Saturday, 7 May 2011
I mentioned a few weeks ago that one of the Tunisian savages who had made it to Europe via Lampedusa revealed, in an interview with a French newspaper, that 12 girls had been thrown overboard during the journey.

It seems that this is not an isolated occurrence. The Marseillaise reports another instance of this happening:

Hamed saw "an inflatable dinghy throw 17 women overboard to lighten the load on the boat. A friend abandoned his brother in the open sea because the captain threatened to throw him in the water if he picked up this brother who had fallen from the boat."

The bizarro Party of In-nocence has deplored the "abyssal silence" surrounding the Tunisians' practice of drowning women on the crossings and called for an investigation.



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