of migrants, which has become less and less tolerable for the locals.

Are you bothered by the crowd of migrants? —

Yes of course I am bothered by them. This town cannot solve what is happening here by itself.

Have you had enough of the current situation?

Naturally I have had enough. We were never able to go out; we could never have anything in our hands, not even our phones, because they take it from us. We are terrified in our own homes; we lock everything, because we are afraid the migrants will break in. It is terrible situation. They bother me, the migrants, very much so. They are dirty, messy; they throw garbage away everywhere. This is unacceptable!

I lived for 40 years in the west; I have learned a lot of things, for example: we can’t be undemanding about our own environment. They came here, they litter and burn everything down.

Have you had enough with the migrant crisis?

Yeah, we’re starting to have enough, a little bit. The migrant crisis impacts not only us, but all of Bosnia-Herzegovina; but the majority of the issues are in our area. This is a problem, and the state is doing virtually nothing. This is not good for anybody. This is not good for the migrants and not good for us locals. We’re having a hard time because of this.

We had a similar situation in the past, but we never caused any trouble; we did not steal,

we did not ruin towns. We are not safe here; after 6PM we can’t go outside, because it is extremely dangerous. That is the biggest problem. With the arrival of the migrants crime increased by 30-40% in the city.

In our area, in the last ten months, 125 crimes were committed, among them one case of murder, three charges of attempted murder. There were two occasions of serious assault, and we had many assaults with less serious injuries.

Because of the chaotic situation, the locals organized demonstrations multiple times. [Unknown name] himself six times!

Their demands were to eliminate the reception centers around Bihac and limit the free movement of the migrants in the town. None of the demands were met.

The population is under significant stress. Let me give you what information I have. From 6 in the morning till 10pm, the migrants are controlled by the police, in theory.

In reality the locals are under curfew, because the locals are afraid to move in the city, because they are afraid of the migrants, afraid of being attacked. All of these constitute harassment of the citizens.

Yesterday the migrants burned down a building in a nearby village, and this type of event is repeated frequently. The migrants have the latest smartphones; they have unlimited funds.

As for their faith, none of them are as religious as they say. We’re talking about Islam here: there are numerous things that are not allowed in what they doing, because these people [migrants] are engaged in prostitution, theft, and they kill, too. 

In Bihac, since 2017 there were two official migrant camps, but when those started to fill up, the municipal government created a camp about 5 to 6 km (3.5 miles) from the town.

It’s on the top of a hill, this migrant camp, which the locals call simply “The Jungle”.

Presently around 600 migrants are staying here, and they attempt to reach Western Europe from here, because the Croatian border, which is the border of the EU, is only a couple of kilometers from here, on the other side of the mountain.

But the winter weather is not making it easy to cross the border.

Exactly; that is why the migrants are stranded here.

The camp on the mountain is called “Bucijak”. With the approach of winter the camp is less and less viable.

While we are chatting with the migrants, the Commissioner for Human Rights of the Council of Europe, Dunja Mijatovic, arrives. She is also Bosnian. She may be familiar, because her hobbies include constantly worrying about the rule of law in Hungary, and she loves to criticize Hungary for our treatment of migrants at the border fence.

She is “right”, the Bosnians are “much more” humane, with the kind of circumstances they have created. It is enough to look around here. This is not a place for human beings. This camp must be closed, as we stated earlier.

Winter is coming, and we know the Bosnian winter is so cold that these people could not withstand it in such circumstances. We must show much more understanding and humanity; such places should not exist in Europe. We talk about the respect of humanity, how we respect all human rights.

As a Bosnian, I am ashamed, but I will try to do everything in my power to explain to the authorities that this cannot continue in this way.

There were many discussions in the past about closing the camp at Vucjak, because in addition to the inhumane conditions, another problem exists in the area: in the direction of Croatia, where the migrants are trying to escape: from the time of Yugoslavian war there remain many unexploded mines.

