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Gadafi warning about illegal aliens already coming true.

Gadafi issued a warning to Europe that millions of Negroes would flood Europe if he goes down. Gadaffi has been actively co-operating with Italy to block the flow of illegal aliens from Africa and repatriate captured illegals back to Africa.

Since problems in North Africa began illegal aliens are once again flooding into the Mediterranean packed into small boats.

The massive earthquake in Japan may be Gaddafi’s saving grace. It has knocked him out of the western media. The United States still, after 66 years, provides for the defense of Japan. This means that all of our aircraft carriers are tied up with the war on terror and aiding Japan. There are none left to implement a proposed no-fly zone over Lybia.


Until a few weeks ago, the immigrant transfer center on this tiny Mediterranean island – a kind of Italian Ellis Island – was empty. An extensive European campaign against migration from Africa was considered so effective that the authorities basically shut it down.

But since the Tunisian government collapsed in January, spurring unrest across North Africa, Lampedusa has been bustling. The Italian police tow in boats full of desperate immigrants – about 6,000 refugees in the past two months. Young men in hooded jackets smoke cigarettes and await transfer to the mainland – a prospect that is striking fear in many European hearts.

The turmoil in Libya and elsewhere in the region has toppled or undermined North African dictators who negotiated a web of benefits from Europe, including aid and diplomatic standing, in return for stopping immigrants seeking to cross the Mediterranean.

Without the assistance of those leaders, many in Europe worry that they will face new waves of illegal immigration not only from the liberated areas in the north, but from much of sub-Saharan Africa as well.

The immigrants would arrive at a time when much of Europe – struggling with high unemployment and lethargic economies – is already awash with anti-immigrant sentiment, and many countries say they are simply incapable of absorbing poor migrants.

“In Italy, there is really a panic,” said Anna Triandafyllidou, a migration expert with the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy. “Everything is up in the air, and no one knows what to do.”

Unable to build the kind of border fence that the United States has erected to keep Mexicans at home, countries like Spain and Italy have spent years forging close relationships with North African leaders, persuading them to prevent migrants from trying to sail the rough seas of the Mediterranean. In return, Morocco, Tunisia and particularly Libya sometimes used brutal tactics to keep immigrants from ever getting near European shores, human rights activists say.

Italy’s agreement with Libya, signed in 2008, was considered especially effective. Italy pledged $5 billion over 20 years in exchange for Libya’s blocking would-be immigrants from leaving. Almost overnight immigrants stopped arriving in Lampedusa.