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13.6.17

Far-right group aims to stop informal migration to Europe | Europe | DW | 09.06.2017: Europe
Far-right group aims to stop informal migration to Europe

After crowdfunding 73,000 euros a new far-right, pan-European movement is campaigning to stop informal migration to Europe, drawing concern from humanitarian and leftist groups. Diego Cupolo reports from Catania, Sicily.
Lorenzo Fiato (Diego Cupolo)

The far-right group Identitarian Generation was unknown in mainstream media before obstructing a humanitarian vessel transporting migrants rescued at sea last month.

In a scene reminiscent of Greenpeace activists blocking whaling ships with inflatable boats, members of IG's Italian and Austrian factions,accompanied by Canadian alt-right journalist Lauren Southern, temporarily stopped a SOS Mediterranee rescue ship from entering the port of Catania before being intercepted by the Italian Coast Guard.

Since the action, Italian IG leader Lorenzo Fiato (pictured at top) said his group has crowdfunded 73,000 euros ($82,000) and recruited more than 150 members throughout the country. The funds will be used towards future actions aimed at ending "massive" informal migration to Europe, mostly by targeting humanitarian search and rescue missions like those run by Doctors Without Borders (MSF), which some have accused of acting as a "taxi service" for migrants.


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