The US Navy has been revealed as a party to the ongoing mass African invasion of Europe via the Mediterranean Sea with the news that the USNS Trenton has tried to disembark 40 sub-Saharans it picked up onto one of the fake “charity” invasion ships in the region.
Sailors of the US Navy ship USNS Trenton pick up African invaders off the coast of Libya this week. They failed to get them transferred to a fake charity invasion ship in the area. (Image from the US Navy statement on the incident).
According to German media reports, the USNS Trenton—an expeditionary fast transport ship designed to support overseas US operations—failed in its bid to offload the African invaders after the German fake charity invasion ship the Sea-Watch 3 said it could not take them on board following the Italian government’s refusal to allow them landing rights.
The Sea-Watch 3 had been summoned to the US naval ship on Tuesday but advised the Americans that they were unable to help, leaving the Africans stuck on board the USNS Trenton.
The Sea Watch 3 announced that it had received a request at 12.36 local time from the US Navy to take on board 41 Africans about 20 nautical miles off the Libyan coast.
“Our vessel Sea-Watch 3 proceeded towards the given position as the only civil rescue asset left in the Mediterranean Sea at that moment,” their statement said.
The Sea Watch 3 added that it hoped that the US ship would be allowed to dock in Italy to offload the invaders.
An official statement from the US Navy confirmed the action, claiming that they were responding to a distress call from “mariners” at sea.
“On June 12, 2018 USNS Trenton, in accordance with its obligations under international law, rendered assistance to mariners in distress that it encountered while conducting routine operations in the Mediterranean Sea.
“Forty people have been recovered and are being provided food, water, and medical care on board Trenton.
“US authorities are coordinating with our international partners to determine their ultimate disposition.”
The USNS Trenton photographed from the fake charity invasion ship Sea Watch 3.