A new video has surfaced of an ungrateful refugee complaining about the food he is given, paid for by taxpayers.
In a Sky News interview, the refugee complains that the accommodations "is not really nice."
He goes on, “There is, three time[s a day] meals – but my meals is not good. It is two times every day the same. And really we don’t feel good with this food… and we live in the accommodation rooms is ... six people in one room… and it is a very dirty place.”
The location he's referring to has been called “Immigration Alley”.
Breitbart reports, Lynx House is notorious locally for once being a semi-decent public place to stay, but it has now descended into what locals call “Immigration Alley” with a majority of “single young men” Sudan, Eritrea and Ethiopia living there.
A neighbor of the establishment explained the situation with Lynx House.
“The immigrants are a nuisance just hanging around all day long with nothing to do. They congregate outside and clog up the pavements but apart from that they don’t seem to be any trouble. You have got to feel sorry for them but I just wonder where it will all end.”
This isn't the first time a refugee has complained about accommodations.
Back in 2015, Syrian refugees in Edmonton complained about their housing conditions.
Mohammad El Hindawi, his wife and six children arrived in Edmonton back in 2014. Since arriving, they moved into a duplex in Millwoods with help from Catholic Social Services and a sponsorship from the federal government.
However, they frequently complained about the housing.
El Hindawi said that his children complained of bug bites and mice and wasps were found living in the walls.
According to Metro News, he said, through a translator that, “The kids are scared to sleep in their bed because of the fear of getting bitten. They’re having nightmares.”
Alberta Health Services said that the most recent inspection turned up so signs of bed bugs.
The article by Metro News did not include a mention of El Hindawi or his wife being bitten by the supposed bugs.
“It’s very hard on us, this house is not for living,” he said. “We moved from the war in Syria and now we’re stuck with these problems.”
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