Italy: And so it begins…Illegal Migrant Labourers Threaten General Strike If ‘All Migrants’ Are Not Given Amnesty.

Italy:  And so it begins…Illegal Migrant Labourers Threaten General Strike If ‘All Migrants’ Are Not Given Amnesty.

Italy: And so it begins…Illegal Migrant Labourers Threaten General Strike If ‘All Migrants’ Are Not Given Amnesty.

League leader and former Italian interior minister Matteo Salvini rejected the call to strike saying, “are the illegal immigrants going on strike now? Sorry, what country do we live in?”

Unfortunately, that question may not be so easy to answer in many EU countries in the near future.

* Months ago, the V4 Report predicted the calls would start coming for a mass amnesty movement in the EU.

Once this genie is let out of the bottle, the dominos will fall across the EU.

It’s rather simple math. When illegals are allowed to roam for years without being deported out of Europe, eventually the UN, Council of Europe and other far-left organizations will come up with their own solutions. Even the illegals feel empowered now to make demands; this will only intensify once the full multiplication effect reaches its peak and the demographics turn ugly. Once flooded, it may already be too late to stop the damage.

– Aboubakar Soumahoro, an open-border activist and Italian-Ivorian trade unionist of the USB Agricultural Workers Coordination, has threatened a general strike of migrant farm labourers if the Italian government does not grant amnesty to all illegals. Yes, that’s all illegals, over 600,000 estimated in Italy.

** Japan has embraced robotics with success in other areas as opposed to immigration. Italy and others may want to start thinking about “high-tech farming”, as robotics play an increasingly key part of that technological stable.

“Robots pick apples, gather strawberries, harvest lettuce and strip away weeds. Drones gather aerial images that help farmers quickly assess crop health. And robotic greenhouses are sprouting up thousands of miles away from traditional farmland regions, growing vegetables in the backyards of high-consumption urban markets,” writes Stephen Gossett in the article below.

It will not replace work forces 100% but robotics can greatly assist growers when faced with costly, long-term labor shortages…and demanding migrants who do not belong in Europe. 👇👇👇

https://builtin.com/robotics/farming-agricultural-robots

https://youtu.be/EFC3OvkVKaQ

https://youtu.be/aijzVv6UeLQ

https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2020/05/14/italy-illegal-migrant-labourers-threaten-general-strike-if-not-given-amnesty/