Far left wing Anti-fascist ‘fascist’ demonstrators gathered in Rome to protest what they perceive to be a rise in neo-fascist (anti-Muslim invasion) sentiment across Italy. Politicians, unionists and Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni joined the march to call for a stop to racism (Islam is not a race) and fascism (protecting oneself from Islam is not fascism) in the country.
EuroNews Scuffles have broken out between far-left protesters and members of a center-right Mateo Salvini’s Northern League party across Italy in the last few days ahead of the March 4 national election, a sign of rising tensions over the country’s migrant population.
Surveys indicate that many Italians blame Muslim invaders for violent crime. (And rightly so) Leaders of a centre-right campaign alliance, including former Premier Silvio Berlusconi and Mateo Salvini, have pledged to quickly deport huge numbers of the migrants if they win power.
In Milan, hundreds of anti-fascist fascists demontrators took to the streets ahead of planned neo-fascist rallies by the anti-Muslim invasion Northern League.
Independent Sentinel If you want to talk invasion, talk Italy. In just one day, 8,500 African migrants reached the Italian shores aboard 14 different ships, adding to the 5,000 who arrived the day before. This is going on continuously and no one seems to care.
This is a true invasion. The immigration of these migrants increased 30% in a few months. Italy expects 400,000 in the next year alone. These people aren’t refugees, they’re economic freeloaders and some are terrorists.
Italy’s migrant centers are said to be in a state of collapse. These so-called migrants are coming from all parts of Africa and they are almost all Muslims. They have nothing in common with Italians.
The head of Italy’s Northern League party, Matteo Salvini, expressed his frustration in a tweet to his followers, noting that the arrival of 8,500 illegal immigrants onto Italian soil was “f*cking enough.” “This complicit government will do nothing,” he wrote, “so it’s up to us to use every (licit) means we can,” while adding the hashtag #stopinvasione.
Italy’s national anti-mafia and counterterrorism prosecutor, Franco Roberti, has acknowledged that this new wave of landings poses its own dangers, and constitutes “a threat to national security.”
Long interview with Matteo Salvini: