At what point will the Europeans figure out that Barack Obama’s ruinous Middle East policies pushed a flood of millions of third world migrants into the continent?
It was Obama that started the ball rolling NOT global warming.
On Wednesday Barack Obama met with Socialist leader Pedro Sanchez of Spain in Seville.
The Spanish election is April 28th. Obama wanted to publicly throw his support with the Socialists.
The two far left leaders talked about “building bridges not walls” in Ceuta and Melilla.
Here is the seen from Ceuta last year.
Migrants stormed the border and attacked guards with sticks and flame throwers.
Obama wants to build a bridge to this mayhem.
Hey Spain, it’s NOT global warming you need to worry about.
It’s kooks like Obama.
El Pais reported (translated):
The head of the Spanish Government, Pedro Sánchez , and the former president of the United States, Barack Obama , have exchanged views on migration policy and climate change in the brief meeting that both have held this afternoon in Seville , in the framework of the World Summit of Commerce that today has begun in the Andalusian capital. During the 30-minute meeting, the two leaders agreed on “the importance of multilateralism” and on “building bridges and not raising walls” to address two of the issues that mark the progressive agenda, according to Moncloa sources.
Sánchez himself has reported the meeting through Twitter. Obama during his presidency and the socialist government have made environmental policies to curb global warming one of the axes of their policies. Both the Spanish leader and the former US president have alluded to the consequences of climate change in their respective interventions in the forum. “Spain is one of the most exposed countries and that is why we are among the most committed to the 2030 agenda,” said Sánchez during the opening session. For his part, Obama has warned against the growth of migratory flows derived from climate change.
Precisely, immigration policies and how to deal with solidarity and respect for human rights has been another issue addressed by Sanchez and the Democratic leader in their meeting. According to Moncloa the two have agreed that the road passes “to build bridges and not to build walls.” This message comes a day after Vox’s candidate for the presidency of the Government, Santiago Abascal, reiterated his party’s intention to build a wall in Ceuta and Melilla, similar to the cross-border construction that the Trump Administration is promoting.