Italy Closes the Door to Migrants

2018 June 4
by bc3b

With a ruling coalition of two anti-9immigranmt parties ruling the country, Italy has joined the growing ranks of European countries determined to stop mass migration and the problems associated with it.

The elites and Pope Francis despise nationalism. In their opinion a country has no right to defend itself, its citizens and its culture from an invasion of unskilled, uneducated migrants with totally opposite philosophical and moral views.

The International Organization for Migration reports that 700,000 migrants have arrived in Italy in the past years.

Fortunately more people have decided to do what’s best for themselves, their children and grandchildren rather than listening to globalists who isolate themselves from migrants and are protected by armed guards.

Italy’s new interior minister, Matteo Salvini, has vowed to cut aid money for migrants and to deport those who illegally are in the country.

“Open doors in Italy for the right people and a one-way ticket out for those who come here to make trouble and think that we will provide for them,” Salvini saidin the Lombardy region, home to a quarter of the total foreign population in Italy. “One of our top priorities will be deportation.”

Salvini, leader of the nationalist League (Lega) party, formed a new coalition government with the populist Five Star Movement (M5S) on June 1. The government’s program, outlined in a 39-page action plan, promises to crack down on illegal immigration and to deport up to 500,000 undocumented migrants.

“The party is over for illegal immigrants,” Salvini said at a June 2 rally in Vicenza. “They will have to pack their bags, in a polite and calm manner, but they will have to go. Refugees escaping from war are welcome, but all others must leave.”

On June 3, Salvini visited Sicily, one of the main landing points in Europe for migrants crossing the Mediterranean Sea from North Africa. He said:

“Enough of Sicily being the refugee camp of Europe. I will not stand by and do nothing while there are landings after landings of migrants. We need deportation centres.

“There are not enough homes or jobs for Italians, let alone for half the African continent. We need to use common sense.”

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Hat tip: Gatestone Institute

7 Responses leave one →
  1. 2018 June 5 4:30 am
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    The camp of the saints redux.

  2. 2018 June 5 6:12 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    Italy ain’t the only one. Slovenia had elections and the alt-right nationalists won a plurality. From Estonia to Albania its like a ‘Gates of Vienna’ is arising before our eyes. The eastern bloc countries are going to attempt to save Europe from itself whether they want it or not. God Bless’m.

  3. 2018 June 5 6:13 am
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    justrand permalink

    indeed, IP.

    Maybe the Pope can fit a few million into the Vatican?!?!? They are a sovereign nation with a GREAT BIG WALL.

  4. 2018 June 5 6:26 am
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    justrand permalink

    More evidence that the FBI remains rotten to the core. Time to start over.

    http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2018/06/something-happening-here-3.php

  5. 2018 June 5 6:33 am
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    bc3b permalink

    The elite left wants to transform white countries into “multi-cultural paradises,” but doesn’t seem to have a problem with countries like Japan.

  6. 2018 June 5 6:51 am
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    bc3b permalink

    JR –

    I have totally lost confidence in the FBI. I think the corruption and incompetence go well beyond the leadership. FBI employees are government employees so they tend to be left of center. There are far more pencil pushers (like CNN’s Pajama Boy) than enforcement agents. I don’t trust today’s FBI at all.

  7. 2018 June 5 7:06 am
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    JimNorCal permalink

    Press speculation from 2016 that Pres Hillary could pardon herself.
    No big deal then.
    Also a note on impeachment. It’s funny which rules apply to Dems.
    https://donsurber.blogspot.com/2018/06/press-in-2016-if-indicted-hillary-could.html?m=1

    “In Clinton’s case, however, the conduct underlying this hypothetical indictment occurred prior to her taking office. The House of Representatives, as far back as 1873, has determined that a person cannot be impeached based on conduct prior to them holding office. In other words, House precedent says a President Hillary Clinton could not be impeached as president for crimes related to the e-mail server or the Clinton Foundation,” White wrote.

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