The mayhem broke out at migrant repatriation center (CPR) in Turin when illegal migrants housed in the facility began protesting against what they perceive to be “inhumane conditions,” Italian broadcaster TGCOM24 reports. (What no room service?)
Voice of Europe (h/t Thereza B) A group of asylum center inhabitants set fire to eight housing units – the so-called ‘purple’ and ‘yellow’ wings of the housing complex. It took several firefighting brigades more than an hour to put out the fire. Police were also summoned to calm the situation.
The day before, a group of far-left Antifa thugs declared a hunger strike to ‘protest’ against the free food served and free healthcare administered at the facility, as well as free roof provided over the heads of the illegal migrants.
Tensions at the facility have been mounting since late August, when Muslim illegals rioted, set fires, and hurled rocks at police officers. The incident saw three people arrested and left one police officer with multiple broken fingers.
A few days later a security guard working at the asylum was injured after four migrants tried to escape the facility.
In October, angry migrants clashed with Greek police and set fire to asylum centers on two separate occasions – one at a camp on the island of Samos and the other at a camp on the island of Lesbos. One of the incidents left two dead while the other left hundreds of migrants without proper shelter.