Muslim invaders in Italy have carried out what they said was a “protest prayer” next to the famous Colosseum in Rome against the recent closure on administrative grounds of five makeshift mosques in the city.
According to official figures there are just over 800,000 Muslims living in Italy legally, and officials estimate that a further 100,000 live in the country permanently without official papers.
Rome is home to the biggest mosque in the Western world but proposals to construct traditional-style mosques elsewhere have frequently run into opposition from local councils who can withhold planning permission on any number of technical grounds ranging from the size of proposed parking facilities to the architectural harmony of a particular neighborhood.
Lawmaker Barbara Saltamartini of the anti-invasion Northern League called last Friday’s demonstration “an unacceptable provocation” which should never have been allowed to take place in Rome.
Meanwhile, the nonwhite invasion of Italy continues unabated, with at least 4,292 counted invaders arriving at ports across southern Italy on Monday this week alone.
Even this is not enough: on Monday, Italian Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni (a member of the socialist-inclined Democratic Party (Partito Democratico) was on hand to welcome 75 invaders claiming to be Syrian refugees at Rome’s Fiumicino airport—part of the ongoing “humanitarian corridor” program.
This “humanitarian corridor” program is co-organized by Italy’s foreign and interior ministries as well as the Sant’Egidio Catholic community, the Federation of Evangelical Churches, and the Valdese Evangelical Church, which pays for “vulnerable refugees” to be flown directly into Italy on commercial flights from Beirut in Lebanon.
Two offices, in Beirut and Tangier in Morocco, were opened late last year to begin selecting candidates as part of the project which aims to bring 1,000 people, of various nationalities, to Italy over the next two years. There are also plans to open a third office in Ethiopia.
A report in the La Repubblica newspaper revealed that the town authorities of Milan are now “struggling to cope with ever increasing requests for accommodation” as that city becomes increasingly flooded with African invaders.
According to that newspaper, at least 700 invaders were camped out at the via Sammartini hub near Milan’s central train station over the weekend, waiting for the liberals to give them a place to stay and feed them, adding to the 5,300 that the city’s taxpayers are already accommodating.
According to the International Organization for Migration, at least 145,381 mostly African invaders have landed on Italy’s southern shores since the start of 2016, but uncounted thousands more have moved on to countries to the north where their parasitical existence earns them even better welfare payments.