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STORY CREDIT TO HEIKO (FINLAND) FOR DONATION: Described as ‘Europe’s most dangerous woman’ Giorgia Meloni is poised The liberal-globalist cult of Europe is on the ropes as one election after another ousts their co-conspirators and brings in parties dubbed by state-controlled media as ‘far-right.’
Leading the pack of Europe’s renaissance is Hungary’s ultra-conservative anti-sanctions Fidesz party led by Prime Minister Victor Orbán. In migrant and crime-infested Sweden, the nation-destroying liberals were swept from power by a brush wielded by the Social Democrats: mainstream left-wing journalists screech that it was the re-birth of Hitler’s National Socialism.
In France, Marine le Pen’s National Rally are the second most powerful party in the French congress. Likewise, far-right or ultra-conservative VOX are the kingmakers in the Madrid congress.
Yesterday, September 24, with ballots from more than 95% of ballot stations counted, the centrist (ultra-conservative anti-migrant) ANO movement led by former Prime Minister Andrej Babis had the most candidates, 17, advancing to next week’s runoffs.
Today, September 25, Italy is expected to announce the ascendancy of the fiercely anti-migrant semi-Fascist Brothers of Italy Party. Italians will choose the new members of both the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate. Being credited with almost 50 percent of the vote by the last opinion polls that could legally be published up to 15 days before the election, the right-wing bloc looks set to have an absolute majority in both houses of parliament and possibly even a constitutional majority.
Such a result would amount to a political earthquake in the European Union.
The prospect of Giorgia Meloni, the leader of the right-wing, liberal-conservative Fratelli d’Italia party, becoming Italy’s next prime minister is raising alarm in the most left-leaning European capitals and across Western Europe’s mostly left-wing mainstream media.
And with Italy now having a Hungarian-like mixed electoral system, with 37 percent of MPs elected by a majority vote in constituencies and the remaining MPs being elected by a proportional vote on party lists, the right-wing coalition could even enjoy a two-third constitutional majority just as Viktor Orbán has for most of the last 12 years, much to the distress of the left-liberal establishment in Brussels.
Indeed, within the centre-right, which is the name by which the alliance of centre-right and right-wing conservative parties go in Italy, Meloni’s Fratelli d’Italia (Brothers of Italy) have been leading in polls for many months, at 20-25 per cent of voting intentions. This leaves Matteo Salvini’s Lega (the League) trailing with only 12-15 per cent and some 7-10 per cent for Silvio Berlusconi’s centre-right Forza Italia (Forward Italy).
The European left’s panic is best illustrated with this week’s cover published by the German weekly Stern, with Giorgia Meloni being depicted as ‘Europe’s most dangerous woman.’
‘Post-fascist Giorgia Meloni can win the elections with the help of Putin’s friends. This would have extreme consequences for us,’ the Stern cover reads.
Stern also refers to Meloni’s ally Salvini: ‘This week, the focus immediately turned to Salvini and the League when an intelligence report became public in the U.S. that revealed Russia paid parties abroad for years. Salvini promptly rebuffed, saying he ‘never asked for or received any funds, no rubles, euros, dinars or dollars.’
On Sept. 19, public broadcaster RAI aired an interview with French media-friendly, left-wing philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy, a staunch supporter of French President Emmanuel Macron. He compared the Italian right’s predicted victory under the leadership of Giorgia Meloni to the pre-World War II electoral wins of the fascists in Italy and the Nazis in Germany.
The Italian right wing’s ‘social and moral agenda is frightening,’ screamed the European Commission’s first (un-elected) vice-president in charge of the Green Deal, Dutch socialist Frans Timmermans, in an interview for La Repubblica on Sept. 8.
‘If the right wins, Italy risks being the next Hungary. We must avoid that,’ Letta warned, pointing to the fact that ‘the damage would be paid by Italians, of all political orientations, with a recession, interest on mortgages, debt, and cuts in services.’
Letta and his SPD friends, together with the European Commission’s first vice-president, have thus made clear once again that in recent years getting EU funds has become conditional not on abiding by the rule of law but rather by the leftist values of the likes of Enrico Letta and Frans Timmermans. SOURCE ON REQUEST.
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