Why rescue people who seek our demise?

 Italian coastguard pick up 1000 Libyan illegals invaders

Just a few days before, reported by the BBC:

Italians rescue 1,500 migrants in Mediterranean
Migrants arrive on Lampedusa, 5 April
The migrants were transferred to Lampedusa island, seen here, and to ports in Sicily

Some 1,500 migrants have been rescued from boats trying to cross to Italy in the space of 24 hours, the Italian coastguard has said.

The navy and coastguard despatched vessels to rescue the migrants from five different boats.

The UNHCR says almost 3,500 people died and more than 200,000 were rescued trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea to reach Europe last year.

The chaotic political situation in Libya has added to the crisis.

The coastguard despatched four vessels and the navy another after receiving satellite telephone distress calls from three migrant boats.

Two more boats were found to be in trouble when the rescuers arrived.

Media captionAfter more migrant deaths, BBC News examines why the Mediterranean crossing is so deadly

The migrants were transferred to Lampedusa island and the ports of Augusta and Porto Empedocle in Sicily.

Last year, Italy dealt with 170,000 migrants who entered the EU by sea.

Officials say the numbers for the first two months of this year are up 43% on January and February in 2014.

Update:

Saudi Arabia has not accepted one refugee from Syria, according to Amnesty International.  Have you ever wondered why that is? The answer: the large refugee flows are to be routed as migration flows to Europe.

The underlying plan published on page 64 of the renowned Muslim social scientists Professor Bassam Tibi years ago in his book The true Imam (published in 1996). It states:

The Islamic League has at their conference in July 1993 adopted a working paper that the migration to Europe and the establishment of Islamic centers should be seen as a means to Islamise Europe. (Published in: Asharq al-Awsat on 28 July 1993.)

And what happened two decades after the adoption of this plan for the Islamisation of Europe with  Islamic migration flows?

According to data released in 2013,  the German Federal Office for Migration,  64.9 per cent of all refugees who arrived in  Germany were Muslims (Source: “The Federal Office figures in 2013”).

It says on page 24 above:
The consideration of asylum applications for 2013 from the point of religion shows that 64.9 per cent of members of Islam comprise the majority of  first applicants.

This is one side. The other: In Saudi Arabia, the homeland of Islam, has  just  thrown 50 000. migrants in the prisons, they also come mostly from Islamic countries. Have you heard about an outcry in the German media?

If more than 50 000 people are locked up in prison cells and subsequently deported, then one would think that our mainstream media would report it, at least in a neutral way.

Saudi Arabia  arrested in recent weeks alone in Medina County 52,347 migrants. They were detained and an announcement was made that they would be  deported.

The Islamic Kingdom indicated several months ago that they wanted to send back more than a million foreigners living in the country to their home countries. In Saudi Arabia there are now weekly press releases on raids and searches for migrants, which are then  forced out of the country.

And every day, hundreds new arrests added – really every day. Not a single word about it in the media.

Not only the Saudis, even the rich Arab Gulf states now are hunting mainly Syrian refugees who seek refuge with them. The United Nations asked the Gulf States to accommodate Syrian refugees in vain.

According to the plan published in 1993  by the Islamic League for the Islamization of Europe  we get an idea why the rich Arab Gulf states behave the same way.

And how responsive  is our media? They say Islamisation is not happening.

Islamization of Germany is denied. And when we discover it we find it only in the novel by Houellebecq.

2 thoughts on “Why rescue people who seek our demise?”

  1. There is always going to be an assumption that if the Italians or whoever is going to save us ( and not return us to where we came from) it is worth the risk.

    Why can’t the navy and coastguard say we do not guarantee and cannot be everywhere at all times and really get the message across that there IS a risk.

  2. Only 3500 people died, out of 200,000 is a pretty low number considering they were waiting to be picked up by the Italians.

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