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NGOs/ Human traffickers are putting migrants at risk, then they ‘rescue’ them.

It is now well known that NGOs have collaborate with human smugglers and “rescue” migrants who were lured into taking on the extremely dangerous journey across the Mediterranean Sea, which led to the drowning of hundreds of migrants since 2015. This would be horrible enough, but the NGOs, funded by western based globalist elitists, working with human traffickers, and supported by the European left-wing political class, they now doubling down on the propaganda. Normally, human traffickers prepare a dingy on the coast of  for instance Libya, with gasoline lasting only fo 12 miles out. When they are our of Libyan waters, the migrants are picked up by the NGOs, who take them hundred of miles to European ports.

Now with stricter migration policies especially Italy, these NGO and human smuggler are using more and more drastic measures and endanger the migrants even more, to get them to Europe at all cost, proving again and again that they don’t care for the life of the migrants.

 

Updated (2): Sea-Watch 3 migrant aid ship captain detained; Italy police boat rammed

The captain of a humanitarian ship with 40 migrants aboard was detained in Italy after the vessel rammed a border police motorboat blocking its way as it docked without permission at the Mediterranean island of Lampedusa early Saturday, authorities said.

The migrants finally stepped onto Italian soil after disembarking from the Sea-Watch 3, which rescued them more than two weeks earlier. Italy’s anti-migrant interior minister, Matteo Salvini, had refused to let the migrants disembark on Lampedusa until other European Union countries agreed to take in the asylum-seekers.

 

 

Last week, Frontex aircraft detected a suspicious fishing trawler towing a smaller boat. The boat was empty, but something caught the attention of the agency’s experts. Frontex kept observing the boat for several hours, and all of a sudden people started to emerge from below the deck. A people smuggler jumped on the smaller boat encouraging a group of migrants to follow him. When all 81 migrants boarded the smaller boat, the mother ship was detached and started sailing south while the small boat started going towards the Italian island of Lampedusa. This was a clear example of a “mother boat” used by criminals to carry a large group of migrants across the sea towards their destination before unloading them onto a smaller boat

Last week, Frontex aircraft detected a suspicious fishing trawler towing a smaller boat. The boat was empty, but something caught the attention of the agency’s experts. Frontex kept observing the boat for several hours, and all of a sudden people started to emerge from below the deck. A people smuggler jumped on the smaller boat encouraging a group of migrants to follow him. When all 81 migrants boarded the smaller boat, the mother ship was detached and started sailing south while the small boat started going towards the Italian island of Lampedusa. This was a clear example of a “mother boat” used by criminals to carry a large group of migrants across the sea towards their destination before unloading them onto a smaller boat. A Frontex plane and drone kept observing the fishing trawler and the boat with migrants over several hours, alerting Italian and Maltese authorities, as well as EUNAVFOR Med. The Italian National Coordination Centre initiated a complex operation that involved Italian Guardia di Finanza and Guardia Costiera. They caught up with the bigger vessel and arrested the suspected people smugglers. The Italian authorities arrested seven suspected smugglers and seized the fishing trawler. Most of the migrants came from Bangladesh, Morocco and Libya. Most of them were not wearing life vests when they were left in the middle of the sea by the people smugglers. The Italian authorities are investigating the case.

Updated (2): Sea-Watch 3 migrant aid ship captain detained; Italy police boat rammed

Updated (2): Sea-Watch 3 migrant aid ship captain detained; Italy police boat rammed

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