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It sounds as if the authorities are still trying to cover up for things.


SOP in Europe, from what I've been reading. The police being told to STFU about who fill out these gangs, rapists, criminals, etc.

But it seems some of them are still leaking a bit here & there, understandably. Of course, the bureaucrats running the show would punish such leakers, in a heartbeat, as we witnessed with the nearly retired Swedish cop who broke the silence.

Hell, they're charging citizens with fucking Thought Crimes for posting their dislike of the political regime's importation of foreign muslims. I imagine any police or gov't employees who break the silence would have their careers stomped out, and possibly similar thought crime charges brought against them by the same political leaders.



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How long will people (Germans in this case, Europeans in general) stand for this sort of shit?



I think Merkel, and fellow EU tyrants, are hoping they can keep downplaying the situation so long that by the time people finally get sick of it, they will have imported enough foreign voters, and locked up enough people expressing dissent, that nobody can challenge them or these policies.

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Woman Invites Sudanese Refugee To Live In Her Home, Months Later He Calls Her A Heartless Racist

JOHN SEXTONPosted at 1:21 pm on July 19, 2017

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The Australian published a story last week written by a 71-year-old woman named Lynn Barber who lives in London. Barber was influenced by seeing pictures of refugees struggling to make it to Europe and one day she decided she had to do something about it. She happened to know an artist (Mike) who had worked at a refugee camp in France and told him that, if he knew of a refugee who needed a home, she would take that person in. A few weeks later, Mike called and brought Mohammed over. And just like that, Barber found herself alone with a stranger in her house.

Nothing terrible happens. Mohammed doesn’t steal. He isn’t threatening. He even cooks Barber dinner a number of times. Despite this, all of Barber’s friends keep telling her she’s crazy. She doesn’t know anything about this person. Who is he? Why did he leave his home? On the few occasions when the topic does come up he gives vague answers about his motives but has a memorable story about his travel across Europe:

He was studying oil engineering at Khartoum University when he “got in trouble” (unspecified) and was advised to leave Sudan quickly. That was last April. His uncle paid people smugglers to take him by truck across the desert to Libya, a five-day journey, and then by sea to Italy. The boatman had no navigation equipment so they were bobbing about in the Mediterranean for several hours before a Red Cross plane spotted them and sent a boat to guide them to the Italian shore. The police detained them for a couple of days, then sent them on their way; they took a train to Ventimiglia, Nice, Paris and eventually Calais, where he joined the so-called Jungle, an informal migrant camp.

He was there for five months, walking eight kilometres to the docks every day, trying to board a semi-trailer. One day he found an empty truck where he could cling inside the wheel arch, and a short while later heard the ferry hooting and was on his way to Dover. But he had to remain hidden, and when they reached England the truck drove for almost an hour — he almost died of cold — before stopping at a petrol station. When the driver went to pay, Mohammed jumped down and hid behind some trees; the driver never knew he had carried a passenger.


Six months later, Barber decides to write an article about her experience having a refugee as a houseguest. Her goal, she admits, is to convince others it’s a risk worth taking. She sends the completed article to Mike, the person who brought Mohammed to her door, and assumes he will share it with Mohammed. And suddenly, Mohammed won’t talk to her anymore. She finally confronts him, asking if something in the article offended him:

At first he just kept shaking his head and moaning, but then he burst out furiously: “I am not a refugee!” What! What are you doing here then? Why are you living in my house? “I am a political leader! My family are very rich! We could buy you up like that. Do you want money? Is that why you write this filth? I get you money. You First World women are all the same, you are heartless. You have no feelings. You Christians are all racists.” And more and more increasingly incoherent ­rambling — it was bewildering but also frightening because he seemed to feel such deep hatred towards me. Eventually he said with great rhetorical flourish: “I can no longer live in this house.

And just like that, Barber walked him to the door. Weeks go by and Barber’s computer is having problems. She goes to get the old computer she had been letting Mohammed use and finds a cache of porn and personal photos which suggest his story about struggling through Europe weren’t quite accurate. What pulled me up sharply were many pictures of Mohammed and a group of friends sightseeing in Paris and in various pools. His journey across Europe looked more like a holiday jaunt than a desperate flight to asylum,” Barber writes.

