The huge influx of African invaders into Europe has resulted in a huge demand — far in excess of 44.4 tonnes — for illegal and often diseased wild ‘bushmeat’ from West and Central Africa which passes through Brussels National Airport each year:
Some of it remains in Belgium while the remainder transits through the country, according to a study by the Public Health Department in collaboration with the Biodiversity Platform and presented on Tuesday at a conference held in Brussels. However, the scope of the phenomenon is difficult to assess. Only meat imported illegally by passengers and intercepted by Customs at Zaventem Airport is covered by the estimates.
The illegal importation of bushmeat and other meat is the focus of Tuesday’s conference, whose theme was “Dead or Alive: Towards a Sustainable Wildlife Trade”. It brought together over a hundred experts with a view to reflecting on the implementation of recommendations for ending the illegal trade in wildlife and bushmeat, a practice that can have adverse consequences for human and animal health, biodiversity and the environment.
Highlights of the conference included the presentation of the results of analyses done on meat seized from the luggage of travellers from sub-Saharan Africa at the Brussels National Airport. These showed that 38% of the samples analysed came from wild animals and a third of these species were protected. The most common ones were pangolins, baboons, monkeys, antelopes and reptiles.
One study, focussing on the detection of micro-organisms, identified a carrier of the African swine virus in addition to bacteria that can cause gastro-enteritic problems.
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) described trafficking in bushmeat and wild animals as a “scourge against biodiversity”. It urged Belgium’s Government and air transport sector to step up the fight against it by strengthening customs controls and raising awareness among travellers and the African diaspora.
Africans are smuggling rotting monkey meat into Europe on a daily basis, some of it infected with Ebola, and everyone acts as if the only problem with this is the effect it will have on African ‘biodiversity’.
In reality, both the bushmeat and the Africans themselves are often vehicles for disease-causing parasites and viruses never seen before in Europe.
And the only reason this illegal trade isn’t stopped immediately is that Customs officials aren’t allowed to ‘racially profile’ Africans arriving from the Congo and checking their luggage for rotting bushmeat. If they immediately deport anyone caught with bushmeat, the problem is solved in one single day, but that would be ‘racist’.
Better to die of a rare African flesh-eating bacteria than be called a ‘racist’.
And why isn’t Greta Thurnberg speaking out about this illegal trafficking in bushmeat, which is destroying the environment? According to NWO dogma, non-Whites, especially Blacks, have zero impact on the environment, and even if they did, it’s because of the legacy of slavery.