This is what happens when a government puts illegal aliens before their citizens…
The elderly gentleman in the video is Luigi Fogli, a businessman in his 80s, who runs a hotel (Hotel Lory) in Ficarolo, in the province of Rovigo, Italy. Not long ago, he inquired about providing asylum accommodation services from the local government, but chose not to pursue the matter further when he found out that he would only be paid 7 euros per “refugee” per night. At that point, the local prefecture simply confiscated his hotel and forced the invaders upon him.
He tried to block their admission and, in fact, managed to hold it up for a few hours. But, eventually, he succumbed and the invaders arrived. Apparently he fainted at some point during the proceedings.
Things like this are going on all over Italy. The local authorities are confiscating hotels and using them as invader accommodation. In some places, as in the incident described above, the proprietors resist; in other cases they cooperate and defense is left to the local citizens. Via: Il Fatto Quotidiano
These Italian citizens are furious that their government has abandoned them in favor of invaders coming from mostly Muslim nations. Homeless citizens in Italy are being forced to live in tents or cars while Muslim illegal alien invaders are being housed in fancy hotels and apartments:
Italy and the rest of Europe will soon be unrecognizable as they continue to be flooded with “refugees” from the Middle East who are forcing governments to house, feed and clothe them at the expense of citizens living in these countries. Many citizens are being displaced from there residences and in this case a business owner is being forced to house refugees against his will. Forced charity is not charity, it’s socialism…
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