Europeans Seek Asylum In Syria, Iraq

Following years of conflict, a major humanitarian crisis has arisen in Europe. Thousands of Muslims have flooded into the country, causing a major annoyance for the native, white population.

Aid relief has come for some by forcing the newcomers into camps where they are trapped until they undergo a process of getting official papers, which can only contain them for several months. The aid is not enough for everyone, however, and many Europeans are seeking refuge from the endless waves of Arabs and Africans in countries like Iraq, Yemen, and Syria.

“Well, since all the migrants left, there aren’t many Arabs left, so it’s not that bad,” said Edmund Hinrichs, who fled Germany last month. Hinrichs is one of many who found a new home away from the migrants in the city of Aleppo, where fighting has raged between government forces and rebels for over three years.

“Every now and then, there’s a barrel bomb or some chemical weapons, but that’s just the price we have to pay to get away from the migrants,” Hinrichs admitted.

Jason Moreau, who left France and sought asylum in the ISIS controlled city Fallujah in Iraq, said “I no longer have to worry about whether or not my Muslim neighbor has been radicalized. Now I know for sure that he definitely is, and I don’t have to feel bad for just assuming so.”

Two hours after The Third Spur’s interview, a video appeared online in which masked men beheaded Moreau.

Elizabeth Huxley, an English atheist, spoke about her new life in Mosul, an ISIS powerbase: “Since I’m not a Muslim, Christian, or Jew, ISIS fighters have made me a sex slave. It’s not the life I had intended to live, but it sure beats living next to a bunch of refugees that fled from a region my home country helped destabilize.”