Share this picture if you are outraged.” This was a reference to Laura Boldrini, President of the Chamber of Deputies of Italy, who has drawn fierce criticism for her progressive open migration policy.The image quickly went viral but many wholly misunderstood Bottura’s intentions and instead expressed their “disgust” and "shame" at the two star’s extravagant shopping spree.
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Samuel L Jackson and Magic Johnson might be most people’s idea of household names but the two high-profile individuals have been mistaken for immigrants on holiday in Tuscany.
The acclaimed Hollywood actor and retired basketball player were pictured sitting on a bench surrounded by luxury shopping bags, including Louis Vuitton and Prada, in Forte dei Marmi.
Critics referred to the 35 euros paid by Italian citizens for accommodating refugees on EU quotas while venting their frustrations.
Bottura later said on Facebook: "The meme has been shared thousands of times and 40 per cent of people understood the provocation, 30 per cent were outraged and 20 per cent thought it was a racist meme and that I had failed to recognise Samuel Jackson and Earvin 'Magic' Johnson, (I will not reveal the 10 per cent)." Nina Moric, an Italian model who is originally Croatian, voiced her anger about Jackson and Johnson, saying seeing migrants misusing "our 35 Euros" was "too much”.
She argued it was proof of the fact people use social media to "confirm their prejudices, regardless of what the truth is.
None of us are immune to this phenomenon.” She added: “If you think migrants come here to [encamp] for €35 a day, that post will confirm it.
The bodies of two drowned Roma children lie covered by towels on an Italian beach while holidaymakers carry on unfazed enjoying the sun.