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WTF, ‘Eritrean Migrant Factions’?

Posted on | February 18, 2024 | Comments Off on WTF, ‘Eritrean Migrant Factions’?

It is claimed that the president of Eritrea is a brutal dictator, but seeing how these people behave, who can blame him for being brutal?

Riots between rival factions of Eritrean migrants broke out in the Dutch city of The Hague on Saturday evening as police officers were left injured and cars were set on fire outside a conference centre.
The home of the war criminal trying International Criminal Court saw war zone-like scenes brought to its doorstep as supporters of the leftist government of Eritrean dictator Isaias Afwerki gathered in the Opera Hall Centre in The Hague’s city centre on Saturday evening.
A group of anti-government Eritreans gathered outside of the building in protest, however, it quickly devolved into open riots, with the anti-government faction smashing the windows of the hall and setting it on fire.
Riot police were dispatched to help protect the building from further damage and the pro-government Eritrean group within the conference centre were escorted from the building under police escort, Der Telegraaf reports.

The description of Afwerki as “leftist” might be misleading; like, you’re saying he’s the Justin Trudeau of East Africa or what? By describing him as “leftist,” you’re trying to get me to be against Afwerki, but seeing as how it’s the opponents of the dictator causing the riots, maybe I should be pro-Afwerki. Having searched my conscience for a reason to give a flying fuck about Eritrea, however, I must confess I found nothing. Instead, I’m leaning toward the conclusion that Eritreans are nothing but trouble and we should send them all back to Eritrea.

What are these people doing in Charlotte, North Carolina?

Charlotte police on Saturday made several arrests, deployed pepper spray and closed a major road for an “unlawful protest” that they said blocked a business hosting a cultural festival.
Police in a news release identified the festival on Monroe Road as an “Eritrean cultural event.” The Charlotte Observer’s news partner, WSOC-TV, reported the protest was over international politics, with two groups at the scene: one supporting the government of the east African country of Eritrea, and another saying the country’s president is a brutal dictator.
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department posted photos from the scene of officers in riot gear and said its Civil Emergency Unit was met with violence and aggression and that the crowd of 200 set a tractor-trailer on fire.
By the time the scene cleared around 9:30 p.m. Saturday, police said they arrested eight people, including three male participants who face charges of impeding traffic and a female participant who faces charges of impeding traffic, inciting a riot and assault on a government official for hitting an officer. The other arrests were for charges that included impeding traffic and failure to disperse, a news release said.
Police said they seized a firearm from the female protester.

This is America, OK? Your disagreements over the government of Eritrea are of zero interest to us and, in consideration of your being here (and not there) we expect you to behave yourselves. Otherwise, I’m pretty sure a majority of Americans — especially the people in North Carolina whose roads you’re blocking — would be happy to deport all of you Eritreans.


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