EU to Ship 10,000 from Libya to Europe

At least 10,000 Africans pretending to be refugees will get a free ride across the Mediterranean straight to Europe courtesy of the European Union in the next few months, the Italian government has announced.

The free ride—a reward given to the Africans for making it as far as Libya—forms part of the EU’s attempt to “address the deteriorating conditions in Libya, where thousands of people are held captive in inhumane conditions,” the AFP has reported.

In other words, simply for getting as far as Libya—and then being unable to get across the Mediterranean, and being plunged into that self-created crisis, the scrounging Africans will get a free airplane ride to Europe and white taxpayer-funded welfare.

“In 2018, up to 10,000 refugees will be able to come to Europe without risk, through humanitarian corridors,” Italian Interior Minister Marco Minniti said in an interview with the newspaper La Repubblica.

The announcement comes after a group of 162 “vulnerable” people, from Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia and Yemen, were flown from Libya and arrived by military plane in Rome last week.

About 400,000 invaders are already waiting in Libya, including 36,000 claiming to be children, the UN children’s agency Unicef and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said earlier this month.

Meanwhile, in evidence that the entire operation to move Africans to Europe for their “safety” is a hoax, the IOM is simultaneously drawing up plans to repatriate another 30,000 invaders back to the home countries from Libya as “part of a voluntary return program.” The IOM has already sent at least 15,000 back this year already.

“In accordance with the objectives of the International Organization for Migration, 30,000 migrants without right to asylum will be able to be repatriated to their countries on a voluntary basis,” in 2018, Minniti said.

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