Hungarian people cry about anti-refugee cruelty of their government


This video from Hungary says about itself:

3 September 2015

Refugee couple throw themselves on train track cradling tiny baby after hearing they are going to migrant camp

In a terrifying show of desperation this refugee couple cradle their tiny baby, after throwing themselves on train tracks as police try to take them to migrant camps in Hungary.

The heartbreaking footage shows a man and his wife laying on the tracks with their baby held between them as police officers attempt to drag them away.

In distressing scenes officers carrying batons and wearing full riot gear grab the arm of the mother as she struggles to hold on to her baby.

Hungarian policemen stand by the family of migrants protesting on the tracks at the railway station in the town of Bicske

Couple throw themselves on tracks after being forced off train

Several other officers are seen subduing her husband by violently pushing his head to the ground.

ITV reporter James Mates, who witnessed the incident, reported refugees on board the trains leaving Budapest’s Keleti station believed they were going to Austria.

Yesterday evening, Dutch NOS TV interviewed Dutch Brian Lens, a student in Budapest.

He was very disturbed by police violence against refugees near the railway station.

On the other hand, Hungarian people try to help the refugees with food and blankets. ‘Several Budapest people cried as they passed the refugees’.

Meanwhile, after many refugees managed to escape from prison camps and started walking to Austria, the Hungarian government has given in. Refugees can now travel by bus to the Austrian border.

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