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Saturday, July 28, 2018

Forza Italia

Under the guidance of Santo Matteo, Italy is cleansing itself, street by street, quarter by quarter:
Police in Rome on Thursday cleared nearly 400 people, including dozens of children, from a shanty camp inhabited for years by members of the minority Roma community, despite a European Union court ruling halting demolition. Residents stood outside the camp with mattresses and other belongings piled alongside vehicles, some protesting against the move with chants of "Racists!"

Some residents complained that police used force during the eviction. Police commander Antonio Di Maggio denied the claims.

Mayor Virginia Raggi wrote on Facebook that the shantytown, established in a former campground called Camping River on Rome's northern periphery, was closed for hygiene reasons. Parts of the camp had been without electricity and running water. She said that the move was meant to provide greater protection to the Roma, especially minors, some of whom do not attend school.

"It is unacceptable to continue to finance places like this that create ghettos, and above all, where the living conditions don't protect the rights of children, women and men," Raggi wrote in a Facebook post.

The European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday asked Italian authorities to suspend action until Friday and outline plans to rehouse the community, following an appeal by three camp residents. But city officials said that they had long been working to relocate residents, and had delayed the planned closing by more than a year.

Raggi noted that some who were not Italian citizens had returned to their native Romania in recent months. While many members of Italy's sizeable Roma community, also known as Gypsies, are of Italian nationality, many living in the camp were from Romania, Kosovo, Bosnia and Serbia.
But wait, there's more:
Condannato per violenza sessuale su una minorenne, che in seguito a quegli abusi si ammazzò, un uomo di 45 anni è stato ucciso ieri sera a Frasso Telesino, un centro del Beneventano, dove era tornato da un paio di giorni grazie a un breve permesso ottenuto dopo nove anni di detenzione. L’assassino ha raggiunto Giuseppe Matarazzo fin dentro casa, per poi allontanarsi senza essere notato da nessuno, almeno stando alle prime indagini avviate dai carabinieri. Che per ora non si sbilanciano sul movente, ma certo Matarazzo difficilmente può avere avuto il tempo di farsi qualche nemico nelle poche ore di libertà di cui ha goduto in questi giorni, quindi è più che probabile che l’omicida avesse con lui un conto aperto da molti anni, e vista la colpa di cui si macchiò, non si può escludere che chi ha deciso di ucciderlo abbia ritenuto che l’uomo meritava una condanna superiore a quella inflittagli in corte d’assise e poi in appello. 
Translation: a priest in Napoli who was jailed for molesting a 15-year-old girl, who later killed herself, was let out of prison for two days after serving 9 years of his 11-year sentence. At the end of the two days, he was found shot to death in his home. His death was not believed to be a suicide.

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64 Comments:

Blogger Brick Hardslab July 28, 2018 2:12 PM  

Didn't use force? Why in the world would you not use force?

Blogger Teleros July 28, 2018 2:17 PM  

His death was not believed to be a suicide.

I dunno, sounds like an Ankh-Morpork suicide to me.

(https://wiki.lspace.org/mediawiki/Suicide)

Blogger Desillusionerad July 28, 2018 2:19 PM  

It looks bad to use force.
More importantly the ECHR is the court in question, but isn't in any way shape or form an EU court, it's a separate institution to the EU.

Blogger Dave July 28, 2018 2:19 PM  

A the end of the two days, he was found shot to death in his home.

I hope the last thing he saw was his executioner.

Blogger Dire Badger July 28, 2018 2:20 PM  

Desillusionerad wrote:It looks bad to use force.

That ship has sailed.

Blogger Dire Badger July 28, 2018 2:23 PM  

What I want to know is where all those bums got the money to get such elaborate Tattoos?
Tattoos are not cheap.

Blogger Wuzzums Fuzzums July 28, 2018 2:47 PM  

You can't get rid of gypsies that easily. Ending any sort of welfare for them and outlawing street begging is the way to go.

