63 μετανάστες επιβιβάστηκαν σε Ιταλικό Ferry. Περίμεναν μέχρι να έλθει
το το βράδυ για να κάνουν επιδρομή στο πλοίο. Επετέθησαν στους ντόπιους & τους λήστεψαν.
63 Migrants Board
Italian Ferry, Wait Until Night To Raid Ship As Locals Attacked & Robbed
The migrants lounged at the bar all day, slapping the tables and shouting at the bartender. The turmoil bubbled over when the bar closed and the drunk, angry men no longer had a target for their rage. Passengers cowered in fear as leering migrants tore apart the ship and barged into private rooms.
“Despite efforts by the crew to restore calm, the situation rapidly degenerated and for hours the ship was at the mercy of the sixty rioters. Calm only returned on board at dawn, just before the ship moored, when the migrants realized that police patrols had been deployed on the Naples harbor docks and were waiting for them,” writes Breitbart.
Europe is disintegrating. The ceaseless flood of refugees and migrants are warping the continent. Populism is surging and it’s easy to see why. Citizens rights are trampled when governments are forced to divert attention and resources to migrants. Most of the people streaming into the EU illegally are under-educated, ignorant of their host country’s language, and essentially unemployable.
As the problems of Northern Africa and the Middle East spill over into the West, officials scramble to find solutions. Unfortunately, there’s no easy answer.
As pretty as it sounds on paper, the plan is almost useless. Libya is a nightmare. The power vacuum created by Team Obama/Clinton was filled by monsters who are even less competent than Gadaffi was. Libya isn’t a country anymore, it’s a wild-zone being fought over by multiple warring factions.
Conditions in Libya are so awful that any plan to simply dump the migrants back home will likely fail. In Clinton’s arrogance she neglected to think what would happen if Libya was destabilized.
“It’s a first step taken with an interim government that doesn’t really control the country, but it’s a first step,” said Natalino Ronzitti, professor emeritus of international law and an adviser at the Institute for International Affairs in Italy.
Libyans, like most migrants, aren’t likely to willingly return home as long conditions are dire and it’s fairly easy to go west. That leaves Europe, and to a lesser extent the U.S, in a very precarious situation. We can’t allow ourselves to be overrun by hordes of violent, desperate men, but neither can we easily send them home.
America has the advantage. Most of the illegals streaming into the U.S come from Mexico, a country stable enough for them to be sent home to. Mexico may be rough, but it’s also one of the most prosperous countries in the world.
Preventing migrants from exiting Libya is a dangerous game. Shuttling people to Europe has become a lucrative business.
So what should be done? It’s unclear. The mayhem that erupted on the Italian ferry, the chaos that’s shaken EU cities across the continent, all demonstrate that it’s not acceptable to simply allow these migrants unfettered access to the West. Many are dangerous, most are impoverished. Most countries, Italy included, can barely handle their own poor.
The best solution seems to be providing aid to the migrants’ home countries and preventing them from leaving in the first place.
It’s a terrible situation. Migrants MUST be sent home, but there’s almost no incentive for them to remain home and no government strong enough to keep them there.
In such a contentious climate, President Trump’s travel ban makes a lot of sense.