Action, then words:
The authorities in Rome have begun dismantling illegal camps amid an outcry over three rapes last weekend that have been blamed on immigrants.
Mayor Gianni Alemanno supervised the demolition of about 30 camps, home to many Roma, or Gypsies, from Romania.
The call by Mr Calderoli, a leading member of the anti-immigrant Northern League party, comes as the government prepares new measures aimed at dealing with both crime and illegal immigrants.
Police say a mob of around 20 masked men beat up four Romanians outside a kebab restaurant in Rome on Sunday in an apparent vigilante attack.
Diversity failing as usual creates a backlash, and government’s smart enough to realize “Italy for Italians” isn’t as knuckle-dragging, immoral and intolerant as our media elites would have us believe.
Carol Thatcher refused to apologise for calling a French tennis player a ‘golliwog’ and claimed people were ‘far too easily offended in modern society’.
‘Ironically, it’s like we’re back 20 years ago before the fall of the Berlin Wall in Germany,’ she told Channel 5’s The Wright Stuff.
The 55-year-old daughter of former prime minister Margaret Thatcher also branded the person who leaked her comments a ‘bully’.
People are sick of pretentious elites who tell us what’s wrong, but never have a plan for what’s right, other than to just go with the flow, not rock the boat and never, ever tell someone else their ideas are unrealistic — it’s bad for business.
They’re reacting among other things to the type of government created by such elites, which is tolerant of dysfunction because its goal is to exploit.
Father-of-three Peter Drummond was so angry when he discovered someone had sold heroin to his family that he took matters into his own hands.
He confronted John Nellies in his home and flushed five of the drug dealer’s bags of heroin down the toilet.
But yesterday it was Drummond – not Nellies – who was ordered to serve two months for breaching the peace by barging into Nellies’s home and threatening him.
Government cannot and will not protect us against parasites. Its vision: we are each small islands, and we are totally autonomous and accountable to no one.
Why does it have this vision? It’s popular: people like to think they are in control of themselves and are fascinating, witty and important.
Reality tells us we’re all part of something larger, and when we deny that, we make horrors like ecocide and social decay.
The backlash gains momentum.