WOW…it’s about freaking time! Someone in Europe has finally grown a pair and is taking a stand against the destructive influx of refugees that is causing a major societal breakdown by Islamic fundamentalists.
Of all the European countries of course it is Italy that has decided to stand up for themselves and their right to live by the laws of their own country and not the ones being shoved down their throats by refugees.
Italy is seemingly taking a similar approach to the issue as President-elect, Donald Trump has campaigned about. We’re talking about a complete halt on the intake of refugees and their resettlement. Although this seems to be a hard-line approach tot he issue, it seems necessary for security and time to strengthen their borders.
Desperate times call for desperate measures, and Italy is in desperate times.
Also a part of the plan is deportations. Many of them.
The time has come for Italy to take a tougher stance, and they are now ready to do so.
According to the International Business Times:
Italy is to take a tougher stance on illegal migration in 2017, following a 12-month period that saw a record number of migrants enter the country, estimated at 500,000.
The move by Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni is his first major policy change and marks a different mindset to his predecessor Matteo Renzi, who adopted a more laid-back approach.
Franco Gabrielli, the chief of police sent a two-page document to stations around Italy, asking them to deport and identify economic migrants who are not entitled to asylum.
Italy is stepping up their game on illegal migration starting in 2017. Following a 12-month period in which they saw a record number of migrants enter their country they knew that the time was now or never.
The move by the Prime Minister is his first major policy change and quite frankly marks a whole different mindset and new era for the country that differs completely from his more laid-back predecessor, Matteo Renzi.
The chief of police in Italy sent out a two-page document to stations around Italy, in that document he is asking them to deport and identify economic migrants who are not entitled to asylum.
With Italy being considered the ‘front line’ of the refugee ordeal spreading across the continent like a plague, this comes as very good news for Europe in general.
Here’s hoping this sort of order catches fire. Order is necessary, chaos is the direct opposite of that…
Do you agree with this approach?