The Mediterranean has been for many economic migrants the purgatory before the promised land, which would be geographical Europe of course. This is a false idea, those who leave Africa brainwashed and invited in by globalist elites have been told a story that is not quite right. Any sensible person knows that there is certainly no space in Britain, France, Germany and Italy for three-quarters of Africa to show up uninvited.
An army of cheap and illegal labourers who will most likely end up picking potatoes in fields, or having to end up in criminal businesses, such as drugs and prostitution. This is not because we are inhumane, and do not want to give them decent jobs, but because your options career-wise become rather limited when you come to a country illegally and with no documentation.
Luckily, due to a series of fortunate events, including a new Trump-backed Italian government, things are looking slightly more hopeful now at the gates of Europe. A new deal, struck between the United Nations and the Libyan coast guard sustained by the government in Tripoli, will make sure that the Mediterrenean waters that stretch from the Libyan border with Tunisia all the way to Egypt will no longer be treated as international waters and it will be the responsibility of the Libyans to identify illegal ships with migrants.
Once identified, because the United Nations has now forced Libya to constitute its own JRCC (Joint Rescue Coordination Centre), the ships will have to be returned to the North African shore instead of having to be rescued by the Italian navy that for logistic and peacekeeping reasons used to be forced to bring these migrants to Sicily or Malta which would then give them access to all of the Eurozone.
The International Maritime Organisation (IMO), has helped the weak and unstable current Libyan government, or at least the only one recognised by the west in Libya, to organise its almost non-existent and low skilled military personell’s Search and Rescue (SAR) zone on the coast. As much as the Libyans have been unreliable in the past, with regards to providing answers to the influx of migrants originating from their shores, we now need them. The west, and the European Union especially, has to work with the Libyans to solve this dreadful problem. The problem not being only the arrival of desperate, destitute peoples from Africa per se – but also a serious one of human trafficking.
It is the human traffickers in Africa who organise travel of masses of people coming from Chad, Sudan, Ghana, Nigeria and Zaire all the way to northern Africa. Statistics found by a Fusion investigation have shown that 8o% of women are raped while putting their lives in the hands of these traffickers to get to Europe.
NGOs are a massive problem. Until now, NGO ships most likely funded by Soros, closely linked to the Open Europe Organisation, have been directly or indirectly helping the traffickers’ cause by smuggling illegal aliens into Europe. The “Open Arms” ships, have taken a countless number of aliens all the way to ports like the one of Palermo in Italy or Valencia in Spain. Many of those who arrive then decide to undertake journeys to richer countries like Germany and our very own Britain of course. We hope that with this new United Nations accord, Libya will take its responsability but more importantly the NGO criminal cosmopolitans will no longer have the excuse nor be able to search and rescue in Libyan national waters. Ultimately, Libya is now effectively a secure port; every single one of those migrants will have to be returned to Tripoli under international law.
As desperate as these migrants might be, they are no longer welcome to Europe, because now we have become the desperate ones having to deal with an invasion, in the true sense of the word. The very worst part of it is that we were never asked, the decisions were made for us, by a very dangerous elitist, internationalist, but rather secret, society that has made it their life’s goal to disintegrate the social fabric of our nations.
(Articles reflect the views of the author, and not necessarily those of Luke Nash-Jones, The Red Pill Factory, or Make Britain Great Again.)