Italy is one country where a working model for refugee resettlement has already been developed, which I first drew attention to last year using the example of Riace. Now more and more villages are participating:
The question is: why aren’t other EU countries (except Scotland, as also previously noted), Germany in particular, emulating this model? There are villages and small towns dotted all over the map, yet the governments would rather keep refugees concentrated in asylum centres that are not only increasingly overcrowded and hence increases stress among occupants and volunteers alike, but also make refugees easy targets for far-right arson and other terror attacks. Unless, of course, Merkel is – as we have suspected long ago – deliberately trying to do a spectacularly bad job of handling the refugee crisis in order to bring on the Zionist-scripted backlash right on schedule, as can now be seen in the increasing popularity of the AfD…..
(Isn’t it suspicious how little media coverage has been given to Italy’s village revival approach to the refugee influx, especially compared to the fence-building approach of Hungary etc.? It’s as if they want people to think that, because it is inefficient to keep refugees in asylum centres, therefore it is acceptable to let them starve on the border rather than try alternative resettlement schemes.)