Tucked Away – News From Europe’s 2nd ( Or 3rd?) Front

Tucked away in the North American media, we find a news item that should ring alarm bells in Europe.

Two boat-loads, 19 crimmigrants, arrived in Cartagena, Spain last week.

Not that many? Twenty too many, some of us might say.

But here’s the rub –

On Friday, Spain’s Red Cross said that in the first six months of this year it had attended to more than 7,400 migrants, compared to 3,600 migrants in all of 2016. 

That includes not just maritime arrivals, which the Spanish Government, under Brussels duress, fails to send back where they belong…


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….but also the hordes of savages pouring into Spain’s North Africa enclaves, Ceuta and Melilla.

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Ceuta, earlier this year.

We covered one such episode in January but to show we were not merely propagandising what occurred, here’s the headline from a leading pro-crimmigrant part of the media.

More than 1,000 migrants storm border at Spain’s Ceuta

Five Spanish policemen and 50 members of the Moroccan forces were injured, including one who lost an eye.

Obviously, the proper policy in such circumstance is ‘shoot-to-kill…’



…but the Evil Empire has a long-standing diktat directing that no sensible means of resistance may be used.




The EU Commissioner for Home Affairs, Cecilia Malmstrom, said she was “very concerned” about Spanish police firing rubber bullets to deter migrants.  She added that the actions of any EU state protecting its borders should be “proportionate”, and should respect fundamental rights and human dignity.

Invasion! So Brussels Stabs Spain in the Back! 


As the Italian Government, trying to cope with an increasingly indignant electorate – Crimmigrants ARRIVE In Italy On Planes Meant For Deportation!  – makes much of its plan to implement naval patrols to curb crimmigration from Libya…



…there is every likelihood that the battle to safeguard Europe from alien invasion will see an escalation on this Second Front between Spain and Morocco ( or should it be Third Front, given there’s yet the Aegean threat?)

And what is most frightening about that prospect is what we noted not that long ago – the more or less total absence in Spain of a significant patriot party.

Wake up, Spain!