I am missing something:
All the medias report with horror about what has happened in the United States to those incarcerated clandestine immigrants and their children, locked (I hope just the time to find their relatives who will look after them until the moment they can be reunited with their parents!) but not a single word has been spent on what has been publically declared (and confirmed by the official data from the German Ministry) to the European Parliament: In 2016, in just one year (and every year the number increases) 84.000 children have been taken away from their parents in Germany, most of them (72%) are bi-national, therefore, if math is not an opinion, 60.840, a good portion of them Italians
All the mainstreaming medias dig up dirt on Salvini, because he has expressed the intention to conduct a census on gypsies, but no one tells you that if you end up in the clutches of a court/public prosecutor’s office while living in Germany (which is a not an unlike circumstance at all, it is enough to get separated from a German husband/ wife to fall in the depths), on your fascicle it will be written in red letters the word AUSLÄNDER = FOREIGNER just as you see in the images (of a standard German fascicle) above.
Everybody is talking about the right to be welcomed, forgetting, more or less on purpose, that the real and main right should be to be able to live in their country and not feeling forced to move abroad (it would be enough to stop destroying their economies). So while hundreds of thousands of people are forced to leave their homeland and cross the Mediterranean Sea on unsafe boats, risking their lives to make landfall to the Italian coasts, hundreds of thousands of Italians are forced to move abroad and emigrate, looking for a job that can sustain their family. The vast majority of Italians who emigrate for economic reasons move to Germany, where, with a good probability (look at the statistics) they’ll have their kids taken away by a government that feel more adequate to raise the Italian children.
Dott.ssa Marinella Colombo
Membro della European Press Federation
Responsabile nazionale dello Sportello Jugendamt, Associazione C.S.IN. Onlus
Membro dell’Associazione Enfants Otages
Thanks to Salvo Migliorino for the translation from Italian to English