2021 – 038 Two ways to solve illegal immigration and the fishing dispute

Fishing and Immigration    editor@theeuroprobe.org 11/2021

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These solutions could run in conjunction with the Rwandan operation

The following rules to apply to all commercial fishermen in UK waters whether UK fishermen or from the EU in the interests of ‘fairness.

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The overarching principle with fishing in UK waters is that the UK has complete sovereignty over its waters and any concessions are at the sole discretion of the UK.

To achieve this it is first necessary to leave the European Court of Human Rights and establish a UK CHR. Also if the French want a concession from the UK to fish our waters they must give the UK what the UK wants in return.

Protocol 1

  • There is a crisis in North Sea fishing stocks due to overfishing and species depletion. This is a prime reason given for this proposal.
  • All Fishing in UK waters to be under the authority of a UK Fishing Authority (UKFA).
  • The EU fishermen to be given temporary discretionary access to British waters to enable them to reduce their fishing fleet in an orderly manner. A concession that was not given to British fishermen when the UK joined the EU.
  • All fishing boats registered in the UK must be owned and crewed by British nationals or other crewmen with a limited life working visas.
  • The total catch of fish to be harvested in UK waters is to be assessed  annually by a UK scientific department of the UKFA and applied to both UK and EU fishing boats. An EU representative may attend as an observer only.
  • Total annual catch for all EU boats to be limited by UKFA and where one EU boat catches a large harvest it reduces the catch for other EU boats are allowed to catch. Total EU annual catch will be for the EU to allocate it to each of the EU fishermen.
  • UK boats can catch an equal tonnage of fish in EU waters as EU boats can catch in UK waters.
  • An annual license per boat to fish in UK waters at a cost of £5000 (?) a year for UK and EU fishermen to fund the conservation necessities issued by the UKFA. It can be reclaimed as a legitimate business expense by a UK fishermen from the UK Inland Revenue and the EU fishermen to reclaim their £5000 from the EU  Inland Revenue.
  • A similar license required by UK fishermen to fish in EU waters (but migrants excepted)
  • The number of licenses available for EU fishermen can be open for them to bid for can they reclaim their license and bid fee from their home EU Inland Revenue
  • Review all the EU applications for a license and reject any with spelling mistakes, wrong colour ink etc.
  • The number of annually reducing licenses and harvest issued to EU boats and time scale is to be at the complete discretion of the UK Fisheries.
  • Annual harvest taken by EU Boats and licenses issued to the EU boats to be incrementally reduced each year and transferred to the UK fishing fleet to enable the EU fisheries to gradually adapt to the new fishing climate.
  • The license would limit what the EU and UK fisherman can catch to prevent species depletion.
  • Licenses awarded to UK fishermen cannot be sold on to EU or any non UK fishermen – only other UK working fishermen and cooperatives of their families but not corporates.
  • Government loans to UK fishermen to get new boats etc.
  • No correlation between EU and UK annual harvest
  • Unintentional overfish by an EU boat to be cross decked onto a UK boat or landed at a UK port- not dumped overboard.
  • To be granted a license to fish the EU Fishermen must have documented proof they have historically fished in UK waters.
  • The boat must be fitted with a tracker (with a unique signal linked to the licence) and the UKFA informed of the intention to fish, where and when before being given permission to commence fishing.
  • Satellite monitoring by drone and sattelite of fishing in UK waters to be by a UK company with UK staff and paid for out of the license fee.
  • When the fishing trip is completed all fishing boats, UK and EU, must check-in at a UK port to verify its catch is within the license before a UK boat is unloaded or an EU boat before returning to the EU for unloading there. On board inspection can be by a UKFA personel at sea.
  • The UKFA to have the right to board and inspect any fishing boat at any time as a condition of the license anywhere in UK waters and before they leave UK waters.
  • At the end of each fishing trip into UK waters all EU boats must then return to the EU ‘voluntarily’ taking with them with 5 to 25 illegal immigrants (depending on the size of the boat) that came from the EU if they want a license to fish in UK waters – migrants to be collected from a UK port.
