Middle Eastern migrants arrive in Nickelsdorf, Austria, Oct. 9, 2015 (Photo: YouTube, Unzen Suriert)

Migrants arrive in Nickelsdorf, Austria, Oct. 9, 2015 (Photo: YouTube, Unzen Suriert)

Migrants flooding into Austria from the Middle East and Northern Africa may not know how to speak German, but they do know how to produce a lot of trash.

Residents in the small town of Nickelsdort, Austria, were left to clean “an orgy of garbage and feces of unparalleled dimensions” after migrants passed through on Oct. 10. Roughly 1,600 people must deal with waves of migrants expected to pass through on their way to Germany and other European nations.

“We were continuously berated as Christian whores,” one female volunteer told the German website Unzen Suriert Oct. 10. An English translation was obtained by the Vlad Tepes blog Oct. 13 and reported by the conservative website Gateway Pundit on Monday.

“It’s like at the end of [World War II], back when the Wehrmacht surrendered the area east of Bruck on the Leitha to the Red Army and we were left completely defenseless at the mercy of the marauding Russians,” one witness said.

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Austria’s neighbor, Hungary, responded to the influx of migrants by closing its borders on Saturday. Hundreds of migrants were then directed to Slovenia, which also shares a border with Austria.

“I want to emphasize that Slovenia is not in a state of emergency. There is a process in place and it is working well, but it’s important that police get the logistical and technical support they need,” Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar said Saturday, the New York Times reported.

Cerar said the Slovenian army would also assist with shepherding migrants into Austria.

“It was now or never. So I decided to go before the window of opportunity closes,” Syrian Hani al-Karaa, 24, told the newspaper while crossing from Slovenia’s Sentlij border crossing into Austria on Saturday.

Officials told the Times 200,000 migrants have passed through Croatia in the past month alone. The majority of people are on their way to Germany.

Garbage left behind by migrants in Nickelsdorf, Austria (Photo: Unzensuriert.at)

Garbage left behind by migrants in Nickelsdorf, Austria (Photo: Unzensuriert.at)

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