Tuesday, July 10, 2018

300 Drowned

While the mesmerized world watched a cave in Thailand, three hundred people drowned last week.

Not a word of this did one see in the media of the western world.  You see, the dead were illegal immigrants from North Africa.  It is reported seven hundred thousand of them are camped in Libya, waiting to get across the Med.

Chris Hogben, NCA head of operations for organised immigration crime, said rescue boats manned by non-governmental organisations were inadvertently aiding people smugglers.
The NGOs are supposed to rescue people once they are more than 12 miles from the Libyan coast, but come in much closer, he said.
He said: “They make it easier for the crime groups who now send a boat with not enough fuel on purpose as they know they will be picked up.”
The details emerged at a briefing on Project Invigor, a joint NCA, Home Office, Coastguard, Border Force and Crown Prosecution Service operation, costing £14million a year to run.
Around 140 officers make up the squad which has 250 live investigations into organised gangs trying to sneak people into the UK and those forging documents to aid them and keep illegal immigrants here.
The main sources for migrants into Europe are Libya, Ethiopia, Sudan, Niger and Afghanistan. Mr Dowdall said that smugglers collectively make up to £6billion a year charging would-be migrants.

Australians should note well the policies of the Labor Party which would reopen the country's boundaries to thousand of people like these - same colour, same fanatical religious zeal, different part of the world.


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Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Some fool who is permanently banned from these parts takes umbrage with my reference to colour.

Perhaps he's like to identify some place where 700,000 Caucasians are lining up to get into a North African shithole because it's better than their current shithole?

lolitasbrother said...

Yes, your 300 and up 600 Adolf.
Thailand kills 24,000 people on the road each year, .ostly on motorbikes.
That's 900 in 2 weeks while they were getting the boys out of the cave.
In one lifetime of 70 years, you have a one in 50 chance of dying on the roads, pedestrian crossings being a favourite place to take out Westerners.
The second most frightening thing here is if you arrive at Shopping Mall in the same taxi as a Thai woman.
It's horrific.
The cave job was great. They brought them out in groups each day and did a debrief and reconsideration between each group. I don't know who did the thinking, unlikely to have been a Thai.
Eion Musk saw the chance of publicity and brought a submarine to Thailand with him to a venue of rushing water through gaps which only one man at one time coud slither through, and with the oxygen cylinder off the back. paul scott