“If we give asylum to people from poor countries with dictators then we will have to give asylum to millions of people," warned Carlo Giovanardi (pictured), Italy's minister of parliamentary affairs. This week nearly 100 Africans died making the treacherous crossing from North Africa to southern Italy, reports Tamsin Smith for BBC News. Rickety boatloads of bodies have washed up on the Italian island of Lampedusa, which is often the first point of arrival into the White continent of Europe for non-White "migrants."
Nearly 500 asylum seekers, many of whom arrived in Lampedusa, are now found living in the derelict Tiburtina railway station in Rome. Zeg Tsega Serete, a "migrant" from Eritrea, says, "We have no bathroom, no water and no electricity. It is terrible for me because my baby needs more than this."
“There’s no discussion about how asylum seekers are living, they just don’t matter,” said aid worker Andrea Accardi.
Calls for Italy to stem the tide of foreigners do not just come from the pro-white Northern League, but also from some of the more moderate government coalition members. Carlo Giovanardi, member of the centre-right Christian Democrat party, says Italy just cannot cope with any more immigrants, and this includes asylum seekers: "These people aren't real political refugees. A political refugee is someone who suffers political or religious discrimination in their country and their lives are in peril. This just isn't the case for Somalia, for Eritrea, or for central Africa. If we give asylum to people from poor countries with dictators then we will have to give asylum to millions of people."
White activists throughout Europe want, at a minimum, to halt the invasion of Asian and African "migrants" -- and many are open and honest about reversing the invasion by humanely relocating non-Whites back to their land of origin, with compensation. The White race needs living space, too, or it will die.