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    Italy: 50 of the latest batch of migrants allowed in have vanished, Catholic Church l

    Italy: 50 of the latest batch of migrants allowed in have vanished, Catholic Church let them go!

    Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 7, 2018

    Invasion of Europe news…..

    It was less than two weeks ago that we told you about the stand-off between Interior Minister Salvini and the forces arrayed against him demanding he allow the latest migrant transport ship to unload its cargo.

    Father Francesco Soddu of Caritas: After all they weren’t in detention! They “voluntarily” departed!

    He relented once a commitment was made for most of the 144 to be placed in the care of other countries.

    Additionally dozens were to be taken in by the Catholic Church (we cheered that agreement where the migrants would not be a cost to the taxpayers of Italy).

    Guess what?

    It is those the church took in who have disappeared in to Europe!

    From The Local:

    Around 50 of the 144 migrants recently allowed into Italy after being stranded for days on a coastguard vessel have disappeared from reception centres, the country’s hardline Interior Minister Matteo Salvini said on Wednesday.

    Matteo Salvini

    These migrants “were so in need of protection, a roof and a blanket that they decided to leave and disappear,” Salvini said on Facebook.

    “This is the umpteenth confirmation that those who arrive in Italy are not skeletons fleeing war and famine,” he claimed.

    The migrants were picked up by the Diciotti coastguard ship on the night of August 15th and were left stranded at sea for ten days as Salvini refused to allow the vessel to dock in an Italian port. The interior minister, who heads the anti-immigration League party, finally relented after Ireland, Albania and the Italian Catholic church agreed to lake most of them in.
    The head of Catholic charity Caritas, which was hosting the migrants at its Rocca di Papa reception centre south of Rome, said it was a “voluntary departure”.

    The group was not in detention, Father Francesco Soddu told Ansa news agency, and suggested that they may be trying to reach other countries in Europe.

    More here.

    Guess those 50 are no longer Italy’s problem—Germany? France? The Netherlands? Here they come!

    Go here for more on the ‘Invasion of Europe.’

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