Rome’s mayor, the beautiful 38-year-old Virginia Raggi, is the first female mayor of Italy’s capital city and has the style and looks of a dark-haired Ivanka Trump, but make no mistake – she is deadly serious about protecting her city from an existential threat.
Raggi doesn’t allow political correctness to keep her from speaking blunt and honest truth to the millions of Romans that are her constituents.
A quick glance at headlines and statistics from around Europe convinced Raggi, elected in 2016, that her city would be placed in jeopardy if it followed the policy advocated by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the European Union in admitting unvetted – and “unvettable” – Muslim refugees from the Middle East.
As Germany, Brussels, France, Sweden and Great Britain have learned, ISIS terrorists who have infiltrated groups of legitimate refugees are intent upon only one thing – establishing a global Islamic caliphate.
England suffered three major terror attacks in a span of only two months and France remains under a state of emergency after a series of deadly attacks rocked the capital of Paris, Nice and even small towns.
Raggi has no intention of allowing the same fate to befall her beloved Rome, long considered to be the crown jewel in the territorial goals of ISIS.
The conquest of the Vatican, the center of the Catholic faith and home to the Pope, and the entire city of Rome are named in ISIS’s manifesto, and the threats are specific, brutal – and terrifying.
“It will be broken and defeated… we will conquer your Rome, break your crosses, and enslave your women, by the permission of Allah, the Exalted.”
Worse still, the threat is generational.
“If we do not reach that time, then our children and grandchildren will reach it, and they will sell your sons as slaves at the slave market.”
Unlike the other European leaders, Raggi understands it and has called for an immediate ban to be put in place demanding an immediate halt to immigration into Rome.
Mayor Raggi said she finds it, “impossible, as well as risky, to think up further accommodation structures,” for the Muslims – some legitimate, some dangerous – who want to flood the ancient city of Rome.
Foreigner-born residents represent eight percent of the population of Rome.
And Virginia Raggi wants to make sure that number doesn’t go any higher – at least as long as she’s mayor.
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