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« Reply #880 on: July 25, 2017, 05:26:26 PM »

https://sputniknews.com/europe/201707251055849748-migrant-crisis-libya-gaddafi/


 EU Powerless to Stop Mediterranean Migrant Crisis Without Gaddafi-Style Leader


Of late, the EU has launched a series of measures aimed at stopping or at least slowing down the flow of migrants across the Mediterranean, including a ban on the export of rubber boats to the African country of Libya. According to a Norwegian researcher, though, the EU's measures are rather meaningless, as human smugglers cannot be stopped.
Migrants wait to be rescued from a sinking dingey off the Libyan coasal town of Zawiyah, east of the capital, on March 20, 2017, as they attempted to cross from the Mediterranean to Europe.
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Last Drop: Danes Want to Penalize Migrant-Smuggling NGOs
According to researcher Morten Bøås of the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, it requires more than a ban on rubber boats and a strengthening of the Libyan Coast Guard to stop the human smugglers operating in the Mediterranean Sea.
Firstly, it's not just about Libyan smugglers. Instead, there is a combination of various actors ranging from Ethiopians and Eritreans to the Italian mafia and international gangs, Bøås pointed out.

Secondly, even if some of the networks were to be stopped, new ones will always pop up in their place, as the demand for illegal trans-Mediterranean travels is sky-high.

"Why even bother with cocaine, when profits in people smuggling are much higher and it is much easier to avoid being taken. Those who regard the migrant crisis as a purely trafficking-related problem and believe it can be stopped are wrong," Morten Bøås told Norwegian national broadcaster NRK.

Policemen and a group of migrants stand on the platform at the Swedish end of the bridge between Sweden and Denmark in Malmo, Sweden, on November 12, 2015
© AFP 2017/ STIG-AKE JONSSON / TT NEWS AGENCY
Sweden Struggles to Find Homes for 'Refugee Children' With Children
Stopping the flow of migrants from and via Libya requires an extensive military and humanitarian operation, Bøås argued.
"I believe many countries are still hoping that a new strong leader will grow, similar to what Libya had during the Gaddafi rule," Morten Bøås aruged.

Since the West-induced lynching of Muammar Gaddafi, Libya has become a failed state, awash with arms and reportedly a safe haven for terrorists, including Daesh (ISIS/ISIL). According to Bøås there are at least two or three governments in Libya, depending on who you ask — in addition to a myriad of armed groups and militias, which makes the country a perfect place for smugglers to operate. Bøås argued that no European authority is capable of stopping this and even if one somehow manages to stifle the influx from Libya, new alternative routes will always appear.

Nor is Bøås particularly enthusiastic about the EU's partnership agreements with African countries, such as Guinea, which remains an important contributor to the migrant crisis. There is no war or conflict in Guinea other than perennial political unrest, which does not entitle Guineans to asylum rights.

A man helps a woman up a step on the roof of the Opera house in Oslo
© AFP 2017/ ODD ANDERSEN
Norway Flooded by Fake Tourists Applying for Asylum
Bøås pointed out that making the migrant boats swing around is not an option for simple humanitarian reasons.
"Then you might as well start shooting holes in them," Morten Bøås said, implying the scarce chances of making a return journey unscathed.

This year, more than 85,000 migrants, mostly from sub-Saharan Africa, have been pulled from the sea while trying to make the perilous crossing. At least 2,000 have drowned during the journey in rickety boats. In 2016, more than 5,000 people drowned in the Mediterranean in an attempt to reach Europe, according to the International Organization for Migration (IOM).


​According to Bøås, Europe should rather go by itself instead of seeking solutions across the Mediterranean. Bøås called for a clear joint agreement on sharing the burden in an even way through fair distribution, and the effective return of those who cannot stay.

"The migrant crisis is here to stay. It's global and it's hard. It cannot be stopped in the near future," he says.


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 First, the "West" did not dump Gaddafi - the Jews did: Sarkozy, Merkel, Schultz and the rest of that Vermin Tribe.
Second, yes Europe "should go it alone" and not depend on Libya, a tin-pot failed state, corrupt to the core.
Third, yes "go it alone" but not with Burden Sharing that is guaranteed to destroy our Europa - then how?

Easy, just stop the boats 14 miles from our shores, warn them once - then shoot and drown them.
Shoot and drown them all, Black cargo, smugglers, NGOs... the whole rotten lot.
Defy the Jews who are behind this destruction - and spew out The Jesus Poison of pity, brotherly love and all that nonsense.

