Invasion of Europe continues as 80,000 Africans are poised to attack Spanish territory

Ceuta and Melilla are Spanish territory where Africans are storming the border fences.

We told you about this almost two weeks ago and posted a map at right.  Spain has territory on the Moroccan coast and obviously Morocco is allowing tens of thousands of African migrants through its country in their attempt to break into the Spanish territory.

The New York Times has now joined the fray with a piece aimed at making Spain look bad (what else!).  Hat tip: ‘pungentpeppers.’

MADRID — About 80,000 African migrants are heading for Spain’s two enclaves along the Moroccan coast, leaving Spain struggling to contain the efforts that are coming in larger and increasingly coordinated surges in recent days.

The Spanish interior minister, Jorge Fernández Díaz, said Thursday that the situation at the enclaves, Ceuta and Melilla, was a problem not only for Spain, but for all of Europe, and needed to be handled “in cooperation with the European Union.”

The government of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has faced intensifying criticism — within Spain and from the union — over its defense of the enclaves.

As Mr. Fernández Díaz noted on Wednesday, the first day of his two-day visit to the enclaves, “There are 40,000 people in Morocco who are waiting to cross illegally into Spain, and 40,000 more at the border between Mauritania and Morocco.”

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They are mostly economic migrants and only a small number will be able to claim asylum.  If I were the EU, I’d be putting the screws to Morocco.  Just as the good professor said of Canada recently—they are paralyzed by the toxin of multiculturalism.

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