Even liberals now warn Europeans about the consequences of providing irresponsible humanitarian aid to Africa:
Africa specialist Stephen Smith has warned that the next migrant crisis is on the horizon as Africa’s population continues to boom and that Western aid, particularly education, may contribute to Africans seeking a better life in Europe. Mr. Smith, the author of the new book La ruée vers l’Europe, or The Rush To Europe, warned that the exploding demographics of Africa will have direct consequences for Europe.
Keep in mind that Africans don’t actually “migrate” in the sense of crossing seas on their own. What most of them have been doing since 2015, is floating in NGO-supplied rubber boats off Libya’s coast, then getting picked up by European vessels and transported to their Western European points of destination, where housing and welfare money await.
Africa is not pushing them out; the EU is vacuuming them in. It’s time to sink any boat that crosses into a European country’s territorial waters and send back the Africans who are already in Europe. Israel shows what can be done, with recently repatriating its illegal infiltrators to Rwanda. And they weren’t even from Rwanda or speak the local languages. Whatever Israel does seems to work. In 2017, only 18 African asylum seekers entered that country, while 220 entered in 2015.
The aid industry feeds on Whites’ feelings of pity. But the movie Gremlins warned us thirty years ago: Gizmo is cuddly, but if you give it water it multiplies and if you mistime its feeding, you get nasty critters that you now have to get rid of.
Or as I once commented on “charity“:
‘Tis the season for corporate charity drives. But do people who perform charitable work ever ask themselves “where does my work lead?” Many Christians, as well as members of secular foundations, volunteer in Africa and it’s reasonable to appreciate the value of their work where their charity alleviates individual suffering. An example of that would be plastic surgeons traveling overseas to repair children’s cleft palates. The beneficiary of pro-bono work in this instance is a single individual. The operation makes a permanent improvement in the life of that patient with no effect on the relative well-being of others and with no impact on the larger social ecosystem. But on the other hand, if charitable work such as the delivery of improved health services, sanitation, nutrition does impact the larger social ecosystem — then “what is the meaning of what I’m doing” ought to light up in the mind of the humanitarian.
Your charity might temporarily ease individual suffering but then cause the alleviated misery to boomerang back million-fold in the form of African populations growing beyond their land’s carrying capacity. Consequently, your beneficiaries will require ever more of your charity, and with zero probability of improvement over the long-term but with high probability of becoming a devastating burden on non-Africans, whose lands they’ll seek to swarm. Before you donate, you probably ought to put aside your moral vanity and ask yourself: “when meddling in complex ecosystems presumably as a servant of Christ, am I in fact serving His adversary?”
[NSFW comic strip below]
I don’t read Japanese but the pictures alone in this cartoon adequately illustrate the consequences of no-contraceptives aid to Africa: