X’solidarjetá hi din ?

 

Is-summit Ewropew, minkejja l-paroli kollu ta’ Donald Tusk, Joseph Muscat u Giuseppe Conte reġa’ ma kkonkluda xejn favur solidarjetá reali.

Il-Kunsill tal-Unjoni Ewropeja qal li l-gwardja tal-kosta Libjana għandha titħalla taħdem.

X’jippretendu dawn:  li l-NGOs isalvaw in-nies mill-għarqa u jgħadduhom lil-Libjani biex dawn jittorturawhom? Għax hekk qed jgħidu Tusk, Muscat, Conte u l-mexxejja Ewropej biex jissodisfaw l-injoranza w il-mibgħeda tar-razzisti li hawn jiġru mas-saqajn.

Kien hemm ksur ta’ regolamenti tat-tbaħħir? Ma nafx. Li naf hu li l-Gvernijiet qed jinħbew wara l-legaliżmi u r-regoli biex jiġġustifikaw li dawk salvati mill-għarqa jingħataw lura f’idejn il-Libjani fejn ikunu ttorturati. Dan jidher li hu l-punt ta’ konvergenza bejn Malta u l-Italja.

Il-Gvernijiet, issa, flok ma jisparaw (figurattivament) fuq l-immigranti qed jisparaw fuq l-NGOs.

Nippreferi li jinkisru r-regoli tat-tbaħħir milli jintbagħtu n-nies għat-tortura.

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One comment on “X’solidarjetá hi din ?

  1. Were the consequences not so cruel, one could say that the EU meeting on migration was a comedy script. It was certainly a near-perfect Pharisee text. The cry for the Libya Coastguard to be allowed to do its work represents the height of hypocrisy, it being well known that the only work they are capable of is that of expensive — by way of deaths, that is — rescue and return to the “camps” with their “excellent” conditions. If the Libyans had any serious capabilities they would not allow the people smugglers to operate in the first place, rather than allow them a free hand and then pretend to pick up the pieces. So the European outcry for the NGOs to allow the Libyan’s to do their work is a huge and inhuman evasion of responsibility. And look at the outcome. The Lega crackpot and de facto PM Salvini professed himself to be 70% satisfied with the outcome of the EU meeting. He had hardly finished speaking before: 1. The Libyans were allowed o do their work with a load of immigrants: some 20 saved, around 100 drowned including very young children. 2. A Spanish NGO ship, refusing to allow the Libyans to do their work has picked up some 50 persons but has been told by Salvini that as the point of rescue was closest to Malta, the people should be taken there. Only, the rescue point was closer to Lampedusa than to Malta, and Malta, brave caring Malta, had in any case closed its ports to NGO boats until it was sure they were following “the law”. Enough said.

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