Skip to comments.Italy shuts out another migrant rescue ship
Posted on 06/29/2018 7:15:46 PM PDT by tcrlaf
Italys new government barred a migrant rescue ship from docking at its ports on Friday, in its third such refusal this month, hours after a tense meeting of European leaders over migration ended.
Transport Minister Danilo Toninelli said in a statement he had received a formal request from the interior ministry, headed by far-right leader Matteo Salvini, to deny Spanish charity Proactiva Open Arms entry on the grounds that it was a danger to public order.
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The New Crew in Italy isn't having any of it. They won't even let it dock without invaders on it now.
Why don't they steam to Spain?
pity they didn’t sink it
or is that too harsh?
“Italys new government barred a migrant rescue ship from docking at its ports on Friday, in its third such refusal this month”
This is a heart warming story. Thumbs up!
“...far right leader...”
Funny, we NEVER hear the words “Far left leader...”
Part one is dialing down the number of migrants. Part two is creating more Italians. They have a really low birthrate.
Send them to Germany. Merkel loves them.
She loves them better than her own people.
Aquarius migrants in Spain throw away towels and clothes given by the Red Cross
Jun 29, 2018 3:00 pm By Robert Spencer
Exploding the myth that these are needy refugees.
Aquarius migrants in Spain throw away towels and clothes donated by the Red Cross, by Ben Perchiron, Voice of Europe, June 25, 2018:
On June 24th several Facebook users criticised the fact that many migrants from the Aquarius boat had thrown away clothes and towels donated to them by the Red Cross.
The clothes were found in a dumpster in Chestes Educational Complex, where many of the migrants have been housed until they have finalised their asylum applications.
This, despite the fact that the very first night in Spain, some migrants were spotted at a restaurant in Cheste paying for drinks using 100 bills.
Even the younger migrants, who were housed in a student residence in Alicante as we previously reported, were spotted going out to party on their first night, despite Liberal Spanish commentators stating that they were in shock and traumatised due to the crossing from Libya.
As can be seen in the photo, the containers are overflowing with rejected clothes, towels and blankets distributed by the Red Cross some care packages are even intact and their contents are listed as 1 track suit, 1 t-shirt, 1 pair of socks, 1 underwear.
The local residents are incensed about the absolute lack of gratitude these supposedly stressed immigrants demonstrate with the generosity shown by the Red Cross.
Let them dock, then confiscate the ship and sail them right back to where they came from.
haha. I was thinking the same thing. They are almost always called center-left.
Stay strong, Italy!
Soon other EU countries will be following your example.
The spell will soon be broken.
We went to Italy last fall, sixth time since 2006. This time African migrants were EVERYWHERE on the streets and a lot of the young men were scary aggressive panhandlers. Genoa and Bologna were especially bad.
We asked a lot of the locals how they felt about the large influx of African and Middle Eastern migrants, all of them are very unhappy about it. The migrants are mostly illiterate and unskilled and are making no attempt to assimilate.
The do-gooders will never learn....especially when they make money “doing good”. UGH. Some people just aren’t good.
We never hear left wing pinko leaders called Stalin either.
You wonder where these “migrants” get their money. The illegals that try to get into this country apparently have to pay $10,000 to the coyotes. I think a lot of commie organizations are giving money to them to flood our nation.
So depressing. This HAS to be killing tourism.
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