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Italy Deputy Prime Minister Calls On EU To Sanction France For Continue Colonization Of Africa

 

 

The Italian deputy prime minister has blamed France for the European migrant crisis, accusing it of impoverishing African nations with “colonialist” policies. He promised to take the issue to the EU and other international bodies. “France is one of those countries that by printing money for 14 African states prevents their economic development and contributes to the fact that the refugees leave and then die in the sea or arrive on our coasts,” Di Maio told reporters.

Di Maio was referring to the CFA franc — a currency used in 14 west and central African nations, which is tied to the euro at a fixed exchange rate, with the peg guaranteed by France.

Luigi Di Maio, leader of the anti-establishment Five Star Movement and Italy’s Deputy PM, launched a scathing attack on France, which he argued is to blame for the inherent causes of the ongoing migrant crisis at EU borders.

Di Maio was speaking at a rally on Sunday, when he touched on recent mass migrant drownings in the Mediterranean. It is believed that up to 170 migrants who left Libya and Morocco on ramshackle dinghies may have drowned in the sea last week. Three migrants were saved by the Italian Navy on Friday off the cost of Lampedusa.

The survivors said they were a part of a group of 120 people that sailed from Libya on Thursday. Their boat started to sink after they were at sea for about 10 hours. The victims, according to migrant organizations, include a two-month-old child and at least 10 women. Separately, another boat carrying 53 migrants capsized in the western Mediterranean, according to sole survivor of the incident.

The tragedies have reignited the debate on the hardline migration policy championed by Italy’s right-wing government.

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Otto Ama
6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. Mukong

    January 21, 2019 at 9:55 PM

    How can an Italian see what the sub human criminal call Biya and is mafia gang cannot see.
    And yet we have this psychopath call “my contri pipo” who has the audacity to vilify brave Ambazonian young men who dare to say No to dehumanization, No to thievery by the Beti gang, No to crime with impunity by the terrorist army of LRC refuse.

  2. Bonnie

    January 21, 2019 at 10:08 PM

    Di Moia should be brave enough to stand up to Macron in the EU conference,he should travel to British Southern Cameroonians and see how biya the puppet french slave is killing the people just to allow France to continue exploiting their resources while they live like cave people with diplorable roads,no water,dirty shithole country where 80% of the youths die crossing to Italy, southern Cameroonians will fight biya and France to gain their freedom, independence and resources by force,France colonisation in Africa is being ignored by the EU, American and other develop countries who punish vulnerable migrants not the root causes which are the few greedy, corrupt dictatorship regime of the butcher of french Cameroon

  3. Linda

    January 21, 2019 at 10:57 PM

    AUITACI SIG MINISTRO, IL FRANCESE SONO DEI LADRI NEL’AFRICA . GUARTETE IL CASI DI CAMEROUN DOVE I FRANCESE HANNO MARSATI IL POPOLO DEL SUD E DEL NORD, E DEGLI ALTRI PAESE COLONIZATI DELLA FRANCIA. GUARDETE LE PAESE COLONIZATE DELLA FRANCIA IN AFRICAN COME I PRESIDENTI SONO PUI DI 30ANNI IN POTTERE. MA EUROPA COSA TUTTE ALLA FRANCIA??

  4. Mbeuh

    January 22, 2019 at 2:43 PM

    The chickens are beginning to come home to roots, they always do no matter how long it takes. From one European colonizer to another European colonizer both of who perfected the art of occupying and exploiting Africans (Italy in East African Somaliland, Eritrea & Ethiopia and France all over North, West & Central Africa) rendering our people poor and left them destitudes in their land of plenty to this day. Reason why Africans leave their homes and risk life and limb on the high seas of the Mediterranean to reach the shores of Europe for economic survival, Italy being the easier and shorter first stop. As the land of Mussolini is forced to spend unplanned budget to host our African refugees, an exercise that is taking a toll on its government’s execution of other projects and resulting in Luigi Di Maio tongue-lashing his French neighbor for sustaining the penury state of its African colonies whose citizens in turn are economically burdening Italy.

    Isn’t it funny that the proverbial ‘what goes around often comes around’ is playing out here in the 21st century before our own eyes? In March 2008, former French President Jacques Chirac said: “Without Africa, France will slide down into the rank of a third [world] power”. Let’s see if France will heed Luigi Di Maio’s rebuke, withdraw its socio-economic tentacles from its former African colonies and stand on its on own or slide into another third world.

  5. Mbeuh

    January 22, 2019 at 3:08 PM

    oops roost

  6. malis

    January 22, 2019 at 11:31 PM

    It is not just France, we also have international corporations, institutions and some
    demonic, satanic, mentally retarded so-called heads of African states.

    One of the backward countries in Africa is this thing called Cameroon. A country where for
    more than 30 years, the idiot calling himself president is unable to build a hospital for
    his own self, crazy and scary.

    The whole world sits and watches them as they are ferried from one European hospital to another. A shame and disgrace for African and Africans.

    Very wicked, satanic and demonic creatures.

    Unimaginable for others, but 1000% flesh and blood real in Africa.

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