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HILARIOUS: Iraqi Refugees Abandon "Cold and Boring" Finland
This is too funny. Iraqi migrants (which is a nice way of saying illegal immigrant) are going back to Iraq because Finland wastoo bourgeoisie for them...
Hundreds of predominantly Iraqi migrants who have traveled through Europe to reach Finland are turning back, saying they don't want to stay in the sparsely-populated country on Europe's northern frontier because it's too cold and boring.
Migrants have in recent weeks been crossing back into Sweden at the Haparanda-Tornio border just an hour's drive south of the Arctic Circle, and Finnish authorities have seen a rise in the number of cancelled asylum applications.
"You can tell the world I hate Finland. It's too cold, there's no tea, no restaurants, no bars, nobody on the streets, only cars," 22-year-old Muhammed told AFP in Tornio, as the mercury struggled to inch above 10 degrees Celsius (50 Fahrenheit) on a recent blustery grey day.
As you compose yourself from LOLing harder than you've LOLed in a long time, ask yourself which is worse:
- Someone entering a country illegally and complaining about its temperature, lackluster nightlife, dining, and the legal residents?
- Finland is so bland that he's going back to Iraq? IRAQ, people. How bad must Finland be?
- Or the fact that if he said this about America, liberals would blame America because Muhammed didn't have a great experience here?
Hey, when you grow up with a dictator like Saddam Hussein, then the USA invades and liberates the country from the evil dictator, then the USA leaves Iraq because Obama doesn't like icky things like war and ISIS fills the void...you have to admit it's "exciting" in its own way. After living that kind of "life," you try living in a place where walking on the street is just a stroll and not a chance to get blown up with an IED. Next stop, the suburbs. No thanks.
Finland: Where nights are for sleeping and streets are for not getting blown into a million pieces. Bo-ring.