Castel Volturno is now referred to as the European headquarters of the Nigerian mafia.
In a ruined city on the Italian coast, the Nigerian mafia is muscling in on the old mob.
* This is one of the many reasons why the Visegrad states reject EU multicult solidarity and mass migration from alien cultures.
Once flooded, like many in the West EU bloc, it may already be too late to reverse the carnage.
Visegrad has taken the necessary steps to prevent it from becoming an attractive destination for the illegal immigrants from the Middle East and Africa…and they want to keep it this way.
– ‘An African city in Europe’
Castel Volturno, on the ancient coastal road between Rome and Naples, was once a seaside playground for the southern Italian elite. Now it is a lawless wasteland abandoned by the state.
According to Italy’s anti-mafia agency, it is the European headquarters of the Nigerian mafia.
The seaside village’s plunge into chaos has allowed this new mafia to take root amid the decay. Having disguised themselves among the migrants and refugees crowding boats from Libya, Nigerian crime lords have carved out a lucrative trade in people smuggling, drug running and prostitution. Even the local mafia fear them.