Refugee Swindle Exposed as UN Moves 45,000 Africans Back Home

The United Nations has moved more than 45,000 blacks back home to fourteen different African countries from Libya since 2016—proving conclusively that the nonwhites are not fleeing any threat and that they merely seek to invade Europe to live off white society.

According to a report in the Qatari The Peninsula newspaper, the repatriation program is being driven by the UN’s International Organization for Migration (IOM), which, together with the European Union, launched their “biggest repatriation project yet: a 174 million-euro ($204 million) fund to help bring back migrants and jump-start their lives in a way that would remove the need to head for Europe.”

According to the report, the IOM has “so far returned more than 45,000 people to 14 African countries. Of those, 37,000 have received basic post-arrival assistance, and about 7,000 support to start a business.”

Using Cameroon as an example, the report said that “since June 2017, the IOM has helped almost 2,200 Cameroonians go home, providing health check-ups on their return and equipment to set up small businesses.





“More than 800 have received livestock, tools and other assistance, worth about 700,000 CFA francs ($1,264) each, for farming and other new ventures, the IOM said.”

All of this cash comes—naturally—from white nations through the UN and the EU, and comes down to white people trying to pay nonwhites to stop invading Europe.

On September 24, for example, the IOM “assisted in the voluntary return of 76 Ethiopians from Libya.” According to an IOM press release, all the returnees said they “had no means to return home without the Organization’s support,” and that the “return assistance for the 76 migrants was possible through a funding received from the Government of Italy.”

Despite, this, the Peninsula report said of the Cameroonians that “most still want to leave their country. Of eight young returnees interviewed by the Thomson Reuters Foundation, nearly all said they would still like to try reaching Europe, but would not attempt the overland route again.”


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