In retrospect, Barber realizes she really knew nothing about the person she was living with for six months. In the end, he wasn’t violent and he didn’t steal anything, he just hated her for being a heartless, Christian racist. But it could have been anyone. She took a big risk. And despite all that, Barber says now that another six months have passed she is ready to consider inviting another refugee to stay with her.



This woman should consider herself lucky and seriously reconsider doing something like this again.

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Someone actually criticizes the pro-immigration crowd's attempts to shut up any criticism of immigration and Islam.. on YLE!

https://yle.fi/uutiset/3-9717926

In short, the man says that in a free country built upon western standards of freedom and justice you cannot *silence* political opposition even if they are critical of Islam.

He adds that we might actually reach a sensible and rational kind of criticism of Islam and immigration if we weren't so focused on attacking each other for political ideology from how I read it.

He links this with how during Soviet days anyone criticizing Soviet Union was labeled as "anti-Soviet" and how such people were being silenced and attacked and how we're essentially doing the same now with Islam.

He also acknowledges that he himself has witnessed senseless oppression and forced submission in Islamic world that are far more shocking than some mere notions in the West that go too far in their criticism of Islam.

Finally he concludes that maybe we never got past Finlandization - that somehow we're still applying Finlandization to Islam these days.

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Active TB Increased 30 Percent in Germany In 2015, Year of Massive Immigration

by MICHAEL PATRICK LEAHY
26 Jul 2017

The German equivalent of the Centers for Disease Control says the number of active cases of tuberculosis (TB) diagnosed in Germany increased 30 percent in one year, jumping to 5,852 in 2015, up from 4,488 in 2014. That dramatic increase slowed significantly in 2016, when 5,915 cases were reported.

The two consecutive years of increases in TB are a marked contrast to the decade of steady annual declines from 2002–when about 7,700 cases were diagnosed–to 2012, when about 4,100 cases were reported. (See pages 210 and 211 of The Infectious Disease Epidemiology Annual Report released by Germany’s Robert Koch Institute (RKI) on July 12.)

The stunning increase in the incidence of TB in 2015 came at the same time Germany experienced a massive wave of immigration from high TB burden countries in Africa and the Middle East.

“Net migration of foreign people amounted to 1.14 million. This is the highest net immigration of foreigners ever recorded in the history of the Federal Republic of Germany,” DW.com reported.

The figure marks a 49-percent increase compared to 2014, which witnessed a net migration of 577,000 people.

The office registered in 2015 under two million immigrants arriving in Germany, while 860,000 departed again. . .

For the first time immigrants from non-European countries outnumbered those from Europe.


The population of Germany in 2016 was 80.6 million, according to United Nations data. The rate of TB increased from 5.6 per 100,000 residents in 2014 to 7.3 per 100,000 residents in 2016.

As a point of comparison, the rate of TB in the United States over the same time period decreased slightly from 3.0 per 100,000 residents in 2014 to 2.9 per 100,000 residents in 2016.

More than 67 percent of all cases of TB in the United States in 2016 were foreign-born, up from 22 percent in 1986. Similar data was not included in the RKI report on Germany.

Writing at the Gatestone Institute, Soeren Kern notes:

The [RKI] report shows increased incidences in Germany of adenoviral conjunctivitis, botulism, chicken pox, cholera, cryptosporidiosis, dengue fever, echinococcosis, enterohemorrhagic E. coli, giardiasis, haemophilus influenza, Hantavirus, hepatitis, hemorrhagic fever, HIV/AIDS, leprosy, louse-borne relapsing fever, malaria, measles, meningococcal disease, meningoencephalitis, mumps, paratyphoid, rubella, shigellosis, syphilis, toxoplasmosis, trichinellosis, tuberculosis, tularemia, typhus and whooping cough.

