Written by Piero Messina
The World Bank has suspended relations with Tunisia. The $1.9 billion loan needed to save the country led by Kais Saied from default is now a mirage. Without that money, Tunisia will fail and a scenario of chaos will open up, with the suspension of essential public services and a new diaspora towards Europe.
The World Bank took this decision after President Saied’s statements on the racial issue. In recent weeks, the Tunisian leader had hypothesized the existence of a racial conspiracy to change Tunisian identity and mix it with that of the Central African peoples, who transit through that country either in search of work or as an intermediate step towards Europe.
The decision of the international organization is however temporary and serves to put pressure on the North African government. Formally, discussions on the National Partnership Framework with Tunisia have been blocked. That document establishes the strategic guidelines for medium-term operational activities (2023-2027).
The move by the international organization further complicates the situation in the country of jasmine and everything suggests that the blockade risks postponing indefinitely the processing of the 1.9 billion dollar loan request formulated last year by the Tunisian government.
For the World Bank, “the safety and inclusion of immigrants and minorities is part of the fundamental values of our institution represented in inclusion, respect and anti-racism in all its forms”, reads the internal note, so far not denied by the international institute. What is happening in Tunisia, against the background of the president’s statements on sub-Saharan citizens, will have a very high cost for Tunisia and for Europe, which could find itself facing a new wave of migration. Tunisia should have receive the loan from the International Monetary Fund. But the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are complementary structures that work in coordination with each other. The decision of the World Bank, therefore, will make it difficult, if not impossible, for Tunisia to obtain foreign financing “.
The position taken by the Carthage government against sub-Saharan citizens is causing street protests and clashes. On the one hand, a form of repression against “Africans” has been triggered by Saied’s supporters, on the other, the Central African governments are trying to repatriate their fellow citizens: more than a thousand are returning to their countries of origin, from Ghana to the Ivory Coast.
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Europe is changing and now talking about sending people home again thus stopping mass migration.
Constant Permanent Mass migration is not socially harmonious, even within the same nation. We dont have immigrants but INVADERS.
Just eat the dam bugs and collect the $1.9 billion! Soros money and ships are destroying cultural sovereignty country by country. Research which countries have banned him and his 1001 newly created groups the act opposite of their official names. Peace = death for example.
Im with Saied. I wish they had leaders like him in Europe, America and Canada. But that’s just my opinion.
big mopney wants cheap labor and if u dont accept it ur a rascist.
Working nigger??? Good joke, nigger cick sucker 😆😆😆😆😆😆🐒🐒🐒💩🐒💩🐒🐒
So north africa is not diverse enough as well for them?
How about some diversity in israel, saudi arabia, ukraine or turkey? Those countries are so much behind all others in diversity the world needs to help them or they will be forever stuck in monotone decline.
Hahaha the sand-niggers can’t handle the jungle-niggers lolol
Murder all employes of the world bank! easy peasy
IMF-WHO-WEF-BIS-UN, they’re all Intl scumbags and criminals. For them no country has the right to his own sovereignty. But things are changing with Russia, China, India, Belarus, Iran and Africa.
Would the World Bank do that to Israel? it shows that the world bank and leaders are really using migration as a weapon against nations and ethnic groups. . If you push diversity; you are pushing genocide of the people who made up the Nation for thousands of years. . Diversity=Genocide. Same is happening every white country, and others. The people who run the World Bank, are promoting the genocide of the Tunisian people. They really don’t care about the migrants either. I hope the President of Tunisia sticks to his principals.
arabs aren’t the original people of north Africa anyway. They invaded Egypt and all of north Africa around 600 AD. arabs are not the original people of Israel either and neither are those europeans.
Why isn’t Israel taking them to increase diversity there, since they are pushing diversity in every Western country and now apparently in Tunisia as well. It appears that the Ziomafia banking parasites are trying to collapse the Tunisian economy in order to start another massive wave of immigration into Europe. They’re not going to stop until all people of European descent have been exterminated.
Racism is a term invented by zionists. A preference for your own ethnic people and culture is natural. Considering yourself to be God’s chosen people and thus above the rest of all humanity is actually the source of much of the hate in the modern world. Organic migration is fine but orchestrated mass waves of refugees in disruptive. Who other than a delusional ideologue would condemn this man for wishing to retain his country’s character. BTW Getting away from the IMF is a blessing, find another way. Ban usury and self finance.
The world says NO to your stupidity you piero the clown 🤡. President Saied is not racist. He simply says welcome to the legal immigrants while the illegal ones must quit the country. Is this racist, you stupid 🤡?
You‘re the racist. The World Bank looks for a cheap excuse to squash an African country that works too well and has become too independent. What hypocrisy! Since when does the World Bank care about Sub-Saharan Africans??? Tunesia will find other sources and will be better off.