Return to Nature's Laws - first rule, keep in mind the survival of our Race, our children and their children.
They are being betrayed, led to the slaughter house - they face a nightmarish future.
We need Leaders, not wimps.



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« Reply #881 on: July 26, 2017, 02:08:33 PM »

http://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/833192/Migrant-crisis-EU-top-court-ECJ-refugees-Dublin-Agreement-Austria-Croatia-Slovenia


 HAMMER BLOW FOR EU: Victory for Austria as Euro court in shock migrant ruling

EUROPE’S top court this morning threw a spanner in the works of Brussels attempts to resolve the migrant crisis by ruling that member states have the power to deport asylum seekers back to the first EU country they entered.


By NICK GUTTERIDGE, BRUSSELS CORRESPONDENT
PUBLISHED: 09:27, Wed, Jul 26, 2017 | UPDATED: 11:23, Wed, Jul 26, 2017


 In an eagerly awaited ruling judges at the ECJ confirmed that Austria and Slovenia can send migrants back to Croatia to have their asylum cases determined there instead.

The case came before the court after Croatian authorities infuriated their neighbours at the height of the 2015 crisis by laying on state-funded transport to help migrants cross their territory.

Officials in Zagreb had argued that they were dealing with an unprecedented situation as hundreds of thousands of migrants moved northwards towards Germany, and that this exempted them from the need to process visas.

But Austria and Slovenia, where some of the asylum seekers ended up, brought legal proceedings saying that Croatia had a duty to decide on asylum cases, and not simply bus people northwards, under the Dublin Convention. ...

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 The wheel is slowly turning - common sense is prevailing.
This passing the buck nonsense has to stop.
Sealing of outside borders is the solution - the Safi solution.



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« Reply #882 on: August 11, 2017, 02:23:40 PM »

https://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20170811/local/questions-over-readiness-for-potential-migrant-influx.655383


 Friday, August 11, 2017, 08:34 by Jacob Borg

Questions over readiness for potential migrant influx
Malta could face brunt of change in Italy policy shift


...This week, former foreign minister George Vella warned that Malta could face the brunt of what appeared to be Italy’s policy shift on migrant rescues in the central Mediterranean.
On Monday, a standoff between Maltese and Italian authorities saw a ship carrying three migrants left stranded in international waters for 48 hours after both countries refused it entry.
An estimated 600,000 migrants have reached Italy by sea from North Africa since 2014, and immigration has become a key electoral issue in Italy ahead of an election next spring....


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 We predicted this on the 9th Feb 2017.
We warned our People as to what to expect, as Libya and Italy tightened the net on the primitive invaders.
We wait for the inevitable -

Hu go fik, ja Gahan - issa issalvak Metsola il-Pecluqa, bil-Berdin Xering. - JA GAHAN!!


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« Reply #883 on: August 24, 2017, 03:39:37 PM »

https://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20170824/world/rome-police-evict-refugee-squatters-from-square.656372


Thursday, August 24, 2017, 13:32

Rome police evict refugee squatters from square

Police using water cannon and batons clashed this morning with refugees who had occupied a small Rome square in defiance of an order to leave a building where they had been squatting.

Television images showed some of the refugees screaming and trying to hit police, who were dressed in riot gear, with sticks. The square, just one block from Rome's main train station, was strewn with mattresses, overturned rubbish bins and broken plastic chairs.

Some 100 refugees had occupied the square since Saturday when most of about 800 squatters were evicted from an adjacent office building they had occupied for about five years.

Hung on the building was a sheet with writing reading "We are refugees, not terrorists" in Italian.
A small fire burned on the pavement and a sheet hanging from a first-floor window was set alight by squatters inside.

Most of the squatters were Eritreans who had been granted asylum. Police said they had refused to accept lodging offered by the city.
In a statement, the police said the refugees had gas canisters, some of which they had opened, and officers had been hit by rocks, bottles and pepper spray. Two people were arrested.

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The Jesus Poison forces us to pick up this garbage from the sea.
They seem meek as lambs and evoke the usual pity in the Christian Cretins.
After a while they become arrogant, aggressive and take over empty buildings, worth millions in pieno centro.


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Shoot the Black bastards!

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« Reply #884 on: August 29, 2017, 09:36:11 AM »

http://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2017-08-29/world-news/Europe-Africa-summit-yields-new-approach-to-asylum-claims-6736178365


 Europe-Africa summit yields new approach to asylum claims

 The leaders of France, Germany, Italy and Spain agreed Monday on a new policy to grant asylum to vulnerable migrants who apply for protection while in Africa instead of their destination countries.

