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Tiny Italian town with 7 inhabitants will receive 80 migrants

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posted on Nov, 30 2017 @ 11:20 AM
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a reply to: o0oTOPCATo0o

I feel bad for this small community.

I also feel bad for those who truly are refugees trying to escape perpetual war and terror.

This is not the right solution, though.

That is all.




posted on Nov, 30 2017 @ 11:22 AM
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7 people supporting 80. Seems like bad odds.

The job market in town must be bleak.

80 of 87 without a job is like 91.9% unemployment.

I can see it now:

Jisepi can't afford to hire 1 more puppet maker. He already has 36 people making puppets. The puppet market is saturated.



posted on Nov, 30 2017 @ 11:23 AM
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Soon all those residents will be dead or forced to convert to Islam.



posted on Nov, 30 2017 @ 11:46 AM
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originally posted by: Hecate666

And no, I don't feel sorry for them. I feel sorry for the Italians.


But its the Italians fault really. Had they not expanded the Roman empire into Africa then the region sub Sahara would still be living in the dark ages and they wouldn't have got their hands on the technology / transport to make the trip. It's all Romes fault really



posted on Nov, 30 2017 @ 12:00 PM
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originally posted by: o0oTOPCATo0o
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I saw this headline and it caught my eye.
So, who in their right mind would authorize 80 people to be housed in the smallest town that I've ever heard of?

Apparently, there are already 26 there already and citizens are concerned.
The Mayor is rightfully worried:


“Sending 80 refugees here would turn this place upside down. They told us just before summer that they would arrive, but we can’t do anything about it. I don’t want to add fuel to the fire, but I hope they stop with these first 26 arrivals.”


As of right now, the refugees are being housed in an old NATO barracks.
According to the source, they are very traumatized from a grueling trip away from their homeland.


The refugees are now locked up in the former NATO barracks managed by the Prefecture of Verona, which has granted the use of the area after a regular competition to the Versoprobo cooperative in Vercelli. You see a double gate, the sign "Alt let yourself be recognized" and in the distance you can see a turret. Impossible to enter. But for now the refugees who have yet to overcome the shock of their odyssey on a boat do not even go out.


They are only allowed (as of now) to leave with chaperones, on a shuttle.
You can see what a couple other of the seven townspeople think in the source article.

Now, I'm all for helping these refugees, who seem like have been through hell twice.
But is it right to force a town with such a small population to take on this many?
The mayor said it was only just before summer that they were aware that this would happen, and that there was no way around it.

I feel sorry for you. Guess your house values will drop to zero! Shocking. But Europe get used to this happening more and more as the M invasion grows. You can thank useless liberal politicians and the EU club for this! Native nationals will have to move out eventually as the M's take over. look at London it now has a M mayor! What a joke. We are being taken over yard by yard!



posted on Nov, 30 2017 @ 12:03 PM
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originally posted by: rickymouse
Soon all those residents will be dead or forced to convert to Islam.
High possibility or they just leave. Either way the M' take over! The EU is being invaded and guess what we are helping them do it without a shot fired!



posted on Nov, 30 2017 @ 12:08 PM
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Food for thought:




posted on Nov, 30 2017 @ 12:39 PM
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Just to answer some common questions:
Yes, all of the migrants (apologies for calling them refugees before) are male.
Yes, most of the town is elderly people and their caretakers.

There is a really great documentary, I believe it's called "The Lost Boys of Sudan"
Hopefully, these migrants are similar to the ones in that documentary and are decent people, escaping a terrible situation.

Anyway, check that out if you guys/gals ever get a chance.

Also, It's important to realize that they are being housed in an old barracks, like I stated before.
It is possible that they will be re-located to a place better suited for that many people.
As it stands now, though, they have 26, waiting for the remainder of the 80 to arrive.
I hope everyone involved ends up happy, but if all of them are to stay in that tiny town, it could be a bad situation, especially for the locals.



posted on Nov, 30 2017 @ 12:57 PM
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With those numbers it would be a total takeover though.

originally posted by: Painterz
Does it not strike you that a town with 7 inhabitants most of whom are probably very elderly, sort of desperately needs an infusion of young blood before it turns into a ghost town?



posted on Nov, 30 2017 @ 01:17 PM
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originally posted by: Skywatcher2011
I bet they wont integrate. They cant speak italian and will keep to themselves. Look for them building a temple soon in that small village.


And dont forget the rape.



posted on Nov, 30 2017 @ 01:33 PM
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originally posted by: Urantia1111

originally posted by: Skywatcher2011
I bet they wont integrate. They cant speak italian and will keep to themselves. Look for them building a temple soon in that small village.


And dont forget the rape.
That will almost be N.



posted on Nov, 30 2017 @ 01:46 PM
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They won't have to integrate, they are there in enough numbers not to bother. The locals will move out or die out and it will become yet another no go area (of which there aren't any of course hush my mouth for even uttering those words)

The EU Parliament (gawd love 'em) decided how many migrants each country got. Italy has been flooded with them in the South, the poorest region of Italy, luckily many don't want to stay there but traverse the length & breadth of Italy to get to Germany Sweden and UK. So much for stopping at the first safe country.....which of course they never do they want the countries with the best benefits and most aren't interested in jobs, they have other plans



posted on Nov, 30 2017 @ 02:38 PM
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escaping what exactly?


What do you know about the wider world?
Probably as little as you know about the neighboring village.
Yet you think you can tell people about how they should act half way across the world?



