Salvini Proposes Cutting Italian Funds To The UN

13 Sep

Colton Hveem

Deputy Premier and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini of Italy has responded to the UN allegations of racism taking within his country. Salvini proposed, “The UN is an organization that costs billions of euros, to which Italy gives over 100 million every year in contributions and we will weight with our allies on the usefulness of continuing to give these 100 million euros to fund waste, embezzlement, theft for a boy that wants to give lessons to Italians and that also has countries that engage in torture and (still have) the death penalty.”

His response follows a proposed investigation from the UN into a supposed increase in violence against non-Italians. United Nations human rights chief Michelle Bachelet said, “we intend to send personnel to Italy to evaluate reports of a sharp increase in acts of violence and racism against migrants.”

Salvini does not take the allegation lightly, and proposed the UN’s time was better spent elsewhere. “It I were the UN, I would have half a world to send inspectors to before Italy. Go look for racism elsewhere, not in Italy.”

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