The 'Defend Europe' vigilante scheme was announced by anti-immigration campaigners from France, Italy and Germany after they managed to crowdfund the 76,000 euros (,000) needed to rent a vessel.
The plan aims 'to expose the true face of so-called humanitarian organisations, their collaboration with smuggling mafias, and the deadly consequences of their actions at sea,' according to organiser Clement Galant.'When boats full of illegal migrants cross, our mission is to call the Libyan coastguard so that they can come and rescue them,' he said in a video posted on social media.
Today the 38th Parallel ranks among the most militarized borders in the world.
Queen Elizabeth II, who was criticized for not immediately responding publicly to Diana’s death, made a televised address from Buckingham Palace on September 5, in which she said: “No one who knew Diana will ever forget her.
Millions of others who never met her, but felt they knew her, will remember her.
The group managed to raise tens of thousands of euros by crowdfunding the initiative and rented the boat despite an online campaign by opposing activists who had demanded that Pay Pal freeze GI's account.'By saving these peoples and providing an obstacle for trafficking groups, we can save Europe and save lives at the same time,' said a GI spokesman.
News of her sudden, senseless death shocked the world.
“Don’t you think a person who is cured is going to tell his family where the medicine came from?