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"They explained that they wanted to watch football matches on Sky TV..."
From Gazzetta Di Mantova as translated by Diversity Macht Frei:
At around 6.30 am on 8 February a group of about twenty asylum seekers staged a protest outside the asylum centre where they lived in Cas di Roncolevŕ, a few kilometres from Castelbelforte. One of them held up a sign saying “We don’t want Anastasia” (the manager of the asylum centre). They also used objects that were lying around to block access to the asylum compound, preventing a female worker from entering. When an employee of the electrical company tried to enter, they manhandled him.This is truly shameful -- on the part of the Italians.
These poor refugees were fleeing from the bad service provided by C Tier cable providers in their home countries -- and now they need to suffer doubly by not getting Sky TV?
Access to Sky TV is basic human right you fascists!
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