June 27, 2018
It is times like these that I am grateful for the fact that Mother Nature has seen fit in her infinite wisdom to put a giant ocean and desert between us and Black people.
Algeria has abandoned more than 13,000 people in the Sahara Desert over the past 14 months, including pregnant women and children, expelling them without food or water and forcing them to walk, sometimes at gunpoint, under a blistering sun. Some never make it out alive.
The expelled migrants can be seen coming over the horizon by the hundreds, appearing at first as specks in the distance under temperatures of up to 118 degrees Fahrenheit.
In Niger, where the majority head, the lucky ones limp across a desolate 10-mile no-man’s-land to the border village of Assamaka. Others wander for days before a UN rescue squad can find them. Untold numbers perish; nearly all of the more than two dozen survivors interviewed by The Associated Press told of people in their groups who simply vanished into the Sahara.
“Women were lying dead, men ….. Other people got missing in the desert because they didn’t know the way,” said Janet Kamara, who was pregnant at the time. “Everybody was just on their own.”
Still waiting to see how it’s our fault. The media will always find a way to blame White people for Black people dying anywhere in the world, no matter what.
Algeria’s mass expulsions have picked up since October 2017, as the European Union renewed pressure on North African countries to head off migrants going north to Europe via the Mediterranean Sea or the barrier fences with Spain.
A European Union spokesperson said the EU was aware of what Algeria was doing, but that “sovereign countries” can expel migrants as long as they comply with international law. Unlike Niger, Algeria takes none of the EU money intended to help with the migration crisis, although it did receive $111.3 million in aid from Europe between 2014 and 2017.
Algeria provides no figures for its involuntary expulsions. But the number of people crossing on foot to Niger has been increasing since IOM started counting in May 2017, when 135 people were dropped, to as high as 2,888 in April 2018. In all, according to the IOM, a total of 11,276 men, women and children survived the march.
That’s a shit load of people to be surviving a death march.
These Arab slave dealer/oil warlords need to seriously cut back on the amenities. These Africans are not dropping dead at the rates we expected.
Idk why the Europeans are even paying them anything. They can’t even kill off ten thousand people in the middle of the world’s largest desert.
We should demand our money back.