This is a jungle. When I try to sleep in the evening, I am thinking than I am a jungle resident. If you’ve seen the movie “Tarzan”, just like that. We are all jungle residents, like him. 

The Bosnian police and government say that I am not a human being, I am just a jungle resident. At night we saw wild pigs by the hundreds, and we saw a bear, too. One of my friend was there around 3PM and saw a bear.

The migrants were fairly angry about Dunja Mijatovic’s statement that they have to move into another camp, because if they succeed in closing Vucjak, the new place will be somewhere around Sarajevo, which is opposed by the locals there.

That is why that investment is delayed. This morning that woman told us we have to go to another camp in Bira, but this is not good. I do not want to go to Bira, and do not want to go to Sarajevo, either.

I want to go to Italy. —Among the approximately 600 migrants living in the camp, everybody wants to go to the West.

Where do you come from? — Pakistan. —Pakistan? — Yes!

And would you like to reach the European Union? Which country?

Italy.

Italy?

Why Italy?

Because my brothers are in Italy.

And what is your plan in Italy for the future?

We want to stay in Italy for three years, get papers and then return to Pakistan, and I will bring my whole family to Italy.

OK, I see. 

There are some who have long-term plans. This Indian man wants to go to Canada. I believe the Prime Minister of Canada, Justin, he will help us and let us in.

I think the European Union does not want to accept the migrants; that is why I changed my original destination and decided to head for Canada.

Despite the circumstances, the migrants invest themselves in Vucjak. Based on the news, the camp has no electricity.

Despite that, an extended generating station operates there. There is music and even a small store working in the tents. They brew tea, knead and fry pies.

There are some who do this by burning used tires. I have been in multiple migrant centers and I noticed why only men can be seen there. 

We are Muslims, and as Muslims we cannot bring our wives and sisters with us, since our religion forbids this. I am from Pakistan, the women from Pakistan are not here, because in our culture the women do not leave the country.

So while the man migrates to Europe in a hope of a better life, the women and girls are left at home, exposed to that danger that the men in theory escaped from. 

The Bosnian situation has already made some migrants uncertain. 

From the Vucjak camp — for a moment — let’s jump over to the Dir migrant center, which is managed by the UN. We asked, but did not receive permission to shoot video inside the camp.

So we are chatting with the migrants in the street. One of them, during our interview, said he was shocked to learn that at home in Afghanistan, he had much better life than here in Bosnia.

When we are in our own country, we are afraid of terrorists, but in Europe, we are afraid of the police. It is the same.

So it would be much better at home, in our own homeland. There we can live in our own house and not outdoors, like here.

Yes, that is a much better idea.

Because of this, he now holds a much stronger opinion that instead of this hopeless longing for the West, he will return to his own homeland.

The lethargy of the migrants is primarily caused by the Croatian police.

Did you tried to cross the Croatian border? 

Yes. Five times. 

Five times?

Yes, but the Croatian police is no good.

What does that mean, that is not good?

When they capture you, they hit you all over, whatever they can hit.

Now let’s head back to Vucjak, because most of the migrants set off from here to cross over the border in the direction of Croatia. As we mentioned, the border is on the other side of the mountain.

Do you usually go to the border on foot?

Yes, on foot. Usually it takes nine to twelve days; we are hungry and do not have a proper coat.

When the Croatian police toss us back, they take everything from us, even our shoes. —The poorest migrants attempt on foot to cross the green border, while the wealthier ones pay for a human smuggler. —

From the camp here, one must pay €5,000 ($5,500) to be taken to Italy from the center of Bihac via taxi.

So from Bihac they use a taxi to take you to Italy for €5,000? 

Yes, yes…

And is this possible?

No, it is not possible. 

No, because at the Croatian border everyone gets captured.

Yes, the police catch us, and this is a problem.

So the trip from Bihac to the EU, the trip costs €5,000,

It’s a little bit cheaper, only €2,000, when someone from this Bosnian town wants to get into Croatia.

