Beginning of An Italian Civil War Against Immigration
By Enza Ferreri
For once we have riots that are not by anti-white black protesters — to whose violence (in) Ferguson (Missouri, USA), among others, has accustomed us — but by indigenous Europeans defending their land against invaders.
In Rome, on the night of 10–11 November, a group of residents of the Tor Sapienza suburb living in public housing attempted to assault the local centre for refugees and asylum seekers incongruously named “Il sorriso” (The Smile), throwing stones and bottles and setting dumpsters on fire, amidst broken glass and screams of “We want to burn you”.
The reception centre houses over 40 youths — Gambians, Congolese, Ethiopians and other Africans, plus Afghans and Syrians — rescued from their boats crossing the Mediterranean.
The local residents have long been concerned about health and crime issues associated…
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