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people treading water eventually tire and sink
    #3212891 - 10/04/04 09:09 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

a million moon-god worshippers sink to the bottom ot the Mediterannean Sea


Hundreds of migrants arrived on Italian soil over the weekend
At least 17 people drowned off the coast of Tunisia when their boat sank while trying to reach Italy illegally, the Tunisian authorities say.
Another 47 are missing, presumed drowned. All those on board were from Morocco and Tunisia.

Italian authorities responded with flabbergasted wonderment saying "They try to leave Africa because Africa sucks really bad and Italy is better, not that Italy is the best or anything but just about any place in the world is better than staying in Africa where there isn't even any jobs and the mooslims hack off little kids arms at the wrist if they are caught shoplifting." The news came as a row erupted over Italy's decision to send migrants back to their point of departure.

Three planeloads of migrants were flown to Libya on Saturday, and a further 800 people are due to be expelled.

The Tunisian navy says the immigrants' boat sank only an hour after it had sailed for Italy.

Eleven people were rescued and the search for possible survivors is continuing.

The latest tragedy at sea is the latest in a long series of accidents involving the trafficking of thousands of would-be immigrants to Italy from small ports in north Africa.

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In an abrupt change of policy, the Italian government decided at the weekend to send three planeloads of migrants from Africa, Asia and the Middle East on the small island of Lampedusa back to Libya.

Hundreds of migrants have arrived in the past few weeks on the island, the nearest geographical point of arrival in the European Union from north Africa.


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Re: people treading water eventually tire and sink [Re: question_for_joo]
    #3212949 - 10/04/04 09:43 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

What's the point here? This is business as usual.


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