Blazing Acts of Desperation By Richard Miller
In Italy, a migrant raises the terrible issue of death of refugees in the Mediterranean, dramatically:
“The driver of a school bus filled with children has been arrested by Italian police for setting fire to the vehicle near Milan. The Senegalese man reportedly called for an end to “deaths in the Mediterranean” during the incident. Miraculously all 51 schoolboys managed to escape the fire without injuries, although 12 children and two adults were sent to hospital for smoke inhalation, according to RaiNews24. The 46-year-old Senegal-born driver reportedly spilled gasoline down the aisle of the bus while shouting that he wants to stop deaths in the Mediterranean Sea before igniting the blaze.”
This was done to address the plight of refugees. Fortunately, no children died. Otherwise the story would just have to have been censored.