The parliamentary vote on the so-called ‘ius soli’ (right of soil) law was week postponed until later in the year.
Debate over the issue has grown heated, leading to physical confrontation when Education Minister Valeria Fedeli was allegedly pushed into a table by Northern League senators, while far-right protesters clashed with police outside the chamber.
It’s a hot-button issue for a number of reasons.
For one thing, the country’s major parties are gearing up for an election scheduled for early next year at the latest, and as things stand, none look set to get a majority.
The debate also comes as Italy is put under increasing pressure by the migration crisis that has brought thousands of people to its southern shores.
Why would a nation commit cultural and racial genocide. What type of people would ever feel that an African can be Italian. These are the questions I pose. I understand that Italy, like most of Europe, has no true history or understanding of multiculturalism. However, does a nation truly need to be overrun before understanding what can happen. Different people have different cultures. With that come different moralities and idiosyncrasies. Different wants and needs.
Traitors, such as Laura Boldrini, say they are our future our saviors. This Marxist wants people to believe that these will be future workers who will feed into the pension system to take of elderly Italians. First, this has been disputed economically. It would become nothing more than a Ponzi scheme requiring more and more new immigrants every year until Italy is no longer recognizable. Secondly, if what they say is true and the falling birth rate continues, the population will drop to 40 million Italians. This will lead to some bad times ahead due to the failing and corrupt systems of the past. But 40 million cultural strong Italians is more than the average European nation. There is no reason that with the right political and economic system in place Italy could not become a prosperous nation. It would also do so retaining it’s people and rich identity.
These are the choices. Do we sell our souls and future of our children for a promise of maintaining a corrupt system which will hand out a poultry few crumbs. Or do we buckle up for the inevitable battle and hard times ahead so that our descendants can live in our homeland as our people have always.