BASED Egyptian President Slams Migrants: ‘Completely Abide’ By Western Values Or ‘Don’t Go’

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is expressing common sense sentiments that aren’t heard by many politicians these days

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is addressing the migrant crisis and doing so in a HELLA BASED way, claiming that migrants need to get their acts in order if they want to be accepted in Western countries.

“We fight amongst ourselves in our own countries, and then we expect countries that work day and night to achieve progress to protect their [own] people, and to maintain a certain standard of living for them – we demand that they let us in so that we can have part of their success,” he said during a speech made at the November’s World Youth Forum. “We should be criticizing ourselves – are we protecting our countries, yes or no?”

“If you want to solve the problem, you should solve it in your own countries,” he added.

al-Sisi showed a great deal of respect and empathy toward Western nations that are crumbling under the weight of primarily Muslim economic migrants who threaten their national character.

“Are you upset with the leaders of Germany, England, Italy, or any other European country for closing their borders in order to protect the achievements of many long years?” he said. “You demand to go there with your culture which you consider to be non-negotiable.”

“By the way, if you go to another country as a guest you must completely abide by its laws, customs, traditions, and culture,” al-Sisi added. “If you are not willing to do this, don’t go.”

His entire speech can be seen here:

The biased Western corporate media is largely ignoring al-Sisi’s comments, as they are usually characterized as alt-right or white nationalist when made by Westerners. However, anyone with two eyeballs can see that the hospitality and tolerance of the West is being taken advantage of by these Muslim hordes. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi deserves a tremendous amount of credit for speaking the truth when it may be politically inconvenient to do so.

Written by Joshua Finkelberg

Joshua Finkelberg is a contributor for The Schpiel.


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