The tiny Italian town of Vaccarozzi di Erbezzo officially has only seven residents, but has been told by Italian authorities that it will be receiving 80 illegal alien African Muslim invaders. 26 African freeloaders posing as asylum seekers have already arrived as part of a government resettlement program. And the small town, rightfully, is dreading the influx of dozens more.
LaStampa There are plans to resettle at least 80 migrants in the tiny town. Mayor Lucio Campedelli is worried about it:
“Sending 80 refugees here would turn this place upside down. They told us just before summer that they would arrive, but we can’t do anything about it. I don’t want to add fuel to the fire, but I hope they stop with these first 26 arrivals.”
Locals already call the Northern Italian mountain town “Muslim land.” In early November the first 26 migrants arrived after setting foot on Italy’s Southern shores. All of them Africans: Ghanaian, Nigerian, New Guinea, Sudan and the Ivory Coast, virtually all Muslim majority countries.
Liana, the barista of a local coffee bar says: “Sending 80 here is madness. It would completely change our land. Even sending two here would be too many if we didn’t ask for them.”
The town’s asylum seekers are now locked up in the former NATO barracks, guarded by gates and turrets.
Ielena, Romanian, caregiver of a nonagenarian confined to a bed, in Italy for a couple of years, deals with the flood of Muslims with the air that you would imagine optimistic of the migrant: “Let’s hope they are all children of God and are not here to kill us.” (Don’t dream)
Mr. Bruno with the tractor moving bales of hay for his cows strives to be quiet but it seems not at all reassured, “I am afraid they (Muslim invaders) will converge on the town at night, threatening the residents. But in the end we just seven, what can we do against 80?
“Putting 80 here is madness, a total distortion of our territory.”