Contrary to controlled media reports, there are no plans underway by the German government or the European Union to “turn back the boats” carrying invaders across the Mediterranean Sea.
The controlled media is currently widely reporting that there has been a “U-turn” in the German government’s approach, as the nonwhite invasion from Africa shows no sign of ending.
All these reports are based upon an article in the German newspaper Die Welt, which quoted an anonymous spokeswoman for the German Ministry of the Interior as saying that they want “to send migrants rescued in the Mediterranean back directly to Africa,” as this would serve as a “primary deterrent” when they realize that the European coast can never be reached.
Currently, the EU actually picks up the invaders shortly after they leave the African coast, and actually transports them the majority of the distance to Europe, doing the job of the people smugglers for them.
The anonymous spokeswoman’s comments were confirmed to Die Welt newspaper by Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière, who told that newspaper’s Sunday edition that “the elimination of the prospect of reaching the European coast could convince migrants to avoid embarking on the life-threatening and costly journey in the first place. The goal must be to remove the basis for people-smuggling organizations and to save migrants from the life-threatening journey.”
A similar approach is pursued by Australia, where the number of invaders has “declined to almost zero,” Die Welt continued.
“According to the proposals, migrants who sail from Libya across the [Mediterranean] Sea, would not be brought back to Libya, but to another North African country such as Tunisia or Egypt.
“There they could apply for asylum for Europe, and if they are successful, they would be brought to that continent. The reasoning behind this proposal is to make the Africans see after a short time that the dangerous crossing to Italy is hopeless,” the newspaper said.
However, the reality is that this is just one or two people in the ministry thinking out loud, and there are no plans, policies, or even discussions on the table on the matter.
Die Welt pointed this out, saying that the Federal Ministry of the Interior added that there “are no concrete plans or discussions at EU level” and that the “observance of legal procedures and the observance of the Convention on Human Rights are indispensable prerequisites for future consideration.”
In other words, there are no plans afoot to “turn back the boats,” even if that policy is indeed the only sensible one which could stop the invasion.