The Diciotti ship arrived at the port of Catania where the coastguard told AFP there were more than 900 migrants, who were allegedly “saved” in multiple rescue operations off the coast of Libya.
As has been proven on countless occasions, this is an outright lie! Just as deliberately falling pregnant (having an “Anchor Baby”) in order to gain residency to remain in a country is a lie. Deliberately towing people out to sea, so they can be “rescued”, is a lie and scam and an evil crime against humanity!
These NGOs and their staff should be warned that as per the Nuremberg Principle, “following orders” is not a defense…
First, a call is put through by the human trafficker to the coastguard and NGOs, then the illegals are put into brand new rubber dinghies, without any motors, and then towed out a few miles, (still within Libya’s territorial waters), then left there to drift at the pre-arranged GPS coordinates until the pre-arranged NGO “rescue” ship comes to collect them. The human traffickers have already received their cash before towing out the boats so they really do not care if they live or die. George Soros and his network of globalist NGOs financed the printing and distribution of million of pamphlets and maps with pertinent contact numbers on.
The usefulness about using NGOs, is that human traffickers can make “anonymous” donations to the NGO and in so doing “pay” for the collection of their customers…
Before we look at the actual legalities that are being abused here, this video from last year shows how well orchestrated and polished the illegal operation is:
Italy’s new populist government came under hypocritical fire on Tuesday from its EU neighbours after refusing to let a foreign rescue boat carrying 629 migrants dock in Italy. The illegals aboard the Aquarius, run by French globalist NGO SOS Mediterranee, were stuck on the ship as Italy and Malta refused to take them. Fortunately for the illegals, Spain has a new communist government who jumped at the “opportunity” and said the migrants could land at the port of Valencia.
The Aquarius was heading for Spain on Wednesday, escorted by two other Italian vessels that between them had taken more than 500 of the passengers aboard. Who pays for all this?
Italy’s new interior minister Matteo Salvini insisted on Tuesday that the country’s ports would no longer be open to foreign boats carrying migrants. He has repeatedly accused charities of working with human traffickers, but said Italy would not stop rescuing migrant boats itself.
“We have put a stop to the NGOs. The coastguard and navy can continue to save lives, but other countries need to keep giving us a hand,” he said.
On Wednesday Italy summoned the French ambassador after France’s Macron accused Italy of “irresponsibility” over its refusal to let the Aquarius dock. Speaking to the senate, Salvini said “he hoped for an official apology as soon as possible” from France.
Salvini, the head of the newly elected anti-immigration League party, has repeatedly vowed to stem the flow of migrants to Italy, which has seen more than 700,000 arrive on its shores since 2013.
Under EU rules, migrants must apply for asylum in the European country where they first arrive. That has put pressure on Italy and Greece, the entry points for hundreds of thousands of people fleeing war and poverty.
The events from this week have raised questions about a country’s legal obligations towards those “rescued” at sea. It reveals how the entire phenomom hinges n the heavy use of the word “rescue”- without it there is no legal basis for any of this!
Whilst the rules are not generally clear, allowing the Establishment, which includes EU, NGOs, UN, UNHCR, and even Traffickers to take full advantage of the unsuspecting citizens?
“International maritime law does not provide for specific obligations which would determine in all cases which state is responsible to allow disembarkation on its territory,” the pro globalist, pro miscegenation United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) says. However International Law should not be applied as these illegals are collected (“rescued”) within Libya’s territorial waters!
That does not mean a country can simply hold up a stop sign and wash its hands of the situation when a vessel packed with alleged vulnerable illegal migrants approaches its shores. Globalist UNHCR also vaguely pointed to “key treaties” stating that a nation which has responsibility for an area in which a search-and-rescue operation takes place is required to “exercise primary responsibility” for coordinating the migrants’ safe disembarkation. So that would be Libya then?
The new EU sponsored International Organization for Migration also said that while states are not forced to accept specific vessels, there is a collective duty to ensure a humane outcome.
“Regarding disembarkation, states are obliged to cooperate to find a safe place to disembark migrants rescued in their search and rescue area,” IOM spokesman Leonard Doyle told AFP, citing legal experts.
What if there’s an emergency on board?
This applies to any situation but could arguably compel a state to grant access to its ports. Especially with NGO’s hyping up the circumsatances on board in order to elicit sympathy and “pretend rescue”
“If the country has control over the ship and there are migrants in dire straights aboard and no agreement with another state to take them can be found, they should not delay but accept them,” Doyle said.
In the case of the Aquarius, which is operated by Globalist NGO SOS Méditerranée, UNHCR said that the alleged dwindling provisions on board created “an urgent humanitarian imperative” for Italy and Malta to allow the boat to dock. Created being the key word here. No one forced these illegals to enter the rubber dinghies and no one forced the NGOs to go collect them in Libya!
What happens after the migrants disembark?
Justifying Rome’s stance, Interior Minister Matteo Salvini said Italy’s new government could not be forced to turn the country into “a huge refugee camp”.
Globalist UNHCR, ever willing to set a trap and “spread the diversity”, said letting a boat dock did not mean a country would have to take long-term responsibility for those on board. Will UNHCR re-imburse them then?
“A state which allows disembarkation on its territory of rescued persons – particularly in situations involving large numbers of people – need not, in UNHCR’s view, be solely responsible for providing durable solutions on its own territory.”
One would have to question whether the new Italian Government is in fact right wing as it appears instead of sending them back to Libya, as would be perfectly understandable given the farce behind the deliberate creation of this entire “emergency”, it seems Italy is now committed to spreading the illegals throughout Europe, inadvertently aiding and abetting the EU’s Kalergi plan to miscegenate Europe into a mixed race of obedient, compliant consumers with no culture and no heritage, making them far more agreeable to adopting consumerism. (As any advertising agency will tell you, non-europeans spend a far higher portion of their income on consumables and brand names). So in effect the migrants are mere goloms, raw material ready to be moulded into whatever the Oligarchs and Left Wing Supremacists want to mould them into.
Europeans are far too fussy, expect quality, do not breed new consumers fast enough and save their money, etc.