ITALY: Newly arrived Muslim invaders (No, they are NOT refugees) are rioting in the streets of Milan and fighting with police because they don’t much like their temporary living conditions and are angry they haven’t been given the kind of food they demanded – hamburgers and pizza. Alessandro Morelli, local councillor for the Northern League in Milan, posted a video (below) showing the wild-eyed savages in action.
DMF In the video, one of the angry freeloaders complains, “We asked several times for better food.” “We complained hundreds of times, the food they are giving us here you wouldn’t even give to a ‘whore.'”
“For example, several times we asked for but never received pizza or a hamburger.” “The bread is hard. It’s not good. The menu needs to be redone completely. If I went to a restaurant with some friends, we would definitely eat better than we eat here.”
DMF More and more of these hotel protest stories, in which asylum seekers invaders stage some protest about the quality of the hotel they are lodged in at taxpayer expense. Perhaps Italy should put them up in fancy hotels like the one below instead?
Usually this is something absurdly trivial and almost invariably the story ends with the local authorities offering the invaders some other arrangement more to their liking.
Although the phenomenon is not particularly important in itself, it’s a good indication of the extraordinary sense of entitlement the invaders have, one that has been cultivated by the deranged compassionism of our ruling class.
Some Africans transferred from Sicily to Tuscany and headed for Livorno have got into a bother because they did not appreciate the Hotel Campiglia Marittima. The motives for the protest. There are many and rather fantastical. Notably their objection to the presence of married women in the hotel.
On getting out of the bus, the illegal invaders – all young men aged between 20 and 25 from North Africa – immediately started to protest their accommodations. Among their complaints is having to stay in a hotel where married women are present, Islam does not allow this kind of proximity.
But what also bothers the Africans is the logistical aggravation and their living space: “We don’t have enough space to cook on our own.” Something they were apparently used to having when they were in Sicily.
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