Without mass deportations to clean-up Italy…well, one can do the math and come to own conclusions.
Deportations barely make the radar screen. If things do not change…well, one can do the math and come to own conclusions.
While the article discusses the rise in “Phantom landings” of migrant boats, 7,500+ in 2019, we were startled but not surprised at the extremely low number of deportations.
Only 5,825 migrants were repatriated from Italy in 2019, while there were 5,395 deported in 2018.
If there are 600,000+ illegals in Italy (the latest estimate), one can do the math. At the current pace (say 6,000 year), it would take 100 years to clear Italy…and that assumes no additional arrivals!
* Attitudes must change, very quickly…or it will be Europeans who will be forced to adjust to the way of life of today’s new arrivals.