The Death of Europe: They’re not even hiding it any more

Caption: The future of Europe, according to The Economist. Enjoy.

As Theodore Dalrymple once wrote, the cheerleaders of globalism are notorious for trying to hide what they really mean with impenetrable verbiage: ?as if almost every sentence concealed a guilty secret?. Very rarely, though, the curtain slips just a little, and the globalists tell us what they really want.

And it ain?t pretty.

The ?Far right? are sneered at as racist alarmists for claiming that globalists are hell-bent on replacing indigenous Europeans with a tidal wave of (Muslim) African migrants. The Economist finally admits that they?re right. Quote:

?Eurafrica? remains relatively little discussed?Today?s waves of African migration are merely a prelude. Of the 2.2bn citizens added to the global population by 2050, 1.3bn will be Africans?about the size of China?s population today. And more of them will have the means to travel. Those Africans risking the trip north across the Mediterranean today are not the poorest, but those with a mobile phone to organise the trip and money to pay smugglers. End of quote.

For years, anyone boorish enough to suggest that the millions of migrants flooding into Europe were purely climbers on the make was greeted with abuse and the pearl-clutching wails from ?refugee advocates?. Yet again, though, the staunchest of open borders cheer-squadders concedes that they were right all along. Quote:

Few of the Nigerians who attempt the crossing are from their country?s poor north, for example; almost all are from its wealthier south. As African countries gradually prosper, migration will surely increase, not decrease. Emmanuel Macron raised these points in a recent interview. The French president was recommending a new book, ?The Rush to Europe?, published in French by Stephen Smith of Duke University, which models past international migrations like that of Mexicans into America to show that the number of Afro-Europeans (Europeans with African roots) could rise from 9m at present to between 150m and 200m by 2050, perhaps a quarter of Europe?s total population. End of quote.

Ditto, those ?fascists? who insisted that African migrants were bringing crime and terrorist violence with them. Quote:

The chaos that emerged from the Arab spring in countries like Libya prompted a surge in drug- and weapon-smuggling to Europe, while terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels in 2015 and 2016 were mostly committed by young men of north African origin. Chatham House, a British think-tank, predicts that the security of the Strait of Gibraltar, which divides Spain from Morocco, will become increasingly fraught. End of quote.

So, having conceded that the ?Nazis? were right all along, what do the geniuses at The Economist recommend? Quote:

Accept the integration of Africa and Europe?creating regulated routes for migrants travelling in both directions. Over the century, European districts that today have a Eurafrican character?parts of Barcelona, Marseille, Brussels and London, say?will become more the norm than the exception. End of quote.

So, there you have it, straight from the horse?s ass: give it up, whitey. Hand over the keys, and lie back and think of Eurafrica.