Capalbio in Tuscany

Hilltop town in Tuscany in revolt over plan to take in 50 refugees

A picturesque hilltop town on the coast of Tuscany, for decades the favourite haunt of Italy’s intelligentsia, is in revolt over a plan to settle 50 refugees within its medieval walls.

Capalbio, which lies a couple of miles from white sand beaches, is known as “the pearl of the Maremma” – a region in southern Tuscany known for its wild coastline, rolling hills and “butteri”, Italian cowboys who farm long-horned cattle.

The refugees are due to arrive next month, part of a nationwide scheme to find accommodation for the tens of thousands who wait months, sometimes years, for their asylum applications to be processed.

  • Clink9

    The turds in the punch bowl.

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    The refugees are all gay and those are pretty high walls.

  • xavier

    What? But but but why won’t the elites take in the refugees? After all they favour a borderless world and cultural understanding

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Here is a plan that would do wonders.
    Resettle ALL new refugees and asylum seekers in the highest income postal codes and within 1/4 mile of the highest elected officials.
    Work from the top down and see how fast this problem goes away.

    • Clink9

      You have my vote. Could you imagine one of these shit heels showing up with Turdeau’s daughter for dinner one day.

      Hey “Dad”, pass the potatoes.

  • jack burns

    Remarkable how similar the tactics are across Europe and North America. The Soros employees running those governments are trying to inoculate the best places with this trash.

  • tom_billesley

    It might be ironic were it not tragic.
    Abandonment of coastal towns, lowland villas and farms of the Roman period and a retreat to easily-fortified hilltop towns such as Capalbio in Tuscany was a feature of early mediaeval Italy. Why? – because of arab muslim invaders and slave raiders.

    Ref: Emmet Scott “Mohammed & Charlemagne Revisited: The History of a Controversy”, New English Review Press 2012