European tourism prompts locals to declare ‘enough is enough’ as visitor numbers grow

European tourism prompts locals to declare ‘enough is enough’ as visitor numbers grow, by Lisa Millar.

The graffiti on the wall reads “Tourist go home! Refugees welcome”.

There is a growing backlash over tourism in Europe as the favourite hotspots suffer from chronic overcrowding and locals face rising prices for basic needs such as rent.

The busy summer season in the Northern Hemisphere means the sight of hordes of tourists descending on cities and towns throughout Europe — to which some locals and activists are saying “enough is enough”.

A protest group in Spain have attacked a sightseeing bus and have issued a warning they are planning more acts of intimidation to make tourists stay home.

Tourists, by their very nature, do go home — after spending their own money into the local economy. Economic migrants pretending to be refugees, on the other hand, don’t go home. And they expect handouts from the locals as well.

PC, leftist, and ABC sympathies are of course against tourists and for refugees — the options that cause the most economic harm to their neighbors.