Thursday, August 2, 2018

Boat migrants in Italy down 80%, up 350% in socialist Spain, BY CHRISTINE DOUGLASS-WILLIAMS

The number of migrant sea arrivals in populist Italy, so far in 2018, is down 80 percent compared to last year, whilst surging by over 350 percent in the same period in socialist Spain.

In Ceuta, this was the scene described in the Daily Mail as migrants stormed in:

They scrambled over ‘all of a sudden, with much violence,’ and some attacked police with quicklime they had in tubes and bottles. As a result, ‘more than a dozen police’ were injured with the substance, four of whom had to go to hospital for burns to their faces and arms. Some of the migrants scaling the fences threw faeces at police officers trying to hold them back

How likely are these migrants likely to “integrate” into Spain?

The Daily Star reported in February that Ceuta is now a slum that “is breeding ground for ISIS terrorists.” Spain’s Foreign Minister, however, has denied that his country is experiencing mass migration. He said: “We need new blood.”

Meanwhile, in nearby Italy, Italian interior minister Matteo Salvini vowed: “I promised to defend the borders and I am doing it with all my energy and all the means at my disposal.”