Sunday, 5 June 2016

TORINO DI SANGRO. It has happened again. Another immigrant protest in Torino di Sangro. 
...The group of inhabitants brought containers, metal netting, sticks and tyres onto the highway slightly before the bridge over the Sangro river and improvised a sit-in protest against the "overcooked rice" blocking traffic on the road around 12 and for three quarters of an hour. 
...The incident provoked disputes and protests from the residents. Also because it is not the first time the immigrants have occupied the road. They already did it a year ago a short distance from the Hotel Lecceta. "An annoyance that unfortunately we have to put up with otherwise we are accused of racism," some citizens protested.
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3 comments:

  1. Los comunistas han encontrado una nueva herramienta para todo tipo de asuntos, está claro que esa herramienta son los nuevos huéspedes en Occidente.

    Se acaba la paciencia de los occidentales.

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  2. I am personally liking very much rice being overcooked

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  3. Why is it the responsibility of any European country to give these “refugees”(most are economic refugees) a better life? Europe has nothing to gain by letting or bringing these people in. Europe, your first and last obligation is to your people. What do the “refugees” have to offer? They bring nothing to the table. Europeans first in Europe, not last.

    Why don’t muslim “asylum seekers” go to Qatar, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates , Oman, Saudi Arabia or any of the other rich muslim countries? These are Islamic countries therefore more suitable for them.

    Has there ever been a European country that benefited by opening it’s borders to non-Europeans? If so, name it. Do they make Europe a safer place to live? Have they made Europe great? Are they good for tourism? Do they bring anything positive to Europe? Do they respect the citizens of Europe and the customs? Do they support themselves without burdening the tax payers? Do they burden the judicial system due to high crime rates? Do they love Europe or what they can get from her?

    Do they victimize the European people in large proportions to their small numbers? Wouldn’t crimes against the European people foreshadow their true intentions? Do they trash up the areas they inhabit in Europe? If they victimize the host country’s people and trash up their land after they have been given a new start at life, wouldn’t that be like a direct “screw you”? Do they demand you to change your ways and customs so they can tolerate you? Do they respect the peoples government? Your family? Your people? Your culture?

    If they are guilty of three of these questions then It would be safe to say they should not be in Europe. There is more harm than good for Europe and her people.


    If a country don’t let the non Europeans flood their land they are called "far right" "racist" "Nazis" and "xenophobic". If they let them in, their country, their culture, their lives, their descendants lives will be torn apart. Which one is easier to live with? Which one does the most damage? Which choice is beneficial to the country and it’s people? Hint: Name calling will not destroy a country and it's people. Europe, wake up and take a stand before it’s too late and you lose everything.


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