Italy: Government Seeks to Force Community to Allow Mosque (Rape Factory)

Daily Stormer
March 16, 2015

The place is good, but it needs more rape and ALLAH AKBER
The place is good, but it needs more rape and ALLAH AKBER

So Lombardy banned mosques, because they care about their identity and don’t really want a bunch of these rapist desert monkeys showing up to do their primitive rituals through that damned megaphone thing on the top of their structure.

The Italian government says that this is yet another case where popular opinion is against democracy, and is now attempting to force the province to allow the building of the religious institiuion where primitives go to learn how to rape White women.


The regulations, which have become known as the “anti-mosque” law, were approved by the right-wing dominated regional council at the end of January.

Amid an outcry over what critics see as a blatantly discriminatory move, Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’s centre-left government has decided to refer the new rules to the Constitutional Court for review.

Under the regulations, anyone seeking to build a new place of worship for a religion not officially recognised by the state would be subject to an extensive list of special restrictions ranging from the size of associated parking facilities to the outward appearance of the buildings, as well as having to clear a string of new bureaucratic hurdles.

Since Islam is the only major religion not recognised by the Italian state, the new rules have been seen as being specifically targeted at Italy’s one million plus Muslims.

Critics say the legislation breaches Italy’s constitution on several grounds and is bound to be overturned by the Constitutional Court.

Issues judges will consider are expected to include whether the new measures breach guarantees of religious freedom, whether the region has exceeded its power by redrawing the relationship between state and religion, and whether the new law leaves too much to the discretion of local mayors.

Under one provision of the Lombardy law, local mayors who were unhappy about the construction of a new mosque could seek to organise a local referendum before granting or refusing permission.

It also stipulates that the dimensions and architectural proportions of any new place of worship should be in keeping with Lombardy’s landscape — a requirement that appears custom-written to block any plans involving minarets.

The Renzi government’s decision to block Lombardy’s plans prompted a scathing response from Matteo Salvini, the overtly anti-Islam leader of the far-right Northern League.

Maybe we can have a discussion now:

What benefit does a mosque offer to Italy or the Italian people?

If there is even one benefit, we can discuss this. It not – and I guarantee there is not – then what are we even talking about?