Minors have been harassed on buses by asylum seekers who are guests of the ruling party, the PD (Partito Democratico), operating in the province of Grosseto. Some parents of minors who on Wednesday afternoon traveled from Grosseto to Massa Marittima reported episodes that are described as “routine”. Even though they are viewed as molesters, nothing or very little will come of it. This is due in part that the incidents never materialize (and fortunately) to real violence. The other factor is that many are treated as guests of the PD. An example, on Wednesday afternoons along the Grosseto – Massa Marittima line, some asylum seekers went up in Tripoli in a state of drunkedness.
“My daughter – tells a parent – said she saw one even climb on board with two bottles that appeared to be of wine or other liquor. And the state of puberty was obvious. This person started talking to other asylum seekers on the bus, but did not do it normally, but screaming in a rather hoarse manner. My daughter was with friends, all minors, and they were all afraid that the situation might degenerate. ”
Before this could happen, however, the young driver of the bus stopped the vehicle and called the carabinieri.
“When the officers arrived at the bus,” said the parent of one of the girls on board, “the community of invaders had suddenly calmed down. They sat on the seats as quiet passengers, exhibited the card issued by the Region and everything was over. After a while the carabinieri left, the bus resumed and when it came near La Castellaccia, where they seemed to be guests, the committee went down heavily against the driver. ”
Tales of this kind are now on the agenda. “With these free movement cards – concludes the parent – asylum seekers travel long and wide. It’s fine, as long as they keep their attitude and consistency. ”
Is that fine? In no way. The guests of the PD Marxists travel free, at the expense of taxpayers. Even if they did it politely it would be scandalous. The fact that they do it by harassing girls makes it also illegal. Are we to wait until an actual act of violence occurs….I believe not.