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Monday, 5 December 2016

Human trafficking NGOs in cahoots with EU leaders are smuggling African Muslims into Europe on a massive scale.

Tens of thousands of illegal alien Muslim invaders are being smuggled into Europe every month under the pretext of rescuing people, assisted by the Italian coast guard which coordinated their activities.

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GEFIRA  Human traffickers  contact the Italian coast guard in advance to receive support and to pick up their dubious human cargo. NGO ships are directed to the “rescue spot” even as those to be rescued are still in Libya. The organizations behind this are: MOAS, Jugend Rettet, Stichting Bootvluchting, Médecins Sans Frontières, Save the Children, Proactiva Open Arms, Sea-Watch.org, Sea-Eye and Life Boat.

Brussels has created particular legislature to protect people traffickers against prosecution. Most of these illegals are not eligible for being granted asylum and will end up on the streets of Rome or Paris or Berlin and undermine Europe’s stability raising racially motivated social tensions. In just w months, at least 39 000 African Muslims were illegally smuggled into Italy, which was done with the full consent of the Italian and European authorities.

There is a full account about the ships involved: “NGOs Armada operating off the coast of Libya”and how people are encourage to come to Europe: “Death road to Europe promoted on the web”

The w2eu.info website with its subheading that reads ‘independent information for refugees and migrants coming to Europe’ tells about itself that it intends to support the migrants’ efforts because ‘freedom of movement is everybody’s right.’ Its activists who are located in different EU countries claim they do their work free of charge.

The same website provides leaflets, instructions and ‘visit cards’ to be printed in such languages as English, French, Arabic, Farsi (or Persian, spoken in Iran and Afghanistan), Pashto (one of the two official languages in Afghanistan), Tigrinya (spoken in Ethiopia and Eritrea) and Somali. 

The migrants are told in no uncertain terms what they must say in order to be granted asylum, which is granted because of prosecution for race, religion, nationality, membership of a social or political group. The migrant is also encouraged to report any violation of his rights.