Libya is not safe to return migrants to, UNHCR “High Commissioner” tells Matteo Salvini.
However, this is not up to the UN to decide. This is a national security issue and Italy will decide the best course and methods to protect the well-being of Italians. The UN can do little to change this and Italians strongly back Salvini.
In addition, the UN is too partisan and pursues an pro-migration agenda at odds with the best interests of Italy.
* Filippo Grandi, the UN’s High Commissioner for Refugees, also decided to play the “race card” to combat those in Europe who oppose mass migration, warning so-called populist politicians across Europe not to “create space” for racism by using aggressive language. (Is there a UN-approved language course for soft, politically-correct conversations?)
“The language of politicians must not create space for racist attitudes,” Mr Grandi told a press conference in Rome.
He made the remarks a day after holding a meeting with Mr Salvini.
“I’m not accusing anyone, but the language of politicians has become very aggressive, not only in Italy,” he said.
Well, “not only in Italy” means that he is blaming someone in Italy, as well as others.
We see the new strategy emerging from the UN, German media and others: aggressive language will now be determined by one’s view on migration, especially if one deviates from UN-approved talking points.
** Salvini, Orban and Visegrad must remain strong during this organized effort to intimidate them into silence…for their fight is Europe’s fight.