Very few people have heard the name Zaida Catalan. She was a Swedish politician, who promoted open borders. Many in the West have a romanticised notion of Africa, and it is not rare for European travellers to be raped, even murdered.
Catalan was beheaded in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, along with American Michael Sharp, a United Nations worker, as part of the U.N. peacekeeping mission to the troubled African nation.
The case has been largely kept in obscurity — likely because it didn’t fulfil the globalist media’s push for open borders. Rather, it reinforced the right-wing argument that cultural values vary, and hence that migration must be low to allow for assimilation.
Catalan was a member of the Green party, whose 2013 platform states, “We want to see Europe as a part of a world of democracies, where people move freely over borders, and where people and countries trade and cooperate with each other.” This policy of relaxed borders has allowed jihadis into Europe.
On March 12, 2017, Catalan and Sharp were kidnapped along with four Congolese in the disputed province of Kasai. The BBC reports that the two had been dispatched to the region “to investigate reports of abuses after local rebels took up arms.”
On March 27, their bodies were found. Sharp’s father, John Sharp, posted on Facebook, “We have been informed that two Caucasian bodies have been found in shallow graves in the search area, one male and one female.”
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