In the wake of the Muslim migration to Europe, sexual attacks against young non-Muslim girls are an epidemic. Public celebrations like New Year’s Eve, music concerts, festivals, public swimming pools, train platforms, have become war zones, with women and girls reporting hundreds of sexual attacks by migrants.
Any civilization that sacrifices their young girls to an invading army has no future at all.
So when one little Italian town took measures protect their school girls, you would think they would be lauded and applauded. In a proud West that would have happened. In a defeated, crippled West, beaten by an extreme and radical religious ideology, those town-fathers are “racists” “islamophobes” accused of “apartheid.”
Italian town accused of ‘apartheid’ after banning refugees from buses for bothering girls,” By Alix Culbertson, The Express, Oct 12, 2016
AN ITALIAN town has been accused of bringing in apartheid after refugees were banned from buses used by female students.
Migrants in the tiny town of Calizzano, Italy, have been asked to refrain from using local buses when pupils are going to and from school.
The 40 migrants, who are staying in the Lux Hotel, have been accused of screaming, fighting, bickering and engaging in “unpleasant behaviour” towards girls on the bus.
Only 1,500 people live in the town 60 miles from the French border which was meant to host just 24 migrants.
Following complaints from Italians who are annoyed refugees are taking up bus seats without having to pay for a ticket as locals are forced to stand, the mayor brought in the new separation rule.
Mayor Pierangelo Olivieri, said: “I just looked for a solution to a very difficult situation for a community like ours, which is far from centres of interest and has limited facilities and security systems, while hosting 40 guests.
“This is not a ban, but a request made to refugees to use other means of transportation from the ones students use.”
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The 40 refugees are staying in the Lux Hotel in Calizzano
He stressed the initial agreement with the Government was to host 24.
And at a prefecture meeting where he was criticised for the decision, Mr Olivieri officially asked to reduce the number of refugees the town is hosting.
Paolo Pezzana, coordinator of ANCI Immigration Commission in Liguria, called Calizzano a “virtuous community” which was one of the first to welcome and integrate immigrants.
However, Raffaella Paita, leader of the Democratic Party in the region, said: “The mayor’s decision to force migrants and students to take different buses is unworthy and very similar to apartheid.”
But the mayor is standing by his decision and said it was “not about racism, but about common sense”.
Calizzano only has a population of 1,500
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He added: “The citizens are living in tension and a series of episodes, maybe not serious but certainly unpleasant, are really poisoning our life and tranquillity.
“I also believe that the cause of the problems is the high number of hosted refugees in Calizzano.
“The Lux Hotel’s licence is valid for up to 24 guests and not 40.
“Calizzano is willing to host a maximum of 20 migrants, which is already, in relation to the population, an index above the average.
“I intend to do everything in my power to ensure public order in my town.
“Tension comes from the high number of migrants in a situation of forced cohabitation between different ethnic groups.”
Earlier this week police were forced to settle an argument at the hotel in which two refugee boys were sent to hospital.