1. The complete collapse of any sort of ordered, civilized society in Africa.
As whites have been expelled from Africa, so the Third World nature of those societies has once again become dominant, resulting in the total collapse of all First World-based services, infrastructure, economy and social systems. Deprived by their own inability to grow enough basic foodstuffs to feed their burgeoning population, the desire to simply move to where there are still large numbers of white people—and to draw the benefits of their civilization—becomes overpowering.
2. American and British military intervention in North Africa and the Middle East on behalf of Israel.
In North Africa and the Middle East, where the same racial composition as sub-Saharan Africa is not at work, the relatively stable societies which existed there for several hundred years have recently been violently disrupted, either by direct American/British and other European military intervention (in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan etc.) or by American and British-fermented insurrections (the “Arab Spring” in Egypt and elsewhere, and the attack on the dictatorial—but stable—Gadhafi regime in Libya). All of these disastrous foreign policy interventions have created widespread misery, chaos, death, and dispossession among North Africans and Middle Easterners—and has created millions of “refugees” fleeing the deliberately-created violence. ISIS, for example, is the direct result of the US and Britain’s military intervention in Iraq.
3. The West’s Liberal Asylum Policies.
The origin of the West’s asylum policies date from the end of the Second World War, when there were large displaced populations in Europe. The 1951 UN Convention and Protocol Relating to the Status of Refugees was designed for a different era, and defined a refugee as a person who:
“[O]wing to a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group, or political opinion, is outside the country of his nationality, and is unable to or, owing to such fear, is unwilling to avail himself of the protection of that country.”
An asylum seeker is defined as:
“[S]omeone who has applied for asylum and is waiting for a decision as to whether or not they are a refugee.”
In reality therefore, the huge number of sub-Saharan Africans who are invading Europe claiming “asylum” are not fleeing any real persecution, but merely their own incompetence in maintaining any sort of ordered society. Thus, even under the 1951 UN definition, these Africans are not “refugees” at all—but are clearly illegal immigrants seeking to force their way into Europe to obtain the welfare handouts generated by First World economies and society. Ultimately, of course, once there are enough of these Third Worlders in Europe, then the First World economies will shrink along with the First World population. Then the welfare system upon which the Third Worlders parasite will vanish as well—but by then, of course, it will be too late for the European people as well.
The African Boat Invasion: If Europeans did it to Africa, the World would Scream “Colonization”
If hundreds of thousands of Europeans jumped on boats and sailed across the Mediterranean Sea to Africa, without papers or formal immigration papers, the world’s liberals would be screaming “colonization”—but when Africans do it, they are only “migrants” and “asylum seekers.” The controlled media, of course, refuses to acknowledge this invasion for what it is, and has a strict policy of referring only to “immigrants” or “migrants”—as if the invaders are just somehow ordinary people who have a slightly peculiar way of entering Europe.
Arthur Kemp, The Immigration Invasion – How Third World Immigration is Destroying the First World — and what Must be Done to Stop it
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