Blogger Jay Karknee July 28, 2018 2:48 PM  

How ironic. For my whole life, Italy has been the butt of jokes poking fun at their (supposed) lack of military proficiency. "Italian army rifles for sale. Never fired, dropped once". Ha ha, so funny. I love that my ancestral nation is taking the lead in defending Europa. Meanwhile, the tough as nails exceptionally exceptional US Americans are brought to their knees by a couple of kids crying at the border. Too funny.

Blogger Zwiebel July 28, 2018 2:50 PM  

Ah, The rotation Europeans have to rotate again... Sad.

Gypsies are really odd. Spain is supposed to have dealt well with them by putting them in large social housing projects and forbidden them to slaughter and roast goats on the balconies...

Blogger WillBest July 28, 2018 2:55 PM  

"At the end of the two days, he was found shot to death in his home. His death was not believed to be a suicide."

Something tells me the officer in charge of this is going to take the hit to his clearance rate after 5 minutes of sitting at his desk waiting for a break in the case.

Blogger DonReynolds July 28, 2018 2:55 PM  

Vox....I simply want to amplify the very important point that the EU Court was asked to rule on the case.

I do not see where the EU Court presumed to overrule the Italian courts on appeal. In fact, I am willing to bet a taco that the Italian courts have been ignored and circumvented altogether.

The EU Court did not exercise "federal" jurisdiction over the matter.

If all of this is true, then the European Union does not see itself as a supra-national body at all. The EU sees itself as the only national governmental body for the whole of Europe (and beyond?).

This should be terribly alarming to the ordinary European, that their own national courts are being reduced to traffic courts and divorce courts.

Blogger Mario S July 28, 2018 3:05 PM  

I believe "pastore" means a shepherd, not that it changes anything. And here (https://www.blitzquotidiano.it/cronaca-italia/giuseppe-matarazzo-ucciso-permesso-carcere-2907155/) it says he had also abused the girl's sister.

Blogger DonReynolds July 28, 2018 3:06 PM  

Dire Badger wrote:What I want to know is where all those bums got the money to get such elaborate Tattoos?

Tattoos are not cheap.


You are correct!
They paid for the expensive artwork with the money they saved by not having to pay for their own dental work.
Same as the rednecks here.

Blogger #6277 Hammer July 28, 2018 3:12 PM  

Yet more still. Now looks like Italy will be prosecuting "aid workers" for human trafficking.
https://twitter.com/faznet/status/1023160138012794880?s=19

Blogger The Kurgan July 28, 2018 3:14 PM  

What people outside of Italy don’t get is that Italy is not a country. And as such it’s military is worthless Italy is a bunch of 21 states and within those states tiny regions and villages and people’s loyalties are to their own family and friends and village first.
Just because the Italian military sucks doesn’t mean Italians individually lack any courage. Though many do (but most people do too) many are perfectly capable of acts of courage, justice, truth and so on.

They just are unwilling to donit for a giant state they know is a lie.
Except, of course when all regions are threatened then all individuals may individually decide its time to band together enough to wipe out he common enemy. When that happens... goodbye foreigners.

Also. It’s good to see that real Catholics continue to exist and have taken appropriate action to correct the pedo priest.

Blogger The Observer July 28, 2018 3:19 PM  

Residents stood outside the camp with mattresses and other belongings piled alongside vehicles, some protesting against the move with chants of "Racists!"

"Why isn't the spell working? We said the magic words! They're supposed to stop! Why isn't the spell working?"

Blogger SemiSpook37 July 28, 2018 3:23 PM  

@15

Here, here! Good to know there are decent folk with souls there in Naples.

And your observations on the fact that "Italy" isn't what folks outside the boot perceive it to be is spot on. It really as simple as being loyal to literally the folks on your particular thoroughfare and to hell with everyone else.

If only everyone else understood things like that...

Blogger #6277 Hammer July 28, 2018 3:26 PM  

The Kurgan- "Though many do (but most people do too) many are perfectly capable of acts of courage, justice, truth and so on."

I know two Italians capable of courage, but then... They grew up in Africa.

Blogger Dave July 28, 2018 3:31 PM  

Yet more still. Now looks like Italy will be prosecuting "aid workers" for human trafficking.

That's the most effective tool. Even the threat of prosecution for trafficking will persuade the enablers to move on to other less prickly environments.

