April 21, 2015
Just recently after 400 African migrants drowned when their ship capsized en route from Libya to Italy, another ship of invading hordes has capsized in the Mediterranean. Up to 700 could be dead.
So far only 28 people have been rescued and 24 bodies retrieved.
Italy’s PM said it was a European tragedy and called for an extraordinary EU summit on the migrants issue.
Matteo Renzi said he could not verify the number of deaths, but that it would be a “dramatic amount”.
The UN refugee agency, the UNHCR, said the latest sinking could amount to the largest loss of life during a migrant crossing to Europe. At least another 900 migrants have died crossing the Mediterranean this year.
Maybe this will discourage other potential cultural enrichers from embarking on such a journey? Probably wishful thinking, but we can only hope that it’s not.
The average non-red-pilled individual would express their disgust at the constant recurrence of these drownings. We, on the other hand, should openly express our disgust at the constant recurrence of invaders attempting to enter Europe and the constant recurrence of Europeans accepting them into society. The latter sufficiently explains the former.