Things get UGLY outside refugee camp where citizens leave migrants ‘gifts’ they WON’T like

People in the Netherlands stated loud and clear what they thought of the immigration of Syrian refugees — mostly Muslim — into their homeland by leaving 14 pigs’ heads at the entrance to their camp. (Warning, some may find images disturbing.)

The discovery of nine of the heads displayed on fence posts, and the other five scattered on the ground was made Wednesday morning in Eschmarkerveld, near the city of Enschede, according to Russia Today, which reported:

A police spokesperson said that it is an environmental crime and therefore the perpetrators will be pursued with information retrieved from tags found on the pigs’ ears.

Disturbing scenery of disfigured pigs might especially come out offensive for mainly Muslim worshipers, who abstain from consuming pork because swine is considered ‘impure’ animal in Islam.

In September, the Netherlands agreed to take further 7,000 refugees under new European Commission plans to spread refugees throughout the EU. The extra arrivals will add to 2,000 migrants already agreed to by the Dutch government in May.


Here’s a video of the scene, via RT.

It didn’t take long before it got picked up on social media.

Most tweets were in Dutch. This one, translated, said, “If democracy fails, people become angry and desperate.”

And this one said, “Pigs heads in future AZC Enschede,” which refers to a shelter for asylum seekers who temporarily stay in the country until their asylum application is decided.


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