Bill Gates warns Europe of African immigration danger

Bill Gates warns Europe of African immigration danger

By SP – Microsoft founder Bill Gates has warned that Europe is being overwhelmed by African immigration and that it must be made “more difficult” for migrants to enter the continent.

Speaking to the German newspaper Welt am Sonntag, Mr Gates said that Germany “cannot possibly take in the huge number of people” currently coming to Europe.

“On the one hand you want to demonstrate generosity and take in refugees,” the American billionaire said. “But the more generous you are, the more word gets around about this – which in turn motivates more people to leave Africa.

“Germany cannot possibly take in the huge number of people who are wanting to make their way to Europe.

“Europe must make it more difficult for Africans to reach the continent via the current transit routes.”


The comments come two months after a German government report stated there could be up to 6.6 million people currently trying to enter Europe, including 2.5 million waiting to cross from North Africa.


In 2015 alone, over 2.14 million people immigrated to Germany, mostly from Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria. In 2016, it was revealed that 99 per cent of them were still unemployed.


Earlier this year, a German government report declared that it would cost a staggering £37 billion to “meet the challenges” of the problem.


However, Chancellor Angela Merkel announced in February that Germany still “needs” to bring in 12 billion more immigrants over the next 40 years.


Bill Gates is not the only successful businessman to make anti-invasion statements recently. In April Red Bull boss Dietrich Mateschitz called the decision to open Europe’s borders “unpardonable”, stating that policies “steeped in political correctness” threatened our “diversity of cultures and languages”.


We at the National Front are pleased to see such influential figures adopting sentiments so close to our own. As the ongoing invasion and Islamification of Europe worsens, we can only anticipate even more people echoing the policies we have promulgated for the last 50 years.