I am an African! Right now, Africa is being cited as the world’s most favorite holiday destination, Well, If it’s so damn great, how come it’s people are finding it better to be floating offshore in life jackets in their 1000’s, rather than sitting back home sipping daiquiris on a deck chair in a resort, game lodge or out in an air conditioned BMC safari game viewing bus. “On A Clear Day, You Can See Forever.” pixabay.comIt is great from an African perspective that the U.K. is not much of a “boat rocker”, in general, or lay terms so to speak, since an estimated 500,000 illegal migrants, (persons with expired visas), are missing, in and around the U.K. all of whom, are quietly stimulating the British economy to the tune of several million pounds per year in a macabre kind of win-win situation. In a recent survey of issued entry permits into the U.K. via airports and harbors, 58,000 of them have since, expired and can now be added to the older list of 500,000. “Africa Has Many Faces.” pixabay.comIn real terms, these “migrant illegals” are a “soft touch” to employers daring to fly below the proverbial radar, as according to illegals returning to Africa to visit their families, who are working for way below minimum wage of that of British citizens in the same trades, payment, which they gladly welcome with both hands. “The Smile That Sank A 1000 Ships.” pixabay.com It beats the stark reality back in Africa, of starvation, increasing outbreaks of dread diseases and escalating xenophobic attacks, rising ever higher as many of the continent’s law enforcement agencies carry out daily raids on the homes of citizens and immigrants alike. These acts, are perpetrated in the shadow of greedy and corrupt government officials. This is a widespread and established reality throughout most of Africa, all of which is taking place under the aegis of a groundbreaking and world-class human rights constitution bill.12 Africans Die Every Minute in Africa.The number of illegal migrants from Africa as well as the world at large, to so-called rich countries, is set to soon grow exponentially, as life in Africa is becoming increasingly unbearable, due mainly to the unemployment rate which is steadily rising among the working class citizens, as people living in what could arguably be deemed first world type countries. “A top-class shore break- Cape Town.”pixabay.comThese are countries like South Africa, Nigeria, Congo and Kenya in terms of the emerging groundbreaking, and innovative, agricultural, scientific and social development inroads, which are clearly becoming accentuated by the rapidly growing list of African Nobel Peace Prize laureates.
Africa! Mega Tourist Destination! Really?
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