Italy’s Kabobo

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How many people are there like Italy’s Kabobo? Hundreds? Thousands? Where do they live? No one knows.
In Milan‘s Via Melzo, a Portuguese citizen originally from Angola, bites off the ear of a passer-by. Then he goes on towards Porta Venezia where he beats up someone at the exit of the Metro. He gets on a train and then at the Palestro station he headbutts, kicks and punches a young man. He goes back above ground and picks up a brick that he throws in the face of a sixty year old taking a dog for a walk. This breaks his nose and gives him a massive black eye. He’s arrested and after a month he’s set free. The pensioner saw him again in the neighbourhood and hid in his car. The dog ran away.
In the Niguarda district of Milan, a man from Ghana, who with other immigrants has already been found to have committed violent acts, including aggression against the Police leading to imprisonment for 6 months, kills three people using a pickaxe and injures another three people.. Kabobo, without a home, without a job, has been wandering around Italy undisturbed for some time. Kabobo asked for political asylum when he landed in Lampedusa, in 2011. But his request was turned down. But the immigrant appealed and the judges haven’t yet given a decision and although he’s not got permission to stay he couldn’t be deported. Before committing these crimes, Kabobo spent the night in the ruins of villa Trotti in an abandoned area in the middle of the Niguarda neighbourhood. On 16 April he was identified by the Carabinieri.
In Castagneto Carducci, a man from Senegal, Ablaye Ndoye, a drug pusher, was arrested for the murder of Ilaria, a nineteen year old woman who was so forcibly beaten up during an attempted sexual assault that she was suffocated by the blood from her injuries to her nasal cavity. Ablaye didn’t have status and he had received an expulsion order.
Three different cases. An EU citizen who is Portuguese who had to (has to) stay in prison, here or in his own country, and anyway needs to be sent back there. A man from Ghana who should have been under special surveillance because of his violence. A man from Senegal whose expulsion order has never been put into effect.
Who is responsible? Not the Police that can do nothing but risk their lives to arrest them, but cannot do that. Not the magistracy that is subject to the law. Not Parliament, that on the topic of security has done a voting exchange deal between the right and the left and has thus created the preconditions for the birth of racism in Italy.
No one is to blame, perhaps not even Kabobo. If they accept that he has mental health problems, he will soon be a free person once again.

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And the point of this piece is what exactly?

er, yes, using a pickaxe on people is not nice and is illegal I think.

but what is the point of this piece?

In the timeframe covered by the events in this piece can I reasonably assume that white Italians
have committed lots of violent crimes?

Also not nice, also illegal.

what is the point of this piece?

Posted by: Paul Taylor | May 26, 2013 12:10 PM


Terrible crimes committed by Black immigrants. Have white men committed crimes against blacks in Europe or in Africa? And continue to do so today on a gigantic scale. Was Europe built on the super exploitation of Africa and other parts of the world populated by brown skinned people? Have you been hypnotized by a deliberately racist culture so that you can't answer those questions? 400 brown skinned children die of hunger every hour,why? No one cares and the rich/white countries control the rules of trade.If I was brown I might be insanely angry.

Posted by: Michael Harkness | May 22, 2013 10:53 PM


So here’s a past triumvirate at all: Portugal, French and United Kingdom. Quote from the movie called ‘The Trade of Arms’: “The God’s punishment is much more powerful than your colonies…you are only shadows! Empty simulacrums!”

Posted by: Paolo | May 16, 2013 11:31 PM


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