Italy: Migrants “Face Extreme Danger” from Hostile Native Population

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 5, 2015

Instead of giving immigrants free everything and a license to rape little girls, Italians put Moslems in cages.
Instead of giving immigrants free everything and a license to rape little girls, Italians put Moslems in cages.

Please note that Italians, unlike Northern Europeans, still maintain a sense of collective identity.

That is why you have this.


Several leading human rights groups have warned that alarming levels of hostility directed towards migrants in Italy could soon turn to violence, and that anti-migrant rhetoric from both politicians and the Italian media is exacerbating the problem.

According to the most recent data from the Italian Ministry of Interior and Save the Children, 3,528 migrants reached the Italian coast in January of this year, including 195 women and 374 children, a rise of 60% compared to the number of migrants arriving in January 2014. The crossing is highly dangerous: earlier this month it was reported that 300 migrants had drowned in a single week in treacherous weather conditions.

However, despite their plight the migrants have been poorly received in some parts of the country. According to the Times, a recent survey suggests that a third of Italians believe that migrants should be abandoned at sea and there have been reports of angry scenes at locations across the country as migrants are distributed at various refugee centres.

In Venice last week, a furious chain of people barricaded a group of Syrians inside a bus, according to the Times, and a local councillor, Giorgio Vianello, upon hearing that 37 Syrians were to be put up in a centre on the Lido in Venice, argued that residents should be given licences to carry guns on request.

According to Matteo de Bellis, a campaigner at Amnesty International, there are increasing discussions in the media about how much migrants are costing Italy. Several prominent political figures have publicly declared that migrants should stay in their home countries, and that search and rescue operations should not be implemented. De Bellis gave the example of Matteo Salvini, head of the anti-immigrant Northern League party, calling for migrant vessels to be ignored, rather than rescued.

“Anti-migrant rhetoric has been a problem clearly in Italy for several years and it is very strong at the moment, perhaps stronger than ever,” says de Bellis. “Several reasons explain this. Certain political leaders are clearly using anti-immigrant rhetoric to attract attention, which is extremely dangerous. Local authorities are having to respond to their citizens because of the economic downturn, and we have also seen an increase in arrivals by ship.”

Of course anti-immigrant “rhetoric” is stronger than ever, as you yourself just said, there are more immigrants than ever!

Why on earth would people want these monsters in their countries?  It is just taken as assumed that all Europeans deserve to be forced to surrender their homeland to alien forces, and yet there is no longer even a proposed benefit to Europeans.  It is just that we must suffer because it is a moral obligation.  Again I must stress: in order for any of this to make sense, we are going to have to stop talking about morality.

As we have said before, it is from Southern Europe that Northern Europeans (including Americans) should be drawing inspiration.  They are at least willing to fight a little bit.