July 24, 2008, - 11:20 am

Italy: Doing “The Work Americans Won’t Do”

By Debbie Schlussel
Now that it’s too late and Italy is overrun by Muslim immigrants (been to Sicily, lately? It’s no longer Cosa Nostra, it’s Cosa Muslima), Italy is finally doing what Americans–ie., the U.S. Congress, the President, DHS, and ICE) won’t do.
Yesterday, the Italian Parliament gave final approval to national security package that includes toughened rules on illegal aliens. In Italy, it’s needed as a response to the increased street crime the mostly Muslim aliens have brought upon the geographic boot on the Mediterranean.
Not only is Italy increasing jail sentences by a third for criminal offenders who are also illegal aliens and expelling all foreigners who’ve been sentenced to more than two years in prison, but Italy is now making it illegal to rent an apartment to illegal aliens.


Italy’s PM Silvio Berlusconi Gets Tough on Illegal Aliens

Well, whaddya know? This is the same law–prohibiting apartment rentals to illegal aliens–that several cities from Pennsylvania to Texas have enacted, but which our courts have aborted. It’s also the same law that the Congress refuses to enact and that the President opposes.
Here are a few stats from Sandro Mazzatorta of Italy’s Northern League Party:

Foreigners committed 60% of the attempted homicides, 60% of the robberies (and) 82% of the muggings [in the city of Brescia, Italy, last year].

Unlike some other politicians running for leaders of their countries who shall remain nameless and obvious, Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi actually followed through on his re-election campaign promise to crackdown on illegal aliens in his country. Viva Silvio. Bravo.
Italy . . . Doing the Work that American Just Won’t Do.

4 Responses

I suppose this was the result of a long-standing promise by Berlusconi to the Northern League party that is part of his coalition. The Minister of the Interior is a member of the Northern League party.
The Northern League party has been often described as neo-fascist and it’s not uncommon for people in Italy to say so. It’s hard to say given the degree to which European journalism is so slanted. That being said, their graffitti can be found in Northern Italy and it sometimes makes clear their separatist and white-supremacist sympathies.

There is NO Santa Claus on July 24, 2008 at 12:15 pm

Good for the Italians. Maybe this will serve to start to wake up the rest of the world to a necessary measure. Safeguarding your country and culture.

samurai on July 24, 2008 at 12:22 pm

Nothern Italians in particular feel resentful of sending money south to Rome that somehow gets wasted. That’s a sentiment common to both Italo-Germans and Italians in the North. And the South isn’t any better off despite decades of Northern subsidies. With this package of tough anti-illegal immigration measures, it may well be too late for Italy. But its a heck of a lot better than doing nothing.

NormanF on July 24, 2008 at 12:39 pm

There are a few political figures running for Congress who are serious about combatting illegal immigration, and those are the people I support. A great example is Lou Berletta, from Hazelton Pa., who enacted tough laws against illegal immigrants, now part of a court fight. He is running for Congress now in Pennsylvania.
None of the top political misleaders will do anything, and the best hope, in the absence of a mass movement against illegal immigration is supporting candidates who will actually try to do something.

c f on July 24, 2008 at 3:14 pm

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