Teacher investigated for Facebook posts wishing genocide on migrants

The woman, an English clergyman during a Marco Polo high propagandize in executive Venice, had common online articles about migrant rescues with comments such as: “Another rescue… can’t we let them die?”

She called a liquid of migrants to a nation as an “invasion” and “the disease of a third millennium” and referred to Muslim children as “future criminals, to be eradicated”, according to internal paper Venezia Today.

The teacher’s Facebook page has now been taken down, though Italian media have common screenshots of a offending statuses. 

In several posts, she wished genocide on refugees, saying: “I wish they all drown… that nobody is saved” and “burn them alive”. 

Two deputies from a Italian Left party, Giulio Marcon and Celeste Costantino, have called for an “urgent investigation” into a high propagandize by a Ministry of Education, to endorse if a clergyman is obliged for a posts and either she should face disciplinary action.

Macron used his possess Facebook page to reject a teacher’s actions, asking: “What is a clergyman who incites loathing training children?” 

The woman, a 59-year-old, also used amicable media to regard former Italian nazi personality Benito Mussolini and to impugn several distinguished Italian politicians.

In particular, she targeted Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, President of a Chamber of Deputies Laura Boldrini (whom she called a “disgusting whore, bitch”) and Venice’s mayor.

In their grave ask to a Ministry of Education, Marcon and Costantino described a xenophobic comments as “absolutely horrific”. 

They pronounced that while “thousands” of amicable media profiles common identical posts, such views were unsuitable entrance from “the open form of a clergyman during one of a many critical schools in Venice’s ancestral centre, where there is a flourishing series of unfamiliar and Muslim children”.

Around 1,000 children ages 14 to 19 investigate during her school, and a dual deputies remarkable that “of course” many of them would be informed with their teacher’s posts.

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