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On May 24th, 2023, NATO high resolution satellites discovered an extremely large number of new provisional camps along the entire African north coast. Further analysis revealed that these camps where not of a military nature, but most likely refugee camps overcrowded with approximately about 5,000 to 10,000 persons each. Estimates showed that in total about 1,000,000 people were gathered along the Mediterranean Sea. Only one week later, NATO identified an enormous number of small boats and ships at the coasts of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, and Libya. An analysis of the satellite data and information provided by local agents came to only one conclusion: It was a concerted, meticulously planned operation, undoubtedly directed by Russian and Chinese intelligence agencies, to confront Europe with a tremendous, unmanageable wave of refugees in order to bring down the Western system through social and political unrest.

Within a few hours the European security council together with NATO came to a final decision how to cope with this threat. On June 2, 2023, 300 bombers carrying thermobaric bombs took off from airports in Spain, France, and Italy, as well as from the US aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman, and in a two-day operation cremated the entire North African coastal strip with the exception of Egypt, with an estimated 800,000 dead, mainly refugees from Central and East African countries.

Russia and China denied any involvement in the refugee movement and accused EU and NATO of barbarism. The Western powers, on the other hand, accused Russia and China of unscrupulously exploiting refugees for their perfidious purposes and bringing them to certain death.

 

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