“His name is Stephen Ogongo and he is a 44-year-old Kenyan who has lived in Italy for 25 years. Well “inserted”, very determined. And behind him a long line is forming. In fact, Ogongo officially started an unprecedented political project in Italy: an immigrant party and for immigrants.
This is the declared ambition of “Cara Italia”, the movement that has just been founded by Ogongo, which aims straight to the elections. So far, in a few days, he has received about six thousand adhesions. But the ambitions of the Kenyan do not stop at the “simple” conquest of representation in the institutions: there is much more.
The declared objective of Cara Italia, in fact, is to create a new leadership and a new leadership class, admittedly pro-immigrationist, the first step to clear the idea of a multicultural Italy. A way from which – France teaches – there is no return.
Open struggle for those who oppose immigration, a cult of “diversity” as such, buzzwords that have just been veiled by the usual patriotism of “democratic” goodness. Ogongo is attracting interest and is waking up the appetites of immigrants of yesterday and today, as well as the snipers always ready to encourage the invasion. And between the lines of the left (and not only) we are sure that many will find out.
Ogongo – he is aware – will have many opponents, because his, beyond the empty words of propaganda, is not a program of inclusion: it is a program that aims at exclusion, our exclusion. All on the thin line of guilt, of “civil rights” or presumed.
From the peephole of the door we see the ruddy face of Ogongo smile, but the shoulder that is being prepared is that of millions of immigrants. We will also be among the opponents.”