Sunday, 10 April 2011
I'm not going to pretend that I care about the North African migrants making their way into Europe. I've made it clear that, to me, they are a bunch of worthless savages. In fact, they're not even worthless. They have negative worth. They are part of a 1400-year-old conspiracy of evil against the human race; and, although it may not be the uppermost thing in their minds at the moment, if they succeed in making their way into Europe, they will ultimately work to further the goals of that conspiracy. Consequently, their deaths are a good thing.

The appropriate response to the problem is this: our goverments should send ships to intercept the boats bearing the North African migrants. They should be told to turn back. If they refuse, they should be machine-gunned. Ramming their boats with larger ships would also be an option. This would drown most of them and would have the added advantage of saving bullets. But if any were particularly good swimmers, they might survive. So ramming followed by supplementary machine-gunning would probably be best.

But let's say you were a proud humanitarian, steeped in the Utopian ideology of compassion and European guilt. What policy should you support? The same one. Machine-gunning the refugees is the most humane policy. How so? Consider what has happened this week alone. A ship with 300 migrants on it sank and 250 of them drowned.

Jean-Philippe Chauzy, a spokesman for the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), said the boat experienced difficulties and capsized soon after Italian coastguard vessels arrived. "The sea was rough and after people went to one side it began taking in water and sank quickly," he said. "People drowned immediately and some non-swimmers clung to those who could swim, taking them down. It is a real horror story."

There was also an interesting interview with a 20-year-old Tunisian migrant called Tarek in Le Figaro this week. Along with other Tunisians, he is camped out along the Italian border with France at Ventimiglia, waiting for a chance to cross.

150 of us were piled up in a boat designed for 60, explains the young man. In the course of the journey to Lampedusa, twelve girls were thrown into the sea. Then I was transferred to Sicily. I escaped and took the train.

Twelve girls just thrown into the sea to reduce the load, he relates matter-of-factly! So hundreds of people are dying in this mad migration. We already know of several hundred and there are probably many more we don't know of.

If we machine-gunned a few boatloads, killing, let's say, 200 people, what would happen afterwards? They'd stop coming. Completely. They'd realise that the game was up and the Europeans had come to their senses again. There would be no more boatloads and no more deaths en route. So, in the first week alone, you'd be making a profit in terms of the numbers of lives saved.

Why aren't the crazed leftist Utopians demanding immediate machine-gunning of the North Africans then? Because it's not about saving lives or even helping people for them. It's about moral masturbation, finding new ways to congratulate themselves upon their own unique high-mindedness. If they can't do that, they're not interested.


Anonymous said...

Lets put it this way, the difference between them and us. They are not afraid of death and we are fearful of death.

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