Germany’s Merkel demands that EU states resume illegal Muslim migrant naval pickup mission

Earlier this year, German Chancellor Angela Merkel backed out of Operation Sophia, which used naval vessels to rescue migrants in the Mediterranean. Her move was in response “to populist Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini’s policy of keeping ports closed to illegal migrants.”

But now Merkel is calling “on members of the European Union (EU) to resume rescuing migrants in the Mediterranean using naval vessels.”

Merkel doesn’t seem to think that her country has suffered enough from jihad attacks, the soaring Islamic antisemitism that even she has admitted exists, sex attacks, prison radicalization and other violence, not to mention the exorbitant costs associated with the excessive influx of Muslim migrants (to top 78 billion by 2022) into Germany, many of whom refuse to integrate. She is willing to invite more of the same into Europe as she demands that other EU leaders follow her suicidal immigration policy, as she demands that EU leaders resume efforts to aid illegal migrants coming to Europe from Libya via the Mediterranean.

A month ago, the upstart Libyan leader Fayez al-Sarraj threatened the EU with 800,000 more migrants, including “criminals and terrorists,” “unless the assault on Tripoli by warlord Khalifa Haftar ends soon. Sarraj issued this warning – which could be taken as a threat to prod Europe into taking action against Haftar.”

Given the weakness and globalist assumptions of leaders such as Merkel, the threat of renewed hijrah could well materialize.

“Merkel Demands EU States Resume Mediterranean Migrant Naval Pickup Mission,” by Chris Tomlinson, :

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called on members of the European Union (EU) to resume rescuing migrants in the Mediterranean using naval vessels.

The German leader commented on the issue stating that it would be good to resume a mission like Operation Sophia, which was largely suspended in March of this year after huge resistance from the populist Italian government, Die Welt reports.

“Surely it would be good if we would again today have a mission Sophia so that government ships would save lives,” Merkel said.

In March, the EU announced the suspension of naval operations in the Mediterranean stating, “Member States have decided to extend the mandate of Operation Sophia for six months with a temporary suspension of its naval assets while member states continue working on a solution related to disembarkation.”

Earlier this year, Chancellor Merkel backed out of Operation Sophia due to populist Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini’s policy of keeping ports closed to illegal migrants.

Operation Sophia, which began in 2015 and saw tens of thousands of migrants rescued and largely transported to Italy, has been criticised by many, including the government of Libya, where many migrants attempt to access Europe from….

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