News reports in recent days show a disturbing surge in crimes committed by immigrants: rapes, assaults, murders, robberies. The cause, lax and forgiving policies. Will the government intervene or will the citizens have to defend themselves?
The Home Office in London has raised the alarm about the threat of Islamic terrorism brought by radical Pakistani preachers, some of whom have recently been arrested and convicted.
The senseless terrorist attacks and assaults (often deliberately conducted against children) carried out by immigrants - refugees or "second-generation" immigrants - have a common denominator: relentless, vicious, and unjustified hatred for the host society.
The hideous Annecy terrorist attack, with the stabbing of four children in a playground in the French city, is a consequence of the "open door" policy toward refugees or self-proclaimed refugees whose activities are not monitored afterward.
Theme of the second meeting is the political situation in Israel after the bitter clash over judicial reform attempted, and currently postponed, by the Netanyahu government. Chief guest is Yifa Segal, managing director of the NGO "Hetz for Israel."
There is a resurgence of attacks in Europe: at least three since early January. In Italy dismantled organization aiding illegal immigration that also helped jihadists.
Italian and American experts, gathered in Rome on the initiative of the Machiavelli Center for Political and Strategic Studies, Heritage Foundation and the International Republican Institute, will meet to discuss the hottest issues of the moment.
Milan is now in disarray, and the facts speak for themselves: between Thursday, August 11 and Friday, August 12, as many as five assaults with robbery intent and one averted massacre on the A1.
The events in Peschiera del Garda are just the latest episode in a phenomenon that is growing exponentially in our country: that of crime involving even the very young, often of foreign origin, who are increasingly the protagonists of maxi brawls, assaults and vandalism.