African Migrant Apocalypse Arrives in Spain; Pro-Invasion Groups Celebrate

These videos recently recorded from Ceuta, Spain, look like scenes from a zombie invasion movie, and the worst part isn’t even the screaming hordes of African men celebrating their brute-forced entry into European Union territory, but it’s the meek and pathetic reaction by European authorities to the hundreds of illegal entries over the past ten days.

Just take a look at the following video, recorded on August 1st, depicting the first concentrated border assault. 70 Sub-Saharan migrants rampage through town at around 5:30 AM, delirious from their success at scaling the nearby border fence or cutting through it with use of wire cutters and mallets.

The sirens of ambulances wail in the darkness. In the midst of the chaos, a group of about a dozen migrants lie on the ground as concerned police and paramedics surround them. First, the migrants try to keep authorities back by throwing sticks and stones, but eventually they relent as they realize the white men won’t harm or imprison them. One policeman lifts bottled water to the migrants’ mouths, others bandage wounded hands and wrists. One of the migrants sits, leaning against a lamppost, dressed in standard rapper attire, complete with baseball cap. At least he entered Europe in style. A young female paramedic carefully wipes blood from a migrant’s forearm.

In this scene, we witness a microcosm for a European society that has reached maximum tolerance levels. A vicious foreigner can illegally enter Europe, injure himself on barbed wire in the process, attack police, scream and dance and beat his bare chest in the middle of the night, and the only proper reaction native Europeans can legally have to all the infractions is to dress the foreigner’s wounds and cart him off to a reception center where he may hand in an asylum request.

The second video shows the most recent assault where nearly 200 migrants entered Spain from Morocco on Monday night, August 7th. This time, the migrants not only jumped the border fence, but also targeted the El Tarajal border crossing point, inciting violent scuffles which led to a Spanish guard severely breaking his leg.

Ceuta, a Spanish enclave bordering Morocco, has been a target for illegal migrants and smugglers trying to get into Europe for decades. A 20-foot-tall double border fence was constructed in 1993, and since then, there have been sporadic mass attempts by Africans to climb over it. 2017 has so far seen unprecedented numbers, and as long as humanitarian NGOs keep meddling in the affairs of European nations trying to defend their people and interests, migrants will continue their attempts to claim the ultimate prize: European welfare and women.

Technically, in Spain there is a law that if migrants are captured near the border, they can be returned to Morocco without needing to aid or register them. This law is naturally condemned by the United Nations. Hungary has a similar law: if migrants are caught by authorities within 8 kilometers of the Serbian or Croatian border, they are escorted back over the fence.

Of course, this has all the Invader-Aid groups reeling from fits of autistic screeching. Once they gather their wits, they send forth their legions of bitter, mostly female journalists and representatives to manufacture emotional articles about how bigoted native Europeans are for not caring about poor brown babies and mothers fleeing from imminent doom.

Nikolina Milic of the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights said: “These cruel and unlawful actions do nothing to stop the journey of people seeking safety and dignity. People tell us they have nothing to lose and will try to continue however dangerous it may be. Violence and intimidation must be replaced with fair and effective access to asylum procedures, and authorities must investigate claims of abuse.”

These so-called push-backs are prohibited by international refugee and human rights law, because, among other reasons, they undermine a person’s right to seek asylum and deny the right to due process before a decision is made on whether they should be expelled or not.

Concerning Spain again, the nation finds itself attacked by the same groups for any efforts to prevent pumped-up Sub-Saharans from rampaging in the streets and blocking traffic. This piece from The Independent, describing a mass border assault back in February 2017, includes information on the aid groups complaining about Spanish laws not protecting “refugees” enough:

Maria Vega, from the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), said Spanish authorities must properly assess asylum claims before returning people to Morocco and transfer refugees to the mainland as soon as possible.

“These transit centres are above their capacity and they are not an appropriate place for housing refugees, families and victims of trafficking,” she told The Independent.

“Women and children are sleeping in one side, with their husbands and male relatives forced into another place.”

Notice how every pro-rapefugee diatribe on the internet tries to deceitfully garner sympathy for migrants by first mentioning non-existent women and children, while euphemizing the screaming African males as mere “husbands” and “male relatives”. These writing techniques are emotional manipulation, and should be seen as nothing more than harmful attempts to gain support for illegal activity.

We need to say it, and say it clear: We, the native people of Europe, are not responsible for the fate of every human being on earth. Humanitarianism is ultimately done out of self-interest. People who are overly sensitive to suffering risk being a detriment to the whole of human society, and they must be contained.

Although this article is about a bleak subject, there is hope. Events like these help our cause, and wake up regular Europeans to the atrocities they have perhaps not seen clearly or truthfully before. Illegal migration is a serious crime that must be punished, and those caught aiding illegal activity are traitors and will be dealt with in due time.

Melissa Meszaros
Melissa is a Hungarian-American writer, editor, and translator who spent the first half of her life in Central New Jersey before relocating to Hungary. Today, from Hungary, she pursues a career in thought crime and Youtubing, and with her significant other is working towards building a loving home full of children and cats.