Hundreds of Maltese recently rallied in opposition of the flood of Muslim migrants invading their island.
Malta is located in the Mediterranean, southwest of Italy.
Organizers claimed 14,000 have signed a petition opposing forced integration.
As expected, the media portrayed the patriots as intolerant racists. The headline from TimesOfMatla.com read, "Incidents, racism, during demo against 'forced integration' in Valletta."
In reality the Maltese are targets of racism; an imposing genocide that intends to displace Western culture in Europe.
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A group of some 200 people this morning took part in a demonstration against migration. The activity was held in Valletta by the Ghaqda Patrijotti Maltin.
It started near the Parliament building and headed towards the offices of the European Commission and the European Parliament in St Paul's Street.
Participants circulated a petition headed 'No to forced integration'. Organisers said 14,000 have signed it so far.
Before the demonstration started, policemen had to intervene to protect broadcaster Peppi Azzopardi following threatening behaviour by some of those present as he interviewed participants.
Speaking outside the law courts, Għaqda Patrijotti Maltin president Alex Pisani said immigration was “leading to the eradication of the Maltese race”.
He called for harsher punishments for migrants found guilty of criminal acts and for a limit on social benefits. “Better a police state than a state of fear,” he added.
The march then continued on to Merchants' Street, the closest police would allow protesters to Europe House. Addressing the crowd, another official from the organisation described immigrants as “rapists, drug dealers and recidivists”.
“Why are they here? There’s no war in their country,” he said to loud cheers. “Malta should be for the Maltese only.”
Despite calls from the organisers not to make an issue of skin colour, one protester who spoke to Times of Malta proudly proclaimed himself a “white supremacist”, while another compared immigrants to “cockroaches”.
A woman circulating an anti-immigration petition said: “We need to send a message that the Maltese people do not want these blacks in the country.”
As the protest wound up, the organisers were forced to intervene several times to implore the protesters to “go home in peace”, as sections of the crowd again encircled members of the press.
One protester was pushed aside by police after attempting to strike a cameraman with his placard.
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