In the Year 2016 we have armored vehicles, Snipers, anti-truck barriers, drones, the latest generation of smartphones, and special forces. These are the consequences of illegal immigration, multiculturalism, acceptance, Islam, tolerance and doing good. This is the multi-racial society that the Italian and European left have made that leave citizens locked up at home and terrified.
For security measures for New Year’s Eve, the city decided to lock down the streets where the celebrations will take place to celebrate the last night of the year. Interior Minister Marco Minniti , has no doubts: “The guard is very high,” he assures. “We have a security system at this time with the aim to ensure peace of mind to all.
Snipers in Rome
The Capitoline administration has also fielded snipers , horse patrols and police on bicycle. To complete the security, foot patrols and river police patrolling the city sailing on the Tiber. The main targets could be the Colosseum and the Circus Maximus. For these the security measures are more intense. In particular at the Circus Maximus, where there is a consistent flow of people to the events scheduled, five access gates to the area they were prepared. To ensure safety during the party on the bridges have been set up shatterproof planters and police checks with metal detectors.
Smartphone counterterrorism in Milan
In Sarano Milan smartphone latest generation for live shots that, along with cameras, allow sight in real time of happenings. It is a technology enabled only during major events, and thanks to an exclusive part of the bandwidth allows us to have clear images without suffering the network overload. As protection from Piazza Duomo are the concrete armed barriers, mounted on December 21 immediately after the attack in Berlin to hold the eventual collision of a truck.
Metal detectors in Florence
To access the concert of Marco Mengoni, which will take place in Piazzale Michelangelo, the police in Florence have placed several metal detectors for security to concertone New Year.
Drones in Bologna
In the capital of Emilia Romagna the choice to protect citizens fell on drones that fly over the city’s skies streaming the Piazza Maggiore images. These particular drones weigh twenty pounds, have six electric motors and a wingspan that exceeds a meter, cost 40 thousand euro and fly like a remote-controlled toy car. They are also the most effective tools to ensure timely assistance in case of need.