Blogger Galt-in-Da-Box July 28, 2018 3:52 PM  

At least ITALY takes the Khazar-Papist cabal threat seriously, giving one much more hope for Europe than America.

Blogger RobertT July 28, 2018 4:10 PM  

Justice.

Blogger Bartolo July 28, 2018 4:19 PM  

Off topic: Every. Single. Time. Over at Sailer's blog there is news about one Celentano (of Colombian/Hungarian origin) woman who is complaining that New Hampshire is too white and wants to diversify the state. She is organising a public-private push to diversify the place. More than 100 people & companies are on board. The name sounds Hispanic, but a cursory (White Pages, name research) research says she is as (((Hungarian))) as George Soros. Someone do something about this...

Blogger Long Live The West July 28, 2018 4:39 PM  

@1

Violence never solved anything. You have to ask the rapists to leave in a polite fashion. If you offend them by doing so, you must offer up your daughter as a compensation.

Blogger Steve July 28, 2018 4:43 PM  

the ECHR is the court in question, but isn't in any way shape or form an EU court, it's a separate institution to the EU.

Meh. Technically yes, but it's part of the globalist constellation of cucks and nation-wreckers. The ECHR is so cozy with the EU that signing up to the ECHR is mandatory for EU members.

They all need the Ceaușescu retirement package.

Blogger Steve July 28, 2018 4:51 PM  

Spain is supposed to have dealt well with them by putting them in large social housing projects

Waste of money. There's a perfectly good sea they could be relocated to.

Blogger John Calla July 28, 2018 5:03 PM  

Any chance Salvini could run for US president?

Blogger DonReynolds July 28, 2018 5:05 PM  

Desillusionerad wrote:It looks bad to use force.

More importantly the ECHR is the court in question, but isn't in any way shape or form an EU court, it's a separate institution to the EU.


The Federal Reserve system is separate and apart from the US government, which is owned by the member banks. Totally separate entity. (Don't believe it.)

Blogger The Deplorable Podunk Ken Ramsey July 28, 2018 5:17 PM  

Yes, if you prosecuted these so-called humanitarians for human trafficking or human smuggling you would not be wrong. You would be, on the other hand, exactly correct.

Right now the greatest caper in child smuggling in human history is going on at the southern border of the United States. In 2008 approximately 5,000 unaccompanied minors were apprehended at the southern border of the United States. This year over 70,000 are expected, and we have been seeing huge numbers like this since 2014 when Barack Obama's administration threw the doors open to it. Remember the trains flowing through Mexico with children clamoring all aboard including on top?

This is a truly shocking thing going on, in the Mediterranean and on the southern border of the United States. It's all planned and egged on, too, but of course we all know that. Just wanted to underscore the magnitude of the crisis once again, FWIW.

Blogger Scott July 28, 2018 5:17 PM  

re the EU Court

And the consequences if Italy doesn’t cooperate?

EU eviction??

How can the EU be taken seriously? At all?!

Blogger SouthRon July 28, 2018 5:28 PM  

Followed shortly by his judge immortal.

Blogger Noah B The Savage Gardener July 28, 2018 5:30 PM  

Sounds like he was terribly guilt ridden about what he had done, and a stray dog probably found the gun and buried it. Clear case of suicide.

Blogger Noah B The Savage Gardener July 28, 2018 5:31 PM  

Now Spain and France need to uncuck themselves.

Blogger Angantyr July 28, 2018 5:37 PM  

@26
"Any chance Salvini could run for US president?"

Hey, if Kenyan born Barack Hussein Soertoro Obama could be US Prez, why the heck not?!

Blogger pyrrhus July 28, 2018 5:40 PM  

"At the end of the two days, he was found shot to death in his home. His death was not believed to be a suicide."

As Peter Lorre would say, "Poor devil"..

Blogger pyrrhus July 28, 2018 5:42 PM  

"Any chance Salvini could run for US president?"

Hey, if Kenyan born Barack Hussein Soertoro Obama could be US Prez, why the heck not?!

This Natural Born requirement is so passe...McCain, Romney, and Ted Cruz didn't find it an impediment...

