Italy Giving Fewer and Fewer Work Permits to Non-EU Workers

Daily Stormer
August 1, 2019

Only a vile, twisted neo-Nazi would see something wrong with this

Nice to get a White pill once in a while.

Shame there’s so few of them…

The Local:

Compared to its resident population, Italy gives the lowest number of residency permits to non-European workers of any country in the EU, new research says.

The number of non-Europeans allowed to move to Italy for work plummeted from more than 350,000 in 2010 to just under 14,000 in 2018, according to a study by the Leone Moressa Foundation, an Italian think tank that focuses on the economic impact of immigration.

Italy granted just 13,877 permessi di soggiorno (residency permits) for employment reasons last year, the foundation says, and 40.5 percent of those went to seasonal workers. Just 10.6 percent went to highly qualified workers.

In contrast, Germany issued 68,000 work permits, the UK gave 108,000 and Poland granted nearly 600,000.

Keep in mind, when these people say “non-Europeans” they mean people not from EU countries.

The vast majority of those 600k Poland brought in were Ukrainians, not niggers.

The majority of the ones coming into Germany or the UK are, I assume, actual “non-Europeans.”

Comparing the number of incoming foreign workers to the total population, in fact, Italy comes out below any other EU country. It issued barely 0.23 permits for every 1,000 existing residents in 2018, well below the EU average of 2.24 and far behind the smaller nations of Cyprus (11.31), Poland (15.72) and Malta (21.40).

The drop in foreign workers allowed to move to Italy “is hardly compatible with an economic growth scenario”, wrote the Leone Moressa Foundation, cited in Repubblica.

Fuck your economic growth.

Countries exist to be homes to specific groups of people, not supermarkets.

Until 2010 employment was non-Europeans’ best chance of getting permission to move to Italy, with more permessi granted for work reasons than any other factor, according to official data from national statistics office Istat: 358,870 out of a total of 598,567 that year.

Yet in 2011 work permits slipped behind permits issued for family reasons and have declined almost every year since. They now make up the smallest number of permessi di soggiorno issued, behind family reunification, asylum and humanitarian reasons, study, elective residency and religious or health factors: just 12,200 out of 262,770 in 2017, the most recent year for which Istat data is available.

While the number of non-EU citizens permitted to move to Italy has been shrinking ever since its peak in 2010, the percentage of them allowed to join family members or live in Italy for humanitarian reasons has increased over the same period, with more than 80 percent of new permessi now issued on one of these two grounds.

Yeah, they should probably focus on fixing that next.

You know, Salvini could probably just say he wants to kick all non-Whites out of the country, or even all non-Italians, and he’d be much more popular than he is now.

But he won’t do that, since La Lega is much cuckier than they look, despite the screeching of the Jew media and of the many legitimately great things that they’re doing.

Still, this is a good start.

There’s at least one country in Europe that’s heading in the right direction, and the fact that it’s a country that’s important globally (8th or 9th biggest economy in the world) means they can’t be crushed economically, because all the other countries have too big interests there.

So cheer up, the race war is coming.