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:::I'm pretty sure it's against the rules and basic principles of the Wikimedia Foundation unless it's in connection with articles dealing with hatred and violence against migrants and together with other images showing other aspects of migration in Italy.
:::Its use as the only image on is especially bad and completely gratuitous since it in no way illustrates migration as a whole in Italy, only one byproduct of it, and gives a completely distorted view of migration in Italy, which consists almost exclusively of normal, sane people helping or at least not hurting migrants and definitely not calling for violence against them; sane critics of migration criticize politicians, not the migrants, and most definitely do not call for violence against them. This image here gives completely irrational undue publicity to the views of a very small, irrational, and criminal minority amongst vocal critics of migration, which are themselves a minority, even in Italy.
:::Use of this picture alone is also very bad, sensationalist journalism. If any kind of image dealing with hatred towards migrants and incitement to violence against them is considered newsworthy enough in a responsible news outlet to be the only image in an article on migration, it would be something like a picture of a burning refugee reception center or its wounded or fearful inhabitants, for example, not a random slogan on a random wall.
:::This slogan and its image here very clearly constitutes incitement to crime and constitutes very real danger if publicly visible even if it may educate some people and thereby do good. It constitutes real danger and is therefore probably illegal in most countries (at least in its current form as a lone illustration and presented without any kind of background information, simply as public incitement to violence). --[[Gebruiker:Espoo|Espoo]] ([[Overleg gebruiker:Espoo|overleg]]) 17 sep 2019 10:57 (CEST)