First Black Italian Senator Elected – Pro-Immigration Parties Not Happy

First Black Italian Senator Elected – Pro-Immigration Parties Not Happy

en.news – 3/9/18

Toni Iwobi, 62, a Catholic immigrant from Nigeria, has been elected in Brescia, Lombardy, as the first black Italian Senator in the history of the Italian republic. However, his election was not hailed by the Vatican and other organizations which promote mass-immigration.

The reason: Iwobi belongs to the anti-immigration Lega party whose member he has been for 25 years. The Lega became the second-largest party in parliament in the March general election. Iwobi is his party’s spokesman on immigration. He helped write the party’s anti-immigrant platform.

Leftwing propaganda which controls the mainstream media and likes to portray the Lega as “racist”, has now troubles to hide its embarrassment.

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