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Gaddafi: Millions of blacks will flood Europe if I'm deposed.

The government of Libya is actively repatriating large numbers of illegal aliens from Italy back to Africa. It is part of a broad agreement between Italy and Libya.

Gaddafi issued a warning to Europe today saying he is protecting them from a flood of millions of black Africans. He also claims to be a valuable ally in the fight against Al Qaeda.

Gaddafi also funds militant black power groups in the United States, including the Nation of Islam. Even though Gaddafi has shown disdain for sub-Saharan [Negro] Africans in his speeches. Barack Obama’s “mentor” Jeremiah Wright even met with Gaddafi once and possibly received money from him.

Despite everything, it is a fact that the problems in Libya have disrupted the flow of African illegal aliens from Europe to detention centers in Libya.

From Reuters…

Libya is an important partner for the West in containing al Qaeda and illegal migrants trying to reach Europe, Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi said on Monday, in an apparent warning to governments planning sanctions.

“Libya plays a vital role in regional peace and world peace,” he said in an interview with the France 24 television station. “We are an important partner in fighting al Qaeda.”

“There are millions of blacks who could come to the Mediterranean to cross to France and Italy, and Libya plays a role in security in the Mediterranean,” he said, speaking through an interpreter.

Western governments have condemned Gaddafi for the killings of hundreds of people since protests against his rule broke out last month. Several foreign leaders have demanded sanctions and an end to his four decades in power.

But in the past few years foreign governments, especially in southern Europe, have relied on Libyan help to stem the flow of sub-Saharan Africans migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean, and there has also been some cooperation in combating al Qaeda.

Gaddadi has denied his security forces shot innocenent people, and in the interview on Monday repeated his assertion that the violence was orchestrated by al Qaeda.