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Italy Crackdowns Migrant Housing 1,500 refugees Since 2010.

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posted on Mar, 6 2019 @ 08:14 PM
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Italy's gov begin on cracking down migrant camps that were left unchallenged by authorities that allowed them. In San Ferdinando 1 500 migrants have being evicted.

Salvini crackdown: bulldozers demolish Italian camp housing 1,500 refugees




More than 1,500 people are being ousted from the refugee camp at San Ferdinando, in southern Italy, in the largest eviction since Italy’s rightwing populist government’s immigration measures kicked in.

On Wednesday morning, almost 1,000 paramilitary police officers surrounded the 400 shacks where the migrants have lived since the camp was established in 2010, near Gioia Tauro, in Calabria. As people were ushered out clutching their few possessions, bulldozers demolished the shanty town of cardboard and wood huts in a matter of hours.






Celeste Logiacco, union leader for Flai-CGIL, told the Guardian that the camp was home to at least 200 women, many of them victims of sex trafficking. “I just hope they will find a safe place for them,” she said. “They are vulnerable women who need help and support.’’







Two months later another informal shantytown, Borreano, in Basilicata, which also housed hundreds of African workers, was demolished. Last May the informal camp in Campobello di Mazara in Sicily was demolished by the local authorities, who deemed it too dangerous for people to live there because of the human waste scattered around an area that had no electricity, toilets or showers.

Migrant labour is a booming business in Sicily, not only for farmers but also for the contractors who recruit men and women to work illegally in the fields.
Some Africans who have seen their camps destroyed say they are being paid €2 (£1.71) an hour, €7.50 below the legal minimum wage.




posted on Mar, 6 2019 @ 08:19 PM
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A bit of a reasonable article from the the guardian for once.

Its not a surprise that the Aid and NGO groups are condemning the gov and its action.
Seeing these are the same aid groups that have so far have failed to do anything positive to those illegally African Migrants which their human traffickers had brought them to Italy.




Laws passed in 2017 promised eight-year prison sentences for those recruiting and exploiting migrant workers. But Italian labour unions say up to 300,000 illegal workers continue to generate billions of euros a year in profit for Italy’s agricultural sector.


There is another reason why Italian and European Leftists want more African migrants and that's cheap labour. Modern day slavery.



posted on Mar, 6 2019 @ 08:24 PM
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So there is still some backbone left in europe, that's refreshing.

Sad for the victims involved, but creating more victims in an attempt to ease others isn't necessarily the answer.



posted on Mar, 6 2019 @ 08:26 PM
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Yep, corporate slavery in addition to the social upheaval these non assimilating people bring about. Similar to our H1B visa program to bring people in at slave wages. No wage bargaining power period. They are good tools to keep technology wages down across the board. If these visa holders complain, well then you are fired and back to your home country you go.

'We just can't find skilled workers' ... bs!!! ... They just don't want to pay the wages needed or 'gasp' offer training themselves.



posted on Mar, 6 2019 @ 08:29 PM
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Countries are going to exist at different stages of advancement and prosperity, they have throughout history.

It's a sad reality, but progress happens at different rates for different regions, it's because of the progress of "better" nations that allows those below it to maintain a course to advancement. This modern assumption that you can catapult everyone to the same level within years(something that takes centuries) is a foolish and dangerous idea that's propagated by feelings, not logic.



posted on Mar, 6 2019 @ 08:33 PM
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originally posted by: ClovenSky
Yep, corporate slavery in addition to the social upheaval these non assimilating people bring about. Similar to our H1B visa program to bring people in at slave wages. No wage bargaining power period. They are good tools to keep technology wages down across the board. If these visa holders complain, well then you are fired and back to your home country you go.

'We just can't find skilled workers' ... bs!!! ... They just don't want to pay the wages needed or 'gasp' offer training themselves.


Maybe if the US stops dropping 30,000 bombs on Muslim countries every year we would have less refugees.



posted on Mar, 6 2019 @ 08:34 PM
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Finally doing something about African and Muslim colonization.

Good! Kick the damn Colonizers out!!!



posted on Mar, 6 2019 @ 08:34 PM
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a reply to: dfnj2015


Maybe if they got off our damn oil we wouldn't have to bomb them.



posted on Mar, 6 2019 @ 08:36 PM
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originally posted by: AtlasHawk
A bit of a reasonable article from the the guardian for once.

Its not a surprise that the Aid and NGO groups are condemning the gov and its action.
Seeing these are the same aid groups that have so far have failed to do anything positive to those illegally African Migrants which their human traffickers had brought them to Italy.




Laws passed in 2017 promised eight-year prison sentences for those recruiting and exploiting migrant workers. But Italian labour unions say up to 300,000 illegal workers continue to generate billions of euros a year in profit for Italy’s agricultural sector.


There is another reason why Italian and European Leftists want more African migrants and that's cheap labour. Modern day slavery.


Another reason is the easy access to victims for the Pro Sex Slavery crowd and Pro pedophilia crowd.

Italys leftists are just as deranged as the North American ones.



posted on Mar, 7 2019 @ 03:23 AM
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originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus
a reply to: dfnj2015


Maybe if they got off our damn oil we wouldn't have to bomb them.


Don't say that.

What would I watch on the telly at 6pm.




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