More Wages of Diversity in Italy By Richard Miller

     Remember the old line that diversity is a strength? Does this mean that there cannot be any negative side to the diversity ideology? Presumably so. But that seems absurd, since every doctrine has counter-arguments against it, even such things as the nature of existence. Thus, the diversity ideology was only intended to be marketed in the early stages, before mass migration developed a mind and momentum of its own.

“According to testimony from a teen girl who escaped sexual slavery at the hands of the Nigerian mafia in Italy, the organised crime syndicate has forced girls as young as twelve to become prostitutes. The testimony comes from a 15-year-old Nigerian girl who told prosecutors in the city of Bologna that she had been sold to the mafia by her father in Nigeria and smuggled illegally into Italy through the Mediterranean migrant route, Il Giornale reports. One in Italy, the young girl was put under the control of a so-called “Maman”, an older woman who has often been a former prostitute themselves. Intercepted phone conversations between a Maman and others revealed that the Nigerian mafia prefers to use illegal migration to bring in young girls rather than air travel due to the lack of oversight and regulations. The woman, who is said to be 26, also claimed that she knew of a 12-year-old girl who had been forced to prostitute herself. She later complained about the 15-year-old who ran away to Italian authorities, telling the young girl’s father, “I bought her a 300 Euro phone too, but nothing has changed. She doesn’t respond, she’s unruly.”

     That is only the tip of the iceberg, if iceberg is an appropriate metaphor to describe colonising war lord gangs, and all that comes with that:

“The recent murder and dismemberment of a teenage Italian girl is clearly the work of the Nigerian mafia, says a leading Italian criminologist, which has recently reached Italy and is quickly expanding. “The Nigerian Mafia, the most ruthless mafia in the world, killed Pamela [Mastropietro]. Its sects are colonizing Italy and stealing business from the traditional mafia families,” said Alessandro Meluzzi, a prominent criminologist, surgeon and psychiatrist in a television interview this week. “What we have seen in the case of Pamela are the same methods the Nigerian mafia systematically employs in Nigeria and elsewhere,” Meluzzi said. “It is a routine to cut victims into pieces and, in some cases, to eat parts of their bodies.” The dismembered corpse of 18-year-old Pamela Mastropietro was found earlier this month in two suitcases, but was missing her neck, heart and genitals. The body had been deboned and washed in bleach. Three Nigerian immigrants have been arrested in connection with the murder, which took place in the central Italian city of Macerata. Shortly after the murder, Italian police arrested Innocent Oseghale, a 29-year-old Nigerian man, and afterward discovered blood-stained clothes, large kitchen knives, a cleaver, and other items belonging to the murdered woman in the man’s apartment. Later two more suspected accomplices were also arrested. Meluzzi said he was not surprised that the young woman’s heart was missing. “Child soldiers in Sierra Leone ate human hearts as a rite of passage in order to gain courage,” Meluzzi said. “In the Nigerian mafia, ritual cannibalism, is not an exception, but a rule. These are normal things for them, but here nobody talks about it, out of fear of being called racist. We should get used to these things: this is just the tip of an iceberg destined to grow larger.” The hearts [are] considered “the choicest part, which animists believe infuses courage and long life, and is considered a sort of tonic,” he said.

     Note that this is not a “racist” critique from, since the people suffering the most from these mafia activities are the victimised migrants themselves, especially young women, pawns in the great game of organised crime.



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Monday, 08 August 2022