August 15, 2019
I didn’t know that Italy also had this thing where random judges could overrule the decisions of the elected leader because of reasons.
Spanish humanitarian ship Open Arms headed for the Italian island of Lampedusa on Wednesday with 147 rescued migrants on board after a judge in Rome suspended far-right Interior Minister Matteo Salvini’s decree banning them from Italy’s territorial waters.
The Proactiva Open Arms charity which operates the ship said it would not try to force entry to Lampedusa port, as another rescue vessel, the Sea-Watch 3 did in June, prompting its seizure and the arrest of its captain.
The Open Arms is seeking shelter from 2.5-metre (eight-foot) swells along with the Ocean Viking ship operated by SOS Mediterranea and Doctors Without Borders (MSF), which has more than 350 migrants plucked from the Mediterranean on board.
Both Italy and Malta have refused both vessels permission to dock and unload their passengers.
Since coming to power in June 2018, Salvini has repeatedly taken a hard line against migrants.
Salvini announced a swift appeal against the judge’s ruling and signed another decree, saying that the Open Arms behaviour showed its “political objective of bring (migrants) to Italy”.
Meanwhile, another colonist transport, the Ocean Viking, is still floating around the Mediterranean, still waiting for another White country to Diversify.
The NGOs Doctors Without Borders (MSF) and SOS Méditerranée are still looking for a European port to dock at after collecting around 250 migrants off the coast of Libya.
The NGO’s migrant transport vessel, the Ocean Viking, embarked on its latest migrant pick up operation on August 4th, and so far has made three separate pick-ups of migrants who would all like to make Europe their new home. Most recently, the boat picked up 91 individuals in an inflatable boat in the search and rescue (SAR) zone off the Libyan coast, BFMTV reports.
Frédéric Penard, the director of operations for SOS Méditerranée, has voiced concern as to where the vessel might dock in Europe or if it will be able to dock at all.
“We are worried, but the Ocean Viking has been equipped to prepare for this eventuality,” Penard said.
He continued, saying, “We are in touch with the Libyan coastguards who designated us Tripoli as a landing port which we refused because the coast is not safe,”
The NGO director also urged European Union member states to work quickly to resolve the situation.
“We expect the signatory states of the maritime conventions to do their job and help the captain to find landing solutions. The states must jointly find a solution within the reach of the European Union,” he said.
Penard failed to comment as to why the migrants couldn’t be dropped off at a safe port in North Africa.
So far, no one has been able to explain why these colonists cannot just be moved over to the next Arab country that isn’t in the middle of an American-Israeli orchestrated political crisis.
Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco are all stable countries, but that would defeat the whole purpose of this operation, which is to drive White people into minority status in the lands they have occupied for millennia.
We’ll see in the upcoming days if this Italian court situation is just a blip on the radar, or if more of these ships start getting through. Either way, it isn’t enough to just keep out the new ones. There are already too many of them in Europe, and they’re breeding.