September 18, 2015 5:06 PM EDT

To get millennials to turn their attention to the refugee crisis facing Europe’s borders, one satirist tries to explain the situation using technology they can’t turn away from for long: Google and its apps.

The site tricks them into trying out a “fortune-telling” Google app, but as people start typing, a computer finishes their sentences with the kind of queries they should be making, such as questions about where these individuals will be relocated and whether they will be united with their families. Then this screen appears, directing people to donate to charities and spread the word to people they know:

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