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Started by klondike, November 08, 2022, 11:06:39 AM

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An Italian admiral has suggested a naval blockade to prevent illegal migration. Tsk tsk. Whatever next.

An Italian Admiral has expressed his support for forming a naval blockade in the Mediterranean to halt illegal migration as Italy continues to see the largest number of arrivals since 2017.

Rear Admiral Nicola De Felice has released a new book in Italy called Stop the Invasion, in which he advocates for a naval blockade to halt illegal arrivals, a policy also floated by Italy's Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni earlier this year.

"Targeted action to tackle the root causes of illegal immigration is absolutely necessary. The solution may be the implementation of the so-called 'naval blockade', understood not as a war-style blockade but a naval interdiction intervention, aimed at blocking the departures of boats linked to human trafficking," the Admiral told the newspaper Il Giornale.

"Had it been implemented from the beginning, the 'naval blockade' would have prevented the deaths of thousands and thousands of people, including many children," De Felice added

Something for voters to ponder. ..
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.


Sounds good to me, maybe our Navy could do the same?



Full marks from me too. Our navy would do it if ordered to, BUT, one wee squeak from the do gooders and it would be stopped.
Seems to me the Do Gooders are the real people who run the country. :waiting:


I bet the dogooders don't live next door to a migrant hotels, I bet they all live in nice leafy areas while they inflict the scum onto the working class poorer areas then call them racists because they don't want them.


The trick is not to tell the do-gooders that it's being done.


How do they find out about deportations ?  The do gooders have been able to stop flights taking off, someone must have told them, my money would be on Home Office staff.


A plant/traitor working alongside the government.