Migrants at a rally in Italy declared they are prepared to “go to war” against the new administration, which is working swiftly to seal Italy’s borders and deport illegal aliens en masse.
“We are a solution for Italy, because before immigration, Italy was not like this,” declared a man at a recent demonstration, according to a translation by linguists at Vlad Tepes blog. “The government had practically nothing."
"With immigration, they have succeeded in competing with European nations.”
“They want to change the solution into problems," he added. "We say that we are ready to compete and go to war with Salvini and Di Maio.”
Matteo Salvini and Luigi Di Maio currently serve as co-deputy prime ministers of Italy, with Salvini establishing himself as a border control advocate for Italy which has seen hundreds of thousands of migrants landing on Italian shores in the last few years.
Having greatly decreased migrant arrivals to Italy in less than four months in office, Salvini recently announced that his administration is moving to the next phase of their immigration crackdown — a rapid escalation of deportations.
“Now we are working to increase expulsions, something that those who preceded me unfortunately did not,” Salvini said in early September.
“Italy must be the protagonist of the process of stabilization of the Mediterranean . . . The incursions of others who have economic interests must not prevail over the common good that is peace.”
One of Salvini’s key promises on the campaign trail was a vow to deport as many as 500,000 illegal aliens from Italy — an endeavor many believe could potentially lead to mass-scale violence.
“It’s a huge public security problem because nobody can do anything about it,” Italian journalist Luca Donadel told Infowars Europe. “You would have to bring the army to move these people — it’s a really big risk.”
At least 7 out of 10 migrants who cross from Africa to Europe are merely ‘searching for a better life’ – not fleeing wartorn homelands, according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. The vast majority are also able-bodied adult males.
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