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PostPosted: Sun Jul 26, 2015 12:06 pm    Post subject: NWO 'Migrants' herded by FRONTEX to EU, set up for Gladio II Reply with quote

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Dover Calais migrant mayhem mirrors Mexico/California
And
What Is the NWO agenda on Mass Immigration\Emigration?
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Syrian refugees we made, herded to EU, set up for Gladio II

NWO 'Migrants' herded by FRONTEX to EU, set up for Gladio II

In that it's condoned at the highest levels because it provides cheap labour and undermines workers pay and conditions - and 'dealt with' by usually incompetent middle managers

France makes job-saving offer to end Calais port stand-off
in Port News 24/07/2015
http://www.hellenicshippingnews.com/france-makes-job-saving-offer-to-e nd-calais-port-stand-off/
The French government unveiled proposals to save hundreds of local ferry jobs and end a dispute at the northern port of Calais that has disrupted traffic through the Channel Tunnel for weeks.
Some 500 workers at ferry service MyFerryLink have blocked the port and sometimes the tunnel itself in a protest at job cuts after their company, previously owned by Eurotunnel, was sold to Denmark’s DFDS.
The dispute has added to public order concerns in Calais, where thousands of migrants from Africa and the Middle East have gathered in the hope of jumping trucks to get to Britain.
The Transport Ministry proposals include a commitment by Eurotunnel to establish a ferry charter contract that will save 150 jobs. DFDS will also hire 230 MyferryLink workers and the ministry said it would seek local employment options for remaining workers within three months.
It added that the proposals were on the table until a July 27 meeting at which the parties involved would be asked to accept them in full or reject the deal. However, trade union reaction was guarded.
“The proposals are a starting base, our legal experts are going to work on them,” union official Eric Vercoutre told Reuters by telephone. He said MyFerryLink workers would wait until Monday to give a formal reply to the government.
Eurotunnel had no immediate comment on the government plan. A spokesman for Copenhagen-based DFDS confirmed it had been invited to discussions and said it would participate “with a constructive attitude”.
The protests and disruptions to Channel Tunnel traffic have created major jams on both sides of the English Channel in recent weeks, often giving an opportunity to migrants fleeing war, political turmoil and poverty to board lorries and trains heading to Britain where they hope to find work or claim asylum.
At least four people have also died in and around the tunnel since the end of June.
Local charities told Reuters that around 3,000 migrants were currently living in makeshift camps in and around Calais. Other sources say the figure could be closer to 5,000.
Eurotunnel said on Wednesday it wanted the French and British governments to reimburse it for close to 10 million euros (£7 million) it has had to spend to beef up security.
Currently DFDS operates two ferries between Dover and Calais and three ferries between Dover and Dunkirk.

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What's really behind July 2015 #OperationStack M20 chaos in Kent? http://youtu.be/C88nVn8Xnsw Getting Bristol Home show Wed29Jul05

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Published on 30 Jul 2015
July 2015 Operation Stack chaos caused by DFDS MyFerryLink dispute

Operation Stack chaos caused by DFDS MyFerryLink dispute
not by migrants

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Calais DFDS ferries to restart Tuesday; talks to reconvene
POSTED: 28 Jul 2015 00:05
http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/world/calais-dfds-ferries-to-re/20 11460.html
PARIS: DFDS Seaways Calais-Dover ferry service, suspended by a workers' blockade of Calais port during the weekend, will resume on Tuesday morning, Transport Minister Alain Vidalies said after talks with the parties involved.
Ferry workers, industry executives, the Channel Tunnel operator Eurotunnel and the French government are due to reconvene later this week for further talks to settle the labour dispute after breaking up without agreement on Monday, Vidalies said in a statement.
"Discussions took place in a constructive atmosphere and have been suspended so that all the parties can consider the new proposals that came up," the statement said.
Eurotunnel's undersea rail-link services have also been disrupted by the dispute involving about 500 workers at ferry service MyferryLink
The workers have blocked the port and sometimes the Channel Tunnel too in a protest over potential job cuts after Eurotunnel agreed to sell MyferryLink to Danish-owned DFDS.
The French government made proposals last week to end diffuse the dispute, including a call for Eurotunnel to establish a ferry charter contract that will save 150 jobs. DFDS will also hire 230 MyferryLink workers and the ministry said it would seek local employment options for remaining workers within three months.

France makes job-saving offer to end Calais port stand-off
in Port News 24/07/2015
http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/world/calais-dfds-ferries-to-re/20 11460.html
The French government unveiled proposals to save hundreds of local ferry jobs and end a dispute at the northern port of Calais that has disrupted traffic through the Channel Tunnel for weeks.
Some 500 workers at ferry service MyFerryLink have blocked the port and sometimes the tunnel itself in a protest at job cuts after their company, previously owned by Eurotunnel, was sold to Denmark’s DFDS.
The dispute has added to public order concerns in Calais, where thousands of migrants from Africa and the Middle East have gathered in the hope of jumping trucks to get to Britain.
The Transport Ministry proposals include a commitment by Eurotunnel to establish a ferry charter contract that will save 150 jobs. DFDS will also hire 230 MyferryLink workers and the ministry said it would seek local employment options for remaining workers within three months.
It added that the proposals were on the table until a July 27 meeting at which the parties involved would be asked to accept them in full or reject the deal. However, trade union reaction was guarded.
“The proposals are a starting base, our legal experts are going to work on them,” union official Eric Vercoutre told Reuters by telephone. He said MyFerryLink workers would wait until Monday to give a formal reply to the government.
Eurotunnel had no immediate comment on the government plan. A spokesman for Copenhagen-based DFDS confirmed it had been invited to discussions and said it would participate “with a constructive attitude”.
The protests and disruptions to Channel Tunnel traffic have created major jams on both sides of the English Channel in recent weeks, often giving an opportunity to migrants fleeing war, political turmoil and poverty to board lorries and trains heading to Britain where they hope to find work or claim asylum.
At least four people have also died in and around the tunnel since the end of June.
Local charities told Reuters that around 3,000 migrants were currently living in makeshift camps in and around Calais. Other sources say the figure could be closer to 5,000.
Eurotunnel said on Wednesday it wanted the French and British governments to reimburse it for close to 10 million euros (£7 million) it has had to spend to beef up security.
Currently DFDS operates two ferries between Dover and Calais and three ferries between Dover and Dunkirk.

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A French mayor says ‘English mafia’ is involved in trafficking people into the UK from migrant camps in northern France.
http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2015/08/14/424694/British-mafiamigrants-n exus-revealed

Franck Dhersin, the mayor of Téteghem, claims UK-registered cars were often spotted near a camp on the outskirt of Dunkirk, a commune in the Nord department. He said that those who complain about migrants do not realize “the cars are English and the owners are English”.


Franck Dhersin, Téteghem Mayor (left), with UKIP MEP Mike Hookem (Photo Telegraph)
British media has also recently reported cars with UK number plates roaming in areas currently struggling with migrants crises. BBC quoted a Syrian migrant as saying that he spent £15,000 so far on trying to reach the UK. The man revealed that he paid £12,000 on getting from Syria to France and a further £3,000 on trying to cross the Channel.

According to the French Mayor, Teteghem camp which is a few miles away from Dunkirk is facing a similar situation with traffickers often turning violent. He narrated an incident when a suspected trafficker showed him a gun and threatened to rape a reporter he had accompanied.


Cars said to be used by traffickers to carry migrants across the border (Photo Telegraph)
Earlier this week, Mike Hookem, a member of European parliament from the UK Independence Party said he was threatened with a handgun while he was on a visit to Calais area to assess the risks faced by lorry drivers.

The Calais area is at the center of an ongoing migrant crisis where more than 1,000 attempted to enter the Channel Tunnel entrance earlier this month. Many of the Calais migrants try to board lorries and scale fences every night to gain entry to the Channel Tunnel. At least nine people have died since the crisis began.

