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Re: Genocide
« Reply #15 on: June 11, 2018, 01:02:25 pm »

So, Italy turned this ship back to Malta, which now has also refused to let it dock and release its 600 plus refugees. They've got 1300 miles to go to reach Spain, which has decided to offer to take them.  That's a week's voyage, and they have enough food and water  for one day. Refugees don't want to go to Spain, because they know there's a lot more austerity there. The refugees who do land there typically try like hell to get to just about anywhere else in Europe as fast as they can......but Spain is better than dying on a tramp steamer deck in the Mediterranean's summer heat.

It's pretty much a given not all 629 of these poor people will make it out of this alive.


This vessel is owned and operated by a couple of humanitarian NGO's who use it to rescue stranded refugees from their rafts. It looks like this might be a record for them, as far as bodies onboard. I'm not sure if they have any kind of way of getting more food and water for the unfortunates now in their care.


Thank you for posting this. There is too much going on out there that the propaganda infested press refuses to make public.

Yemen used to be famous for its exquisitely fine tasting bee honey. That's nostalgic history now.

At this moment over 18 MILLION people in Yemen are being slowly and deliberately (the Saudis make no secret of said "policy" ☠️) starved to death.

We are helping.  :(

US-Saudi-UAE War on Yemen Could Starve Millions of Civilians

June 8, 2018

As the UN warns 18.4 million Yemenis could soon face starvation, the US is considering more direct military intervention. Shireen al-Adeimi discusses with TRNNís Ben Norton how a Saudi-UAE attack on the port city of Hodeida could lead to mass catastrophe

Eddie, in a world where THAT MASSSIVE LEVEL OF GENOCIDE is swept under the media rug, anyhting, no matter how heinous, no matter how unprincipled and no matter how barabaric and counterproductive to human civilization, is to be expected. 
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