"If we import the third world, we get third world problems,” said British independent MEP Janice Atkinson.
“Our failed open door migration policies have let people in whose backgrounds were not rigorously checked and when we do charge them with crimes we are not allowed to deport them."
Leaders of seven European countries who refuse to be part of the EU mass immigration madness have banded together to form their own United Right Of Europe. They are united in their battle against the likes of Merkel and Macron and the globalist elite European Commission.
An international alliance of anti-immigration countries is Italian right wing champion Matteo Salvini’s revolutionary plan to save Europe from migrant chaos and violence. Together they will fight the likes of migrant madness instigators Merkel and Macron.
Right wing Alternative for Germany party proposes fortress type alliance with Italy, Hungary and Austria to end the failed and ‘suicidal’ concept of ‘multiculturalism.’
‘Italy First’ interior minister Matteo Salvini, decrying the Islamization of Europe, stops two more migrant ships packed with smuggled Africans from docking at Italian ports.
“SEND THEM HOME!”
Matteo Salvini, who said he will deport 500,000 migrants and stop the Islamization of Italy, is set to be the next Prime Minister.
Salvini’s anti-immigration League and the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement headed by Luigi di Maio (right in top photo with party founder Beppe Grillo) will dominate both Houses of Parliament.
Di Maio won 50 percent of the vote in southern Italy — Sicily, Campania, Puglia, Basilicata, and Calabria — where relentless waves of illegal migrants and so-called asylum seekers are wreaking havoc on society with violence, rape and murder.
“There has been a tide of delinquents and I want to send them home,” said Salvini who campaigned in true Trumpian fashion on a platform of Italy First. “We are flooded with drug dealers, rapists, burglars. If putting Italians first makes me xenophobic in some people’s minds, then so be it,” he said.
The defeated left wing establishment lost by ignoring Italy’s migrant crisis and the country’s “catastrophic economic predicament,” analysts said. Former Premier Silvio Berlusconi’s Forza Italia party mustered only 13 percent of the vote.