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Bono: Political parties that criticise mass migration originate from Satan

The multimillionaire U2 singer has recently been engaged in a campaign against European political parties that are critical of mass migration, calling them satanic. His latest target being Italian interior minister Matteo Salvini. He could propably name others.


During his latest concert in Milano this week, his evil alter ego MacPhisto attacked the popular Italian leader, claiming that:

all political parties critical of mass migration have one thing in common, that they all originate from Satan.

“I have sent my people all over Europe. My people go by many different names. In Sweden they call themselves Democrats, Swedish Democrats. In France they change name. In Poland they have names I cannot even pronounce. In Hungary, well there they are hungry for me.” Bono told the audience.

Dressed up as the devil, he urged the Italian people to support Matteo Salvini, saying that all populist parties in Europe have the same face. Then he pointed to his Satan face mask.

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Bono as “MacPhisto”, masked as the devil during his stage performance

Bono has recently been involved in controversy for stating that he wants Africans to “take over the world”.

He highlighted the explosive population growth in Africa, and that the continent soon will have two billion inhabitants, which, according to him, is fantastic.

He also propagated for internationalism and more cooperation with Africa, which, according to him is the future. “People are nervous about nationalism, I’m really excited about internationalism,” he said.



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