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LAW & ORDER
Mastermind: Ermias Ghermay The evil genius behind the migrant crisis
By Alex Perry , Connie Agius 6/10/15 at 11:50 AM
http://europe.newsweek.com/mastermind-evil-genius-behind-migrant-crisi s-328471
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Migrant mastermind
Giuseppe Giglia
It is a sunny morning in April 2015 on Sicily's east coast and Mount Etna is a postcard, rising from a green-blue sea up through olive groves, orange orchards and steep hill towns to ascend a towering snowy cone ringed by cotton-wool clouds. But in the centre of this Mediterranean tableau, at the end of a long quay in the port of Augusta, is an anomaly: a monstrous dull, grey Italian gunboat, on whose rear-deck 447 people are huddling under heavy brown blankets.

At the guardrail is a man, in his mid-thirties, with a wild beard and a baby on his hip. Beside him is a woman in an abaya, who is holding the hand of a small girl in pigtails with a grubby pink rucksack on her back.

The family's faces are smeared with dirt, grime has turned their hair to wispy fur and their clothes, once different colours, are merging under layers of white dust and brown filth. In these bright and sunny surroundings, the refugees seem so out of place that, at first, the mind tries to consign them to another place or time: a newspaper photograph, or an aid poster, or a picture of the Holocaust. But then a sea breeze carries ashore their sour-milk-and-manure stink, making the Red Cross workers standing on the quay recoil under their facemasks and hooded suits, and any illusion of distance evaporates. How is it possible to be still alive and yet smell so much of death?

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The Italian navy rescued these men, women and children over the last week as they tried to cross the Mediterranean from Africa to Europe. Four days earlier, 800 other migrants drowned when their boat sank off Libya. These, then, are the lucky ones. The Red Cross seems unsure how to treat its new charges, handling them at arm's length and using rubber gloves, but keeping the refugees to itself, shooing away cameramen and photographers. The group is, however, allowing a British publicist from the UK NGO Save the Children, Gemma Parkin, to talk to the refugees, and Parkin is passing on what she hears to reporters.

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Ermias Ghermay is considered as the organiser of the 2013 boat wreck in the surroundings of Lampedusa, Italy, where 366 migrants were killedMarcello Paternostro/Getty
Parkin is doing this because she wants European leaders debating how to stop the migrants to hear about the months and years they spent getting to Europe, and what it cost them: almost always a lifetime of savings; and, in 1,776 instances in the past four months, their lives as well.

"Thousands are dying," says Parkin. "Whatever you think of immigration, you must at least agree that children should not be allowed to drown." Parkin reads from her notes. "Some of them are Syrian refugees who have spent years in refugee camps and lost faith in the resettlement programmes," she says. "A lot of Eritreans. A lot of Somalis."

She flicks over a page. Many of the children, especially the Africans, are on their own. Often, their families have been able to afford only one transit from Africa to Europe and have duly picked their eldest son "and kind of put all their eggs on that one basket", Parkin says. "That kid will typically be exploited along the way. The children also tell us about how many children died of dehydration in the Sahara just getting to the Mediterranean. There are other kids who fall off the back of the truck and are left there to die in the desert.

"Once they get to the coast, there's massive racism among the people smugglers," Parkin continues. Syrians pay more and ride on the upper deck. Africans, who typically have less money, are locked down below without food or water. Those who cannot pay are kept under armed guard in camps on the Libyan coast until they can. "Like these four children I met," says Parkin. "They were kept for nine months. They drank their own urine and ate their own faeces. One boy couldn't even count how many friends of his had died." Parkin flicks to a final page. "Almost all the women have been raped," she says. The rapists include the smugglers and their paying customers. "This one woman was seven months pregnant," Parkin says. "She tried to kill herself."

The refugees start to disembark. The Red Cross arranges them in single file, leads them one-by-one into a small open-sided tent, notes their names and ages and conducts a brief medical examination. After that, the new arrivals are led out into the sun and given a moment to take in this new land. They are strangely uncurious, sitting in small, turned-in groups on the potholed concrete: an old woman with shaking arms helped by a young girl who might be her granddaughter; a man and his young son; two student couples with a tiny baby; a toddler in a grey Puffa jacket who seems to belong to no one.

A man in a scarlet coat, which indicates that he is from the International Organisation for Migration, addresses the crowd, trying to explain their rights and choices: they can go to a state migrant centre or find their own accommodation if they can afford it. Until they have either a visa or are granted asylum, however, they have no legal status and cannot work. They should hear if their applications are successful within 35 days.

This seems important information. But few are listening. Instead, almost as though it's an agreed plan, inside almost every group someone reaches deep inside a bag, extracts a mobile phone, switches it on and begins hurriedly texting. After a while, observing this, you think: texting who?

Map of refugees travelling to Europe
'Moronic and delusional'

In his second-floor office in the Palace of Justice in Palermo, anti-Mafia prosecutor Calogero Ferrara lights a cigarillo and hands over a 526-page indictment against 24 African human traffickers. It is a day after the 800 migrants drowned in waters 500km to the south and a day, too, since an Isis video surfaced showing what many, presumably, were fleeing: the execution of 30 Christian Ethiopians in Libya.

Gregarious, fashionably suited and wearing the kind of light blue spectacles more usually found in the advertising world, Ferrara has just held a press conference to announce a rare triumph in Italy's fight against illegal migration. Overnight, his men have dismantled a people-smuggling network and arrested 14 men – mostly Eritreans – in Sicily, Milan and Rome. Ferrara says he expects another eight to be detained in the next few days.

Still, Ferrara has no illusions about the bust's likely impact. "Two years ago, when I got the anti-Mafia unit, I was so happy," he says. "Normally you'd take years to investigate a case. Like this murder I got last week. Some guy shot nine times in the face here in the city. The usual, you know?" Every day as he arrives for work, Ferrara passes a limestone wall inscribed with the names of 11 Palermo prosecutors assassinated by Mafiosi. The Mafia's enduring threat forces Ferrara and his family to live behind a wall of armed security. This reality – seeing fellow prosecutors killed, a life cut off from the world by bodyguards and bulletproof windows, examining bullets dug out of gangsters' faces – is what, for Ferrara, passes for "usual". "But this?" asks Ferrara, indicating the indictment and blowing smoke towards an FBI cap sitting on his shelf. "This is a f***ing nightmare."

Massimo Carminati of 'Mafia Capitale'
Massimo Carminati of 'Mafia Capitale' was arrested in 2014Corbis
Ferrara's troubles have their origin in Sicily's location: in the centre of the Mediterranean, midway between Europe, Africa and the Middle East, Sicily has been one of humanity's great crossroads for thousands of years. Palermo was founded by the Phoenicians in the 8th century BC, then conquered by Greeks, Romans, Vandals and Byzantines; then Arabs (for whom it was a pivotal Islamic city for 200 years) and Normans (who remade it as the capital of the Holy Roman Empire); then the Spanish, the French, the Italians and, finally, in an invasion assisted by the Mafia, the Allied forces of the Second World War.

Sicily's ancient cosmopolitanism, recorded in churches incorporating Arab domes and street signs in Italian and Arabic, seems to have saved it from the political and racial heat that greets migrants in less mixed parts of Europe further north. The Sicilian view of migration as unchanging, unstoppable and often positive also goes some way to explaining why, as the number of migrants rocketed, the authorities were slow to intervene.

But it does not account for why that inaction continued after the migrants began dying. Since the year 2000 around 22,000 Middle Easterners, Asians and Africans have drowned in the Mediterranean. Many perished in the seas between Africa and Lampedusa, the small, southern Sicilian island which, at just 300km from Tripoli, is the closest part of Europe to Libya. In the past 18 months, the numbers of those trying to reach Europe – and dying in the attempt – have accelerated sharply. In 2014, more than 250,000 migrants tried to cross the Mediterranean, of whom 3,702 died. In 2015, the European Union predicts crossings could reach 500,000 or even a million – a spike the International Organisation of Migration predicts could mean around 10,000 deaths.

