French Newspaper Claims as Many as One Million Illegal Migrants in Libya
Whatever this French paper claims is a wild guess. Rest assured that there are not one, but many millions of black Africans ready to waltz into Europe if given the slightest chance.
The Libya correspondent for the French newspaper Le Monde has claimed the country could be playing host to as many as 700,000 to one million asylum seekers, with many waiting to come to Europe.
The claims came from journalist Frédéric Bobin who took questions from readers on the current situation in Libya and the status of the migrant crisis which has engulfed the country.
According to Bobin, “across all categories, it is estimated that between 700,000 and 1 million migrants and refugees are present in Libya. That was at least the situation in 2017.”
The journalist added that most of the migrants flowing into Libya who hope to reach Europe used to come primarily from Ethiopia, Eritrea, and Somalia, but now they have been joined by large numbers of migrants from West Africa.
The current Pope is totally down with the NWO. World religious leaders, led by the increasingly anti-Christian Pope Francis, are playing a leading role in this great deception.
Pope Francis has called for open borders in the United States, urging authorities to take in as many refugees as they can, and has provided the examples of Germany and Sweden as models for the US to follow.
“Each country must do this with the virtue of government, which is prudence, and take in as many refugees as it can, as many as it can integrate, educate, give jobs to,” the Pope told reporters aboard his papal plane after a trip to Geneva, Switzerland.
Asylum-seekers shake up European Union and America
Illustration: Eric Lobbecke
As the EU’s heads of government gather to discuss policies towards asylum-seekers, migration is causing political turmoil throughout the developed world.
Much as in the first era of globalisation, when the large-scale population movements that marked the period from the middle of the 19th century to the outbreak of World War I provoked fierce reactions, now too countries are moving to reassert control over their borders; but the strains that is inducing threaten to be as destabilising as the population movements themselves.
The continuing crisis in the US is a case in point. The fundamental problem is that Americans hold profoundly inconsistent aspirations. There is strong support for ensuring that those who enter the country illegally, and do not have good grounds for receiving asylum, are detained and deported. However, there is strong opposition to detaining children; so parents could be detained only by separating families. But since that too is strongly opposed, it is hard to see how the parents themselves could be detained.
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