August 27, 2017
I’d like to say I’m sorry for them, but I’m not. Every TV channel, newspaper and website out there shows you how Italy is getting flooded on a daily basis by hordes, and you think it’s safe to just stroll around there?
I live in one of the safest cities on the planet, and I still don’t leave my house without at least a pocket knife, and have no expectation whatsoever to not get attacked for no reason by somebody.
A young couple from Poland were subjected to a “brutal and bestial attack” by four men suspected to be African migrants on a beach in Rimini, Italy.
The 26-year-olds were taking an evening stroll on their last night in the popular tourist spot when they were set upon by four men, Wiadomości reports.
The young man was beaten unconscious by the gang, who then subjected his partner to multiple rapes in front of him. Both were also robbed.
Hey Italy – stop saying in your commercials that you’re romantic. You’re not romantic anymore, and you won’t be until you get rid of all the subhumans.
The Polish consulate in Milan say they are providing every assistance to the couple, who were both hospitalised following their ordeal.
Italian authorities have described the “brutal and beastial attack” as an “act of cruel aggression”, and called on the public “to cooperate with the police forces informing each and every element that may be of use in the investigation”.
“If they catch the perpetrators, then prison is not enough,” commented Matteo Salvini, leader of the populist Northern League — reiterating his earlier calls for migrant sex attackers to be chemically castrated.
Totally hardcore… How about just not letting them in in the first place?
Giorgia Meloni, the former government youth minister who now leads the conservative Brothers of Italy party, suggested that law and order in Italy was breaking down, and that the country was beginning to resemble “the worst favelas of South America” in places.
You almost got it right, buddy. It’s not the “country” that’s beginning to look like favelas, it’s the people living in it. I realize some liberal lurkers of this site might shake their heads in disbelief that I’d say this in CURRENT YEAR, but the magical dirt theory is wrong. Places don’t look like laws, they look like the people who live in them.
And wherever brown people live, you get favelas/ghettos/third world or whatever you wanna call it.
The number of foreigners living in Italy as residents has rocketed by 25 per cent from 2012 to January 2017, and by an astonishing 270 per cent between 2002 and 2017 — statistics which may herald a significant and possibly irreversible demographic shift.
There’s nothing “irreversible” about it. These creatures literally can’t feed themselves without us; that is on top of not being able to use most modern tools of war and communication.
The moment our race starts fighting back is the moment we win.