Debate has been sparked in France after around 900 illegal immigrants (mostly men from Africa) boarded an unstable boat which sunk while trying to breach Europe’s borders through Italy.
Back when Colonel Gaddafi ruled Libya, he warned that “Europe could turn into Africa“. He advised Europe that “Tomorrow Europe might no longer be European, and even black, as there are millions who want to come in,”
Gaddafi wanted to work with Europe to stop this from happening, but instead the then Jewish president of France Nicolas Sarkozy, along with other European leaders decided to invade Libya and get rid of Gaddafi as he could not stand the thought of having a homogenous French country.
The EU leaders which decided to invade Libya are directly responsible for the rising tide of immigration we have today.
Today, Sarkozy is joining the debate on immigration saying that “a real immigration policy” was needed in the European Union.
He called on the EU to “have a genuine immigration policy to prevent these tragedies” ahead of a proposed emergency meeting of ministers of interior and foreign affairs of European countries.
Hmm, what ever could that mean by that? Well, we do actually know what he means because he’s told us exactly what his goals are for France.
“The goal is to meet the challenge of racial interbreeding” Sarkozy told the French public, “Not to intermarry racially is bad for the survival of the country.”
That’s right, France. When he was in office, your leader called for the destruction of your identity. He wants your sons and daughters to be brought into a world where they have no home to feel safe, and no country to protect them.
Sarkozy is not just the only evil anti-European maniac today, there are lots and lots of them, and they are all around the planet.
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