- Posted by Amy Mek
- On October 18, 2019
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- European Union, Germany, Giuseppe Conte, Italy, Lampedusa, Matteo Salvini, NGO, Tunisia
A migrant who was previously deported by former Deputy Prime Minister of Italy, Matteo Salvini’s has arrived once again in Lampedusa, Italy. During an interview, the illegal celebrated Salvini’s controversial removal and boasts about the large number of Tunisians leaving daily for Europe, “more are leaving every day. Every day. Yesterday, I heard two other boats left at one, at one in the night.“
Illegal migrants previously deported by Salvini are embolden by Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte new open borders government, “Now, right now, the law is changing. When they hear that they are not sending the boys back, you will see what happens further on. Within a week, you’ll see. Every day.“
Italy’s new leftist government headed by Conte has kept its promise to reverse Salvini’s immigration stance, which empowered Italy to refuse NGO human trafficking vessels to enter their seaports. The number of migrants arriving on the Italian shores in September of 2019 is more than twice the number that arrived in September of 2018. More than 2,000 immigrants have arrived in Italy in the month of September alone.
Conte appointed pro-mass migration Luciana Lamorgese to replace Matteo Salvini in Italy’s new radical left government. Conte made it clear he stands with the European Union, Merkel and Macron and will no longer protect Italy’s borders.
As reported previously by RAIR Foundation USA, given this policy change by Conte, many Italians feel unrepresented by this new government. Salvini has pledged to create a government for the Italian people not one “produced by Paris and Berlin, born out of a fear of giving up power, without dignity and without ideals, with the wrong people in the wrong place.” Not surprisingly, a recent poll by the newspaper Il Giornale on September 19 shows that Salvini would win an election by a landslide margin.
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Video Transcript: Many thanks to Fousesquawk for the translation:
More than 2,000 immigrants have arrived in Italy in the month of September alone, a peak the cause of which cannot be said to exclude the agreement to achieve a policy less hostile than that of the ex-Minister of the Interior, Matteo Salvini.
This is the second trip that Zouel, a Tunisian, has made to Italy. He has already been expelled once. A few days after meeting him upon his arrival at Lampedusa, he tells us he has been again repatriated to Tunisia. And look what he asks us. He wants information on the change of government in Italy and the possible effects on the immigrants who arrive. He tells us he is again ready to return.
This is the [unintelligible] of Lampedusa; at this moment there are about 300 people in a place with a capacity for 100. They are almost 100% Tunisians who arrived a few days ago on board small boats directly to the island.
All Tunisians? —Yes, Tunisian.
This is not the first time you came here? Hmm, no, I came in 2011.
They gave me an order of expulsion [unintelligible] 2019. I had a residence permit… —You were reported… —But [unintelligible] for nothing, because during that period, there was Salvini. —But now Salvini is no longer minister of the interior. Now I know he is no longer there. I’m also happy. — Now there is a new government in Italy.
What is it? According to you, how does it seem to you? —Much better. According to you, do people in Tunisia know that it is better here now? —Of course.
And more are leaving? —Of course. Of course, more are leaving every day. Every day. Yesterday, I heard two other boats left at one, at one in the night.
Where are they now? — They are arriving. They are arriving. —Here? —Of course, here. — Now, Europe says that those who arrive here will be redistributed to several countries.
Good. Yes. Good. —Have you heard this? — I have heard. Germany has talked about this. Also in France… — Good news? —Of course, it is good news for this motive… [unintelligible] the boys back now.
Now, right now, the law is changing. When they hear that they are not sending the boys back, you will see what happens further on. Within a week, you’ll see. Every day.