The Not So Slow Motion Organized Death of Europe


Europe is being flooded with fake refugees from Africa and a lot of the traffic is flowing out of Libya. It’s going to get worse. Last month I touched on the rising pushback against the African invasion of Europe and you can read that article here.

For now, wrap your brain around this: Estimates suggest the number of so-called “economic-migrants” who entered Europe in 2016 is equivalent to twice the population of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

Nothing short of an organized invasion could accomplish such a feat. There are more frequent reports of NGO ships colluding with human traffickers meet drifting boats mere miles off the Libyan coast. Marine traffic has been monitored to support this claim.

FRONTEX, the EU Border and Coast Guard Agency have stated “the Central Mediterranean has become the main route for African migrants to the EU and it is very likely to remain so for the foreseeable future.”

But many of these NGOs are not innocent humanitarian concerns saving doomed souls from certain death by drowning. Not surprisingly, there is a coordinated effort to move thousands of migrants into Europe.

In May, Italy started investigating NGO’s for conducting rescues at sea without informing the Italian Coast Guard which as legal jurisdiction to coordinate all rescues in international waters off the coast of Libya.

On Sicily’s east coast, in Catania prosecutor Carmelo Zuccaro has “testified to a committee of the Italian Parliament in March that an official investigation into the funding of a fleet of modern refugee boats in the Mediterranean by private NGOs is warranted.”

Zuccaro went farther when he reported evidence that human traffickers call the larger NGO ships to directly to arrange transfer of refugees.

Even FRONTEX has accused non-governmental organizations (NGOs) of “encouraging” these traffickers.

The situation is so dire Italian Government officials are considering blocking ships from entering Italian ports. Once a sovereign country, Italy must now take the formal step of sending an ambassador to raise concerns with the European Migration and Home Affairs Office.

The flow of migrants into Europe has been termed by some as being “on an industrial scale”.

Wherever exists a threat to individual liberty expect that most odious of humans, George Soros to have to greasy hand in the chaos-making. Sure enough, Soros’ Open Society Foundations (OSF) also supports the International Migration Initiative (IMI) established in 2010 by OSF.

WikiLeaks DCLeaks released (among thousands of docs) a memo by the Soros foundation dated May 10, 2016 “that Europe’s refugee crisis should be accepted as a “new normal,” and that the crisis means, “new opportunities” for Soros’ foundations to influence immigration policies on a global scale”.

Reports have popped up claiming ISIS is paying for its agents to cross from Libya. By joining IS the crossing fee, reports say, of $560 is paid and upon reaching Europe a signing bonus of $1000 to given to new recruits.

Is Soros working with IS? Extend the thought and take a look at Germany and the plight of the German people, and yes, it’s okay to wonder if Merkel and Soros are working together.

It has been more than a year since Macedonia, Croatia and Slovenia shut their borders to block asylum-seekers using the route to get to Germany. In 2015 this was the preferred route to northern Europe.

This is why migrants are now turning up in huge numbers in southern Italy.

In the first two months of 2017 the flow of illegal refugee from Libya into Italy are up some 40% over the same period in 2016. Close to 90% of migrants pass through Libya.

But instead of stemming the invasion the UNHCR was prepared for its continuation. Instead the UN was already geared up for the new route, the route NGOs are working, the route IS is using, the route Soros outfits are using. No, there are no coincidences here.

UNHCR spokesperson Carlotta Sami said of the Balkans closure, ““If this route closes, we will have new routes with new problems. We are preparing for an increase through Libya … to Italy…”

And come they did. The UN knew what would happen. With no unified government in Libya it is easy for groups to treat it as loading dock for live shipments to Europe.

The first four months of 2017 saw 53,000 migrants cross the Mediterranean and make it into Europe. However, this is fewer than the 188,000 migrants registered as entering Europe during the same period (via all routes) a year earlier.

But still on a single weekend in June of this year 12,000 migrants arrived on shore.

As a result of the mass-migration, and what I have dubbed the Merkelization of Germany, Europe is now in non-stop collapse. Look at the numbers. Somewhere around 363,000 migrants (though assorted agencies or journalists put the number at 180K to 1M) entered Europe in 2015. Estimates suggest another 2.6 million moving in during 2016 and 2017.

As former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi announced in fall 2016, “Either we block the influx by 2017 or Italy will not handle another year like the past year”. I take that to mean Italy will be broken as a nation. (That was always a goal of the EU, right?)

This won’t end. Spain will be the next landing zone for migrant packed ships. The EU will ramp up pressure on member countries to take regular shipments of unvetted foreigners. Poland will come under massive pressure.

Look for the EU to entice NATO into becoming a partner in the biggest human resettlement event in history. No, this won’t end well.

And I haven’t got around to mentioning Turkey, yet. Relax if you can. I’m not going to spoil your weekend with anymore of this death of Europe stuff. But please, do check back at Halsey News Monday.

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