First you see a couple, then a few more and the next thing you know, it's hundreds of them. Like angry ants pouring out of a nest, running through the barren area between checkpoints at a border crossing in Melilla, a Spanish enclave on the North African coast. Over 1,000 African immigrants attempted the rush and at least 400 successfully managed to break through. Even rubber bullets and tear gas could not stop the wave of people crashing up against the border. Eventually, a portion of fence collapsed, giving way to a large breach of immigrants. Now it's up to Spain and it's lawmakers to decide on asylum or deportation.

The group staged their plan for months in advance while camped out on the Moroccan side of the border, many traveling across several countries for a chance to join the crossing efforts.
That's very similar to our own border, where it's not only Mexican illegals, but any number of immigrants from central and South America making the trek to sneak into America.

We clearly have issues dealing with illegals and with methods like this proving successful, it's only a matter of time before we see something like this at our own border.



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