EU is FINISHED if they don't deport thousands of African men out of Lampedusa and Italy, says Patrick Christys

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Patrick Christys says the EU is 'finished' if they do not deport thousands of African men

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Patrick Christys

By Patrick Christys

Published: 20/09/2023

- 10:10

Updated: 20/09/2023

- 10:25

Patrick Christys delivers his verdict on the current migrant crisis facing Europe

If the EU doesn't deport the thousands of young African men who've arrived in Lampedusa then the game is up, Europe is finished, and frankly, so are we.

Around 11,000 African men have arrived on the small Italian island in the last few days. They now outnumber the local population by almost two to one.

There can be no doubt that the overwhelming majority of people coming are economic migrants. There are even rumours of Russia's Wagner group of armed mercenaries in Africa helping to flood Europe with these illegal immigrants as a way of causing instability. And it's working, isn't it?

Germany and France are refusing to take any more new arrivals from Italy because they say Italy isn't doing their bit. And despite Keir Starmer supposedly wanting us to be part of some kind of EU asylum scheme, we can't enter into it, because the EU admits that their current policies are a total mess. One thing is for sure, though, the people of Lampedusa certainly are doing their bit.

We can see footage of the amount of people arriving in recent days. That is an invasion, isn't it? That is what an invasion looks like. But of course the Refugees Welcome Brigade will be quick to point out that all of these poor people are fleeing war and persecution and they need a home.

People like this African transvestite talking to himself whilst he walks down the street, or people like this man washing his genitals in the town's water fountain. Nice.

For people who don't know exactly where Lampedusa is, I'll show you on a map. Right now, it's that tiny little island there, surrounded by red dots, east of Tunisia to the South of the Italian island of Sicily. Well, now we can see the geography of it there, can't we?

So the EU quite clearly faces a choice. It can use Lampedusa as a holding pen for illegal immigrants before deporting them, or it can release them into Europe. They can end up anywhere and hundreds of thousands, if not millions more will come because they realise that just getting to Lampedusa guarantees you entry into Europe.

There is no question that Italy is for many people coming from Africa, the gateway into Europe. There is also no question that Britain is, for many, the final destination. It's not just the numbers that worry me though, it's the internal conflicts that come with it.

The question of deporting people or allowing them to stay divides Europeans. It divides Brits. But then the added conflict comes from groups of migrants who don't get along with each other for cultural or religious reasons. And we're seeing more and more of that.

EU chief Ursula von der Leyen apparently went to have a look at Lampedusa yesterday. Keir Starmer’s meeting with Emmanuel Macron, etcetera, etcetera.

Politicians can talk all they want and look at the problem all they want. But the reality is that if the EU doesn't deport the thousands of people who've just arrived in Lampedusa, then Europe faces a total capitulation.

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