Blogger Angantyr July 28, 2018 5:43 PM  

@8
"I love that my ancestral nation is taking the lead in defending Europa. Meanwhile, the tough as nails exceptionally exceptional US Americans are brought to their knees by a couple of kids crying at the border. Too funny. "

*Sigh*, I know. The stance Italy has taken, though, is inspiring, and we thank you for it. We hope to follow your lead!

Makes me want to finish restoring an old WWII vintage Carcano 6,5 carbine that I have... and join you. I think I even have some 6,5 ball to go with it!

I'd bring a sword along, but you Italians have some funny ideas regarding such things, judging from the hoops Del Tin has to go through just to make and sell replica swords and daggers...

Blogger Gianna July 28, 2018 6:03 PM  

"Raggi noted that some who were not Italian citizens had returned to their native Romania in recent months."

Good.
From what I've seen they have competition begging from Italians themselves. Many old widows receive only 300 euros a month from the government. You now see homeless old Italians sleeping on the streets, and they don't look crazy, they look like someone's grandmother. It is a total disgrace. I lived in Italy for a long time and I never saw this up until 4-5 years ago. And it is getting worse. A relative told me in Rome poor Italians are now going through the garbage bins. And sure enough, in the affluent area where I was staying recently that is what I saw EVERY DAY.

Blogger Gianna July 28, 2018 6:04 PM  

If anyone is interested, I saw this documentary about gypsies several years ago. Despite it being by the BBC, I thought it was pretty good. The director is Romanian and I can vouch for his take on the gypsies in Italy at least.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THInODdvvMQ

Blogger pyrrhus July 28, 2018 6:19 PM  

Hungarian Jew diversity "worker" thinks New Hampshire should diversify itself by importing lot of 3d world trash...Steve Sailer readers demur...http://www.unz.com/isteve/nyt-new-hampshire-94-percent-white-asks-how-do-you-diversify-a-whole-state/#comment-2437490

Blogger pyrrhus July 28, 2018 6:22 PM  

@37 We didn't see that in Tuscany or Venice, which are quite wealthy in comparison to most of Italy, but the EU has been pressuring Italy to cut spending on its citizens, while spending lots on invaders...Disgusting and disgraceful, and no doubt a major factor in the last election...

Blogger pyrrhus July 28, 2018 6:25 PM  

@36 Italy, and the rest of Europe as well, could use some very large shipments of a device that ends with 15....

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother July 28, 2018 6:31 PM  

Good riddance

Blogger John Calla July 28, 2018 6:47 PM  

@37

Not too surprising. The EU was basically designed to transfer the (relatively lesser) wealth from Southern Europe up to Northern Europe.

The EU is a complete disaster for Southern Europe, which has generally poor geography and, therefore, poorer economies. Remember all the bailouts for PIIGS? The sooner they break out of the EU the better.

Blogger Attila is my bro July 28, 2018 7:08 PM  

>>Some residents complained that police used force during the eviction. Police commander Antonio Di Maggio denied the claims.

Perfect statement. LOL

My wife is Hungarian and we are planning to escape to Hungary before the 2030 civil war, but my wife has always wanted to move to Italy. I poopooed it because of the corruption and poz-spell I mistakenly believed that the people were under. Now I'm reconsidering, especially since the language is 100 times easier to learn. I think Chinese is easier to learn than Hungarian. But Italian? A walk in the park.

Blogger marco moltisanti July 28, 2018 7:13 PM  

I can't see where in the original Italian it says that the murdered man was a priest. Has my Italian really gotten that bad or was that somewhere else in the original article?

Blogger pdwalker July 28, 2018 7:33 PM  

Heartwarming stories.

Blogger John Calla July 28, 2018 7:43 PM  

@45 I can't see where in the original Italian it says that the murdered man was a priest. Has my Italian really gotten that bad or was that somewhere else in the original article?

He wasn't a priest, he was a shepherd.

Blogger Loyd Jenkins July 28, 2018 7:50 PM  

Amen

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother July 28, 2018 7:56 PM  

Or was he a pastor? Don't overthink it.

