Wednesday, April 13, 2016

The Colonizer's Little Black Book: As The Colonized Negro In America Is Tricked Into Focusing On Every Word From Donald Trump - Not One Black Progressive Propaganda Journal Showed The Words of European Union President DONALD TUSK Who Warned About The Massive Number Of African Migrants Queuing In Libya Destined For Italy And Europe










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DONALD TUSK,
EUROPEAN UNION

"WE EUROPEAN ARE TOO SOPHISTICATED TO GO ON RECORD WITH OFFENSIVE WORDS BUT IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT WE MAKE THE AFRICANS STAY AT HOME IN AFRICA AND NOT COME TO EUROPE AND RISK THEIR LIVES BY BOAT"
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EUROPEAN UNION PRESIDENT DONALD TUSK REPORTS ON ALARMING NUMBERS OF MIGRANTS ATTEMPTING TO HEAD FROM LIBYA INTO ITALY, MORE QUEUED UP ON THE COAST OF LIBYA TO MAKE THE TRIP

From The Article:
An “alarming” number of migrants have reached Libya to make their way to Italy, European Council president Donald Tusk warned on Wednesday (13 April).“The numbers of would-be migrants in Libya are alarming,” he told the European Parliament in Strasbourg.He said the EU must stand ready to help Italy and Malta, adding that it acted “much too late” on the Western Balkan route via Turkey and Greece.He warned against repeating the same errors in the Mediterranean, but said a new EU border guard force would not be ready before the end of the year.Concern is growing that migrants would divert to Italy after EU the closed the Western Balkan corridor.Tusk spoke one day after Austria announced tighter checks on its Italian border to prepare for a potential surge in people.According to UN figures, around 12,000 people have crossed the Mediterranean Sea to Italy since the beginning of March. The figure is a sharp increase on February (3,800).Tusk said that the deal between the EU and Turkey to reduce the numbers of migrants to Greece “is not perfect.”We are fully aware of its risks and weaknesses … everything depends on how it will be implemented,” he told the MEPs.
“The deal with Turkey and closing the Western Balkans route raise doubts of an ethical nature, and also legal, as in the case of Turkey. I share some of these doubts, too,” he said.Human rights groups have said the pact could result in mass returns of asylum seekers who would not receive adequate protection in Turkey. SOURCE: EU OBSERVER

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