The increases by disease in Germany are staggering, Kern adds:

    ---The incidence of Hepatitis B, for example, has increased by 300% during the last three years, according to the RKI.
    ---During the past two years, at least 48 people in Germany were diagnosed with [Louse-Borne Relapsing Fever] LBRF, a disease that was unheard of in the country before the migration crisis in 2015.
    ---Around 700 people in Germany have been diagnosed with measles during the first six months of 2017, compared with 323 cases in all of 2016… [an] outbreak that health authorities have linked to immigration from Romania.
    ---In February 2016, a patient who had been infected in Togo, West Africa, was treated and died in Germany. After his death, a Lassa virus infection was confirmed in another person who had professional contact with the corpse of the deceased. The person was treated at an isolation facility and survived the disease. This was the first documented transmission of the Lassa virus in Germany.
    --- Nearly a thousand people were diagnosed with dengue fever, a mosquito-borne tropical disease, in Germany during 2016. This is up 25% from 2014, when 755 people were diagnosed with the disease.
    ---Between 2014 and 2016, more than 200 people in Germany have been diagnosed with echinococcosis, a tapeworm infection. This represents an increase of around 30%.

As Breitbart News has reported, the increase in the number of foreign-born residents in the United States from 11 million in 1985 to 42 million in 2015 has coincided with a similar increase in previously eradicated diseases in the United States:

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    The number of communicable TB cases, dubbed active TB, increased by 1.7 percent to 9,563 in 2015, after 23 years of steady decline in the United States. In 1986, 22 percent of the 22,000 active TB cases in the U.S. were foreign born. By 20---15, 66 percent of the 9,563 active TB cases were foreign born—a tripling.
    ---“In 2014, the United States experienced a record number of measles cases, with 667 cases from 27 states reported to CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (NCIRD); this is the greatest number of cases since measles elimination was documented in the U.S. in 2000,” the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports.
    ---In 1976, (whooping cough, or pertussis) had been virtually eradicated here, with only 1,010 cases reported that year. But a decade later, in 1986, the number of reported cases had crept back up over 4,000. Now, in 2014, the reported number of cases have increased to 32,971, more than thirty times the number of cases reported just four decades earlier.
    --Once a common illness among children and young adults, cases of mumps in the US have dropped by 99% since a vaccine was introduced in 1967. . . But occurrences crop up, particularly among close-knit communities. The CDC reports that there have been 688 reported cases of mumps in the US in 2015,” Health.com reports.

Public health risks associated with mass migration of refugees from countries in Africa and the Middle East to Western Europe and the United States continue to be significant, and may well be under reported.


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Raw Exposure: Leftwing–Islamic Alliance Fabricated Europe’s Migration Crisis

VICTOR GAETAN

August 1, 2017, 12:05 am

The makings of a “humanitarian challenge.\
By now, we recognize fake news, dragging citizens down endless rabbit holes.

What about “deviously misleading” news, especially coverage of far away problems?

The American public has been subjected to international reporting grievously one sided — namely, left sided — forcing us to wrong-headed conclusions based on false assumptions.

An excellent case in point is the European migration crisis of 2015-2016.



A new book by Christopher Deliso, Migration, Terrorism, and the Future of a Divided Europe (Praeger, 2017), piles fact upon fact to show the massive movement of Middle Eastern and African people into Europe was no cataclysmic wartime event.

It was a deliberate and avoidable phenomenon facilitated by the Turkish government, globalists — including, prominently, George Soros and European Union (EU) leadership — and criminals. The result is a perilous ongoing security threat to the West.

Blame Turkey

Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan was “generous” toward refugees from a crisis he helped foment: Some three million Syrians displaced by the Islamic State’s violence found sanctuary in Turkey, living in camps managed by the United Nations or on their own around the country.

But Erdogan banned refugees from taking permanent residence or working (until last year), which created economic pressure as the Syrian war dragged on. A study in 2015 co-sponsored by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Federations found 78% of displaced Syrians in Turkey wanted to stay.

Through 2014, the Turkish and Greek government collaborated to prevent migration across the Aegean, blocking some 11,000 from crossing the border and arresting another 30,000 undocumented people who made it to Greece that year.

