Italy: Paki Kills Old Farmer Who Tried to Stop Him from Leaving the Quarantine Zone

Frei
Daily Stormer
March 24, 2020

Italy is living through a plague apocalypse and the worst affected parts of the country are in the “zona rossa” [red zone], from which movement is restricted. There are police-enforced checkpoints and, in places, physical barriers.

A 44-year-old Paki was trying to get out of the red zone in the municipality of Fondi. He was driving a gold Lancia Phedra, apparently looking for a way through the barriers. Emilio Maggiacomo, a 69-year-old farmer working on his vineyard, saw what the Paki was doing and tried to explain to him there was no way through, La Repubblica reports. The Paki responded with furious insults.

As the old man became alarmed about the Paki’s reaction, he called his son and asked him to contact the police. As the son was debating this with him over the phone, the father suddenly stopped responding. Fearing something had happened, the son went to the scene and found his father dead, his head clubbed in. In his fingers, he clutched the Paki’s health card. This, of course, made it fairly easy for the police to track him down and arrest him. The Paki, an immigrant of Pakistani citizenship, had a criminal record and was involved in the drugs trade.

Across Europe, it’s very noticeable that brownskins are less inclined to observe coronavirus restrictions than the rest of the population. Hopefully this will lead to a massive build-up of righteous racist rage that will one day pour forth when the crisis is over.

Until that great day comes, we are still being bombarded with diversity propaganda. Dying Italians are being told “racism is a virus too.” Imagine this was one of the last images you glimpsed from the ambulance on your final trip to intensive care.

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