The migrant traffic is rising for various reasons: the disintegration of Libya and Yemen; repression in Eritrea; civil war in Sudan and South Sudan; and the apparent conclusion reached by millions of Syrians, spending a fourth year in foreign refugee camps, that they are never going home. Europe is not blameless in these disasters. Nato assisted in Libya's collapse in 2011; the EU supported a corrupt and ethnically-divisive government in South Sudan; and both Nato and the EU have done little to arrest Syria's destruction. Further back in history, as Africans arriving in Europe are wont to remind those who object to "economic" migrants, the wealth that now attracts them was built, in large part, by the Europeans who migrated to Africa in pursuit of its riches in the 19th century.

For all that, the news that the Mediterranean is becoming a watery mass grave has met a confused reaction from Europe. Italy, its finances still in tatters after the 2008 financial crisis, claims it can afford almost no intervention without European funding. And, while Pope Francis and various southern European political leaders have made appeals to a shared commitment to humanitarianism, further north the migrant flood has stoked a surge of anti-immigrant anger that, at its most extreme, persuaded one columnist for the British newspaper, The Sun, to call for gunboats to blow the migrants back to Africa.

Migrants rest after disembarking in Catania
Migrants rest after disembarking at the Sicilian port of Catania after being rescued at sea on 8 JuneAntonio Parrinello/Reuters
Such mixed reaction is reflected in muddled action on the ground. After 366 migrants drowned when a boat sank yards off Lampedusa in October 2013, the EU paid Italy to step up its rescue patrols, in an effort called Operation Mare Nostrum (after the Roman name for the Mediterranean sea). For a while, these prevented thousands of deaths, until the EU decided that the patrols, with their promise of rescue, were encouraging more migrants to set out, and withdrew the money.

But after the death of the 800 refugees in April 2015, the EU reversed its decision again, promising to restore funds to their previous level. Simultaneously, however – and even as it criticised The Sun's language – it proposed military action to destroy traffickers' boats and kill or capture the people smugglers themselves. That plan was then quickly denounced by the EU's own internal evaluation. Jason Pack, an adviser on Libya to the British government, called it "moronic and delusional ... the equivalent of bombing pick-up trucks in Mexico to stop Mexicans from coming to California".

Such a slow and uncertain response, following equally dawdling attempts to address the 2008 economic slump, has raised questions over the EU's ability to cope with crisis, and even, its critics say, to function at all. If there is hope, much of it seems to lie with Italy's elite anti-Mafia prosecutors, who have begun to argue that, since people smuggling is a form of organised crime, and since it affects Italy, this human disaster comes under their jurisdiction. Fabio Licata, a Palermo judge who works closely with Ferrara, says in this case Italy's long experience of the Mafia works to its advantage: "We have the best organised crime investigators in Europe, even better than the US," he says. "Other countries in Europe deal with people smugglers as a police problem or a problem of public order. But this is about crimes against humanity, smuggling, money laundering, even terrorism. We know these phenomena. We know how to fight it. We achieve results."

'A business based on human goods'

Ferrara began investigating people-smugglers the morning of the Lampedusa sinking in October 2013. He directed his officers to ask the survivors for the phone numbers of the men who sent them. By tapping those lines and tracing calls to other numbers, he built a phone tree of thousands of numbers whose branches stretch from Africa to Europe, the Middle East, Asia and into the US.In 18 months, he and his team recorded more than 30,000 calls. Those transcripts, some of which Ferrara made available to Newsweek, reveal the existence of several wholly new, multinational organised crime syndicates, together worth around $7bn (€6bn) a year. They also identify the Ethiopian man who is among the busiest and most sophisticated of the new people traffickers. "He is a merciless criminal that, for money, has created a business based on 'human goods'," says Ferrara. The Ethiopian's network offers "a complete service to migrants, running from the centre of Africa to Libya to Italy to another country from there. It includes all accommodation, transport and food". It is, says Ferrara, a criminal operation like no other. No name, no fixed base, a fluid membership and, most remarkably, "totally without risk". "With drugs, if you lose the drugs, you lose your money," says Ferrara. "But in this case, you pay in advance. Even if the migrants drown, Ermias has already been paid."

Ermias Ghermay's clients describe him as about 40, short and stocky. In conversation, he seems uneducated but street-smart: dynamic, plausible and fluent in several languages, including Arabic and Tigrinya, the ancient tongue of northern Ethiopia and Eritrea. "Really smart," says one Palermo police officer. "He has the capacity to organise an international criminal enterprise that is very complicated – lots of people, lots of contacts, spread everywhere, and moving money and people between them. He's a professional."

Over the months Ferrara has been tapping Ghermay's calls, the Ethiopian has given glimpses of his operation in asides and casual boasts. Ghermay, it transpires, has been working as a people smuggler for about a decade. Like many others, he bases himself on the Libyan coast, mostly in the capital, Tripoli or, in the port of Zuwarah to the west.

Importantly for EU officials thinking of targeting traffickers' ships, Ghermay regards the wooden fishing boats or inflatable rafts he buys as disposable; they generally either sink or are confiscated on landing in Sicily. That has encouraged him to seek out the cheapest seaworthy vessels he can – inevitably, they barely float at all. To combat the chances of his clients losing their nerve or finding another boat, Ghermay came up with the idea of renting warehouses in Zuwarah in which he locks thousands for months after first removing their mobile phones.

Most people smugglers seem content to be links in a chain. But Ghermay's phone calls reveal bigger ambitions, and a sprawling network of such sophistication and flexibility as to dampen any expectations of a quick fix. To ensure a steady supply of migrants, he works with those in Sudan, Somalia, Nigeria or Eritrea who run trucks across the Sahara. Simultaneously, he continually establishes fresh relationships with people traffickers further down the line: those in Sicily, operating in migrant centres, or in Rome, Milan or even further afield in Berlin, Paris, Stockholm or London.

These contacts – whom Ghermay flatteringly addresses as his "colonels" – perform two main tasks: they send and receive both people and money. The latter Ghermay mostly funnels through international cash transfer agents in Ethiopia, Israel, Switzerland and the US.

As part of their service, the colonels also give the migrants a number for the colonel at the next stage of their journey. Communicating mainly by text, the migrants then call the next colonel for more help. The colonels give their clients the latest information on migration routes: refuse to stay in this migration centre because it's filthy and asylum takes for ever; don't take the train from Milan – it's routinely raided by police; don't try to cross from France to the UK at Calais right now as the border guards are cracking down. Some of Ghermay's colonels exhibit an entrepreneurial spirit themselves, advertising their services on Facebook and other social media.

Lately Ghermay has diversified, too. For those who can pay, he has built relationships with other contacts who can supply fake passports, fake marriage documents and even – using at least one corrupt European official in Addis Ababa, whom the people smugglers refer to as "the ambassador" – real passports and real visas. For such a premium service, Ghermay will arrange for his clients to travel by plane.

In this way, the Ethiopian has built a global people-smuggling network that is a seamless one-stop shop. His representatives around the world offer transfers from anywhere to anywhere, anyhow, for a single, all-inclusive price. This is an empire, based nowhere, run by a constantly changing personnel, tuned to adjust to new opportunity and overcome new adversities. Licata, the judge, calls it "an octopus".


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The corpses of 17 migrants were brought ashore in May when African refugees were rescued in the MediterraneanAntonio Parrinello/Reuters
'Never set out in a storm'

The particular secret of Ghermay's success seems to be his charm. He spends much of his day on the phone to families who are paying for their relatives' migration, offering them reassurances about safety, while gently reminding them of their bill. The question of money is especially delicate. Many of the Eritreans are children, often little more than toddlers, picked up from refugee camps in Ethiopia by people-smugglers, who promise free transport to Europe where, they claim, an unaccompanied child will be given automatic asylum – and so establish a base where their families can join them. This is a gross mischaracterisation of European immigration procedure but, in any case, it's a scam. Once the child is taken, the families discover they will, after all, have to pay for transport: around 1,600 for the journey to the Mediterranean and another 1,600 for the crossing. Until then, the child is held in one of Ghermay's warehouses.

Ghermay's impressive success rate in reaching a deal in such strained circumstances seems to rely largely on his skills as a negotiator. His softly-softly approach, says the police officer, is dictated by the nature of the people smuggling business. "This is not robbery," he says. "It's dealing with people, and dealing with trust. Ermias has to make himself trustworthy. The more trustworthy he is, the more people will go to him."

Ghermay's approach with his colonels is equally amenable. He flatters them by addressing them as if they were equal partners. Ferrara says he found one series of conversations between Ghermay and a colonel in Sudan especially enlightening. The boat that went down off Lampedusa, a 96-metre fishing boat called Giraffe, was one of Ghermay's. In the weeks afterwards, the Ethiopian spoke frequently with an ethnic Eritrean or Ethiopian based in Khartoum called John Mahray. Mahray had sent 68 out of the 366 dead.

The pair agreed that the publicity the sinking attracted was unfair, given the number of other boats that had also sunk. "Lots of people are fish food now," said Ghermay, "but no one ever says anything about that." The pair commiserated with each other over the number of distressing phone calls they were fielding from relatives of the dead.

Then the conversation turned more serious. Mahray said the big problem with a sinking was that it was bad for business. It scared people. They were refusing to travel or, if they did go, they were choosing other operators. Ghermay should take care not to upset any more clients, said Mahray, and offered some simple rules for him to follow – which Ferrara has christened "the 10 Commandments of People Smuggling". "Never set out in a storm," said Mahray. "You don't want to give the clients any reason to complain." He added that, in his opinion, Ghermay should never load more than 250 people into the same inflatable boat. He should never force people to embark against their will. "It's like when you have a group of people sharing the same house and someone leaves the bathroom dirty," said Mahray. "Everyone suffers, not just the one who dirtied the bathroom."

Ghermay was initially submissive. Mahray knew so much more about the business than him, he said. Everything Mahray said made sense. "If there is something I need to fix about my work, please tell me," said Ghermay. But then the Ethiopian said Mahray should understand that it was not him putting pressure on the migrants to leave but, rather, the other way around; the migrants all pushed him to let them travel on the first available boat.

With the Lampedusa crossing, he had wanted to split the people into two boats. But they had screamed at him, saying they wanted to sail together, and he had eventually relented. Even then, he had spent hours instructing the passengers on how not to overbalance the boat. He let them call home on his phone. He even phoned in regularly during the crossing to check that they were safe, right up until they were within sight of land. He couldn't believe it when the next morning he heard that hundreds of them had drowned just a few hundred metres from Europe. "These people are like family to me," Ghermay said.

The display of sentiment seemed to work. Mahray even worried Ghermay was going soft. Don't hesitate to beat people if you think you have to, Mahray replied. "You're doing it for their own good. When I organise trips, I always try to be nice to the clients by giving them good food. But that doesn't mean they're going to make it alive. You have to focus on your business. On a trip, so many things can happen. This has happened. It was destiny. You can't cry over spilt milk. You can't do anything. You did what you had to do."

Ferrara says he's sure that, in reality, Ghermay shared Mahray's view. This was a man whose business resulted in sending hundreds of people to their deaths. A few months later, Ferrara tapped a call from another of the colonels. The man revealed that Ghermay was thinking of retiring. Not because so many were dying, said the colonel. Rather, Ghermay had already made more than enough money and complaints about the number of his clients drowning were getting on his nerves. Ghermay was running 20 or 30 boats a year and making at least 70,000 a boat, said the colonel. "But the deaths mean he's getting too much attention."

'Even drugs aren't as profitable'

The hills and valleys around the village of Mineo are filled with lemon trees and grapes – and monuments to Italian corruption. Fields are filled with solar panels. Ridges and rocky spurs are stuck with giant wind turbines. In a wholesale bust of Italy's renewable energy industry in late 2012, Italian anti-Mafia prosecutors arrested a dozen Mafia bosses, Sicilian officials and businessmen and seized 1.8bn in assets, including 10 green power plants. Many of the seizures related to 46 businesses owned by Vito Nicastri, a former plumber and electrician who built the wind turbines at Mineo and hundreds of others across Sicily.

The authorities accused Nicastri of working for Sicilian mafia boss Matteo Messina Denaro, Italy's most wanted man. The indictments against him and others alleged Nicastri and others rigged state tenders to build wind and solar farms; charged hefty fees to facilitate contracts awarded to non-Mafia companies, then insisted those companies use Mafia contractors to build their installations; burned down wind farms owned by rivals who refused the Mafia's demands; and took a giant slice of the €12bn a year the state was handing out in subsidies to green power generators.

The hijacking of one of Europe's rare areas of growth and job generation – and a signature European clean energy policy – underlines how modern Italian Mafiosi are distancing themselves from violent crime and focusing instead on more mundane, legitimate-sounding business. There is, for example, a deep interest in state construction, of which the small, hillside town of Nicotera, across the Straits of Messina, is a spectacular example. Despite being half-deserted, the town boasts two new hospitals, two new train stations and two new markets, none of which have ever opened.

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A group of 300 sub-Saharan Africans (bottom) sit on board the Italian Finance Police vessel Di Bartolo as their boat (Top) is left to adrift off the coast of Sicily, May 14, 2015Alessandro Bianchi/REUTERS/
Another growth area for the Mafia is farming. A report in January 2015 by the Italian National Confederation of Farmers and Eurispes, a think-tank, found the Mafia was involved in businesses on a third of Italy's farmland, including the production of counterfeit olive oil and mozzarella. Eurispes concluded farming earned the Mafia 15bn a year.

In December 2014, prosecutors in Rome finally offered one answer as to why so many migrants might be heading to Italy, and why the Mafia might be so accepting of African people traffickers operating on their turf: because the Mafia was also making hundreds of millions of dollars from migrants. After arresting alleged mobster Massimo Carminati and 36 others in and around Rome, prosecutors issued a 1,200-page indictment that revealed deep penetration of the city government, from contracts for garbage collection and park maintenance to vote rigging, extortion and embezzlement. On 4 June, prosecutors arrested another 44 people, including Luca Gramazio, Lazio regional leader of Silvio Berlusconi's Forza Italia party.

Most striking were allegations that Carminati's gang – which the prosecutors called Mafia Capitale, after its Rome base – were profiting from Europe's migrant catastrophe. Mafia Capitale was not smuggling people. But once refugees arrived, it muscled in on the construction and management of reception centres. Carminati's right-hand man, a convicted murderer called Salvatore Buzzi, ran a social co-operative that provided services such as food and language classes for migrants, a business he claimed was worth €40m. The indictment even accused Buzzi of fomenting anti-immigrant riots in Rome to encourage the state to build more migrant centres, where the foreigners would be safe. The prosecutors recorded Buzzi saying to an associate, "Do you have any idea how much I make from the immigrants? Even drugs aren't as profitable!"

An even bigger earner than Buzzi's co-operative was said to be a €97m three-year contract to manage Europe's largest migrant reception centre at Mineo. There the centre managers were paid €28 per migrant per day to house and feed up to 4,000 resident migrants. According to the indictment, and a separate investigation by prosecutors in the eastern Sicilian city of Catania, an official named Luca Odevaine co-ordinated the scam.

Odevaine's various positions – deputy cabinet secretary in Rome, the designated immigration adviser at Mineo and a member of Italy's national co-ordination board on immigration – allowed him to skew Italy's entire national immigration structure to serve Mafia Capitale's business interests. Phone taps showed how Odevaine would steer contracts for building and maintaining refugee centres to his associates, and then order that refugees to be sent to those centres, especially Mineo, filling it far beyond capacity. It was, said the prosecutors, not a system for receiving migrants but "a system of corruption".

The scale and reach of the scam, and the manner in which its participants were exploiting one of Europe's gravest crises, shocked even those resigned to pervasive Italian corruption. Politicians from various parties resigned, including a former mayor of Rome. Prime Minister Matteo Renzi suspended the Rome leadership of his Democratic Party after several members were arrested. But no amount of arrests, convictions or suspensions can resolve the daunting question: if Europe's migration handlers are making money from the newcomers, and more money the more migrants there are, is Europe not just failing to tackle the crisis but actually fuelling it?

'A humanitarian time bomb'

Mineo migrant centre is a collection of 403 redbrick houses that stand in an isolated cluster in the middle of a broad valley. In a previous life, the camp was a US military base and the place retains a restrictive feel: checkpoints, 10ft razor wire fences and perimeter patrols.

There's no public transport here, and most of the migrants have no money. But during the day they are allowed out of the gates and many choose to walk the country lanes that, after their thousand-mile journeys, are now the outer limits of their world. Bernie, Bright and John are all from Nigeria and Kadir is from Ethiopia. Bernie and Bright arrived nine months ago after a crossing on which two friends drowned. John arrived 11 months ago after deciding Libya, where he had worked for three years, had become too dangerous. Three fellow passengers died on his boat. At least initially, all Kadir will say is that he arrived two years ago.

All four men were told on arrival that they would have papers identifying them as refugees and asylum seekers in 35 days. All four had plans to move on to Germany. But when weeks turned to months and months started to become years, they came to a slow realisation. "This place is a business," says John, 27. "We are the business. The commodity. They keep us here and make money from us."

John says he recognises the pattern from Nigeria. In his hometown, Benin City, crime bosses made money from rigging government contracts, overcharging and smuggling people. It was precisely the kind of state-criminal link that he travelled to Europe to escape. "We have laws for this in Nigeria," says John. "We call it human trafficking." Even the €2-a-day pocket money the migrants receive turns out to be another opportunity for migrant managers to earn money. Rather than cash, the migrants are issued credit on an electronic card that can only be used in the shop inside the centre or select markets outside. It sounds trivial. But in the hands of so many refugees, it is captive market worth close to €3m a year.

In Catania, Riccardo Campochiaro, a lawyer who works with migrant rights' group Center Astalli, agrees that the migrants' extended detention at Mineo is a kind of stationary trafficking. "It's true," he says. "There is a big economic interest for them to remain in Mineo. The money is always kept inside Mineo." Campochiaro's colleague, Elvira Iovino, adds that despite all the money the centre managers earn, conditions inside are poor. "There are too many people at Mineo to be properly cared for," she says. "They don't have any assistance. They don't have adequate access to lawyers. They're not registered for health insurance. They don't even learn Italian. They've got nothing."

Italy's parliament seems to agree. After an inspection this May, deputy Erasmo Palazzotto called Mineo "a scary sort of limbo", "a symbol of opacity", "a black hole" and "a humanitarian time bomb" and demanded it be closed. Inevitably, says Iovino, with no legal way to earn money, Mineo has spawned its own illegal businesses. There is prostitution at the centre gates and drugs for sale inside. Some migrants are driven by local gangs in the nearest town to sell marijuana on the streets. Others are persuaded to work in the fields picking oranges and tomatoes for as little as €10 a day. Also doing good business are African traffickers selling passage from Mineo further into Europe. (Six of the colonels arrested in Ferrara's bust were based inside Mineo.)

"This is a system which facilitates crime," says Iovino. "The black economy is growing. The town is making money. There are girls available for prostitution. Politicians who before said not to open the centre and allow immigrants in now say don't close it, because they're making money. The system is comfortable for everybody." Asked about Mafia involvement, Iovino replies: "Nothing – nothing – happens here without Cosa Nostra knowing about it."

Everyone benefits, it seems, except the migrants. John says the heavy irony of risking death and using every last cent to travel thousands of miles to seek a better life, only to end up in a corrupt limbo, has broken minds in Mineo. You find them walking naked around the camp, he says. At least one has committed suicide. There have been riots and mass breakouts. John nods meaningfully at Kadir, who has begun a solitary monologue, squinting at the horizon and repeating: "I go now. I do not care. I go now. I do not care."

Kadir slumps up against a car. He says he spent two years in jail in Ethiopia, accused of a petty theft he says he was forced to commit. When he got out, he crossed deserts and oceans "to find some freedom". The great trek north took over a year. He did it in rags and flip-flops, doing whatever he needed to survive and pay the next part of his passage. Along the way he watched people die in the desert, in the war in Libya and on the boat across the Mediterranean. But after he arrived, he discovered it was all just the same thing. Big men and little people. Rich and poor. The corrupt and criminal and inhuman getting fat off the honest and meek and powerless. To make matters worse, Kadir had no more places to run to. The path to a bright future had turned out to be a dead end.

"There is no home here," he says. It makes him wonder what he was thinking, and why, even, he was so determined to survive. There is "no future", he concludes, no improving his life. However hard he tries, "my life is still nothing". So why prolong it? "Some people died in the Sahara, some people died in Libya," says Kadir. "If I die here, I die. No problem."

'A carpet of people in the sea'

If Europe's migrant crisis has one benefit, it is in the way it has exposed how deep organised crime – African and Italian – runs in Europe, and how urgent it is to fight it. What haunts its opponents like Ferrara and Licata is that the battle is, at heart, an introspective one. Ferrara talks about the need for "a new national mind-set" in Italy. Licata describes "a crisis of acceptance" that has bred a "national problem of public morality". In Rome, an anti-Mafia prosecutor involved in Mafia Capitale describes his work is being a "destroyer" of criminal networks but says the lasting solution has to be "reconstruction". "Law enforcement reclaims the land but it does not have the capacity to bring it back to life," he says. "That takes teachers, not policemen."

The migrant crisis seems to have provoked some of the most profound self-examination among those exposed to its frontline. Captain Giuseppe Margiotta has been sailing from Sicily to fish for prawns off Libya for 35 years. Lately he has been dodging Libyan pirates trying to hijack his 30-metre boat. On the night in April that 800 migrants drowned, he received a call from the coastguards asking for assistance. Margiotta had narrowly avoided a pirate boat in the same area the previous night, but he agreed to go nonetheless.

Margiotta and his crew of six arrived on scene at 4am. "It was like a movie, like a war," he says. "Helicopters flying low. The coastguard, the police. They said to search and rescue if you can. We searched for 15 minutes. We spotted one body. He would have been around 15."

Then, as the sun came up, it revealed a catastrophe. "Clothes everywhere," says Margiotta. "Children's clothes, women's clothes, men's clothes, flip flops." Between them were bodies. Pulling the corpses on board, Margiotta couldn't get over their colour. "White people turn yellow when they die. These people looked alive."

Out of 800 passengers, the rescuers found 28 survivors and 24 bodies. Among the living were the migrant boat's captain and his mate. They were later indicted for people trafficking and, after it emerged the captain had locked hundreds of Africans into a lower deck, he was also charged with reckless multiple homicide.

Margiotta says the night the boat sank was a horror beyond all imagination. As he tells his story, he begins to cry. He says he cried that night, too. "My men asked why," he says. "I never cried when I sunk my boat. Or when I had a fire on another boat and my family was on-board. But when I saw this mess, children aged 10 to 15, picking them up like tuna out of the sea..."

Margiotta breaks off and catches his breath. When he resumes, he says he has a message for the leaders of Europe. People smugglers see migrants as a commodity. For politicians, they can be the same: something from which to make money or gain political advantage.

"You [who] sit around the table and make decisions," says Margiotta. "You say you're civilised. But if this happens again, come and see for yourself. Come see what it means to see a carpet of people in the sea." Margiotta wipes his eyes. "I cry," he says. "because I'm raging."

Correction: This article originally stated that John Pack was an adviser on Libya to the British government. The article has now been corrected as his name is Jason Pack.



The Trafficker, an in-depth ebook on people smugglers by Alex Perry is available now from Newsweek Insights.

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 05, 2015 11:57 pm    Post subject: 4th Reich and Mass Immigration What's real Agenda? Reply with quote

According to UN Population Division report Germany requires 150m workers over a 50 year period.
So if Germany has suspended visa arrangements for Syrian refugees why don't they fly there direct? Only costs a few hundred euros from Istanbul direct. If Ryan Air move in on the act can probably do it for €100 all in?
E European states all being told they have to accept thousands.
Greek islands have been overrun.

What is the real agenda?
Political influence in a post Assad Syria?
Cheap EU labour?
Destruction of German workers gains by influx of such large volumes?

Hundreds of kids killed in Gaza, corporate media didn't even blink.

Somewhere in volume of data in report it states why population of EU which is 6% of global population has to become around 14% ie double in size...
http://www.un.org/en/development/desa/population/publications/ageing/r eplacement-migration.shtml
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Ingor Kramer head of German CBI called immigrants a blessing for the German economy...
Cheap labour is Germanys real agenda not humanitarian concerns...
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As one of two so-called training canvassers with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry for Munich and Upper Bavaria, Karmann places refugees and migrants in companies with training programs. Bavarian skilled manual labor enterprises are urgently in need of trainees and workers. This spring, the chamber of trade wrote to 7,000 businesses in Upper Bavaria to ask whether they would hire a refugee. In response, it received offers for 1,200 internship and traineeship positions.

To combat the shortage of skilled personnel, companies and trade associations are urging policymakers to at least better utilize the potential of refugees and migrants living in Germany. Daimler was the first major corporation to appeal to lawmakers to allow refugees to begin working after one month in the country.

"It's a waste of valuable time for asylum-seekers to be condemned to idleness during their asylum proceedings," says Ingo Kramer. The president of the Confederation of German Employers' Associations (BDA) says that rules should be changed so that asylum-seekers and migrants not threatened with immediate deportation are given faster access to the labor market.

http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/refugees-are-an-opportunit y-for-the-german-economy-a-1050102.html

http://uk.businessinsider.com/afp-german-industries-make-economic-case -to-welcome-refugees-2015-9?r=US&IR=T

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The Carefully Calculated Mass Migration Agenda
2015-09-09 19:26
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This mass migration plan has been in the works for a long time, but they’re kicking it up several serious notches now, flooding the US borders while continuing to swarm European countries with any immigrants they can from a variety of cultures.


What and who is behind it?

Clearly staged US/NATO/Israeli sponsored terrorism and genocide are at work in the middle east, driving desperate people to seek asylum elsewhere, as the US mandates inviting in as many as possible over its southern border. And all in concert.

As usual, they give themselves away in their own documents and bloated speeches to their own inner circle. In particular, United Nations globalist fat cat Peter Sutherland, non-executive Chairman of Goldman Sachs and former BP CEO, never mind top Bilderberger and Trilateral Commission honcho, has come right out and stated their plan as plainly and arrogantly as possible.



It’s not clear that the comment made by last week by Peter Sutherland, the UN’s special representative for migration, really counts as a “gaffe,” since Sutherland seems to have no sense that what he said might have been disturbing.

Sutherland was speaking to the British House of Lords, according to a BBC report published last Thursday, and said that the European Union should “do its best to undermine” the “homogeneity” of its member states, because “the future prosperity of many EU states depended on them becoming multicultural.”

He also, according to the Beeb, suggested “the UK government’s immigration policy had no basis in international law.” (Kind of a novel interpretation of the authority of international law over a state’s control of its borders, but that wasn’t the worst of it.)

The report goes on:

Mr Sutherland, who is non-executive chairman of Goldman Sachs International and a former chairman of oil giant BP, heads the Global Forum on Migration and Development, which brings together representatives of 160 nations to share policy ideas.

He told the House of Lords committee migration was a “crucial dynamic for economic growth” in some EU nations “however difficult it may be to explain this to the citizens of those states”.

Yes, I bet it is hard to explain to those citizens, especially when the UN rep looks like he’s in cahoots with the EU to deliberately flood and multi-culturalize Europe via outside populations. Sutherland’s answer, of course, is that this is purely an economic problem (and where have we heard that before?)

An aging or declining native population in countries like Germany or southern EU states was the “key argument and, I hesitate to use the word because people have attacked it, for the development of multicultural states”, he added.

“It’s impossible to consider that the degree of homogeneity which is implied by the other argument can survive because states have to become more open states, in terms of the people who inhabit them. Just as the United Kingdom has demonstrated.”

[Sutherland] told the committee: “The United States, or Australia and New Zealand, are migrant societies and therefore they accommodate more readily those from other backgrounds than we do ourselves, who still nurse a sense of our homogeneity and difference from others.”

“And that’s precisely what the European Union, in my view, should be doing its best to undermine.” [emphasis mine]

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That’s pretty straightforward, to say the least. Where does he get his hubris? They’ve been doing this for a long time whether local officials want it or not.

The implementation of United Nations Agenda 21 and other programs such as Codex Alimentarius have been eroding society’s fabric behind the scenes like termites eating out a building’s infrastructure. All while bankster backed globalists mastermind the various tentacles manipulating humanity via their multinational banking, political and corporate stooges.

It’s important to note that the UN Sustainability 2030 Program is set to be ratified by the UN later this month. A major step up.

Coincidence? Not on your life.

The Planned Immigration Crisis

Again, the plan has been in effect for quite some time, breaking down American borders and homogenizing their weakened populace in a deliberately devastated economy being more militarized by the day in preparation for a societal breakdown, the very one they’ve engineered. Just as in Europe.

In addition, it is bringing massive division in America as they once again employ the age old totalitarian maxim to “divide and conquer.”

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‘US Seek to Control the EU Elites via Refugee Crisis’
By Andrew Korybko
Global Research, September 17, 2015
FARS News and Oriental Review 1 September 2015
Region: Europe, Middle East & North Africa, USA
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interview given by Andrew Korybko to the Iranian FARS News agency on the origins of the Syrian war, refugee crisis in the EU and the US interest in making radicals infiltrate Europe.

What are the reasons for such humanitarian crisis in ME countries including Syria/ Libya? Who / what countries / what reasons or policies are behind reasons for such crisis?

The triggers for this crisis can be clearly traced to the “Arab Spring” theater-wide Color Revolutions and the US’ Wars on Libya and Syria (one overt, the other covert). These offensives have also seen the participation of the UK, France, Turkey, and the Gulf Monarchies, and there are a couple motivations behind why they wanted to initiate their regime change operations.

The US, for its part, envisioned seeing a transnational Muslim Brotherhood elite come to power from Algeria to Syria, functioning as a sort of Arab version of the Cold War international communist party. By this it’s meant that the group would have secret cells all over the region, be dedicated to gaining power, and be financed by a substantial international patron (the US, Qatar, and Turkey in this case) that would use it as a proxy controlling force.

As regards the Gulf Monarchies (including Qatar), they wanted to get rid of President Assad and the Friendship Pipeline he agreed to with Iran and Iraq in order to sell their own gas directly to the EU, while Turkey was expressing its new aggressive ideology of Neo-Ottomanism. France and the UK, for their part, simply wanted to reassert their former colonial spheres of influence. The overall lesson that can be learned is that attempts by external powers to militantly tinker with the inner workings of sovereign states will inevitably lead to a humanitarian disaster, even in places where it was initially least expected (the refugee blowback in Europe, for example).

What are the main reasons that make people off Syria or any other war torn country which suffer the disastrous life to take the risk to Europe?

People leave their country when their homes are being destroyed and they don’t feel safe anymore, but it certainly helps if there is an anchor community and/or family member(s) abroad that can help assist with their lodging when they do eventually flee. However, it must be stressed that the vast majority of Syrian refugees are internal ones, meaning that they left one part of their country for another region but haven’t gone abroad. This is very important because it shows the patriotism of most of the Syrian population, which still want to live in their homeland despite the obvious danger to their lives. For example, Latakia has absorbed many internal refugees, and it’s done a pretty good job at making sure that they live in dignity and with self-respect.

As for why the millions of others have left, it’s hard to generalize, but part of the reason is the material attractiveness abroad (such as the dream of earning Euros), which in some way, is being used to lure Syrians out of their state in order to demographically weaken it. The advance construction of refugee facilities in Turkey prior to the War on Syria is a case in point, and according to Ghassan and Intibah Kadi writing for The Saker, Ankara has finally decided to allow the refugees to leave the encampments that they were forcibly detained in, thus manufacturing the latest migrant wave for reasons that have yet to be fully explained. Perhaps, as they suggest, it’s to increase Turkey’s leverage vis-à-vis the EU when it comes to ascension talks, but whatever it is, it’s clear that the refugees are being politicized, and in some cases, weaponized. Let’s also not forget that these individuals have to pay tremendous amounts of money to human smugglers in order to sail to Greece, so the assumption that they’re the most desperate of the desperate simply isn’t true for the most part. And, considering that they were stuck in Turkey’s ‘refugee camps’ for the past couple of years, it’s questionable how they received the money, or, one is tempted to think, could they have brought so much money with them four and a half years ago that they still had some left for when the time to leave finally arrived?

It’s also curious that many of these individuals are of moderately young age and are well-fit, meaning that, as the Kadis also wrote, they could be defending their homeland had they not fled. Many of those that left were anti-government individuals in the first place, so that may have played a role in why they made their decision to go abroad, perhaps right before the Syrian Arab Army regained control of their neighborhood out of fear that they could get in trouble for their terrorist sympathies. It could also explain where they received the money to make their overseas journey, since it’s common knowledge that anti-Syrian terrorists are active in these Turkish-based camps.

Responding to a question I had in an interview with Macedonian journalist Slobodan Tomic last month, I also observed how odd it was that many of the refugees are men entering Europe without their families, thereby postulating that some of them could obviously have nefarious intentions. That isn’t to say that most of them have these thoughts or are guilty of any wrong, but that it shouldn’t be blindly discounted by general humanitarian rhetoric and good intentions on behalf of the recipient states.

What covert policies has the EU taken that lead to the recent prohibition of accepting refugees? Is the EU now united to accept refuges?

I don’t think the EU is united at all, let alone in accepting refugees. Hungary, for example, is building a border wall on the Serbian border to stop them from entering its territory, while Austria and Germany have the opposite approach and are actively welcoming refugees into their countries. The issue is very divisive no matter which country is being talked about, since you have the various governments’ guilt for creating the crisis, yet you have the innocent citizenry inside the EU states that of course have their own legitimate concerns about this. It’s really hard to rectify these differences, hence why the topic is generating such an uproar and internal political division. People don’t want to see strangers suffering in the streets, but at the same time, they’re hesitant about allowing culturally dissimilar individuals into their communities. There’s no panacea for this problem, and no matter how it’s approached, it’s bound to upset many people who think it’s not going far enough (either in accepting or rejecting the refugees).

In a true sense, it’s turned into a Catch-22 for the EU, one which only plays favorably to the US, which is of course interested in ginning up as much internal division as possible for its political ends. This allows it to retain a close degree of control over EU elites like Merkel, whose power is dependent on the ‘democratic’ whims of an easily manipulated majority. With all that is known about the NSA, it’s quite conceivable to infer that the information gleaned from millions of EU citizens has been fed into the mouth of Big Data programs, from which megatrend analyses are spewed out for the US’ political benefit.

The main advantage here is that the US understands the political undercurrents of the EU masses more than their respective national governments do, which is a strategic vulnerability that has been, is, and will be exploited into the foreseeable future. Its relevance to the refugee crisis is that it gives the US the upper hand in steering ‘people’s movements’ for or against this politically mobilizing topic, all with the end intent of exerting pressure on uncompliant national elites by scaring them with the illusive specter of Color Revolution destabilization (similar in general form, but with lesser intensity and no such regime change ends).

Should the political measures follow humanity or mere national interests?

In order to address this question, one needs to look at the two identities that the EU has – that of a supranational political organization and as a social/humanitarian project. It’s undoubtedly a complex combination of the two, but the importance lies in which of them is predominant at the moment. If the EU identifies itself more as a supranational political organization, then it and its members will let their national interests dictate their response to the refugee crisis; likewise, if it sees itself more as a social/humanitarian project, then it’ll follow the liberal logic of allowing each and every refugee to come into the bloc or their country. Another issue is that there is no consensus within the EU itself over which of the two identities is most en vogue, hence why national interests are obviously guiding Hungary’s border fence-building decision, whereas liberalism (including the economic kind) is behind Austria and Germany’s decision to welcomingly invite refugees into their countries (which also satisfies an eventual cheap labor demand amidst their rapidly greying populations, it must be noted).

Corpses of suffocated refugees found in a container in Austria.

How do you think can EU help refugees?


It’s really hard to say, since the refugees have been transformed by the US into a political hot potato, one which has the potential to be strategically and demographically weaponized for use against the EU’s interests. If they would have just remained a humanitarian concern, perhaps it would be easier to propose measures that the EU could theoretically take, such as allowing some of them to enter into the country and eventually be assimilated. Ever since Turkey ‘opened up the floodgates’, so to speak, and allowed many of the Syrian refugees in its country to leave for Europe, one must keep in mind how much this has overwhelmed the host authorities, and how it obviously has certain consequences on their ability to properly process the incoming masses.

Not only that, but such an unprecedented influx of individuals into some of the smaller European transit states such as Macedonia and Serbia has the potential to stir domestic unrest, and this is also not without concern in the destination states as well, as has been seen by protests in Germany, for example. Under such conditions, it’s not realistic to propose a “come one, come all” type of approach, no matter how morally right that might sound at the moment. If some of the EU members want to take in a certain number of refugees, so be it, that’s their sovereign choice, but given the numbers that are flowing in, it’s impossible to accommodate all of them adequately, but it’s just as equally impossible to send them back to Turkey or Syria. As I mentioned earlier, it’s a real Catch-22 dilemma for the EU.

Will such entering of masses to Europe rise the risk to security levels by fear of entering extremists who covertly blend with the innocent refugees?

Absolutely, there’s not a single doubt about it. As I mentioned in a late-July interview with Marija Kotovska, a Macedonian journalist based in Athens:

Hungary stated that at least 90,000 people have illegally entered the country so far this year, and that they expect a total of 300,000 by year’s end. Most of them likely came from the southern route, meaning that they passed through Macedonia at some time or another. Taking into account an extremely conservative estimate that 1% of them could be terrorists, then that calculates to nearly 1,000 terrorists so far (and up to 3,000 by the end of the year) coming into Macedonia for an unspecified amount of time.

This calculation holds true for any country that the refugees enter into, since even if 1% of them are terrorists like I very conservatively estimated, then the continent is in for a major destabilization in the coming future.

Furthermore, there’s a reverse dynamic that could be taken into play by some of the more NATO-active states such as France. It’s no secret that they and the US want to train as many Syrians as possible for regime change redeployment back into the country, and hundreds of thousands of young, anti-government Syrians marching into Europe makes for an excellent recruiting market from their perspective. Some of these ‘recruits’ might even be promised a future life in Europe (with social benefits included) if they agree to be trained and return back to fight for a certain amount of time. What this in effect does is transform the refugee crisis into a circular problem, whereas it perpetuates the flow of people outside of the state (thereby depriving Syria of much-needed manpower in fighting its anti-terrorist war) and simultaneously gives the West more recruits to indefinitely prolong the crisis and provoke a greater exodus.

Terrorism begets more terrorism, but it’s just that for the West, these are ‘good terrorists’ until the moment they begin operating in Europe, North America, the Arabian Peninsula, or Turkey. At that point, they’re ‘bad terrorists’ and the blame is manipulatively and falsely shifted to President Assad, who these actors ridiculously claim is behind the rise of terrorism in the country. There couldn’t be a more false statement made about Syria than that, since President Assad is the vanguard leader of the world’s anti-terrorist struggle, but nonetheless, it just goes to show how politicized the refugee and terrorist issues have become that the US and its allies are exploiting them for self-interested and geopolitical gains.

When one plays with terrorists, they’re bound to get hurt sooner or later, and that’s exactly what’s going to happen with ISIL, the Fake Syrian Army (FSA), and others using the refugee crisis as a plausible cover to infiltrate into the heart of Europe. As is always the case, any forthcoming explosion of terrorism would only be in the US’ interests as it seeks to divide Europe and concurrently justify its military occupation of the continent.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2015 8:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

EU ‘wiping out’ original population in favor of migrants
Published time: 5 Aug, 2015 12:24
https://www.rt.com/op-edge/311647-migrants-eu-policy-uk/

The EU is deliberately bringing in as much immigration into Europe as possible in an effort to 'divide and conquer' the original inhabitants of Europe, political commentator David Noakes told RT.

Belgium has also joined the ranks of countries plagued by scandals over the EU immigration crisis. The country's junior minister for immigration has been under fire for a controversial comment he made on asylum seekers, saying that if they pay thousands of euros to smugglers to get to the EU they have enough money to pay for hotel rooms. The comment was slammed by human rights activists, and on social media. It was labeled cynical and completely off topic.

RT: How do controversial remarks like this one help solve the immigration problem?

David Noakes: The EU believes in ‘divide and conquer’ so it’s deliberately sucking in as much immigration into Europe as it possibly can with the idea of wiping out, cleansing the nations in Europe so that the number of immigrants exceeds the number of the original population. In England, according to the Office for National Statistics, that will now happen in less than 10 years. The English will be a minority in less than 10 years in their own nation. So it’s a huge success for the EU to be moving aside the nations that used to live in Europe.
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RT: The comment has been slammed, but it is true that many immigrants pay thousands of euros to reach the EU. So doesn't the Belgian official have a point here?

DN: A small percentage do. We are probably looking at 10 percent that have that kind of money. It’s not really a fair comment to make.

RT: Let’s focus on Germany where the army's been deployed to build a camp for asylum seekers. What does this tell us about the scale of the immigration problem?

DN: We have problems in England simply because there are probably 40 million immigrants in England and the government won’t admit that, but there are 22 British towns now including London where the English are a minority. London is only 40 percent English, but there are towns like Bradford, that are only 10 percent English. It’s happening in Germany and France but on much less a scale than in England. So yes, they do need the army to build camps, but it’s European policy that’s causing the problem.

RT: Critics say the move is unconstitutional as the army's only allowed to be deployed in case of an extreme defensive situation. So why did the government have to resort to the help of the military here?

DN: Simply because European policy is to bring millions of immigrants into every country and that is why they had to use the army, because the army is the only organization big enough to build something that quick for that many people.
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Germans burning down migrant reception centres...
http://www.rt.com/news/316024-germany-fire-refugee-center/
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 02, 2015 6:57 pm    Post subject: What Is the NWO agenda on Mass Immigration\Emigration? Reply with quote

Soros on EU expansion, free trade (slave labour) zones and mass immigration...
http://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/rebuilding-refugee-asylum- system-by-george-soros-2015-09
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According to UN Population Division report Germany requires 150m workers over a 50 year period.
So if Germany has suspended visa arrangements for Syrian refugees why don't they fly there direct? Only costs a few hundred euros from Istanbul direct. If Ryan Air move in on the act can probably do it for €100 all in?
E European states all being told they have to accept thousands.
Greek islands have been overrun.

What is the real agenda?
Political influence in a post Assad Syria?
Cheap EU labour?
Destruction of German workers gains by influx of such large volumes?

Hundreds of kids killed in Gaza, corporate media didn't even blink.

Somewhere in volume of data in report it states why population of EU which is 6% of global population has to become around 14% ie double in size...
http://www.un.org/en/development/desa/population/publications/ageing/r eplacement-migration.shtml
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400k arrived in EU by sea so far in 2015

http://data.unhcr.org/mediterranean/country.php?id=83


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US Seeks to control Elites via Refugee Crisis...

http://www.globalresearch.ca/us-seek-to-control-the-eu-elites-via-refu gee-crisis/5476541
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All Hail the Kurdish (now Syrian) refugee...

Then it was the Kurds and no fly zones, now its the ...Syrians

http://www.theguardian.com/uk/2001/jul/26/iraq.archer


25 years later same * different people...

http://kurdistantribune.com/2013/john-major-lord-archer-and-real-story -of-how-british-people-backed-kurds-in-1991/
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Propping up E Europe, austerity and cuts at home

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2017817/Poles-sending-home-3bn -year--pay-4-5m-week-benefits.html
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Globalisation in human talent.
Ukrainians moving to Poland, Polish to Britain, Brits leaving...
A global race to the bottom

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2266888/Two-million-best-brigh test-Britons-left-UK-decade-brain-drain-damaging-UK-MP-warns.html
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Only 1.5m to arrive in 2015 to EU.
Way below 4th Reichs 3.6m annual target.
At this rate will take more than 400 years to double EU population.

https://www.rt.com/news/317633-refugees-migrant-influx-germany/
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A 4 part film by Vice News called EUROPE OR DIE
in part 2 it explicitly mentions commandos attacking migrants off Lesbos

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TonyGosling wrote:
A 4 part film by Vice News called EUROPE OR DIE
in part 2 it explicitly mentions commandos attacking migrants off Lesbos

Link

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VICE News is the Pret a Manger of 'alternative news'
Truly independent with £70m from the archpropagandist God of the corporate media himself, Murdoch.

Greece's open borders are run by Brusells and Frontex.
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Germany France etc close and open their borders at will.
All other EU countries if they did the same would be in breach of EU laws...
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/sep/13/germany-to-close-borders- exit-schengen-emergency-measures
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Propping up E Europe.
Adding it to NATO.
Placing missiles on it faced to Russia.

UK pioneer of new cold war on behalf of USA


Figures showing which EU countries have accepted whom and from where...
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2856046/Britain-home-1-3m-east ern-Europeans-Poles-KRAKOW.html

Must easily be about 2m from E Europe in general...
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Population density of countries.
Britain is roughly like Germany.
France is half both.
But we still have half way to go till we get to Japanese levels of density which by doubling UK population is the NWO target...
http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0934666.html
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Russian politician on EUs alleged refugee crisis...

http://russia-insider.com/en/politics/top-russian-politician-explains- who-behind-europes-refugee-crisis-nikolai-starikov-video
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Will this be the result of Open Doors immigration?

http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index1932.htm
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Immigrants for Sale

https://youtu.be/gF12SgkQKKk
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Hungarian PM blames Soros/NGOs for refugee crisis

https://www.rt.com/news/320192-soros-orban-hungary-usa/
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Bavarian officials threatening to send migrants to the Reichstag...
http://sputniknews.com/europe/20151101/1029435265/migrants-germany-bus -berlin-bavaria.html
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Soros replies to Orban

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2015/11/02/soros-admits-involvement-in -migrant-crisis-national-borders-are-the-obstacle/
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