Slave markets in Libya.

You know how we’re always told that infinity third world migrants, with no discernible skills or qualifications, and with an average IQ that is comparable to the reading on a thermometer on a mild spring day, will somehow be a massive benefit to our highly technological, first world, European societies? Well, if you’re a regular reader of this blog, you will probably have noticed that I’ve been somewhat skeptical about this claim in the past. Today I am happy to say that I have been proven wrong. These enterprising geniuses have discovered a market niche that will undoubtedly have massive benefits for their economic prospects in Europe. They’ve gotten involved in slave trading.

From BBC

Africans trying to reach Europe are being sold by their captors in “slave markets” in Libya, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) says.

Black people from war-free (albeit impoverished) nations, looking to come live on welfare in Europe and probably rape as many white women as they can find, are getting captured and enslaved by Arab slave traders along the way. No doubt, that white people are the ones to blame, for creating functioning civilisations that attract these people to take these risks in order to reach them.

Victims told IOM that after being detained by people smugglers or militia groups, they were taken to town squares or car parks to be sold.

Migrants with skills like painting or tiling would fetch higher prices, the head of the IOM in Libya told the BBC.

What a tragedy. If these painters and tilers are getting captured and sold by slave traders, then European countries will never see the benefits of their skills. Instead we’ll have to… God forbid… hire native European painters and tilers instead.

Libya has been in chaos since the 2011 Nato-backed ousting of Muammar Gaddafi.

Which is exactly what will have in Syria as well if Assad is taken out. Even if you don’t believe in the possibility of World War 3 breaking out between America and Russia, you have to at least look at the precedent with Libya to see what Syria’s potential future could be.

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And there are actually delusional people who think a similar fate for Syria is a good thing.

Hundreds of young sub-Saharan African men have been caught up in the so-called slave markets, according to the IOM report.

I honestly have no sympathy. After seeing the chaos that sub-Saharan African men have brought to Europe, I really do not care. As far as I’m concerned, they took a chance, hoping to come leech off of European productivity, and it simply didn’t pay off. Not my problem.

Why should anyone in Europe care about the well-being of members of an invading army, looking to plunder our wealth, destroy our infrastructure, and rape our women and children? Fuck them all.

Migrants ‘forced to starve’

A Senegalese migrant, who was not named to protect his identity, said that he had been sold at one such market in the southern Libyan city of Sabha, before being taken to a makeshift prison where more than 100 migrants were being held hostage.

Poor guy, just trying to escape the Syrian civil war that has obviously spread to Senegal.

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*sigh*

How gullible can people possibly be, to actually still believe the idiotic “They’re refugees fleeing war” narrative? It couldn’t be a more obvious invasion.

He said that migrants held at the facility were told to call their families, who would be asked for money to pay for their release, and some were beaten while on the phone to allow relatives to hear them being tortured.

This sort of thing will be happening in Europe before long. In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if it already is happening.

He described “dreadful” conditions where migrants were forced to survive on limited food supplies, with those unable to pay either killed or left to starve, the report adds.

Oh dear. I guess there’s only one possible solution. We’ll just have to set up migrant processing centres in every single sub-Saharan African country, and fly them all directly into Europe, so they won’t have to risk getting enslaved in Libya on their quest to invade us.  You know, seeing as they’re never going to stop trying to get into Europe, and we’re too paralysed with political correctness to tell them that they aren’t welcome.

Another witness, who was able to raise the funds needed for his release after nine months, was later taken to hospital with severe malnutrition, weighing just 5.5 stone (35 kg).

Women, too, were bought by private Libyan clients and brought to homes where they were forced to be sex slaves, the witness said.

This is hardly anything new of course. North Africa was always historically, a base for Arab slave traders. Not only did they enslave sub-Saharan Africans, but they also launched plenty of raids on Europe for slaves as well.