God forbid they should attempt to make their own countries better,

God forbid you should attempt to help make the world better.



posted on Nov, 30 2017 @ 03:31 PM
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originally posted by: RP2SticksOfDynamite

originally posted by: rickymouse
Soon all those residents will be dead or forced to convert to Islam.
High possibility or they just leave. Either way the M' take over! The EU is being invaded and guess what we are helping them do it without a shot fired!


The EU is trying to make it so we beg for them to take over. Most people won't realize that they are setting this up. This tactic has been used for many centuries, maybe even a thousand years. Bring in people to disturb your society then have the residents beg for stronger rules and regulations and for cops on every corner.

I don't know why people can't see this being implemented. It is a think tank product, but evidently the people in the think tank can't think out of the box at all. I hope they aren't paying these think tank people much, they are going to royally screw up things. If the wrong type of people from the Islam Religion get their foot in the door, they could make it hell. There are a lot of good Muslims, but they aren't vetting the refugees well enough. If the world pitched in, we could set them up in the corner of their own country or another Muslim country that we are allied with temporarily and protect them better. I am sure what the Muslims learn in our societies will make it harder to return back to their country too.

Mixing different races in a society works ok. Mixing different cultures into a society that are way different never works unless the person wants to be like those in the new society and will follow all the rules and laws of the society. The EU needs some good people to oversee it, it doesn't appear that the people running it are wise.



posted on Nov, 30 2017 @ 04:09 PM
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originally posted by: eletheia


Hardly increasing the population?? More like starting a small nation??


Where are the facilities ... Houses, shops, sanitation, utilities for this

vast increase in population.


This is not diversity or intergration this is an invasion.


Get over yourself. There is no invasion.




posted on Nov, 30 2017 @ 04:11 PM
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originally posted by: o0oTOPCATo0o
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Source's Source (In Italian)

I saw this headline and it caught my eye.
So, who in their right mind would authorize 80 people to be housed in the smallest town that I've ever heard of?

Apparently, there are already 26 there already and citizens are concerned.
The Mayor is rightfully worried:


“Sending 80 refugees here would turn this place upside down. They told us just before summer that they would arrive, but we can’t do anything about it. I don’t want to add fuel to the fire, but I hope they stop with these first 26 arrivals.”


As of right now, the refugees are being housed in an old NATO barracks.
According to the source, they are very traumatized from a grueling trip away from their homeland.


The refugees are now locked up in the former NATO barracks managed by the Prefecture of Verona, which has granted the use of the area after a regular competition to the Versoprobo cooperative in Vercelli. You see a double gate, the sign "Alt let yourself be recognized" and in the distance you can see a turret. Impossible to enter. But for now the refugees who have yet to overcome the shock of their odyssey on a boat do not even go out.


They are only allowed (as of now) to leave with chaperones, on a shuttle.
You can see what a couple other of the seven townspeople think in the source article.

Now, I'm all for helping these refugees, who seem like have been through hell twice.
But is it right to force a town with such a small population to take on this many?
The mayor said it was only just before summer that they were aware that this would happen, and that there was no way around it.



I would imagine they are traumatized by a lot of things. I just don't get it. Why would you take an influx of displaced, and traumatized people and put them in a remote area with little infrastructure let alone the specialized mental health support that they need?

There are dysfunctional behaviors associated with trauma and this isn't helpful for the refugees and further, it's like the current residents just don't matter. It's almost like they are just shoving 100 people out of the way somewhere where the local population doesn't have the power to do anything about it.



posted on Nov, 30 2017 @ 04:23 PM
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I wonder if this is intentional by the Italian government. There are, literally, hundreds of abandoned villages in italy, and a further number of villages that only have a handful of elderly residents living there. From what i've read they have somewhat of an epidemic of young people moving into the cities and metropolitan areas.

If they interview these migrants and focus on people who have some agricultural background it could help revive some of italy's economy, and the improve the rural economy considerably.

Of course, there is the consideration that putting large groups of a completely different ethnicity together in isolated rural areas won't be conducive to integration with the rest of Italian society.
edit on 30-11-2017 by Slanter because: One word



posted on Nov, 30 2017 @ 04:37 PM
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Not a good idea..if true.
If there are only 7 people I doubt the infrastructure is there to support 10 fold more..even if there was it would be overwhelming to the locals.



posted on Nov, 30 2017 @ 04:56 PM
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originally posted by: redhorse

I would imagine they are traumatized by a lot of things. I just don't get it. Why would you take an influx of displaced, and traumatized people and put them in a remote area with little infrastructure let alone the specialized mental health support that they need?



There is an influx arriving in the country by boats full of people being

smuggled in by 'people smugglers' plus the EU have given the countries

quota's of numbers of refugees/migrants they have to take in.

Not expecting such numbers the countries dont have the accomodation

or facilities to cope with the numbers




There are dysfunctional behaviors associated with trauma and this isn't helpful for the refugees and further, it's like the current residents just don't matter. It's almost like they are just shoving 100 people out of the way somewhere where the local population doesn't have the power to do anything about it.



Got it in one ... How does one cope with the uncopable



posted on Nov, 30 2017 @ 05:12 PM
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originally posted by: Slanter
I wonder if this is intentional by the Italian government. There are, literally, hundreds of abandoned villages in italy, and a further number of villages that only have a handful of elderly residents living there. From what i've read they have somewhat of an epidemic of young people moving into the cities and metropolitan areas.

If they interview these migrants and focus on people who have some agricultural background it could help revive some of italy's economy, and the improve the rural economy considerably.

Of course, there is the consideration that putting large groups of a completely different ethnicity together in isolated rural areas won't be conducive to integration with the rest of Italian society.


lol nothing like kicking the can down the road , do you live in Italy , Europe , ?




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