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Re Europe: Promise Land for Africans

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Submitted by Cynthia Grenier (United States), Oct 18, 2005 at 16:30

The simple, bare details of the Africans desperate to make their way somehow to Europe even at considerable cost of life: 300 making it out of 650--throwing selves down on barbed razor wire so at least some will make it is starkly horrifying..

What can/should be done with economies of the countries from which they are so desperately fleeing? How about all those bleeding liberal hearts doing a little bleeding for these poor devils.

Oh well, someone will get at least a tv docudrama out of it for all good that'll do.
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