Aug 17 2015
WHO CARES? For every dead body that has washed up onto the shores of Libya, hundreds of thousands of Muslim illegals have entered Europe
The bodies of Muslim parasites, thugs, rapists, and potential terrorists from overcrowded boats destined for Europe, that have capsized, killing those on board, are washing up on Libya’s beaches.
UK Daily Mail Their bones, half submerged in the sand, will be buried in unmarked graves, their relatives unaware their loved ones have perished. Volunteers from Libyan Red Crescent Society collect the bodies which were swallowed and spat out by the Mediterranean Sea as they embarked on the perilous journey from Libya bound for the island of Lampedusa off the Italian coast.
Unfortunately, more than 1,000 men, women and children who were able to survive treacherous journeys to Europe continued to be rescued off the coasts of Italy and Greece each day.
Shocking new photographs taken in Zuwara, on the west coast of Libya close to the Tunisian border, show the true extent of the illegal alien crisis. Bodies, some of which are barely more than a pile of bones, are being picked up on a 100-mile stretch of the war-torn country from Garaboli to Zuwara.
One picture is of a skeleton, which has been washed up on the beach with the still wearing the pair of yellow trousers and black leather belt they set off in.
Taha Sultan, head of health at Libyan Red Crescent Society, an organisation working on the ground to help the country’s illegal alien wannabe population, said hundreds of bodies had been washing up over the past year.
Speaking to MailOnline from Benghazi in the east of the country, he said: ‘We have been dealing with this for more than a year along the west coast. ‘It happens every day. These kind of things happen all the time in Libya.’
Explaining the mindset of the people who board the boats, sometimes with their young families, Mr Sultan said: ‘People are desperate to leave because they know they can get everything they need for free in Europe and won’t have to work.
Libya is split between two governments backed by armed factions fighting each other but which control limited territory. Islamic State and other armed groups have exploited a growing security vacuum on the ground to expand.
Libya Dawn, an alliance of armed groups, drove the internationally recognised government out of the capital, Tripoli, and declared its own government a year ago, leaving the oil-rich country on the verge of anarchy. Mr Sultan said that those who try to leave the country by legal means are unable to get visas, so opt for dangerous trips across the sea on rickety ships.
Muslim illegals who have arrived in Italy say human traffickers based in lawless Libya charge them between £770 and £1,150 for a place on the deck of boats. Those crammed in the hold pay about half as much as those above.
On Saturday, more than 40 Muslim illegals died in the Mediterranean off the Libyan coast after suffocating below the deck of an overcrowded boat. The vessel was carrying around 400 people when it was intercepted south of the Italian island of Lampedusa.
Footage of the rescue showed two navy vessels helping men, women and children off the dangerously overcrowded ship. The boat was ‘starting to sink’ when it was spotted by an Italian navy helicopter, around 21 miles off the Libyan coast. Around 200 Muslim invaders were presumed killed earlier this month off the coast of Libya when their boat capsized.
According to the International Organization for Migration, the number of illegal alien invaders who have arrived in Europe by sea so far this year is approaching 250,000. The death toll has risen to only about 2,300, but the figure is likely to be higher because some of the dead are never recovered.
More than 100,000 Muslim illegals have crossed the Channel of Sicily from Libya to reach safety in Italy so far this year. More than 1,000 illegals are being rescued from the sea off the coasts of Italy and Greece a day this summer and the number of arrivals has already surpassed the 2014 total.
The Channel of Sicily is now the deadliest route for those fleeing violence, natural disasters and abject poverty. Despite the dangers, some 102,000 have crossed the Channel of Sicily from Libya to reach safety in Italy so far this year.
Why the hell are these EU dhimmis like Richard Williams intent on bringing every last Muslim freeloader and terrorist into their countries? Ask him how many he has taken into his own home.