At a Europe-Africa summit in Paris aimed at finding long-elusive solutions to illegal migration, the European leaders also agreed to help the African countries through which Europe-bound migrants usually pass with border controls.

French President Emmanuel Macron, the summit's host, called it the most effective and far-reaching migration meeting in months, though he didn't say how much the new measures would cost and many specifics remained unclear.

In a joint statement, the four leaders acknowledged the need to initiate a process in Chad and Niger that would lead to the resettlement of "particularly vulnerable migrants" in Europe.

They announced they plan to carry out "protection missions" in the African nations in cooperation with the United Nations' refugee and migration agencies.

The process would allow migrants to immigrate legally to Europe if they are on an eligibility list provided by the UN refugee agency and registered with authorities in Niger and Chad.

The pre-asylum centers would receive European financing, according to a top French diplomat. The official, in keeping with French presidential policy, requested anonymity and would not provide details on the precise locations and procedures for the missions.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said European countries must clearly define which asylum-seekers have legitimate humanitarian needs and who is fleeing poverty. She called it "very, very important" that the possibility of resettlement is coupled "with an end to illegal migration."

The African leaders at the summit — the prime minister of Libya's U.N.-backed government, Fayez Serraj, Chad's President Idriss Deby Itno and Niger's President Mahamadou Issoufou — stressed that fighting poverty must be a central part of any migration strategy. They asked for Europe's help in giving human smugglers legal ways of making money.

Issoufou said that poverty is what drives people to emigrate to Europe and into trafficking, and that it's important "to find alternatives for the smugglers to leave criminal activity," such as commerce or farming.

Helping chaotic Libya was a key part of Monday's meetings, and Serraj asked for more support to fight migrant trafficking and in monitoring his country's southern border.

Merkel said Europe also needs to "urgently" rethink its asylum system, which requires migrants to seek refugee status in the first country they reach. The requirement has put a burden on Greece and Italy, where waves of rickety boats carrying smuggled migrants have arrived in recent years.

The seven world leaders also discussed security cooperation before the Europeans held separate talks focused on European Union matters.

The interior ministers from Libya, Chad, Niger and Mali, who were meeting with Italy's interior minister in Rome on Monday, said the Paris summit's agenda "can constitute the beginning of a new relationship between Europe and Africa."

The ministers also renewed a pledge to back peace accords among Libya's southern tribes and to stress the importance of backing Libya in the creation of a border guard force.

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 What a load of bull - displaying the weakness of EU leaders.
Billions, trillions of Euros dumped into that black hole, Africa have not worked.
The Kaffir will not, cannot lift himself out of the jungle - it is genetic.

This whole ridiculous scheme will never work - why?
Because the traffickers and the primitives, will not even bother to try their lottery luck and apply for asylum in Africa.
They will stubbornly, obdurately carry on boating just outside Libyan waters to then be picked up by the traitors, MOAS etc.,

The crux of the matter is Political Will: would Italy stop the boats 14 miles out?
Will it use any means available, any, to stop this Illegal Invasion?
If not, then all this is just waffling in order to stretch it out till summer ends.



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« Reply #885 on: August 29, 2017, 03:00:26 PM »

https://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20170829/world/libyan-coastguard-rescues-300-off-tripoli.656774


Tuesday, August 29, 2017, 14:22

Libyan coastguard rescues 300 off Tripoli
The migrants were in two groups


Libya's coastguard rescued more than 300 migrants at sea west of the capital Tripoli this morning, a spokesman said.

"Coastguards rescued early morning today 140 illegal migrants west of Tripoli and another group of 164 migrants were rescued off Sabratha including seven women and six children," a spokesman for Libya's naval forces told Reuters.

The migrants included people from sub-Saharan countries, Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia, he said.

Hundreds of thousands of migrants from Africa and the Middle East have crossed the Libyan desert and taken to flimsy boats on the Mediterranean in the hope of reaching Europe in recent years.
A plan was agreed on Monday by four European countries and three African states, including Libya, to support nations struggling to contain the flow of people.
Leaders agreed on the principle of setting up a mechanism to identify legitimate migrants fleeing war and persecution, and to use the United Nations to register them in Niger and Chad so as to prevent them from being exploited by people-smugglers.
Libya has been in turmoil since an uprising six years ago overthrew former leader Muammar Gaddafi.