Obviously there are signs of human smuggling here too; for some people this is a huge business. And this is not only at the local level, but at an international one, a well-organized network that can take a migrant from the starting point to the endpoint, to reach their final destinations.

In every country they go through this network exists. In our own area, this network has doubled the number of crimes related to this issue. We are having a hard time fighting against that.

So we are clear on the fact that such networks exist to smuggle the migrants across the border,

in the direction of Western Europe, and this type of crime is increasing drastically.

Not only is there an international human smuggling network working all over Europe, including here in Bosnia-Herzegovina, but some of the citizens of Bihac are also trying to get rich from the migrants, and the spokesman for the police, after we stopped recording, told us, when the police stop them, asking where they are going, and what they are doing, the driver, the local citizen from Bihac, tells the officer that they are just driving around the area.

So the law enforcement agencies are in a hard place from this point of view.

The human smuggling is rumbling greatly, of course. Think about it: these people travel about 4,000 km without any documents. Into this segment the organizations are pushing huge amount of money, including George Soros, who openly stated that about $500 million was earmarked for the purpose of assisting the migration. The IOM (International Organization for Migration) and other NGOs that exist here on the territory of Bosnia-Herzegovina are engaged in illegal activities, and the people who arrive here are not escaping from war, because they come alone, without any women, children and family. All of them are 15- to 30-year-old men of military age, who even walked across Greece, too, without papers, even though we know that Greece is member of the EU.

So that would be the first safe country, but they just pick and choose where they want to go.

This is not an escape, but rather an organized march. Four to six thousand migrants live in Bihac. 

Of course, every day, from the direction of Tuzla and Sarajevo, more migrants come. They arrive in the area of Bihac by train and other modes of transportation.

Such an influx of migrants is worrisome. Especially in the winter months, since we know what kind of circumstances they are living under in the camp in Vucjak.

That problem is still not resolved. —When I visited Bihac last year, the locals were then much more open towards the migrants.

Because in the Yugoslavian war, they themselves became refugees. Now this way of thinking has definitely been reduced. Our city is the only one that struggled hard during the last two years with the issue of migration, and tried to solve it as best as we could.

Naturally, keeping in mind the fact that the locals are in danger, too.

Based on our information that is how many are staying in our town presently. In the last two years approximately 50,000 migrants passed through our town, without our knowing who they are and what they want.

We are looking for a government-level solution to the problem. Bihac and Bosnia-Herzegovina

are criticized constantly by the European Union for not providing a proper environment for the migrants.

Our city council made a decision that we would create another camp in Ripac, about 10 to 15 km from here. But we still have not received any feedback on whether anyone would support our idea.

The EU delegation attacks us, because the circumstances are not proper in the Vucjak camp, as it is close to a minefield. But they forget to mention that the migrants walk through the minefield daily, and nobody cares about this, and nobody does anything.

The migrants are indeed living in unfortunate conditions, but I would like to draw attention to the fact that Bihac is not their only living place; we can see them in bus and train stations, public squares; they sleep on the roads leading into Bihac in abandoned houses, abandoned halls [industrial buildings], and in the summer months outside. We would like it if all of this were finally to cease.

The Bosnians have grown noticeably tired of the fight against illegal migration. It’s a country

with a hard fate, which after the wars of past years is once again in a desperate situation.

Never mind the unstable internal political situation; here comes the migration, too. But, seeing the present European processes, the not-so-easy periods will be replaced by much harder, more brutal times to follow. Not only for Bosnia-Herzegovina, but for the whole of Europe.

 In Turkey, more than four million migrants presently reside, all of whom are waiting to start moving in the direction of Europe. In this year alone about 400 thousand of them have already started. This is 130 thousand more than the previous year.

In the Balkans they registered more than 100 thousand foreigners  this year. Of course, this figure does not contains the number of illegal migrants. Despite the border closure, the threat does not bypass Hungary, either: up to this November, the migrants attempted 12,000 illegal crossings of our southern border. This number is almost double the figure from last year.

There is a situation! At any second the next explosion of the migration bomb could shake the whole continent.”

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