The vast majority of these migrant-wannabes from Africa are not fleeing persecution or war, they are economic freeloaders looking for free handouts in Europe. In the last four days, 67 of the illegals have gone missing, (by drowning?), and 3,000 have been detained for deportation.
According to one commenter, the statement made in this video that they were thrown out of their home and told to go home is not truth. Where they have been camping, is not their home, and leaving the country means going back to their own homes, NOT Europe! They shout like they have a right to claim another country as their own. They do not have that right. The hard line taken by the Italian coastguard is the correct one! And the Tunisians are making it much more difficult for them to leave.
One of the failed migrant-wannabes is complaining that he has tried to cross into Europe 3 times and it has cost him $1,000 each time. Sky News is avoiding the obvious question, “So, how are you managing to get $3,000, with more to come, if you’re a stranded refugee who’s been robbed?”
EuroNews Just 3 days ago, it was reported that in the past 48 hours, more than 4000 illegal alien Muslim migrant-wannabes have reached Southern Italy – a new record – with some 2,000 people disembarking on the island of Lampedusa alone. According to government figures, arrivals have tripled in the first three months of 2023.
So far this year, more than 20,000 illegal migrants landed on Italian shores. Some 6,500 of them arrived in Italy during the same period in 2022. More than 26,000 illegal aliens have either died or gone missing in the sea since 2014.
Most of the recent migrants set out from Tunisia, where a recent controversial speech by the country’s president against its migrant population sparked a series of violent attacks, pushing people to risk the voyage.
On Sunday, 29 migrants were killed in two shipwrecks off the coast of Tunisia.
Another 12 people were killed in shipwrecks on Friday in international waters off Malta.
Tunisia claimed to have stopped the departure of more than 70 boats over the weekend.