• ross1948 9:05 pm on November 15, 2019 Permalink Reply
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    The Financial Times’ Big Lie – Hoist On Its Own Petard!


    Europe cannot close its doors to refugees and migrants

    Oh yeah?

    That must be the largest lie seen in the rotten media for quite some time.

    No matter it’s presented as ‘opinion’ rather than news – its manifest untruth is demonstrably established by just one of the other headlines on its own website!

    Hundreds of migrants to be evacuated from Libya to Rwanda       

    *See below -bottom of page

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    send-them-back

    Of course the tide can be reversed, from Libya back southwards, and reversal needs also to be instituted against the hordes already inside Europe.

    Of course these illegals can, and MUST, have the doors of the Western world closed against them.

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    Savages attack Hungarian border

    ..

    Savages attack Spanish border

    Of course European nations could stop them, anytime they summoned up the guts to do so.

    And another thing!

    It’s outrageously dissimulative, indeed dishonest, for any media to bracket ‘refugees and migrants’ together.

    As if deserving victims of backward shariah, like that Saudi gal who found sanctuary in Canada…   

    Enjoy Canada, Asia Bibi – But Beware Of Evil Savages! 

    …is in any sense similar to these filthy savages trying to gate-crash countries they’ve no business to be in!

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    macedonfence

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    The Financial Times used to be a reputable newspaper.  I’ll have another look at its headlining soon!

     

    • Having said that, (above) about how wise it was to shift those illegals from Libya southwards to Rwanda, I now have to ask, were they later brought bare-facedly into Europe by some back-door, as happened with another batch that were taken to Niger – then allowed by the current craven Italian Government to be flown into Italy?
    • Jean-Paul Cavalieri, UNHCR Representative in Libya. “By welcoming them to Niger, and by arranging for their relocation to Italy, both countries have shown much-needed solidarity towards refugees…It’s crucial that other countries come forward with more places, and faster processes, to help us evacuate  more vulnerable refugees in Libya to safety.”

     

     

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