Italian Candidate Promises To Deport Half Million Migrants If Elected

Italian Candidate Promises To Deport Half Million Migrants If Elected
January 30, 2018 Admin

Greetings men-

I think we might finally, finally have a mainstream politician in Europe who understands what’s really going on.

That man: Matteo Salvini.

Salvini is apparently a radical, radical man who hates cultural enrichment and is opposed to Italy becoming majority Muslim within the next thirty years (as Sweden very likely will).

Salvini actually has a decent shot at getting elected, and he says that if he does get elected he is going to actually do something real to deal with this problem.

From Breitbart:

Matteo Salvini, leader of the Lega Nord, has promised he will deport half a million migrants if he becomes Prime Minister of Italy.

The Italian populist promised that if he is elected Prime Minister in the national election in March 2018 he will deport 100,000 migrants within his first year and half a million over the course of his five-year term, the Telegraph reports.

“There are half a million irregular migrants in Italy. All of them need to be sent home,” Salvini said earlier this week.

Salvini has been accused by many in the mainstream media of being xenophobic or even racist for his anti-mass migration stance.

 

Opposing mass-Muslim immigration is only the result of irrational hatred of melanin.

The article on Breitbart continues:

He addressed these detractors, saying: “The only antidote to racism is to control, regulate and limit immigration. There are millions of Italians in economic difficulty. Italians are not racist, but out-of-control immigration brings with it far from positive reactions. We want to prevent that.”

Salvini and the Lega Nord have formed an electoral alliance with billionaire former four-time Prime Minister and leader of Forza Italia Silvio Berlusconi, and the conservative-nationalist Brothers of Italy party led by Giorgia Meloni.

Who will become Prime Minister if this alliance wins the election will depend on which party garners the most votes. Currently, the Lega Nord lags only two percentage points behind Forza Italia in a recent poll by polling firm EMG.

 

However, even if Forza Italia place first Mr Berlusconi may be unable to become Prime Minister, as he is barred from office due to a prior conviction for tax evasion.

The fiery comments are just the latest from Salvini, who is also known as a staunch eurosceptic. Earlier this month the Lega Nord leader said that the European Union “can go fuck itself” in an explosive interview.

“Europe has been punishing us for the last 15 years and we are worse off than 15 years ago,” he said, adding: “European measures are the last thing I am interested in.”

Italy has been burdened with hundreds of thousands of migrants who, until recently, were being ferried to Italy from only a few miles off the Libyan coast by pro-migration NGO “rescue” ships accused of working with people-smugglers.

While the EU has tried to alleviate the pressure on Italy, as well as Greece, by forcing a migrant redistribution quota scheme, many countries including Czechia, Poland, Hungary, and now Austria are resisting the scheme, favouring deportations and strong borders and maritime patrols instead.

 

 

It will be interesting to see how Salvini does in the election.

The Italians could surprise us and end up being the first country to really say ‘enough is enough’.

Here’s a tweet of current polls in Italy:

Here’s a video of Salvini speaking in Koblenz with English subtitles:

Editor’s Note: Big thanks to VivatEurope for the heads up about this Salvini stuff! I knew who he was obviously but hadn’t yet seen the Breitbart article.

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Comments (9)

  1. Unknown 4 weeks ago

    In Gernam Internet forums, they often argue that the situation in Germany is still too good, economically, so too many people are afraid of loosing their job if they would say or even do something against the regime. Looks like Italians don’t have that much to loose.

    • Author
      Admin 4 weeks ago

      Lol yes… I think it will be even more like that if/when we see an economic turnaround.

      Its always hard to postulate such a turnaround when things are going well, but once it occurs it always seems like the most normal thing in the world.

      Easy to forget how bad 2007-2011 really was. I wouldn’t be surprised if it gets worse than that again, especially in Europe.

  2. shadowman 4 weeks ago

    “…he is barred from office due to a prior conviction for tax evasion.”

    If this guy wins the election, he should take office by *force*. To hell with that bullshit law that his tax evasion disqualifies him. It is time for *real force* – no pissing around.

  3. shadowman 4 weeks ago

    I’ve just re-read things and realised that it is *Berlusconi* that the ban applies to – not Salvini. Yay!
    Gooooo *Salvini!* . Best of luck to you!

  4. SteveRogers42 3 weeks ago
    • Author
      Admin 3 weeks ago

      LOL very good…. That and the ‘Tintin In Sweden’ book cover are my favorites I think 🙂

      • Michael Gladius 3 weeks ago

        All I see in that meme is ‘dirka dirka dirka goats’… 😉

    • Author
      Admin 2 weeks ago

      Yes… I saw that…

      Craziness.

      It seems Italy is still in the running to be the first powder keg that explodes.

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