Gaddafi's 'Black Europe'

… Gaddafi says the EU should pay Libya at least 5bn euros (£4bn; $6.3bn) a year to stop illegal African immigration and avoid a “black Europe“. Speaking on a visit to Italy, Col Gaddafi said Europe “could turn into Africa” as “there are millions of Africans who want to come in“.  “Tomorrow Europe might no longer be European, and even black, as there are millions who want to come in … We don’t know what will happen, what will be the reaction of the white and Christian Europeans faced with this influx of starving and ignorant Africans” … “We don’t know if Europe will remain an advanced and united continent or if it will be destroyed, as happened with the barbarian invasions.”

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Sean Jacobs

Also goes by Hasan Wazan. Life President.

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  1. I read this on BBC and I was so pissed rerag I can't believe this man uttered thes words , so much for leadership or maybe this his ploy to keep Africans in their "barriers" so he can create the unified African state he is always harping on about , by the way how come you don't mention how he paid Italian female models to attend a conferance where he lectured them on how Islam is a liberating religion for women…

  2. If you remove the references to massive payouts for the Libyan state, this would actually be the first instance where Gaddafi and European leaders agree on something: THE GREAT SWARTHY PERIL that THREATENS to CONSUME EUROPE at ANY GIVEN MOMENT. It's a very cunning ploy by the Great Be-Robed One – those suckers just might buy it. :D

  3. Can I just say that I love it when Gaddafi gets in front of a mic? I'll miss him when he leaves this world…

    …but on a serious note, the biggest problem I have with these utterances is that at no point does Gaddafi address the reasons why Africans leave home for Europe. He would rather spend time denouncing former colonisers and talking about his pipe dream "unified country under Gaddafi". Would the real African leaders please stand up?

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