Italian Law Enforced? UN Shrills For Illegals!

More disgraceful news, from Italy, where the enforcement of the law – belated but still better late than never – has provoked prolonged shrilling from the arrogant sticky-beaks of both the United Nations and Amnesty International.


Who’d Trust ANY Of Amnesty’s Crimmigrant Liars? 


So not only have they gate-crashed a civilised country but they have done the same to Italian private property in that country’s capital city.

Worthless wasters!

What is somewhat disturbing it that the owners of the listed building have had to wait the best part of TWO YEARS for police to enforce a clear ruling by a judge who  ordered the eviction of the squatters.


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This is dilatory justice!

But instead of lamenting how long it’s taken to get the crimmigrants out, the report prefers to focus on the problems incurred by those who illegally occupied the property.

As, it seems, do the local authorities, who announced that in the end, dozens of evicted people spent the night between Saturday and Sunday on the square outside their former home, surrounded by suitcases.




For pity’s sake!

That totally negates the point of the eviction.

How can the owners get started on the redevelopment they sought the order for?

And there was worse than that to read –

In a statement, police said the owners of the building would pay to relocate the migrants…


If anything, the damned ‘migrants’ should be forced to work for free on the redevelopment project!

That’s the least fairness requires, given the long delay their noisome presence has caused.

But then the police changed the story!

…but they issued a denial in a later statement.

Weird! What went on between the two versions? Intimidation of, and then resistance by, the wronged owners?

We don’t know, but we do know that all the usual sticky-beak suspects sent up a chorus of solidarity with the undesirables.


The eviction was criticized by Amnesty International, the UN Refugee Agency UNHCR and Luigi Manconi, chairman of the Human Rights Committee of the Italian Senate...

A bad lot indeed, and what’s worse is that the UNHCR is run by – guess who – an ITALIAN!

Filippo Grandi, whom we’ve exposed as our common enemy before…



But while we must condemn this vile renegade, let’s not be taken in by the little bit we find at the end of the report, that the eviction was applauded by many politicians.

“We have to continue down this road, enforcing the law and no longer allowing anyone to occupy public or private buildings,” Senator Stefano Pedica of the center-left Democratic Party said…

Great stuff. Yeah, but until this party, the party of Red Renzi…

…who manacled the police by decriminalising illegal immigration and let hundreds of thousands of these aliens pour into Italy, joins with good politicians…



….like Lega Nord’s Salvini, and launches an urgent, positive programme of mass ‘eviction,’ not from a single building in a Roman street, but from all Italy…

…THEN, and only then, can democracy be said to be the guiding light of Italian politics.