Concerned About The State Of Libya
Salam Dr. Ibrahim,
As a Tunisian, I am concerned about the state of Libya and its inhabitants. It worries me that over 1/3 of the country's population is now made up of sub-saharan Africans, most of them illegal, and that the Libyan people have not reacted strongly enough against this veritable invasion that threatens their very existence. Are Libyans not concerned about their future and the future of their country? Aren't they worried that if they don't pressure their government to deport all of these illegal immigrants immediately and crack down on illegal border crossing as well as enter the dangerous cities that one Libyan minister claims "Libyans police are too afraid to enter," that Libyans will become sub-saharan African in 10 years? Libya will become a Black country and sadly, therefore, because similar to sub-saharan Africa? I am also worried about why Libyans have not complained about their leaders pro-African policies when it is in the best interest of North Africans to unite as North Africans rather than to look to an alien world- the Black world- a world they have no relation to and have no history with. The troubling news that the EU is sponsoring a program along with the International Organisation for Migration in order to "encourage" migrants to leave of their own accord rather than deport them does not bode well. This shows that Europe is once again meddling in Southern Mediterranean affairs and that they are applying double standards- for obviously, Europeans do not give illegal migrants the choice when they decide to deport them. It also seems absurd that the shelter houses 40 illegals when there are over 2 million in the country. Don't the Libyan people realize that the only solution is the immediate mass deportation of these criminals who have invaded Libya and who threaten the future of Libya? Are you not concerned about your survival? As far as I can tell, it is a genocide of Libyans, because they will cease to exist. As a Tunisian, I am awaiting some reaction from Libyans in the hope that we can help our neighbors to secure their very existence. Perhaps it would be wise to put more pressure on the newspapers to write about this genocide?
Thank you for your time.