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This means that those scoundrels, smugglers, people traffickers like MOAS and others, dared not sail to the Kaffirs.
The primitives were too close to the Libyan shore and the Libyans, not suffering from The Jesus Poison, would shoot.
This is good news: the Blacks will be taken back to Libya and given a good beating - so they don't do this too often.



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« Reply #886 on: August 31, 2017, 10:57:44 AM »

https://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20170831/letters/Regular-migrants.656861


Thursday, August 31, 2017, 06:04 by Henry Fenech Azzopardi, Sliema

Regular migrants

It appears there is a general wrong impression about migrants arriving in Malta.

With reference to what Frank Portelli had to say during the political debate among the four Nationalist Party leadership contenders and also what Louis Cilia said in his Talking Point (August 26), I would like to make a point which, apparently, very few people are knowledgeable about.

The public is under the impression that Malta is not receiving any migrants because there is never any news about irregular immigrants, as was the case in the recent past. The truth is that, in line with the agreement reached with Italy, irregular migrants do not exist anymore.

Once the irregular migrants arrive on Italian soil they are given an Italian identity card and become regular migrants. They are therefore free to move within the Shengen area countries. In this connection, the irregular migrants who used to enter our shores via all sorts of boats are still arriving here but via the airport as regular migrants. The moment they reach Italy and find no jobs, they catch a flight to Malta and end up here as regular migrants.

In the past, we used to have African irregular migrants. Presently, we have an international race of regular migrants from Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Colombia etc.; you name it, we have them. To add insult to injury, the established regular migrants working in Malta send funds so other would leave Italy and join in the fun.

Therefore, whatever the outcome of the political situation in Italy, there cannot be a worst scenario than the present one.


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Excellent!


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« Reply #887 on: August 31, 2017, 05:17:45 PM »

       https://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20170831/local/man-hurt-in-marsa-fight.656892               

 Man hurt in Marsa fight
Two men 'helping' police with investigations       

As the war between these savages continues ,
the tax payer has to fork out the medical expenses and on top of that, blood donated
for a good cause is wasted on these primitives.

Deportation should follow at the least infringement by these aliens.
This situation is bound to worsen to a point where Marsa will be avoided like the plaque,
were even the police won't dare to thread.

                     
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« Reply #888 on: September 01, 2017, 11:16:35 AM »

https://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20170901/letters/Economic-migrants.656927


 Friday, September 1, 2017, 06:25 by Albert Cilia-Vincenti, Attard

Economic migrants

Although one may agree with some of the arguments by religious groups and refugee protection agencies that Europe somehow has a moral or legal obligation to accommodate large numbers of migrants from deepest Africa and Arabia, the threat of mass economic migration needs an urgent solution.

The Italian mainland and the Italian and Maltese islands cannot be used as some sort of European ‘scrapyard’ where to ‘dump’ these people. This is what central and northern Europeans seem to be expecting southern Europe to become. The vast majority are unskilled economic migrants and there is no way southern Europe can provide employment for them.

What is the difference between living in a refugee camp in southern Europe and a refugee camp in northern Africa?

This is Africa’s and Libya’s problem. Reasonably safe and developing African nations should be offering to take in fellow African economic migrants and refugees and not expect Europe to do it.

Libya is not only incapable of policing its southern border but also prevents Europeans from patrolling its Mediterranean border. The European Union needs to sort out effectivepolicing of Libya’s leaky Mediterranean border and help organise refugee camps and migrant visa facilities in Africa, not in southern Europe.

Migration needs to be controlled and organised. Before we joined the EU, we needed work permits to take up residence in member countries. Migration from Africa and the Middle East should be organised on similar lines.

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 Another well argued letter to the zio-ToM.
Post 887 comments apply to this.
The crux of the matter is Political Will - who is going to tie the bow and the bell around the cat's neck?

Only Imperium Europa in Brussels can Unite all the Patriotic Forces, alive and vibrant in every European Country.
IE will become the Focal Point to a Resurgence of Europa - away from this Judaic EU.
NOVA EUROPA!



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« Reply #889 on: September 07, 2017, 07:52:55 PM »

https://www.facebook.com/movimentocinquestelle/videos/vb.174457180812/10155228742540813/?type=2&theater


The Betrayal of Italy by Renzi and Gentiloni.

Listen to this great exposition on the Betrayal of Italy by Renzi and his Foreign Minister, now Prime Minister Gentiloni.
Both criminals and traitors who flooded Italy with thousands of primitive Blacks, deserve to be hung for Treason.
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