Blogger Mr X July 28, 2018 8:09 PM  

Yes in this case "pastore" means literally a shepherd, not pastor or priest.

https://www.corriere.it/cronache/18_luglio_20/chi-era-michela-vittima-suicida-pedofilo-benevento-24f0851e-8bf9-11e8-8b01-1b79734b0f48.shtml

Blogger Zimri July 28, 2018 8:50 PM  

We keep criminals in prison for the full length of their sentence not for our protection, but for theirs.

Debts will be paid.

Blogger bob kek mando - ( don't ask, "Who mentats the Mentats?", ask instead, "Who shitpoasts the Shitpoasters?" ) July 28, 2018 10:38 PM  

49. Stg58/Animal Mother July 28, 2018 7:56 PM
Or was he a pastor? Don't overthink it.



c'mon, don't overthink it.

the rape victim WAS A GIRL.

of COURSE he wasn't a Catholic priest.

Blogger marco moltisanti July 28, 2018 11:31 PM  

@50 Thanks for the link. Yes, in the original Italian it's clear that he was literally a shepherd, not any type of clergyman.

Blogger Paul M July 29, 2018 12:09 AM  

> Some residents complained that police used force during the eviction. Police commander Antonio Di Maggio denied the claims.

Stupid. Of course the police used force. If you decide to evict people and they refuse to leave, you are going to have to grab them bodily and shove them into the vans. There is no other way.

Blogger Sterling Pilgrim July 29, 2018 12:19 AM  

Interesting take on the link between Population and Populism:
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/22/opinion/populist-populism-fertility-rates.html

Blogger HtF July 29, 2018 12:20 AM  

It is unacceptable to continue to finance places like this that create ghettos, and above all, where the living conditions don't protect the rights of children, women and men,"

Clever

Blogger Al Du Clur July 29, 2018 3:05 AM  

Trump inspired Salvini. Now I hope Salvini inspires Trump. The type of things Trump talked about in the campaign, Salvini is actually doing. For example: as Queen Ann advocates, use the military to build the wall.

Blogger Duke Norfolk July 29, 2018 6:22 AM  

It's becoming more and more clear to my why Vox moved to Italy years ago. I'm impressed by the wisdom of that move.

Blogger Daniel Paul Grech Pereira July 29, 2018 7:37 AM  

All good reasons to move to Italy.

Blogger Johnny July 29, 2018 8:19 AM  

>>Some residents complained that police used force during the eviction. Police commander Antonio Di Maggio denied the claims.

The situation reminds me of when a reporter asked Rumsfeld why we dropped cluster bombs on them. Rumsfeld responded, "Because we were trying to kill them."

While lying is common and useful in politics, there are times when the truth works surprisingly well.

To the question, "Did you use force?" the cop should have responded with, "When necessary."

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey July 29, 2018 11:05 AM  

@8
I love that my ancestral nation is taking the lead in defending Europa.

Remember the two Italian policemen who shot the Berlin market terrorist?

https://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/23/world/europe/berlin-anis-amri-killed-milan.htm

The German government was going to give them some kind of award, but they cancelled it because the cops were too woke:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4219060/Italian-cop-shot-dead-ISIS-terrorist-won-t-award.html

Blogger Playto July 29, 2018 11:28 AM  

I really do like the pasta-chads. Up there with the paprika-chads.

Blogger tz July 29, 2018 4:38 PM  

Meanwhile:
https://www.breitbart.com/london/2018/07/29/watch-boatload-illegal-migrants-land-spanish-tourist-beach/

I'm waiting for the China $2 landmines are buried in the beaches there. Much less "bouncing betties"

Sunk Ships Save lives!

Blogger Dirk Manly July 30, 2018 4:25 AM  

@22

"Off topic: Every. Single. Time. Over at Sailer's blog there is news about one Celentano (of Colombian/Hungarian origin) woman who is complaining that New Hampshire is too white and wants to diversify the state. She is organising a public-private push to diversify the place. More than 100 people & companies are on board. The name sounds Hispanic, but a cursory (White Pages, name research) research says she is as (((Hungarian))) as George Soros. Someone do something about this..."

Torching a car at 3:00 AM is rather easy to do.

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