August 5, 2019
Hey look, this one’s run by a woman too!
Why can’t Malta just tell them to fuck off like Salvini does?
What exactly is forcing them to take these vermin in?
The German-based NGO Sea-Eye have announced they will not be challenging the closed port policy of Lega leader Matteo Salvini, opting instead to head for Malta to drop off migrants.
The Sea-Eye vessel Alan Kurdi announced on Friday that they would be changing course from the Italian island of Lampedusa and heading instead to the Maltese port capital of Valletta, Il Giornale reports.
This ship’s named after beach boy.
You remember beach boy, right?
He’s the rape-larva White people killed by refusing to give infinity welfare to every goatfucker in the world.
Gordon Isler, a spokesman for the NGO, said they would “not offer Matteo Salvini another opportunity for such an unworthy show. We take our responsibilities to the saved people seriously and now we go to Malta.”
Spanish migrant transport NGO Proactiva Open Arms also announced Friday that they had picked up 123 migrants and were heading to Europe — rather than closer ports in North Africa — for a “safe haven”, but did not give any specifics on which country they were headed.
Yes, it has to be Europe.
They can’t take them to, say, Tunisia, which is closer and not currently affected by the Syrian civil war; it has to be Europe.
Because Shlomo pays them their shekels, and Shlomo decided White people can’t have their own countries because some imaginary sand demon made him “special” thousands of years ago.
Immediately after the announcement, Italy’s populist Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Matteo Salvini signed a ban on the vessel docking in Italy.
Doctors Without Borders (MSF) and SOS Méditerranée have also begun a new mission just off the coast of Libya in the so-called search and rescue (SAR) zone after initially giving up operations in December of last year.
The Ocean Viking flies a Norwegian flag and, according to the NGO, costs a total of 14,000 euros to keep operational per day. It can carry as many as 300 migrants at one time.
Louise Guillaumat, director of operations of SOS Méditerranée, said that the ship would not look to force its way into Italian waters as Sea0Watch captain Carola Rackete had done in June before her arrest.
“We will not force Italian territorial waters,” Guillaumat said, but vowed that they would “refuse to land people in Libya”.
At 14k euros a day, that’s over 5 million euros a year.
These NGOs have multiple ships that have been doing this for years, and somehow, they never seem to run out of (((funding))).
Funny how that works…