June 22, 2015
The general population is obviously against immigration. However, they don’t have the energy or the organization to get out there and protest it, so the streets are filled with people who are actually arguing for the colonization and conquest of Europe by sub-Saharan Africans.
Thousands of people took to the streets in several European cities, including Berlin, Paris and Rome, on Saturday, in a show of solidarity with migrants seeking refuge in Europe and against austerity measures in debt-ridden Greece.
In Berlin, some 3,700 turned out according to local police, while organisers said 10,000 participated in a protest held on World Refugee Day, that had been called by German opposition parties Die Linke (The Left) and Gruenen (The Greens).
In the German capital, protesters chanted: “No frontiers, no nations, stop deportation!” and “Say it loud, say it clear, refugees are welcome here!“
Elsewhere in France, hundreds gathered in the southern city of Marseille and in Calais, the northern port city used as a springboard by migrants seeking to reach Britain.
In the southeast, activists gathered in Menton near the Italian border, in solidarity with hundreds of migrants stuck in Italy after France refused to allow them in.
In Rome too, scores of protesters braved the rain and gathered under the slogan “Stop the massacre now” to express solidarity with migrants risking their lives to sail across the Mediterranean Europe on rickety, overcrowded boats.
“We are here to save our Europe, which includes immigrants, refugees and Greece. Europe must belong to everyone, not just to the Germans and the banks,” said Luciano Colletta, a 66-year-old pensioner, who stood along with the other protesters in front of the Colosseum.
What new hell is this?
Oh wait, I remember which new hell it is.