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Turkish racket smuggling people to Italy

Christine Douglass-Williams

The hijra into Europe continues. Even during the coronavirus lockdown, hordes of illegal Muslim migrants have arrived in Britain from France via the English Channel. Migrants have also swarmed into Italy and overwhelmed the Island of Lampedusa.

And who is to blame? Western globalist leaders who were voted in by people who were and largely still are clueless about the conquest and subversion that is going on under their noses. While Western economies continue to suffer from the effects of the coronavirus lockdowns, people smuggling is thriving, with some illegals even getting VIP treatment, all on the dhimmi taxpayer dime.

The road to Europe” is now a free-for-all for illegal migrants. It is increasingly obvious that there is one law for Western law-abiding citizens and another for illegal Muslim migrants.

“People Smugglers Using Facebook To Advertise Fake ‘Cruises’ To Europe,” by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, August 18, 2020:

People smugglers in Turkey are allegedly advertising their services under the guise of fake “cruises” on social media platform Facebook, offering to ship migrants to Italy for €5,500.

The journeys are advertised as a three to four day trip aboard a yacht from Turkey to the Sicilian coast on a Facebook page labelled “The Road to Europe” with adults paying the full price, half price for children between four and ten and children under three given a free trip.

According to a report from Italian newspaper Il Giornale, the smugglers also offer a passage from Serbia to Austria, advertised as a €4,000 “camping trip.” Another trip by sea is offered for migrants ot the Greek island of Rhodes for a substantially cheaper €2,100.

The newspaper also claims that the smugglers offer forged passports and visas for any country migrants which to visit, costing €9,000 for European visas and €11,000 for the United Kingdom. The smugglers also offer fake drivers licences and other photo ID cards for between 500 and 800 euros.

In previous years, people smugglers have offered similar “all-inclusive” packages for migrants with enough cash to afford them.

In 2019, investigators described the “first-class” smuggling trend that cost as much as 10,000 euros per person. In 2017, a man from Cameroon living in Morocco claimed that smugglers were offering similar packages to reach Spain.

“Think about it, with several hundreds of refugees you can earn more than a million euros in one day,” the man said.

Facebook has also been used in the past by people smugglers as a way to advertise their services, many of which have been described as “travel agencies” by the smugglers.

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