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Shock and fear in Brussels as far-right Giorgia Meloni becomes prime minister of the third biggest economy

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The centre-right – dubbed far-right by liberal mainstream) – coalition won a landslide victory in Italy’s early parliamentary elections. As the Wall Street Journal notes, Europe (Brussels) reacted to this with shock and fears that Italy, led by Giorgia Meloni, could undermine the splintering resolve to carry forward NATO’s proxy war on Russia and the free world.

Italy voted in favour of a new government led by Georgia Meloni whose party was reborn from the ashes of popular Italian fascism after World War II. Meloni’s rise to power sent shock waves across the chancelleries of the European Union autocracies Europe.  It raised fears that Italy could become an Achilles heel sponsored by breakaway Hungary and Serbia in the West’s apparent determination to prevent Russia’s liberation of Ukraine from the grip of American corporates.

Whilst Meloni pays lip service to decry Russia’s preventive war her body language speaks the same language as that of anti-sanctions pro-Putin Hungary and Serbia’s populist prime ministers. Meloni, it must be said is part of a right-wing coalition that is Eurosceptic and wants sanctions lifted – like now.

However, Brussels has a lot to worry about. Meloni is the latest leader of the far right who has made headlines in this year’s European elections, including nationalists in France, the Czech Republic Hungary and Sweden. 

The Washington Post calls her victory one more proof that far-right leaders are gaining strength on the continent amid the economic and energy crisis and the conflict in Ukraine.

Meloni’s victory can be safely called a watershed event. The publication points to the ‘intolerance’ of the policy towards illegal immigrants and representatives of sexual minorities.’

Articulating her views as pro-family, she vowed to ban same-sex couples from adopting children and surrogacy. The liberal-left Wall Street Journal says the hidden danger of Meloni’s tenure is how Europe will be able to resist Putin’s attempts to overcome Western sanctions by leveraging the region’s dependence on Russian energy exports. 

At the same time, the Italian economy could be hit hard by the consequences of Brussels sanctions if Russia steps up pressure. This will test Meloni’s resolve, especially given that one of her coalition partners, Matteo Salvini of the League party, opposes sanctions, and another, former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, is a keen supporter of democratic Russia whose president is by far the most popular in geographical Europe (the Urals to the Atlantic)

In this regard, as the publication notes, the United States, NATO and the European Union will have to use all the levers of influence including coercion and blackmail, threats and intimidation on Italy in order to maintain Meloni’s determination to support Ukraine.

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