As Deliso points out, Turkey has “total leverage” over Europe regarding migration from the East.

By the end of 2015, 1.1 million migrants and refugees arrived in Europe by sea, 80% via the Turkey-Greece route — and little about the war in Syria had changed to explain this mad increase in volume.

Rather, Erdogan used migration to extract concessions from the EU: By March 2016, desperate to make him turn off the spigot, the EU gifted Turkey with 3 billion euro for refugee hosting expenses and visa-free travel for Turkish citizens.

Open Border Agitation

Globalists in various guises agitated for open borders long before there was a Syrian War to blame.

Christopher Deliso calls George Soros a “globalist mastermind behind the European migrant crisis of 2015.”

Soros simultaneously trumpeted the human rights of asylum seekers over the security of borders; lobbied the United Nations, European Union, and U.S. Government to see the world his way; and financed a legion of pro-migration NGOs, think tanks, academics, and activists to facilitate this movement.

Soros is part of the “migration deep state” that helped engineer Greece’s about face by supporting Alex Tsipras, elected in January 2015 as leader of Syriza, the coalition of the radical left.

Prime Minister Tsipras’ government opened the border between Turkey and Greece.

With resentment of the EU and Germany in particular boiling over — because German-imposed austerity conditions crimped Greece’s overspending style — the Tsipras government literally threatened to send a flood of migrants in Berlin’s direction if Germany didn’t back off.

Greece made good on its threat and Germany reacted… with a welcome mat, declaring undocumented newcomers eligible for resettlement regardless of what European country they first entered.

Money and Criminals

Migration, Terrorism, and the Future of a Divided Europe explores the money surrounding and enabling the crisis, a key driver rarely addressed.

Deliso observes that the migration economy “while fundamentally nonproductive, exists to further a mass migration of wealth,” creating a symbiosis between legal and illegal transactions.

The price of caring for over one million impoverished people, borne mainly by taxpayers, was a boon to industries ranging from housing to policing.

Mainly, it benefited criminals.

As one senior European intelligence officer muses to the author, “Angela Merkel activated every single illegal network between Syria and Germany. Why did she do this?”

Human trafficking, weapons and drug smuggling, antiquities theft, and document fraud were all exponentially mobilized to facilitate and finance illegal transit.

Criminal revenue from migrant smuggling in 2015, to and within the EU, was an estimated 3-6 billion euros according to Europol.

Corrupt diplomats got in on the act: The author interviewed the former employee of an Athens-based, Muslim-majority embassy who said the consulate sold passports to migrants for 1,000 euros each.

And fraudulent passports get to the heart of what this book exposes: because it was dressed up as a humanitarian challenge, the migration crisis of 2015-2016 did not even register as the security disaster it really is.


Christopher Deliso, an American-born analyst who’s been living in Skopje, Macedonia for many years, reveals that Greece failed to properly register hundreds of thousands of the undocumented people who passed through and… evaporated.

To satisfy the Left’s ideological demand for open borders, Western Europe’s bureaucrats forfeited an obligation to protect citizens — a reality that indirectly imperils the United States to this day.

(Our series, “Soros in the Balkans Under the American Flag,” will continue.)


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chijohnaok wrote:
https://spectator.org/raw-exposure-leftwing-islamic-alliance-fabricated-europes-migration-crisis/

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Soros in the Balkans

Raw Exposure: Leftwing–Islamic Alliance Fabricated Europe’s Migration Crisis

VICTOR GAETAN

August 1, 2017, 12:05 am

The makings of a “humanitarian challenge.\
By now, we recognize fake news, dragging citizens down endless rabbit holes.

What about “deviously misleading” news, especially coverage of far away problems?

The American public has been subjected to international reporting grievously one sided — namely, left sided — forcing us to wrong-headed conclusions based on false assumptions.

An excellent case in point is the European migration crisis of 2015-2016.



