Italy’s Ports are Open For Business: NGO Trafficking Ships Are Pouring In

Italy’s Ports are Open For Business: NGO Trafficking Ships Are Pouring In

  • Posted by Amy Mek
  • On January 16, 2020
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  • EU, France, Germany, Giuseppe Conte, Human traffickers, Italy, Libya, Matteo Salvini, Mediterranean, Messina, NGO, Open Arms, Portugal, Salvini, Sea-Watch 3, Taranto

The Conte government has reopened the ports to everyone. The disembarkations have doubled. And for this, I am doing and will do everything possible to send this illegal government home as soon as possible.” – Former Deputy Italian Prime Minister Matteo Salvini

Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has allowed two NGO trafficking vessels, German-run Sea-Watch 3 and Spanish Open Arms, to disembark in two southern Italian port cities.

Sea-Watch 3, carrying 119 migrants, docked in the port of Taranto while Spanish Open Arms, with 118 illegal migrants, was sent to Messina.

European Union member states France, Germany, Portugal and Ireland have agreed to “welcome” the illegals aboard the ships, according to the Italian Interior Ministry.

NGO Ships in the Mediterranean are masquerading as doing humanitarian work. Often their human cargo are actually very dangerous people, with values and ambitions that are in staunch opposition to Western values and laws.

As previously reported by RAIR Foundation, former Deputy Italian Prime Minister Matteo Salvini released a video exposing the coordination between NGO migrant ships and illegal human traffickers.

These human smugglers are transporting migrants from the just off the coast of Libya to the shores of Italy.  Shockingly, these human traffickers actually leverage their Facebook page to promote their services and recruit “customers.”

Salvini points out that at the time he left office, there were no NGO migrant-trafficking vessels picking up “refugees” in the Mediterranean, and now there are nine. Without Salvini in office, Soros-funded NGO’s and the EU will continue to flood Italy with dangerous economic migrants.

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