Undercover Video: European Union's Migrant Trafficking Operation

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  1. kazenatsu

    kazenatsu Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    In a startling exposé, Érik Tegnér, the editor of the French identitarian weekly Livre Noir, has unveiled the hidden financial implications of the massive influx of African migrants (so they can't call them what they are now? Illegal invaders) They aren't migrating they are being SHIPPED, BUSED, FLOWN to the US and into the European Union (EU). In a video recorded surreptitiously during his journey from El Hierro to Tenerife in the Canary Islands, Tegnér used statistical data to shed light on the staggering costs incurred by European taxpayers due to the transportation of thousands of African migrants. EU elites are once again utilizing mass migration to replace European populations, resulting in shocking demographic impacts that profoundly affect European countries' national and cultural identities. Migrants are being used by the left-wing elites and those posing as conservatives to dilute host cultures, ensure more votes, and seize power.
    video in link: https://rairfoundation.com/explosive-undercover-video-european-unions-migrant-trafficking-operation/

    The video begins with Tegnér aboard a ferryboat, revealing a striking presence of approximately 280 migrants who have boarded the vessel alongside him. Despite the evident influx of migrants, Tegnér and his cameraman face restrictions on filming the situation. Guardia Civil police officers and security personnel from an association closely monitor their actions to prevent video recording.

    Nevertheless, Tegnér manages to capture some footage, providing evidence about the role of smugglers in facilitating migration. He contends that the actual smugglers are not shadowy criminals but the EU itself. According to his observations, migrants move from boat to boat and bus to bus on their journey to the European continent, where they continue their transit to destinations like Malaga by plane.

    Tegnér underlines the private nature of the Spanish ferry company, Naviera Armas, implying that they are not providing transportation services for free. Someone must be paying for it, and he suspects that the funding is coming from the taxpayers. He notes that at least 280 people travel on the ferryboat daily, with a ticket price of €60 per person. Using simple arithmetic, he calculates that the daily cost for these 280 migrants amounts to €16,800. Extrapolating this figure to a monthly basis, the cost reaches half a million euros for just one ferry route between the two Canary Islands.​
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