A new book by Christopher Deliso, Migration, Terrorism, and the Future of a Divided Europe (Praeger, 2017), piles fact upon fact to show the massive movement of Middle Eastern and African people into Europe was no cataclysmic wartime event.

It was a deliberate and avoidable phenomenon facilitated by the Turkish government, globalists — including, prominently, George Soros and European Union (EU) leadership — and criminals. The result is a perilous ongoing security threat to the West.

Blame Turkey

Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan was “generous” toward refugees from a crisis he helped foment: Some three million Syrians displaced by the Islamic State’s violence found sanctuary in Turkey, living in camps managed by the United Nations or on their own around the country.

But Erdogan banned refugees from taking permanent residence or working (until last year), which created economic pressure as the Syrian war dragged on. A study in 2015 co-sponsored by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Federations found 78% of displaced Syrians in Turkey wanted to stay.

Through 2014, the Turkish and Greek government collaborated to prevent migration across the Aegean, blocking some 11,000 from crossing the border and arresting another 30,000 undocumented people who made it to Greece that year.

As Deliso points out, Turkey has “total leverage” over Europe regarding migration from the East.

By the end of 2015, 1.1 million migrants and refugees arrived in Europe by sea, 80% via the Turkey-Greece route — and little about the war in Syria had changed to explain this mad increase in volume.

Rather, Erdogan used migration to extract concessions from the EU: By March 2016, desperate to make him turn off the spigot, the EU gifted Turkey with 3 billion euro for refugee hosting expenses and visa-free travel for Turkish citizens.

Open Border Agitation

Globalists in various guises agitated for open borders long before there was a Syrian War to blame.

Christopher Deliso calls George Soros a “globalist mastermind behind the European migrant crisis of 2015.”

Soros simultaneously trumpeted the human rights of asylum seekers over the security of borders; lobbied the United Nations, European Union, and U.S. Government to see the world his way; and financed a legion of pro-migration NGOs, think tanks, academics, and activists to facilitate this movement.

Soros is part of the “migration deep state” that helped engineer Greece’s about face by supporting Alex Tsipras, elected in January 2015 as leader of Syriza, the coalition of the radical left.

Prime Minister Tsipras’ government opened the border between Turkey and Greece.

With resentment of the EU and Germany in particular boiling over — because German-imposed austerity conditions crimped Greece’s overspending style — the Tsipras government literally threatened to send a flood of migrants in Berlin’s direction if Germany didn’t back off.

Greece made good on its threat and Germany reacted… with a welcome mat, declaring undocumented newcomers eligible for resettlement regardless of what European country they first entered.

Money and Criminals

Migration, Terrorism, and the Future of a Divided Europe explores the money surrounding and enabling the crisis, a key driver rarely addressed.

Deliso observes that the migration economy “while fundamentally nonproductive, exists to further a mass migration of wealth,” creating a symbiosis between legal and illegal transactions.

The price of caring for over one million impoverished people, borne mainly by taxpayers, was a boon to industries ranging from housing to policing.

Mainly, it benefited criminals.

As one senior European intelligence officer muses to the author, “Angela Merkel activated every single illegal network between Syria and Germany. Why did she do this?”

Human trafficking, weapons and drug smuggling, antiquities theft, and document fraud were all exponentially mobilized to facilitate and finance illegal transit.

Criminal revenue from migrant smuggling in 2015, to and within the EU, was an estimated 3-6 billion euros according to Europol.

Corrupt diplomats got in on the act: The author interviewed the former employee of an Athens-based, Muslim-majority embassy who said the consulate sold passports to migrants for 1,000 euros each.

And fraudulent passports get to the heart of what this book exposes: because it was dressed up as a humanitarian challenge, the migration crisis of 2015-2016 did not even register as the security disaster it really is.


Christopher Deliso, an American-born analyst who’s been living in Skopje, Macedonia for many years, reveals that Greece failed to properly register hundreds of thousands of the undocumented people who passed through and… evaporated.

To satisfy the Left’s ideological demand for open borders, Western Europe’s bureaucrats forfeited an obligation to protect citizens — a reality that indirectly imperils the United States to this day.

