With Salvini Out, Italy Begins Allowing Migrant Ships to Dock Again

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 25, 2019

The coup by Matteo Salvini didn’t work.

But the people who have to deal with the ape flood are no doubt wishing it would have.

Except the women. I’m sure they’re okay with it. Because if there’s one thing women love, it’s niggers.


Italian authorities have agreed to grant the Open Arms ship access to a port to disembark 62 African migrants it has been carrying since Wednesday, the founder of the Spanish rescue mission said on Sunday.

Oscar Camps said the vessel is set to dock at the southern Italian port of Taranto on Tuesday afternoon, although the eventual destination may change.

Italy initially refused entry for the group of 73 African migrants which the Open Arms crew plucked out of a packed rubber dinghy drifting about 50 miles off Libya, suggesting that the vessel should instead put them ashore at Tripoli.

However, earlier today the coastguard evacuated 11 of the group who required medical attention to the port of Augusta and Italy’s Interior Minister Luciana Lamorgese signaled the country might be softening its position.

Conditions aboard the vessels have been deteriorating as a powerful storm hit the Mediterranean, creating waves of up to 3 meters (10 feet).

A Reuters cameraman on the ship saw migrants huddled under a makeshift shelter on deck as the ship rolled through choppy waters and lightning flashed overhead.

Among the group of mostly Central and West Africans are three women, two toddlers and 24 unaccompanied minors who braved the dangerous crossing in search of a better life in Europe.

As a journalist, it is deeply offensive to me that the Reuters wire, which is supposed to be objective and simply report facts, is presuming the motives of these niggers.

There is certainly no way to know that they are “in search of a better life” by living on welfare in Europe.

They could be criminals or terrorists. They could be anything. Reuters has no idea what their motives are.

Obviously, even if their motives are simply to parasite off of European wealth, “in search of a better life” is the most disingenuous possible way of phrasing this. Even if you knew their motives for a fact, you could much more accurately say they are “looking to benefit from Europe’s generous social welfare programs.”

It is a real shame that the wire news is progressively using more and more shamelessly politically charged and dishonest language. You expect this sort of thing from the Washington Post or the New York Times, but the wires have historically put up a pretense of objectivity.

Anyway, the return of the migrant boats is good, in the long term, as it empowers Salvini as he looks to make his glorious return.