Instead of refusing to accept a boatload full of black as coal Africans, Spain and Malta have cucked and are now going to help the darkies become residents of Europe.
This action negates the refusal of Italy to take them. In the initial story about the rescue ship Aquarius, it appeared that the mayor of Palermo was going to allow the ship to dock in Italy. Apparently, he’s out of the picture and somehow Spain (and Malta) became involved.
This treason cannot be allowed to stand.
Excerpt from The Sun
SPAIN and Malta have opened their doors to offer a safe port for a rescue ship currently stranded in the Mediterranean with 629 migrants on board.
The vessel, which has 120 children and seven pregnant women on board, was left sitting in the sea for two days after Italy refused permission for it to dock at its ports.
The refusal from Italy’s new interior minister came as part of tough anti-immigration promises made by the country’s new government.
Spain’s socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has now given instructions for the boat to dock in Valencia, but Sky News sources say it is likely the boat will first dock in Malta within hours.
Both Italy and Malta had previously refused to allow the ship to dock in their countries – leaving it floating in limbo off the coast of Sicily for almost two days.
The vessel was left stranded with only enough food for one day leaving those on board in mortal danger.
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini turned away the Aquarius rescue ship after promising to take a tougher stance on migration during Italy’s recent general election.
Mr Salvini said Malta should take the vessel – which was carrying 123 children and seven pregnant women.
However, Malta initially said it had nothing to do with the rescue operation – sparking a stand-off between the two EU countries.
According to reports on Sky News, Malta did not immediately help the stranded vessel for fear of setting a precedent that would force the small island state to continue to take rescued migrants if Italy continues to refuse them safe port.
Malta – which is significantly closer to the boat than Valencia – has now agreed to comply with international law requiring states to help a vessel in distress.
The crisis marked the first display of Italy’s get-tough immigration policy under the right-wing, xenophobic League.
They are attempting to make good on electoral promises to halt the flow of migrants into the country.
On Sunday, Mr Salvini tweeted: “Starting today, Italy, too, begins to say NO to the trafficking of human beings, NO to the business of clandestine immigration.”
And today he added: “Saving lives at sea is a duty, but transforming Italy into an enormous refugee camp is not.
The right thing to do is simple. Send the Aquarius to Africa and let it’s cargo of garbage be discharged back at the spot they sailed from. Warn them that if they’re caught again at sea or on land in Europe that they’ll do prison time. Or be executed.