‘We will never be slaves!’
‘We will defend God, country, and family. Those things that disgust people so much. We will do it to defend our freedom. Because we will never be slaves and simple consumers at the mercy of financial speculators.’
Italy joins Hungary and Sweden in Europe’s new nationalism
Giorgia Meloni off on the right foot.
RIGHTIST GIORGIA MELONI, 45, was elected Italy’s first female Prime Minister on Sunday, and its first right-wing leader since World War II.
Meloni, a journalist, has distanced herself from the neo-fascist, Mussolini-tainted background of her Brothers of Italy party. She spurns the term fascism and calls herself a right-centrist.
FOR THE PEOPLE & ANTI-ESTABLISHMENT
Voters are more interested in trying to make a living these days, she says, than living in the past. Her party vigorously opposes the elitist status quo of the Establishment globalists and will put Italy first.
The right-wing bloc, which includes ex-Premier Silvio Berlusconi, has vowed to cut taxes and lower the pensionable age.
And most dramatically, the party will prevent migrants from reaching Italy by boat from North Africa. A naval blockade will stop boats carrying migrants putting out to sea.
PRO FAMILY VALUES & ANTI-LGBTETC
The mother of a young girl, Meloni strongly supports “natural families” and refuses to cater to the growing LGBT fanaticism.
“We are ready to restore freedom and pride to this nation,” she told the newspaper Il Giornale. “They say the markets, actors, and influencers are worried about a centre-right victory. We don’t care what they say. We care what the Italians think.”
Meloni has reformed the FdI party from its Mussolini* origins.
Her policies are in line with Hungary’s nationalist leader Viktor Orban and the recently elected Swedish nationalistic right-wing coalition.
France, where Marine Le Pen’s rightist party is the official opposition, is expected to follow suit in the next elections and oust globalist Emmanuel Macron.
The right-wing trend in Europe is a clear sign of a global shift among voters that bodes well for America’s GOP in the November mid-term elections when Republicans hope to win back the House of Representatives and the Senate.
— Guglielmo Michelini in Rome
*Benito Mussolini, Prime Minister of Italy from 1922 until he was ousted on a no-confidence vote in 1943. He was the leader of Italian Fascism until he was hanged, along with his mistress, in 1945 by Italian Communist partisans at the age of 61.