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White people are expected to feel collective guilt for their ancestor’s role in Black African slavery. Nobody expects Arabs to feel collective guilt for their ancestor’s role in white slavery, or in Black African slavery (which was larger than that of white people).

The only reason it was eventually stopped was when Europeans (most notably the French) got sick of the constant slave raids, and conquered and occupied North Africa, so that the slavers would no longer have a base from which to launch attacks on Europe. Again, we’re always told about the evils of colonialism, but in some cases at least, it wasn’t simply motivated by greed or a lust for power. The desire to protect one’s own people (something Europeans have long since forgotten) was sometimes a motivator as well.

The IOM’s chief of mission for Libya, Othman Belbeisi, told the BBC that those sold into slavery found themselves priced according to their abilities.

“Apparently they don’t have money and their families cannot pay the ransom, so they are being sold to get at least a minimum benefit from that,” he said.

“The price is definitely different depending on your qualifications, for example if you can do painting or tiles or some specialised work then the price gets higher.”

An IOM staff member in Niger said they confirmed the reports of auctions in Libya with several other migrants who had escaped.

“They all confirmed the risks of been sold as slaves in squares or garages in Sabha, either by their drivers or by locals who recruit the migrants for daily jobs in town, often in construction.

“Later, instead of paying them, [they] sell their victims to new buyers.”

And again no doubt, Europeans will be the ones to get the blame for all this.

Some migrants, mainly Nigerians, Ghanaians and Gambians are forced to work “as guards in the ransom houses or in the ‘market’ itself”, the IOM employee added.

Nigerians, Ghanaians and Gambians, All just trying to flee the brutal civil war in Syria, and that madman Assad, who gases his own people, including children, for no reason whatsoever.

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This mild mannered, well spoken, and highly intelligent, London educated, medical doctor, is so dangerous, that people as far away as sub-Saharn Africa, all need to flee to Europe, to escape his chemical weapons. Yes, people are this gullible.

The organisation has called the emergence of these markets “a disturbing new trend in the already dire situation for migrants in Libya”.

Their situation wouldn’t be so “dire” if they stayed in their home countries, rather than leaving to plunder Europe. People often make the argument that they wouldn’t take such risks, not only the possibility of being enslaved, but also the risk of drowning en route to Europe, unless the situation back home was so bad, that it justified the risks. That’s rubbish when they’re fleeing countries that aren’t experiencing war or any other humanitarian disaster. The reason they take the risk is because they don’t know what they’re getting into, and the lure of living in luxury in Europe, rather than poverty back home, is impossible to resist. There is no evidence to suggest that they are aware of the potential dangers facing them if they make the journey.

In February, the UN children’s agency Unicef released a report documenting – in sometimes horrific detail – stories of slavery, violence and sexual abuse experienced by large numbers of vulnerable children travelling from Libya to Italy.

“Children”

Yeah, forgive me for being skeptical again.

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The report, A Deadly Journey for Children, said that almost 26,000 children – most of them unaccompanied – crossed the Mediterranean in 2016, many of them suffering abuse at the hands of smugglers and traffickers.

Keep in mind, that as I’ve covered before in previous posts, a lot of these “children” are a lot older than is being claimed.

Tens of thousands of migrants arrived in Italy last year by sea, crossing from North Africa. But before they reach the jumping-off point in Libya, many migrants will have undertaken a perilous journey of up to six days across the Sahara in extreme temperatures.

Yeah… still not finding the will to care here at all.

So there you have it. There’s a war happening in Syria right now. People from sub-Saharan Africa are trying to invade Europe. Stupid people confuse the concept of refugees fleeing the war in Syria, with these Africans trying to invade Europe. Many of these would be invaders are getting enslaved in Libya, a country which was destroyed in similar fashion to what is being attempted in Syria right now. Some of the stupid people who support helping “Syrian refugees” (including these African people who they think are Syrian refugees), are supportive of the idea of America starting a war with Syria and potentially turning it into another Libya in the process.

This is why I have no faith in humanity anymore.

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