Defend Europe: al abordaje de las ONGs dedicadas al contrabando de personas en el Mediterráneo


#202

Parece que ya hasta hay traficantes libios que utilizan la imagen del Aquarius de la ONG SOS Méditerranée como tarjeta de visita:


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#205

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BsLnuYUb_I

Argentina siempre esta abierta a inmigrantes de calidad, (y los otros últimamente, pero ya se esta trabajando en las deportaciones), es un país prácticamente despoblado, que con un buen influjo, como en los años 20’ se puede copar el poder político, ya que todas las clases de media-media para arriba van a apoyar cualquier medida que nos aleje de Sudamérica jajaja


#206

https://www.vesselfinder.com/?imo=7392854


#207

Les falta por pedir que la marina italiana torpedee el barco.


#208

[quote]
The Italian coast guard did not only direct the Golfo Azzurro to the Libyan territorial waters but also the Phoenix, the Astral and the Iuventa. According to the Malta Today: “It was around 7 pm (12 October) when the Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre in Rome contacted Phoenix. Still, it was only at 9.20pm that the rubber boat was sighted by – making use of the Schiebel drones on board the Phoenix. In cooperation with the other search-and-rescue NGOs in the area, a rescue operation was swiftly launched.”2) The Golfo Azzurro was told at 8.00 AM that there was a ship with problems while the Phoenix was contacted 10 to 11 hours later!

During the week that we monitored the area, four Italian tugboats, among them the Megrez, were stationed at the Mellitah Complex, and they were idle most of the time.

While the Golfo Azzurro started its 30-mile trip to assist the boat 6 to 9 nautical miles off Mellitah, it took 10 hours before the Megrez, one of the four tug boats, left the port of Mellitah (20:00 pm) in the direction of the “rescue” point.

The Megrez sailed 6 nautical miles into the open sea, 2 nautical miles from the rescue point. Around 20:40 it reached its end point and without stopping it turned around and went back to Mellitah, where it arrived at 21:17. The whole trip including time, date and speed is recorded by the different AIS tracking websites.

The Megrez, an Italian registered tugboat, sailed in a straight line up and down without stopping and without participating in the “rescue” operation. It looks like the Megrez just dropped something in the open sea and immediately returned home. Forty minutes later after the Megrez turned around, perfectly timed, the Phoenix spotted a boat with migrants.

8.5 nautical miles off Mellitah, within Libyan territorial waters, the four ships, belonging to European NGOs, started their “rescue” mission and picked up 113 persons. The closest safe port is Zarzis in Tunis, about 65 nautical miles west from the “rescue” point. This port is frequently visited by the ships that operate for these NGOs. Instead of bringing the migrants to Zarzis, the Phoenix brought the immigrants 275 nautical miles north to Italy. Of course, the 113 passengers paid 1000 to 1500 euro to be shipped to Europe and not to be transported to Tunis.

On the basis of our observation, it turned out that the Italian authorities knew in advance that there would be a “rescue” operation that night.

They contacted the Golfo Azzurro in advance as the ship was more than 30 nautical miles off the Libyan coast. The captain knew that he was scheduled to pick up migrants, although there was not yet a distress signal. At that moment the migrants were probably still in Libya. At 19:00 the Phoenix was warned by the coast guard and directed to the pick-up point. At 20:00 the Megrez left Libya. 2 nautical miles from the pick-up point, at 20:40 hours it turned around. Forty minutes later the Phoenix spotted the rubber boat. The whole operation was perfectly scheduled. [/quote]

Éste debió ser uno de los primeros artículos que se escribió sobre el asunto, donde básicamente demuestran que las acciones de rescate se planean antes incluso de que la embarcación cargada de inmigrantes zarpe de la costa.


#209

[quote]
The Gefira researchers found an interesting photo of a “rescue” operation in the online archive of Sea-Watch, a German NGO. Needless to say, they also discovered that its vessel, Sea-Watch 2, had been inside Libyan waters several times.
The NGOs are usually extremely careful about the photographs they publish but seem to have slipped up here. The photograph shows a large rubber dinghy full of migrants as calm as the sea near a small rubber dinghy with two SeaWatch crew on board alongside a small fibre-glass boat with no cabin and two men, presumably Libyans, on board. The “Libyans” are handing over a large plastic bag to the Sea-Watch 2 crew who are all smiles. What’s in the bag? Not documents surely, or Heaven forbid, cash? Are these two “Libyans” people smugglers?[/quote]


#210

El alcalde (a la luz de su actuación, ponerle mayúscula al título de su cargo me parece hiperbólico) de Catania dice: “The people on this boat are not welcome and I will certainly be asking the authorities to stop, for reasons of public safety, its docking at our port.". O sea, que sabe perfectamente que los tontifas van a intentar sabotear la empresa de manera violenta. Es más, puede que los elementos estèn ya en el lugar; pero no tienen de què preocuparse, el alcalde está de su parte.

Por otro lado el artículo asegura que “the activists plan to call the Libyan coastguard to ask them to take the migrants and refugees back to the war-torn country.” Lo cual es rematadamente falso: según sus organizadores van a vigilar que las ONGs no recojan inmigrantes a pie de playa, no colaboren activamente con los traficantes y si rescatan una embarcación trasladen a sus ocupantes al puerto cercano más seguro, o sea, a Zarzis, en Túnez, que no es un “war-torn country” precisamente.


#211

Eso dicen, que ellos también están en Catania. Ni me extrañaría que en Hope not hate estuvieran preparando alguna acción de sabotaje en colaboración con grupos antifa.


#212

Y tampoco hay que perder de vista quién es uno de los ilustres financiadores de estos supuestos ‘antifascistas’:


#213

¡Es tan humanitario ayudar a destruir Europa con fondos europeos!


#214

Esos fondos son de Soros… :money_mouth_face:


#215

Otra jornada heroica en Transportes Camps.


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#217

Y un antiguo puntal de la prensa escrita española pone su granito de arena.

El primer párrafo es indigno de un medio mínimamente serio, linkando un artículo que no dice nada sobre los mercantes insolidarios, las fragatas libias disparando ni lo malo que es Zoido. Ya sé por qué dejè de comprarlo.


#218

A mí me hace gracia que todos estos juntaletras no se cansen de repetir que es una plataforma xenófoba e islamófoba, simplemente por no querer dejarse invadir por el tercer mundo. Además, como si ser islamófobo fuera algo malo. Vamos, no me jodas.


#219

Le he echado un ojo a los comentarios de la noticia… y está siendo una auténtica masacre:


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