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Partial No-Go Zones

Reader comment on item: Italy's Apocalypse

Submitted by Carax, Nov 23, 2017 at 02:46

I grew up in northern Italy, Padua, Verona, Vicenza, and it is hard to believe my eyes the debilitating effect waves of immigrants have had on Italian society. I am disgusted and I have given up all hope, for Italy and for Europe.

The populations have been trained from birth to accept this new order. It is part of the new education system. A communist Pope who publicly kisses the feet of Imams doesn't help since it signals submission. As for no-go zones, according to what I've watched on local Italian newscasts, there are indeed partial no-go zones in Italy, around Naples and on Sicily around Trapani, Marsala, or another town, I cannot remember off-hand, that looks like you are in Beirut or some other Middle Eastern city and no longer in Italy. Naturally, mainstream media is silent about this reality.


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