Italy: 35 People’s Homes Raided on Suspicion That They Don’t Like Jews

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 15, 2013

Oh Italy, how far you have fallen from Grace.
Oh Italia, how far she has fallen.

Along with all of the wealth of our nations, our personal thoughts and beliefs are now property of the Jews.

In Italy, along with many other European countries, it is literally against the law to dislike the Jews.  If it is suspect by the Jewish Occupational Government that you harbor anything but love for that most disgusting and evil of races, your home gets raided by a swat team.

On Thursday, this happened to 35 people.  The police kicked in their doors and rummaged through their personal belongings based on the claim that they had expressed a personal dislike for the Jewish people on the internet.

These individuals stand accused of setting up an online forum to discuss nationalism and the threat of international Jewry

It is almost impossible to fathom that the governments of White countries are literally monitoring the personal communications of their citizenry and then using force against them, based on information collected through Orwellian surveillance measures.  We truly are living inside of a science fiction nightmare.

How much more are you willing to take, White man?

The Jew paper Ha’aretz reports:

The suspects, accused of spreading racial hatred and inciting racist acts of violence, had created a new website that took over from the Italian branch of the white supremacist website, which police had closed down in November 2012. The new website had a documentary, The Secret Enemy, which blamed the Jewish people for the global economic crisis, as well as insults against Italian left-wing figures such as anti-Mafia author Roberto Saviano and Lampedusa Mayor Giusi Nicolini.

“This is a dangerous organization under an ideological profile that finds its roots in a historical period that apparently seems distant,” prosecutor Giancarlo Capaldo told a news conference. “We must deal with the ideological extremism that is stirring in Europe.”

Renzo Gattegna, president of the Union of Italian Jewish Communities, issued a statement expressing “warm thanks” to the forces of order for the “massive” crackdown.

Thursday’s operation came one year after another widespread operation against Stormfront in which police blocked the Italian version of the group’s website and arrested four people on charges of inciting racial and ethnic hatred and anti-Semitism. They also raided the homes of 17 others, confiscating fascist and neo-Nazi material.

I would be very interested in hearing from anyone in Italy who has further details about this insane breech of the most basic human freedom.