Refugees and migrants have inundated news services for the past several months and the issue shows no sign of slowing. It's unnerving, though, to see video and hear the actual words from the migrants themselves because it points to a larger issue at play.

Undercover reporters from Britain First, a conservative group in Britain that "opposes and fights the many injustices that are routinely inflicted on the British people," recently released video of a trip the reporters took to visit refugee camps near the coast of France.

The reporters spend several minutes talking to migrants through the car's windows, though initially some migrants hid their faces and tried to push the cameras back into the car.

Others, however, seemed willing and even eager to talk in front of a camera--as if it was a chance to gain legitimacy and to have their grievances heard.

Perhaps the most chilling message from the would-be-migrants, however, was in response to one of the reporters asking about the pushback from many British people.

"You want to come to England. But that doesn’t mean you, and you and you can come to our country."

The refugee, who was one of the few actually hailing from Syria, was quick to respond. "We will come anyway. If you agree or not, we’re coming. It doesn’t matter."

All of the migrants echoed a similar hope: once they received passage to England they would live and work with their families.

"When you get there, what do you think is going to happen?" asked one of the Britain First reporters.

"I'm going to live with my family. I'm going to work there," replied the refugee. Easy to say, but some remain skeptical.

The hope for work and family is understandable, even commendable. But it's clear from the migrants action that they want more. They're looking for the handouts and the free benefits that they can receive in richer countries like Britain and the United States. Not to mention the potential for radicalism. Unfortunately, it seems that they won't stop until they can penetrate the borders and obtain access.

h/t: 100 Percent Fed Up

 

 

 

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