Syrian migrants complain about ‘taste of food’, ‘no TV’, want to go back


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Rather than looking for jobs, migrants continue to freeload and complain

By Shepard Ambellas

NETHERLANDS (INTELLIHUB) — A well-groomed Syrian migrant and her comrades told a reporters straight up that they were unappreciative of Western help and would rather return to their own war-torn nation because they can not watch TV and don’t like the taste of the food.

The ungrateful female refugee spoke near perfect English as she told reporters:

“This is not a life when you get inside to a room without a TV. Just a bed, there is no fridge […] no lockers, no privacy. […] We’re going to stay outside because we don’t want to eat this food, and we don’t want to stay in the room. We’re running away from our country because of the situation, and now we live in a jail. […] Maybe we should go back to our country […] I think it’s fair enough.”

Another refugee backed her up on camera saying that the situation is “very bad”.

Needless to say the woman was back at it again the following morning, doing an interview on Dutch TV.

“I want to go back to my country,” the woman told the reporter.

The reporter responded in surprise, “Are you serious?”

The woman fired back telling the reporter that it’s like living in “jail” and they only get “ten to twelve Euro” per week.

Though the woman mentioned she was willing to work, to me, she still seems to have a rotten attitude.

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