Tuesday, November 13, 2018


Soon now, Lauren Southern will release her new documentary "Borderless", which explores the multibillion dollar industry that mass migration has become. Hundreds of NGO's suck up unfathomable amounts of taxpayer money to employ tens of thousands of twisted individuals, otherwise unemployable, who want to heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelp the wretched of the world by making them consumers of our social security systems.

Today I noticed Ms Southern released a video dealing with just such an NGO, Advocates Abroad.

I have mentioned here a couple of times the imminent signature by, alas, far too many nations, of the scam that is the UN Migration Pact. This pact will in effect be the great equalizer between legal and illegal immigration. Prosperous nations, first and foremost in the West, will be subject to a deluge of welfare seekers fleeing hellholes that are hellholes, well, in the first place because of the welfare seekers, because of their 'culture', often their 'religion', customs, lack of labor ethic etc etc

I guess that for Advocates Abroad the signing of the UN Pact, and the subsequent flooding of the West with the Third World, cannot come soon enough. And by their actions ye shall know them: in Southern's video we learn e.g. how Advocates Abroad litterally learns asylum seekers to lie in order to have their applications approved sooner.

The kind of lies? Pretend to suffer from a serious war trauma. Pass yourself off as a Christian even though you are a follower of the prophet. Ariel Ricker is currently Director of Advocates Abroad, and in this video Southern captures Ricker in basically admitting they are committing a gigantic fraud - with silly Europeans' taxpayer money, no less:

Here is the transcript of the undercover video, with "Director" Ariel Ricker proudly offering insight in AA's modus operandi:

"So we teach them how to like literally, [makes fitting noise] sometimes it's as simple as this, and then how to tell their story, how to frame it, how to literally explain it. How to keep their private emotions and private trauma private, because all of this acting is a shield.

[Q] Do you have to coach people on like, physicality? [A] Yeah, I see it like, I tell them this is acting. All of this is acting, it's all acting as though this is theatre. So for them to get through they must act their part in the theatre, and that is the refugee trauma. Because these European Asylum Support Office (EASO) officers are so fucking stupid that all they know is what is written on the paper. EASO says "This is refugee trauma, they have these characteristics". So we coach these people how to have these characteristics.

So like there's a formula we came up with (...). It's like significant events, date and location, answer all the questions in the same way. [Voorbeeld] In December 2017 in Izmir, Turkey, I was threatened for being a Christian, because my boss jumped me when I was leaving church, this is the Bible they tried to tear up, this is the crucifix I was wearing they tried to tear and it made me feel unsafe as a Christian in Turkey, Ba-Boom. And that way you have the event, date and location, so yo've given them a very specific answer (...), it's much harder to refute, because you have all the elements in there. (...) Consistency is the most important thing, even if you find yourself in a position where you have to lie, it's best to just stick with what you've just said.

They put in the decision whether or not you were acting with emotion, so you have to be like [sighing and crying] or crying or stopping or throwing up or asking for a break, so it's becoming an actor. You have to tell people to ask to take a break? Oh we do, we actually do role play. We prepare for them a folder, so like the first role playing activity we do is like us being them, and they're the officer. And then we flip around after they've had some practice to see how I should walk into the officie, how should I introduce myself? How should I give them the folder, and then how do I sit down, and then when do I stand up? When do I show them how to pray?

Why would you need to show them how to pray? Because it's a good way to show honesty. This is done in other places too, like not good places, to see if you're truly what you say you are. If you can't show how to pray... If you're actually a Christian? Mhmm. Oh, so if you're saying you're fleeing persecution? Then you should probably know how to be, you know, praying that way. They also ask like what's your favourite holiday, but we explain you can't just say this because it's not a sufficient answer. You have to say this in a certain way which is like December 25th, which is Christmas which is the birthday of our Lord and Saviour."

Pass this on. The faster people know about this the better.

PS: the video makes it once again clear that rightwing women are far hotter than leftwing ones.


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