Italy: Muslims Threaten to Stop Working After Closing of Their Mosque — A Tiny Example of a Big Problem in Europe
Dateline Northern Italy, Europe – 2017: Immigrant Muslims in Europe understand their power and the true reasons for being there, even though they’re unwelcome. Though their political role for the benefit of the Left in Europe may be overlooked by some of them due to their simplicity, they all know that the menial day-laborer jobs they hold are essential to the economy and the comfort of Italians and Europeans in general. The Left has long ago trained the Europeans to think in terms of unearned privilege and the English capitalist principle of “most gain from least work”. When combined with the feminist movement and contraception, the necessity of Third World immigration becomes even more crystal-clear. Sadly, the presence of these unwelcome but necessary foreigners in Italy (a microcosm of Europe) is a thoroughly negative phenomenon resulting from someone else’s loss and recession. The real Europeans had to diminish in number, recede in the quality of manpower and decay in their old work ethic in order for the replacement with outsiders to arrive in force. Someone has to pick up where others left off, and even the fall of civilization is survived by someone or by some substitute. Nature truly leaves nothing to vacuum or even chance, as nothing living can skip the necessary or destined steps to a purpose. Gaps don’t remain for long.
Europe’s population gap is being filled by Europe’s enemies, but Europe’s cultural gap remains unfilled because culture cannot be patched up by immigration. Culture is not a sausage factory or a street vendor with falafel in hand spreading germs to unsuspecting busy Europeans on their predictable way to work or home. The unique value, the property of the European intellectual space, is being ignored. The future belongs to those who leave survivors behind. And a destroyed culture can leave no survivors.
Italy: Muslims threaten to stop working after closing of their mosque in Venice if they no longer have a place of worship
Last Friday of prayer in the mosque located on Fogazaro street, in Mestre (near Venice). It is the same mosque that was also frequented by some Kosovars (Albanians), suspected jihadists, who were arrested a few days ago in Venice and already expelled from there. The meeting with representatives of the Islamic community concluded with the idea of finding another location for their mosque. But there is little time left and the Ramadan feast is near.
“We do not know where to go,” lament the Italian Muslims and some think they are turning upside down one of the many abandoned places in the industrial area with the threat to strike (abandon their menial jobs).
The Bangladeshi community in particular, whose member is at the head of the mosque, is ready to stop work. “Three thousand of us work for Finacnatieri, one thousand five hundred in Venetian pizzerias,” spokesman Kamrul said. “If nobody goes to work, we’ll see what happens.”. And we think about organizing a big event!
In short, without agreement, a confrontation is emerging (between Italians and immigrants). One thing is certain, the cultural center was turned into a prayer room, open from morning to night, on the ground floor of a small shop, and will have to be closed.
Construction defects, continuous noises, dangerous crowds in a neighborhood not far from the center of Mestre, whereto the Italians have now moved away because of daily conflicts with migrants, have become difficult places to live in.
Muslim immigrants in Italy gather in their “mosque”
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