Friday, June 29, 2018

March or Die! How Algeria Deals with Illegal Aliens

By Jerry PDX
Thursday, June 28, 2018 at 7:12:00 P.M. EDT

Here is another link to a more detailed AP story re Algeria's expulsion of illegals. Here is an excerpt from the story:

"In Assamaka, the migrants settle into a depression in the dunes behind the border post until the IOM can get enough buses to fetch them. The IOM offers them a choice: Register with IOM to return eventually to their home countries or fend for themselves at the border.

"Some decide to take their chances on another trip north, moving to The Dune, an otherworldly open-air market a few kilometers away, where macaroni and gasoline from Algeria are sold out of the back of pickups and donkey carts. From there, they will try again to return to Algeria, in hopes of regaining the lives and jobs they left behind. Trucks are leaving all the time, and they take their fare in Algerian dinars."

Jerry: Sounds like a lot of these people are making a choice to go back to Algeria, instead of accepting help to go back home. So why are the Algerians responsible again?

The article also mentioned that the trip back south is essentially the same trip they took to get to Algeria. So if they successfully made it to Algeria, then why can't they also get back home the same way?

[N.S.: The AP group member also makes it sound as if Algeria were their home, and they are being uprooted from it.]

Notice also, if you do search for these articles on google, they all mention "pregnant women" prominently, and show pictures of women. However, it's just like the boat immigrants and Mex at the border; every wide shot of the crowds of people shows it's 95% young males. It's designed to elicit sympathy and steer attention away from the fact that these mass migrations are usually invasions of 20-something-year-old men. No mention or photos of children, though I can't believe these migrants have no children, so I gather from that that the Algerians are exempting people with children. That has to be the case because these kind of articles would love nothing better than to blast "migrant children sent to the desert to die." All they need is one kid to die to be able to do that, but there isn't a peep about children.

By Anonymous
Thursday, June 28, 2018 at 8:27:00 P.M. EDT

Seven hundred mile sand berm between Morocco and Algeria. Prevent persons from crossing illegally. Golly! Who would do such a terrible thing.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

; "every wide shot of the crowds of people shows it's 95% young males

Young buck males fit and all of military age.