More than 2,100 illegal aliens from Africa arrived on Lampedusa island over the weekend, while hundreds more were in trouble in Maltese waters according to an NGO (human trafficker). Several hundred more Muslim invaders reached Lampedusa before dawn on Monday, following more than 1,400 who arrived on Sunday.
EuroNews Italian news agencies said around 400 arrived on a single ship, while another 20-metre boat carrying 325 was intercepted 13 km off the coast of the island. Sunday saw the largest number of Muslim invaders coming ashore in a single day at an Italian port this year.
Sicilian judicial authorities meanwhile renewed a ban on any intervention at sea by the human trafficker posing as rescue ship Sea-Watch 4.
The German NGO ship – which had to keep it at anchor in the port of Palermo, Sicily for six months – is now banned until March, after an inspection found too many life jackets on board in relation to its size. (The problem isn’t the number of lifejackets aboard, it’s the number of Muslim invaders aboard)
1400 migrants have arrived to Lampedusa in the past 18 hours and more are expected, as several boats are in distress off the Maltese coast. Here’s my latest piece for @BBCWorld @alarm_phone @SeaWatchItaly @UNmigration pic.twitter.com/7r8MTEa8ml
— Sara Monetta (@saramonetta) May 10, 2021
Members of the George Soros-funded NGO believe that the inspection was a backdoor way for the authorities to block the vessel and prevent it from rescuing migrants at sea. (Hey, whatever it takes)
“We hope the authorities will not prevent us from going to the central Mediterranean with the same absurd accusations we are used to,” Sea-Watch Italy tweeted on Friday after returning from its latest mission.
Another ship, Sea-Watch 3, was blocked in March by the coastguard at the Sicilian port of Augusta, again citing security concerns.
Some 530,000 illegal Muslim invaders have reached Italian shores since the beginning of 2015, according to the International Organization for Migration (IOM), an intergovernmental organisation based in Geneva. Between 1 January and 21 April 2021, 8,604 people arrived in Italy and 65 in Malta, while 359 died en route, according to IOM.
Human traffickers often take advantage of calm seas to launch unseaworthy boats toward European shores.
Watch populist hero, Matteo Salvini (former deputy prime minister), the only politician to have put a stop to the illegal Muslim invasion of Italy, before he was ousted from office by far leftists, take a tour through Lampedusa.