The refrain is always the same and could be summarized more or less like this: because Europe is not able to get all migrants comfortably to Italy, the NGOs will help.
With that excuse they force the old continent to turn into a cozy haven for anyone who wants to land in search of a future. Without any rules.
Doctors Without Borders, Save the Children, Moas, Sea-Eye and so claim the creation of “legal channels” for migration and that is why we engage in so busily ferrying to Italy. As long as the EU does not open its doors to immigrants through “institutional channels” they will continue to fare a few miles from the Libyan coast and to intercept the boats. It’s written on their websites: “Given the lack of dedicated search and rescue operations in large-scale, we decided to take action in the first person,” says MSF. He added: “We are aware of how search and rescue operations do not constitute a solution at all: only by setting up of a legal and safe way to reach Europe can we reduce the number of deaths at sea.” Similar words used by Save The Children: “Among the recommendations to the EU and Member States – we read online – we ask you to enable and ensure safe and legal ways through which migrants, and especially children, can arrive ‘ Life Boat, with his ship Minden, is not far behind and accuses the EU of having policies of “foreclosure” of the Mediterranean. Same refrain for all other charities.
In summary, the NGOs would like the EU to legally accept all foreigners, thus eliminating the smuggling routes, but producing mass immigration. It seems willing to replace the Member, forcing Italy and Europe alike to accommodate those who ask them for citizenship.
In fact there is an obligation to reception. There is a moral, political and legal assistance and to give asylum to those fleeing war and persecution. But this does not include economic migrants, foreigners who flow in each state to rule the world according to their financial capacity and policies. Nevertheless, NGOs are de facto supporting an uncontrolled influx of men without the right reception. You want proof? In 2016 the 91 thousand asylum applications examined in Italy, just 17 thousand (19%) were successful. The others were not, therefore, refugees to reach Italy and then get a right denial has only exposed them to unnecessary risks at sea. Humanitarian organizations say it is not so, they are patrolling the Libyan coast for the sole purpose of saving lives. Well, something is not working then. Ever since they started their operations SAR (search and rescue) the dead in the sea have not diminished but increased.
In fact, according to official government figures, of the immigrants landed in 2016, only 2.65 percent were a real refugee, with the vast majority staying in the country as illegal.
According to the refugee agency of the United Nations (UNHCR), a total of 181,436 immigrants has been ferried to Italy from Libya during 2016, a record. This figure does not include those who were able to enter clandestinely, as often happens in Sardinia, but only those who were officially registered.
Of these, only 4,808 have been recognized as refugees and have received asylum in Italy: just 2.65 percent of the total number of those who have landed.
A frightening statistic recently came to light revealing that half of landed immigrants (90,334) has never applied for asylum, but have disappeared, going to inflate the illegal files. Many will be Islamic terrorists, almost all drug dealers or criminals.
For the remaining 91.902 migrants who had applied for asylum in 60 percent of these (54,252) were denied. Another 21 percent (18,979) were assigned permissions of “humanitarian protection”, an annual permit data not refugees but who do not know where to send, and 14 per cent (12,873) the “subsidiary protection”, a kind of permission for temporary asylum.
Despite the fact that the vast majority of lessthan 5,000 immigrants in Italy has been denied asylum, they were expelled in 2016, which means that more than 175,000 were left, and they live in hotels no right to. Many have resorted to because our expenses with lawyers of Coop PD and the Vatican.
Returning to the motivations that move the NGOs, the business side is not negligible: Humanitarian smugglers NGOs receive hundreds of millions of euro by taxpayers. The official income – those hidden, of course, we do not know – NGO ferrying illegal immigrants from Libya to Italy, they speak of a 70 per cent derived from public funding and the remaining 30 from private donations.
Save the Children was active in humanitarian rescues in September 2015. The business was too lucrative to be left to others. The well-known international association has in its fleet ships Vos Hestia, a 62 metri boat for 300 fancazzisti, which flies the Italian flag and has two life rafts. Nothing to do with Aquarius ships and Prudence MSF, which can pick up almost 2 thousand ‘passengers’ at a time.
Among these organizations, as well as the struggle for visibility, which brings money and contributions – mainly public – is also running a competition to see who picks up more illegal immigrants: