More than 5,000 sub-Saharan Africans landed in Italy last week, and coast guard monitors are predicting another 10,000 this week—an indication that the cross-Mediterranean route of attack is now once again in full swing.
Intelligence sources quoted by the media in Austria have confirmed that the government is now bracing for a renewed invasion over the “Alpine route.”
According to a report in Austria’s Kronen Zeitung newspaper, the threat of over 10,000 Africans invading Italy per week—and then moving up into Austria and Germany—has triggered an “alarm” amongst Austrian authorities.
As a result, the Austrian government has already started placing troops at the Brenner Pass with Italy.
“The weather in the Mediterranean is now good, and a very large number of boats have been spotted leaving the North African coast for Italy,” the Kronen Zeitung quoted a military intelligence source as saying.
The European Union’s border protection service, Frontex, and its allied NATO patrol vessels are still barred from intercepting the boats and turning them back—as would be the case under any normal political setup.
Instead, they are limited to merely reporting the presence of the boats and can only intervene if the vessels start sinking.
Then the invaders are rescued, taken on board, and ferried the rest of their way to Europe in comfort.
“In any event, none of these people are war refugees,” the military source told the Kronen Zeitung.
The newspaper also revealed that a current graphic from the EU’s “crisis committee” had been leaked which contained a breakdown of the nationalities of those invaders coming over the Mediterranean.
Most of them come from Nigeria (18 percent), Gambia (15 percent), Senegal (10 percent), Mali (9 percent), Guinea and the Ivory Coast (8 percent), and 5 percent from Morocco.
The Kronen Zeitung pointed out that none of these invaders could in any sense be classed as “war refugees,” and that Morocco was in fact a holiday destination every year for “thousands of Austrians.”
This fact alone proved that the Moroccans coming over the Mediterranean are simply invaders seeking to parasite off Europeans.
The paper went on to reveal that the Austrian government had prepared a crisis unit to “deal with the arrival of this next influx.”
“In about a week, the ‘migrants’ will have passed through Italy and will arrive at the Brenner Pass,” the sources told the Kronen Zeitung.
“Since the German government is already pushing Moroccans and people from West Africa back into Austria, we have to assume that this will happen again,” the source continued.
Therefore, the official said, the plan was to halt the invaders at the border and push then back into Italy.
The Austrian government is well aware of the potential political explosiveness of this policy, the paper concluded.