Head Of Italian Interior Ministry Declares To Citizens: ‘You Will Surrender Your Homes To The Muslims Or You Will Be Prosecuted And Sent To Jail’
Angelino Alfano. He plans to take your house and give it to Muslims and arrest you if you say no.
We covered a few days ago how the Italian government seized a hotel from its elderly owner to house Muslims, but thanks to the assistance of the local Carabinieri and Catholic League helped him get the order revoked. Now the Head of the Italian Interior Ministry, Angelino Alfano has released they will be confiscating real estate from ordinary Italians by eminent domain and creating enforcement agents to seize the property, arrest, prosecute, and jail anybody who opposes it:
According to sources in the Interior Ministry, the Viminale Plan foresees (enforcement) agents and detention measures for those who resist requisition of their premises for migrants.These government ministers are traitors. They are destroying Italy and Europe, and in the words of another famous Italian,
The Interior Ministry in the figure of Angelino Alfano, is preparing to requisition the real estate of Italians to place migrants.
It will be done, explains Il Giornale beginning only December 4, or after a consultation referendum in order to avoid protests by citizens that could influence the outcome of the vote.
Because it is indeed the protests that worry Alfano. The barricades of Goro and Gorino against the requisition of a hotel in order to place 15 refugees for days has occupied the front pages of newspapers and embarrassed the government. The secret services have already made a filing of the cities where it is possible for the citizens to organize in committees to resist the refugees.
The requisitions in fact, will go forward and according to l’Opinione, which cites sources in the Interior Ministry, the executive would be ready to take drastic measures against those citizens who would resist the consignment of private real estate to the migrants.
Jail for Those who oppose Migrants
“The secret services”, writes the daily (news), seem to have already alerted the government about eventual violent protests on the part of Italians not disposed to have their property requisitioned. What does it mean? According to l’Opinione, the plan “given the exceptionality of the issue and the reluctance of the Italians to collaborate in the reception” would be to send at least 2,000 policemen, carabinieri, Guardia di Finanza and soldiers. Not just that: The Justice Ministry would be prepared to outright guarantee rapid trials and detention space for those who resist the Viminale Plan. In substance-jail for those who don’t agree.
It appears the requisitions would not be compensated.
This is because the Interior Ministry doesn’t have the funds to pay the owners of the homes, given that the money is already committed for the reception of the migrants in the centers operated by Coop and Onlus. In addition, the owner would have to continue to pay IMU and Tasi. In theory they could resort to the courts to obtain compensation/damages, but in this case, the course of justice would be long and with undiscounted outcome. Also according to the source cited from the Interior Ministry, Alfano’s measure would be “temporary”, but could lead to expropriation, if the property owner took measures in “damage to the State”. Indeed, whoever resists risks losing their house forever.
According to indiscretions on the part of Viminale employees, the requisition plan would begin at Pescara, a city that would be a sort of test case for the rest of Italy. The objective is to reduce the use of the COOP reception centers because they are more costly and less transparent in respect to the system than (those of) Sprar. To be affected, second homes would have to be vacant. (source)
A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear.” -Marcus Tullius Cicero