The claim by hundreds of thousands of Somalis that they are being “persecuted” in their country and must therefore have “asylum” in white countries has been proven to be utterly bogus with the news that the United Nations is busy shipping Somalis back home—to safety and security.
Somali invaders in Ireland falsely claim that they are being “persecuted” in Somalia.
According to a new report by the United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia, following several months of confinement in detention centers in Libya, 150 Somalis returned voluntarily to their home country on May 30, 2018, with transportation organized by the United Nations migration agency.
“I cannot find the right words to explain the anguish I went through in Libya. It was a difficult situation and I was held in detention for a long time,” said Mahad Abdullahi Hassan, soon after the transport plane landed at the airport in Somali’s capital of Mogadishu.
“Finally, I have been freed and I have returned to my home country,” he added after being received by staff from the Somali authorities, the UN’s International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
The returnees had been rounded up by Libyan authorities as they attempted to cross the Mediterranean Sea to Europe, with most of them held in government-run detention centers in the north African country for months.
Today’s special chartered flight was provided by IOM, in collaboration with the Libyan and Somali governments and with funding from the European Union.
IOM has tracked more than 660,000 invaders in Libya, but they said, the true number could be closer to one million.
Working with the Federal Government of Somalia (FGS), IOM and UNHCR will oversee their resettlement and reintegration in the country.
“UNHCR are providing cash-based transfers immediately for the next six months, as well as other support, and IOM is looking towards more needs-based reintegration support over the long-term, including vocational training, health, business support, psychosocial—whatever they need, we are trying to help them towards a sustainable reintegration,” said Mark Lewis, an official with the IOM Somalia Support Office.
Those present to receive the returnees included Somalia’s Ambassador to the Benelux and the European Union, Dr. Ali Said Faqi.
He said the FGS had responded to the returnees’ pleas for help, after being detained in Libya after crossing Kenya, Uganda, South Sudan, and the Sudan.
“We are very happy that we could help these boys because these boys go through a very difficult time there in Libya. The smugglers request a lot of money, they get kidnapped, they get beaten. They are exposed to a lot of harassment and abuse—nothing to drink, nothing to eat,” Dr. Faqi said. “So it is really a terrible situation,” he continued. “It is not only for the Somalis, but for all Africans who are there and I wish that this agony, this drama to end as soon as possible.”
Upon arrival, the returnees had their paperwork processed and were examined by doctors to ascertain their health condition.
Today’s returnees are the first batch of 300 Somalis in Libya who are making voluntary return home. Before being relocated to their homes, they will be given temporary shelter at a reception center in Mogadishu.
Also, today’s return is the fourth and largest voluntary humanitarian return of invaders from Libya to Somalia; IOM carried out the first in February of this year.
So far in 2018, IOM has helped 7,414 invaders return to their home countries from Libya, in addition to 19,371 IOM helped voluntary return last year.
All those who IOM helps return from Libya, are offered reintegration assistance, “based on their vulnerability.”
The fact that the UN is organizing the return of Somalis “and other Africans” from Libya is conclusive proof that none of them are actually “refugees” in the real sense of the word, and that all such claims in white countries are bogus.
If Somalia was “unsafe” as they—and their liberal supporters—claim, then the UN would not be arranging for the mass return of Somalis to that country.
The announcement therefore proves that what white nations are experiencing is not an “asylum” crisis, but merely a mass nonwhite Third World invasion.