  • This is a rigid condition of being granted a license to which the EU fishermen will need to sign ‘voluntarily’ (I.E. they can either volunteer to take the migrants and get the licence or they can refuse and then not get the licence.) No return of migrants no licence. Rather like having to join the ECHR if your are in the EU – it is ‘voluntary’ but you do have a choice
  • If any solicitor demands a legal review for any reason then they have one shot only using Legal Aid or nowinnofee and if they fail they become liably for all the legal costs of the government.
  • When all the illegal migrants have been returned to the EU and the concessionary period has ended the EU fishermen can bid for the limited number of licences we decide to allow.
  • It should be understood that it is not illegal to cross the Channel. Many yachtsmen do so to go for lunch then go back home. What is illegal is to stay there without a visa.
  • It is illegal to land in the UK without a passport or papers. Anyone who does must be considered illegal.
  • Open a migrant processing office in the UK Embassy, or buy a suitable warehouse, in Paris instead of Dover as the only place to process the migrants and asylum seekers. All illegals in the UK would need to do is to get to a UK fishing port for a free trip to France to than travel to Paris where their claim can be assessed. If thay have no papers a simple DNA swab from the inside of their cheek would reveal their origins. More in Protocol 2.
  • Any illegal migrant coming to the UK from the EU on a UK or EU fishing boat, lorry or aircraft will result in that boat or lorry being impounded with a heavy fine and imprisonment of the skipper/driver and no further licenses allowed to that fishing company or transport company.
  • If the UKFA decides to allow future licenses for EU boats the EU boats will have to bid for them. Licenses are not an entitlement. They are a temporary concession. Possibility of future liences at the UKFA discretion.
  • Any attempt by the EU to exploit the licenses for petty reasons should result in the UK canceling all licenses issued to the EU.
  • Fish Quotas to be initially the same for UK and EU. France to decide how much each EU boat can catch from to total quota. UK quota to increase each year and EU quota to reduce each year until the UK has 100%. However a limited number of licenses could then be for EU fishermen that they have to bid for when the initial period is over.
  • House illegal migrants in waiting in the UK in Mosques.
  • To achieve this it is first neccessary to leave the EU Human Rights Act and establish our own one, leave the UN Migrants Pact which we never agreed to join and leave Dublin 111 and Marrakech Migration Pact
  • This solution does not need to go through parliament or be vetted by the legal profession but just needs a slight alteration to the Fishing Licences.
  • Protocol 2
  • Another alternative could be to set up a charity in France  (L’Association de Sauvage en Mer de France  the LASMF) to buy a French registered and flagged ship and convert it to save illegal migrants from drowning on the French side of the Channel. Ship to be named ‘Sauvetage en Mer’.
    Once on board they would immediately be subject to French law and can be taken straight to France. If a UK ship has a duty to bring any rescued illegals they save to the UK then France has an equal duty to bring the illegals saved on a French vessel to France.
  • Fit a frame on the stern that can be used to raise the inflateable out of the water so the migrants can walk straight to a door in the stern.
  • The ship will be controlled and crewed by all who are Anglofiles and fluent in French.
  • The inflateable boat organisers and the boat pilots subject to draconian penalties (25 years in prison with no parole) if identified.
  • The LASMF would be financed by volutary donations and perhaps those currently donating to the RNLI would transfer their donations to the LASMF instead.
  • When Le Suavetage en Mer is not saving migrants from drowning the UKFA can hire it for fisheries protection duties.
  • Le Suavetage en Mer may have to have armed guards on board to prevent the RNLI boarding and kidnapping the migrants to take them the Dover.
  • The rescued are then given a knapsack (made in the UK) with water, food, a train ticket to Paris and 50 Euros with a map showing how to get from the station the the UK Visa office as per Protocol 1.
  • A high speed assesment if the potential migrant has a job to come to, accommodation arranged, health insurance and financially self supporting.

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