The protest was sponsored by London Black Revolutionairies, or 'London Black Revs.'
The intent was to succor sympathy for Mediterranean migrants by drawing attention to hundreds of would-be invaders who died at sea while attempting to enter Europe illegally.
The protesters blocked traffic in London by laying in the street.
• Marxism is attempting to remove the economic disparity between Third-world nations and prosperous Western nations by displacing Western culture. By soliciting sympathy for migrants, Marxism breaks down resistance in Europe leading to its own destruction.
The displacement of Western culture, however, will eventually do harm to non-Western people groups as Western technology and innovation fades. For example: The Western technology that prevented the spread of the Ebola virus will not be available in the diverse, multicultural displacement of the West leading to the deaths of millions; far more than the hundreds who were lost at sea in recent weeks.
Advocates for the destruction of Western culture refuse to acknowledge that stoic immigration policies will discourage migrants from attempting to cross the Mediterranean. By encouraging mass migrations from Africa to Europe the protesters are complicit in those who perish attempting to make the journey.
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Protesters blocked traffic in central London as they staged a mass die-in in memory of African migrants who lost their lives crossing the Mediterranean.
The activists, from London Black Revs and other campaign groups, lay on the ground in Parliament Square during rush hour yesterday evening.
Hundreds of campaigners blocked access to the square as they carried placards reading “Protect people, not borders”, “#dontletthemdown” and “detention centres, shut them down”.
The campaigners began the march at the London Eye and travelled to the Houses of Parliament, before lying in the road at Parliament Square and placing a yellow flower in their hands.
Video footage of the protest show taxi drivers and other vehicles stopped in their tracks as hundreds of campaigners refused to move from the street.
Police officers can be seen trying to coax people from the road.
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