Italian Schoolgirl Jiu-Jitsu Champ Fights Off Three Migrant Muggers
A schoolgirl in Italy’s Lombardy region fought off an attack by three North African immigrants using her jiu-jitsu skills, Il Giorno reported.
Three men of North African appearance who tried to rob a 16-year-old Italian schoolgirl ended up running away in fright and learning a humiliating lesson: never pick on a black belt in jiu-jitsu, even if she’s just a schoolgirl.
The incident happened on Friday in the town of Trescore Balneario, in the Lombardy region of northern Italy.
The girl was walking home from school at around 2pm when she was accosted by a group of North Africans who appeared to be about 20 years old.
They surrounded the girl and one of them tried to steal her mobile phone by putting his hand in her jacket pocket.
However, he didn’t count on the schoolgirl’s reaction, as she grabbed his arm and used her jiu-jitsu to immobilize him.In shock, the man’s two accomplices quickly fled the scene. After the girl released her grip, the would-be robber ran after them, “without saying a word,” Il Giorno reported.
The girl reported the incident to a family member when she arrived home, who took her to a police station.
Local police, who are investigating a wave of similar incidents, are currently trying to identify the three suspects, who are thought to be immigrants from North Africa.
Naples, Italy: CasaPound holds memorial for Ukrainian nationalist Dmytro Yakovets
Yesterday, February 5, at the Ukrainian consulate in Naples, Casapound Italia commemorated Dmytro Yakovets, a young Ukrainian and, one could say, pan-European nationalist, activist of a scout “Plast” oganization, who fell victim of a tragic train accident in his hometown L’viv at the age of 22 while putting up a banner in solidarity with repressed activists of Casapound Italia in Naples.
“Being a warrior means living forever.
Dmytro is always with us!”
CasaPound poster campaign sweeps entire nation
THOUSANDS of anti-migration posters have been plastered across Italy, sparking international acclaim.
One poster read: “Those who flee war, abandoning wives, parents and children along the way, do not deserve respect.”
With more than 6,000 members nationwide, the Italian fascist group is growing rapidly.
Its members have formed a close alliance with Italy’s anti-immigrant, anti-EU Northern League, a party led by Matteo Salvini, a staunch supporter of Donald Trump.