This Muslim ‘Refugee’ Video Got Over 1.5 Million Views Before It Was Banned – When You See It You’ll Know Why

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Last week, the world was stunned when a group of terrorist used the Syrian refugee crisis to infiltrate Europe and kill 129 people. Some, however, were more surprised it took this long for “refugees” to pull something like this off…

Six days ago, Breitbart reported that a video had been posted to Youtube showing just how bad the refugee crisis has gotten. The video went viral, garnering over 1.5 million views before it was deleted from Youtube because of “copyright infringement.” However, before it was deleted, it was uploaded to countless other social media sites so that people could see what is REALLY going on with this crisis.

According to Conservative Tribune, the video follows the journey of Syrians heading to Europe, beginning on boats to Greece. The film quickly takes a darker turn as it shows the ugly side of this crisis…

The immigrants are shown whining about the “bad food” and violently rioting.

“We are in danger, every day, every minute. We need someone to protect us. They come into our houses. I want to go to work, but I can’t. Our children want to go to school, but they can’t. They have stolen our lives!” said one Greek woman who was horrified at the number of Muslims pouring into her country.

The film also featured Donald Trump giving his thoughts on the crisis.

“I’ve been watching this migration, and I’ve seen the people. I mean, these are men. They are mostly men, and they are strong men … they look like prime-time solders. Look, Europe is going to have to handle, but they are going to have riots in Germany,” Trump said. “I always thought Merkel was a great leader, but what she’s done in Germany is insane.”

This film is especially terrifying when you remember that Obama is planning to bring thousands of these “refugees” into the U.S…

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