Fiction Becomes Fact: World War Z Zombies and the African Invasion

Fiction has become fact with the World War Z-like African swarming of the border fence around the Spanish enclave of Melilla on the North African coast.


Melilla, which has been Spanish territory since 1497, is located on the coast and is surrounded by the country of Morocco. Although it has a big security fence, swarms of Africans camp outside the borders, and continually seek to illegally climb over, tunnel under, or crash through the fence—knowing that the European Union‘s absurd “asylum” laws will guarantee them at least temporary “refuge” in Europe—if they can set foot on the other side of the border.

As a result, scenes which are more reminiscent of the World War Z movie—where swarms of Zombies climb walls by heaping up upon one another—regularly play themselves out at the Melilla border fence.

Recently (October 15, 2014), a particularly aggressive invasion attempt had to be repulsed with considerable force by Spanish border police. The battle was captured on film by pro-invasion “human rights” groups, and showed Spanish Civil Guards beating a migrant and carrying him back to the Moroccan side.

“We have asked the Spanish authorities for clarification; we have informed them about our concerns, and we are waiting for a response,” European Commission spokesman Michele Cercone told reporters.

He said the outgoing European commissioner for immigration, Cecilia Malmström, had written to the Spanish authorities to seek answers about its treatment of what it called “migrants” (but who are actually just illegal invaders) and to check that European law was being respected.

Amnesty International and 12 other human rights groups urged the United Nations and Europe to press Spain to stop what it called the “illegal” deportations of “migrants” who reach Melilla—even though these “migrants” have broken multiple laws in order to carry out their invasion.


Spain’s conservative government has responded to the EU complaint by saying it will pass a legal amendment authorizing police to expel the invaders who climb over the fences at Melilla.

Spanish authorities say thousands of Africans have tried to climb over the seven-meter (23-foot) high fences this year, with numerous instances of the invaders violently attacking and injuring police officers in the process.

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  1. I am sure that Cecilia Malmstrom was politely asking the Spanish to "check That European law was being respected" included Article 12 of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms as amended by Protocols 11 and 14 "Men and women of marriageable age have a right to marry and to found a family, according to the national laws governing this right." Unless "the tribute of 100 virgins annually" has Instruments for declaring invalid, terminating, withdrawing from or suspending its operation in compliance with Article 67 of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties then no doubt the hopes of these desperate single gentlemen will be a sterile endeavour.

  2. It looks like the top 1 metre or so of fence must be electrified to keep the hoards of invaders at bay. Same applies to the fence around the french entrance to Eurotunnel.

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