in the article of February 7, entitled “Forza Nuova against nuns” it is claimed that this movement would threaten the cloistered nuns of Sogliano al Rubicone.
The fact that an openly Catholic movement as Forza Nuova would threaten the cloistered nuns, as well as the paradoxical affirmation, is a ridiculous lie.
Our strong opposition , which on this occasion was highlighted with the display of a banner, is directed , not toward women who have consecrated their lives to prayer, but to associations such as Caritas who, oblivious of the sufferings of so many Italian families , now seem to have directed their attention to the activities of consistent profit we renamed “refugees business”. This we believe is inconsistent with sound doctrine that has seen centuries legions of missionaries organize good works the livelihoods and lives of entire populations in the peripheries of the world, and then bring millions of these poor people to the Faith.
Today, part of the Italian clergy and organizations like Caritas are no longer interested in the many Italian families to the extreme, they prefer to support immigrants, not refugees (the statistics are clear in highlighting that the real percentage of refugees are below 5% ) and disregard of ‘obvious danger of jihadists who quietly settle on our territory; the feeling instead of the vast majority of Catholics of indignation at seeing the state of the resources expended in support of non-Italians, at a time of serious social crisis, as evidenced by the Mafia process capital, in the enrichment of a few criminals.
Many Italians now agree with us when we say “charity begins at home” , or when we cry, “first Italians” or, finally, when we say “every nation has its own land and every land has its own people” .
Great sympathy for the cloistered nuns of this moral anomaly, of which Caritas is the protagonist, can not and certainly will not want to know anything.