Europe Could "Collapse" Over Migration Says Italy PM; Salvini Insists "Paris-Berlin Axis" Must Change | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Europe Could "Collapse" Over Migration Says Italy PM; Salvini Insists "Paris-Berlin Axis" Must Change

Italy's Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte, said on Monday that the European Union risks collapsing unless it is able to find common ground on mass migration.

"If we continue to stall without a shared path, we risk bringing down the European building," Conte remarked at a press conference discussing a recent meeting in Rome with European Home Affairs Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos.

"We presented what Italy has done up to now to Avramopoulos," said Conte, adding "We are bringing in a change of direction that is bearing fruit."

While discussing Italian efforts to curb mass migration, Conte said: Italy had been left alone and now are are coping alone. We didn't talk about a naval blockade with Avramopoulos but we discussed instruments to defend the borders, which is a very important issue for managing (migrant) flows."

Avramopoulos also met with Italy's Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, who has led the country's tough stance against NGO-operated migrant transport ships across the Mediterranean to Italian ports.

Salvini, speaking with RAI's Tg2 bulletin, Salvini knocked France and Germany for "dictating legislature" over the past decade, adding that he and his allies in other EU countries "want to change Europe, not destroy it," reports Bloomberg

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This issue regarding unchecked immigration must be stopped, and quickly.

This is not America lionized in a poem by poet Emma Lazarus which stands on display as a plaque on the Statue of Liberty and starts, "Give me your Tired, your poor"

Because these people prove a tremendous economic burden when they cannot speak the language, and have zero job skills, for a rapidly evolving techno-culture, where brights, not brawn, will have to rule as more and more jobs are mechanized and computerized.

In fact, I would make a wild guess that within a decade, unskilled labor jobs will "go away", rarely to be seen in industrialized societies.

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