October 13, 2018
Shut em’ down!
It turns out there’s this one simple trick guaranteed to cleanse your country from undesirable aliens.
You just need to make their lives a living hell.
Salvini really knows what he’s doing.
Italy’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Matteo Salvini is planning a 9 p.m. curfew for “ethnic shops” which attract drunks, drug dealers, and “people who raise hell” at night.
This is exactly what we all need.
It’s been done before.
At 9PM, too. Very inspired.
The populist-nationalist League (Lega) leader, whose popularity has surged since he joined with the anti-establishment Five Star Movement (M5S) to form a eurosceptic, anti-mass migration coalition, announced the controversial policy in a Facebook address reported by Euronews.
He’s announcing policies via Facebook. This is populism.
I recommend you check out his Facebook feed, using Google translate. He’s joking about niggers paying our pensions and everything.
“[There will be an amendment] for the closure by 21:00 of those little ethnic shops that in the evening become a meeting place for drunk people and drug dealers,” said the Italian leader.
Using highly charged language, he said that establishment of this sort were attracting people “who drink beer and whisky until 3 a.m. and raise hell” and “piss and shit everywhere” as well.
“It’s not polite,” he added, revealing that he lived nearby to such places himself, and that he believed they were degrading the quality of life of many Italians.
Basically, he’s forcing brown people to close up their shops early so that their disgusting customers will clear up the streets.
Italians have a right to live their lives in peace, free from this evil.
They’re pissing and shitting everywhere, for God’s sake.
Andrea Marcucci, a politician from the establishment left-wing Democratic Party which crumbled in the face of the populist surge during the election that put Salvini in government, complained that imposing curfews was the action of “a regime”.
You’re damn right it is.
This is now the “Salvini regime.”
His word is law. And God help you if you try to get in his way.
Not even the leaders of the EU are safe from his scathing words.
I have no idea what he’s saying, but that photo comparison is pretty savage.
Carlo Rienzi, who heads the Codacons consumer association, agreed it was unfair to “generalise”, but conceded that action needed to be taken against businesses which had “created disorder” and “degraded” communities
Yes – brown people degrade communities and create disorder. This is obvious. It’s about time someone did something about it.
While Salvini has pushed several nationalist policies since coming to office, such as blocking NGO ships ferrying illegal migrants from North Africa from docking in Italian ports, and reallocating funds from migrant ‘integration’ programmes to the recruitment of 10,000 extra police officers, not all of his policies fall within the bounds of traditional fiscal conservatism.
For example, he has expressed a willingness to increase support for Italians to have families, so the country is not dependent on mass migration to resolve demographic issues, and to lower the retirement age, which he believes will actually create “tens of thousands of jobs”.
Salvini’s program is full-on nationalism. He doesn’t pretend to care about “values and principles.” It’s all about what’s good for the Italian people.
Italy’s situation could well cause a domino effect, where Europeans in other countries realize they don’t have to put up with globalist cucks and start voting in populists en-masse.