Tuesday, July 11, 2017
"In the last twenty-five years (since when, in February 1991, a ship loaded with 26,000 Albanians entered the port of Brindisi) we have known that the great migration had began. Two paths were possible at that point.
Is Bifo being harsh on the "civilised Europeans"?
Opening its borders, starting a global distribution of resources, investing its wealth in a long lasting process of reception and integration of young people coming massively from the sea. This was the first path.
The second was to reject, to dissuade, to make almost impossible the easy journey from Northern Africa to the coasts of Spain Italy and Greece.
Europeans have chosen the second way, and they are daily drowning uncountable children and women and men.
Auschwitz on the beach."