In Italy, they have chain migration, the same as we do. They also have the same problem that we do in that they are paying pensions to those who have never worked and contributed to Istituto Nazionale della Previdenza Sociale (INPS), Italy’s social security agency.
Not only that, but nationwide, one out of every three crimes committed are by foreigners. (This includes legal and illegal immigrants. There is no breakdown between the two) Of the current 2 million immigrants in Italy, 300,000 do not work or contribute to the pension fund but will be eligible to collect when they become of age.
The statistics emerge as Italians are expressing a desire to see far fewer migrants — especially illegal migrants — coming into their country. In a poll released in September 2017, 67 percent of Italians said there were already too many migrants in the country.
On top of the concerns about foreigners claiming Italian pensions, 43 percent of respondents to the 2017 poll said they delt migrants who do work were stealing jobs from Italians — who suffer from incredibly high rates of youth unemployment, thanks in part to EU fiscal “discipline”.
Populist Italian interior minister Matteo Salvini has vowed to reduce the number of illegal migrants and closed the ports of Italy to migrant rescue NGO ships earlier in the year.
Salvini also accused billionaire plutocrat and open borders activist George Soros of pushing for more migration into Italy, saying “Soros wants to fill Italy and Europe with migrants,” and adding that he “would like Italy [to become] a giant refugee camp because he likes slaves.”
Germany took in one million immigrants but they are currently trying to get people to move to Germany because they don’t have enough people in their workforce. They, too, have generous freebies for those who prefer not to work.
Let’s all look to Europe and see what we must avoid at all costs.