Saturday, 5 September 2015

Ms. Kurdi, speaking Thursday in a Vancouver suburb, said that their father, still in Syria, had suggested Abdullah go to Europe to get his damaged teeth fixed and find a way to help his family leave Turkey. She said she began wiring her brother money three weeks ago, in €1,000 ($1,100) amounts, to help pay for the trip.

Meanwhile the BBC is full of Pravda-like propaganda about "refugees" "fleeing in fear of their lives". Maybe I should move to Hungary. The only sense I've heard in this whole grotesque drama has come from the Hungarian government and that one UKIP councillor. How hard is Hungarian to learn, anyone know?


  1. Pretty difficult I would say since it has no relation to any European language, either Romance or Greek. It shares some similarities with Turkish and other central Asian languages.

    Why not Albania? They're very anti immigrant and multiculturalism, the people are quite white nor to mention they on the whole hate Islam.

  2. Story told by father of drowned toddler Aylan Kurdi is full of holes