While the Italian government is battling an illegal alien Muslim invasion crisis of its own making ever since kicking out anti-migration hardliner, Deputy Prime Minister/Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, Minister of Interior Luciana Lamorgese (photo right) is calling on the European Union to tie the distribution of its €750 billion coronavirus recovery funds to member states’ acceptance of Muslim invaders.
REMIX News “I know that the countries of the Visegrád Four group (Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia) represent a different position, but the European Union is at a time of major upheavals, and in order to accomplish the European plans, it is also necessary to take responsibility. Responsibility cannot be exclusively in terms of economic-financial obligations,” Lamorgese said in an interview with Italian daily Il Foglio.
Euractiv The numbers speak for themselves. The Czech Republic should have relocated 2,691 refugees from Greece and Italy. It relocated 12. Hungary should have accepted 1,294 people but allowed NONE in. Poland was to take in 7,082 refugees but allowed NONE in. Slovakia was supposed to relocate 902 asylum seekers. But it took in 16 people (but only women and children).
Hungarian leader Viktor Orbán’s government has gone further, erecting a 175-km fence on the Serbian border at the start of the Muslim invasion crisis in 2015 and then organizing (and winning) an anti-EU quota referendum in 2016.
Whatever the reasons, all V4 states have ignored the EU quotas. As a result, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland were referred to the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) together for “non-compliance with their legal obligations” on relocation. Slovakia was let off because of the 16 relocated persons.
In a poll on immigration conducted by Italian news portal Affari Italiani, 65 percent of those asked said they don’t feel secure in their own country due to Muslim migration, saying that Italy was much safer when Salvini was interior minister. Another 55 percent of them would like to see Minister of Interior Luciana Lamorgese replaced immediately.
Italian ombudsman for personal freedom rights said at a Thursday press conference that Italy’s refugee centers currently have over 84,000 illegal migrants, almost 60,000 of them in large, overcrowded camps where sanitary conditions cannot be assured and where there are regular riots and group escapes.
Italy’s pro-Muslim migration government is now on the verge of collapse.