34% of Italians Want to Expel all Foreigners, Recent Survey Says

The Italian newspaper “Il Giorno” recently published a very interesting survey themed on multiculturalism and mass-immigration. The results show how many Italians really feel, out of patience and exhausted of the ongoing “migrant crisis”. Various questions were asked and here are the results.

According to Antonio Noto’s survey, 42% of the Italians interviewed believe that the white color of their skin is still a value that must be defended, 34% of them as the title stated believe the expulsion of non-European migrants is a good solution and would totally be ok with their instant deportation. 32% stated that they have no desire to start any kind of relationship with migrants, both in friendship and workplace situations. 23% disagrees with unions between Italians and migrants. Only 7% declared themselves as racist and this result shouldn’t surprise anyone, why? Because defending our heritage, our culture and ethnicity does not necessarily imply that we hate whoever is not like us.

Loving ourselves, our people, our cultures, our Identity is not wrong, nor racist. The left has been trying to brainwash us for decades that being proud of who we are automatically means we are hateful and close-minded individuals, but the European peoples are finally waking up, nobody wants to keep this farce going, the times of self-hatred and ethnocultural suicide are over.

Immigration, together with the European Union, is one of the most important topics which will decide the outcome of the upcoming elections, the 4th of March. The center-right coalition (containing Berlusconi’s Forza Italia, Salvini’s euro-skeptic Lega and Meloni’s nationalist Fratelli D’Italia) has focused their campaign on the mass-immigration issue, both Salvini and Berlusconi promised deportations and solutions to fight the invasion of African and Arab migrants. Berlusconi called the thousands of illegals in Italy a “social timebomb”.

 

 

 

 

Italian student, identitarian and political activist.