“Another Alan Kurdi Moment”

 ‘Alan Kurdi’ was a fraud. It was a  psy-op, a staged photo shoot to soften Europeans up for Mohammedan mass migration.

“America’s media is about to follow in the footsteps of Europe’s as open borders advocates begin using images of children in order to guilt the nation over its own migrant crisis.”

These poor, desperate people. Risking their lives to get into an American concentration camp!

In 2015, at the peak of Europe’s self-inflicted migration problem, the media plastered pictures of toddler Aylan (later ‘Alan’) Kurdi washed up dead on a beach in Turkey.

Kurdi was utilized as a global symbol of why Western nations were morally bound to throw open their borders to anyone and everyone apparently seeking refuge.

The media would also, in the same period, blur out pictures of children killed in Islamic terror attacks.

Heartbreaking images reveal the tragedy of a father who drowned with his 23-month-old daughter as he went back to try and save her in the Rio Grande while her mother watched on. 

Just as Aylan Kurdi was used to swing public opinion in Europe over the migrant crisis, this picture will now go “viral” (artificially).

It’s the same playbook as 2015 Europe.

The same media & talking heads who say it’s “insensitive” to show dead children when there’s a terror attack are now busy sharing images of dead children because it bolsters their political agenda. Odd that, isn’t it?

Here, more on the Kurdi fraud.

Alan Kurdi's body lies on the Bodrum coastline in September 2015.

Staged photo: Alan Kurdi’s body lies on the Bodrum coastline in September 2015.
The boy was placed there for maximum effect.

It has been dubbed the Alan Kurdi moment for the US southern border crisis, capturing the deadly journey thousands of migrants are undertaking.

The photo was published on Tuesday and comparisons were immediately made to the 2015 image of the three-year-old Syrian boy, who drowned off the Greek island of Kos.

The Kurdi family was living relatively well in a safe country (Turkey), and had paid nearly $6,000 to try and cross illegally into Europe on their way to Canada. Around 40 per cent of Americans can’t put $400 together in a crisis. The same goes for many Europeans.

The guilt trip was laid on thick, and Kurdi’s father was let off the hook for using illegal means and irresponsible practices to bring his family to Europe.

Now America is being offered its own Aylan Kurdi. And America, like Europe, will be asked to “please think of the children” on the Southern Border.

Last time President Trump’s administration was challenged on the “children in cages” narrative, his approval ratings sharply dropped. It will probably happen again this time.

But Americans need to remember–as Europeans forgot–who is really responsible for the deaths of young children trying to enter these countries illegally:


No one is forcing these parents to get their children together and attempt to cross in some of the most perilous terrain on the continent.

Yes, there are poor economic factors at play in Mexico and Central/Latin America, especially in places like Venezuela. But Mexico is a relatively safe country by comparison with other parts of the continent and other parts of the world. There is no grave humanitarian crisis in Mexico forcing people to urgently leave lest they perish.

It is, basically, the Turkey of the Americas in a migratory sense.