* Although this was a failure it had some spirit built in. However, like so many other of Klevius failures it was anachronistic, i.e. Klevius' mental impairment (i.e. extremely high IQ) makes it sometimes difficult (and fun) to live in a now that is felt almost medievel in Klevius mind (see e.g. 'inside Klevius mind' on Klevius' web-museum that isn't touched upon in 15 years).
The Vietnamese refugees were a result of Communism vs Capitalism. However, the muslim refugees is a result of islam (Saudi) vs islam (Iran).Saudi islam sits on "the holy places" it has buried under concrete and mosques, it sits on lots of oil/gas, it speaks Arabic as its muslim neighbors, and the Saudis are protected by by US and other Western powers, whereas Iran is a much lesser threat and could act as a balancing peaceful power if offered some opportunities. The Iranian people are less fanatic and more "normal" than the Saudis who are dependent on a medieval dictatorship - now steered by what is often described by analysts as "the world's most dangerous man".
The islamofascist Saudi dictator family is the cause of most muslim refugees. So when will the most dangerous nation on the planet be treated as they deserve to be by BBC?!
BBC is all about muslim refugees and "refugees" from the world's biggest single nation (the muslim Umma). BBC also keeps describing muslims as "minorities" when in fact the muslim Umma's population exceeds that of China. In this respect there's not a single country where muslims are in minority because they are always backed by the Umma (e.g. via Saudi based and steered OIC) plus, in the majority of cases, the ruling class in the country they happen to be. This feeds into muslim supremacism racism and sexism, and makes integration and respect for Human Rights equality less likely.
So here's an alternative refugee video to the ones BBC feeds you with.
A mid 1980s nostalgia trip
Plot: A Vietnamese family tries to escape but a helicopter has already spotted them. They decide to take different paths so the woman and the child go by boat while the man gets caught by a soldier whom we see taking drugs and watching a photo of his little son. The film turns from b/w to color and we now see the grown up son with his guitar and a sign in the background reading "make love, not war". The little refugee girl has now matured and is seen on the balcony of a tower block. The guitarist arrives in a helicopter and is seen driving away in a Finnish made Saab Cabriolet Turbo (considered fancy back then). The band is then showed playing at a place where the Vietnamese girl is among the crowd. When the guitarist jumps forward for his solo performance she is chocked to see a similar face as the one that killed her father. She runs out.
But the "cast" and the band did a great job and the guitarist acted well in his double role as the addicted Vietnam veteran from the 1970s and his guitar playing son a generation later. Same guy also filmed the creek shot from the helicopter his army friend kindly let him enter.
Everything was filmed in Borgå (Porvoo), a Viking** town in Southern Finland.
* The islamofascist Saudi dictator family has deliberately buried Mohammad's and his associates "graves" etc. well knowing that they didn't exist in the first place. And to do this they used enormous amount of concrete to cover it up and then "sealed" it by building "holy mosques" on top of them. Moreover, in this respect they claimed islam as a "religion" against "idolatry" although islam is the ideology most keen on idolatry, e.g. Meca bowing, Kaba circulation, Mina stonings, etc. etc.
** It's said that the Viking Helsing gave name to Helsingfors (Helsinki in Finnish), Sibbe to Sibbo east of Helsingfors, and Borg to Borgå (Porvoo in Finnish). 'Fors' means stream or waterfall, and 'å' (or 'o' in Sibbo) means creek. Read Origin of the Vikings.