The liberal lie that “immigration is needed to bolster Europe’s labor force” has been dramatically exposed as a lie once again with the news that a record 80,000 Italians applied for just 30 vacancies—nearly 3,000 candidates for each post.
However, Italy—which, thanks to its own far left government and prevailing liberal ideology, is bearing the brunt of the current African invasion—serves as a case in point in just how dramatically wrong this liberal lie is.
According to reports, youth unemployment in Italy is close to 40 per cent and the overall level at 11 per cent—but when managers at the Bank of Italy advertised 30 vacancies, they were “astounded by the huge number of people who contacted them.”
The report said that the 30 deputy assistant jobs in the state bank, a junior position with a modest annual salary of €28,000.
Overwhelmed by the deluge of interest, the Bank of Italy in the end whittled down the applicants to a short-list of 8,000, all of them first-class graduates with a solid academic record behind them.
It is not the first time that huge numbers of young Italians have applied for a small number of posts.
Nonetheless, the liberal lie that “immigrants” are needed to “help the economy” is still routinely used to justify the mass Third World invasion of Europe—even though all the statistics and evidence shows that this nonwhite influx is in fact going to destroy society and the economy—the very opposite of what is claimed.