(Our series, “Soros in the Balkans Under the American Flag,” will continue.)




And they continue to do so.

Soros needs to be stomped. Freeze his assets. Send him to one of the countries, where he has an arrest warrant for his political manipulation & funding of radical groups, and keep passing him around to the next one if his sentence comes up.

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Muslim invasion in Norway, where is Breivik? :roll:

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Italy impounds German NGO migrant rescue ship, lawmakers boost support for Libyan coastguard

Italian authorities say they've seized a migrant rescue boat used by German NGO "Jugend Rettet" in the Mediterranean. It happened the same day Italy's parliament approved a naval mission to deter migrant arrivals.
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I´ve said it before, we need to:

- impound the boats
- prosecute, fine and jail those aiding and abetting
- negotiate a safe port in Libya where migrants "rescued" from the Med can be returned to

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http://www.dw.com/en/italy-impounds-ger ... a-39940881

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Italy impounds German NGO migrant rescue ship, lawmakers boost support for Libyan coastguard

Italian authorities say they've seized a migrant rescue boat used by German NGO "Jugend Rettet" in the Mediterranean. It happened the same day Italy's parliament approved a naval mission to deter migrant arrivals.
...


I´ve said it before, we need to:

- impound the boats
- prosecute, fine and jail those aiding and abetting
- negotiate a safe port in Libya where migrants "rescued" from the Med can be returned to

This is all good, but the next step is to stop the trafficking over Sahara.

So it goes.

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This is all good, but the next step is to stop the trafficking over Sahara.


Germany has deployed troops to Mali, which is the gateway from sub-saharan Africa to Libya (yeah that route goes through Algeria as well, its all Sahara desert and some desert mountain range there).

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German army helicopter crashes in Mali on UN mission, two dead
Two German army pilots have died after their helicopter crashed near Gao, eastern Mali. At the time of the crash, the helicopter was monitoring "confrontations."

The Tiger type army combat helicopter with two pilots onboard crashed for unknown reasons around 12:20 GMT/UTC about 70 kilometers (43 miles) northeast of Gao in eastern Mali, the Bundeswehr said on Wednesday.
"Onboard the helicopter were two service members, who died in the crash," the Bundeswehr said in a statement.
The German soldiers were taking part in the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Mali (MINUSMA). The German military said UN forces had been dispatched to the crash site to carry out an investigation.

UN Deputy Spokesperson Farhan Haq said that the helicopter had been monitoring ground "confrontations," which means the site of the accident must be secured before MINUSMA teams can access it.
Initial information suggests the crash appeared to be an accident and there were no signs of attack. German news magazine "Der Spiegel" reports that the Bundeswehr suspects a technical fault to have caused the crash.

...

Around 875 German troops are currently taking part in the 13,000 strong MINUSMA mission aimed at stabilizing the country and supporting a peace agreement between the government and rebels.
In January, the German parliament approved an increase in the number of German troops that could be deployed to Mali, upping the number to 1,000.

The decision came after the Netherlands pulled its own helicopters out and Germany decided to fill the gap by deploying NH-90 transport helicopters and Tiger type combat helicopters. The Bundeswehr contingent also includes transport aircraft, refueling aircraft, anti-personnel tanks, and unmanned drones.

In addition to the UN mission, Germany has about 350 soldiers based in the south of the country as part of a EU training mission for the Mali army.

Dangerous mission
Mali is considered one of the world's most dangerous UN missions, with more than 120 blue helmets killed in the past four years.

..

http://www.dw.com/en/german-army-helico ... a-39847702

The neighbouring sub-saharan states are French protectorates more or less, Algeria an old French enemy, Libya herself thrown into civil war and chaos by the Franco-British intervention which undid Ghaddafi.

The Sudan has been deteriorating since the end of the Cold War AFAICT.

So it is a mixed bag between "doing something" and "OMG what could be done!".

No worries though, the chancelor has tasked herself with fighting the causes for migration ("Fluchtursachen bekämpfen"), so World Peace is surely at hand and matters will improve quickly.

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