Spain Deports Latest African Invasion Force back to Morocco

The Spanish government has—to all observers’ surprise—reactivated a 1992 agreement with Morocco and has deported all 116 African invaders who broke through the border fence this week, ending their attempt to enter Europe and parasite off white liberal largesse.

According to a report in the El Mundo newspaper, Morocco agreed to “readmit” the Africans—who had smashed their way through the fence using a large array of weapons—and the “National Police performed all the usual procedures to expel them.”

The newspaper said that the Africans had been expelled to Morocco in groups of ten, under an agreement signed with the Moroccan government in 1992.

“Sources” in the Spanish Ministry of the Interior said that the agreement had been “reactivated,” although they have not specified whether it will be applied from now on for all invaders who manage to jump the border fences of Ceuta and Melilla with Morocco.

They have also stressed that it had already been applied “beforehand”, i.e that other invaders may also have been expelled without anyone noticing.

The Spanish Ministry of the Interior has also announced the reinforcement of the staff of the Civil Guard Command in Ceuta “with a score of new agents,” five support vehicles and a helicopter equipped with night vision equipment at a new permanent base in the city, which will be progressively expanded.

The expulsions are possibly linked to the fact that Spanish police estimates have said that more than 50,000 sub-Saharans have already congregated in the north of Morocco with the intention of invading Europe via Spain.

In the first seven months of 2018, at least 23,100 Africans invaded Spain, according to the European border agency Frontex.

* The city of Ceuta, located on the Moroccan coast in North Africa, has been a Spanish possession since 1668. Its population is at least half-Arab Muslim.

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