African migrants now launching from Egypt
Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 14, 2016
Invasion of Europe news….
I wasn’t going to bother posting this one more story about hundreds of refugees stranded in the Mediterranean and being rescued by the Italian coast guard (so what else is new!), but then I saw this particular group launched, not from the usual lawless Libya (thank Hillary), but from Egypt.
Why didn’t Egypt’s military government stop the launch, heck, you could hardly hide boats big enough to carry hundreds?
From DNA India:
Hundreds of refugees were brought to Italy on Friday having been rescued from the sea over the past day, however the majority were not Syrian, as previously reported, but came from a variety of countries, officials said.
The Italian coast guard, which orchestrated various rescue missions on Thursday, initially said most of the new arrivals appeared to be from Syria — a sign that Middle East refugees were shifting their route into Europe away from Greece.
However, further checks showed that while there probably were Syrians and Iraqis on board two rescued boats, there were also a large number of Egyptians, Somalis and Eritrean. In all, there were just over 800 people aboard the two vessels.
“The majority are not from Syria,” said Carlotta Sami, a spokeswoman with the United Nations refugee agency UNHCR, after a first group of 340 people were brought ashore.
She confirmed initial reports that the two boats had set sail from Egypt rather than Libya, which is the usual staging post used by people smugglers looking to move refugees into Europe from north Africa.
The story goes on to report that many were unaccompanied teenagers.
It seems all of Africa is going to be in Europe someday because there appears to be no will on the part of most Europeans to stop it.
Recently someone told me they had a friend in the travel business who was telling clients to see Europe NOW before it is completely colonized.
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