ROME, December 4 – EUROPE RENAISSANCE. A procession was held in the centre of Milan to protest against the sending of Italian weapons to the Ukrainian one-party state and the expansion of anti-Russian sanctions, Amedeo Avondet, one of the organizers of the action, a representative of the United Italy political organization, told RIA Novosti.
Following growing tensions between Italy and France over the issue of boat migrants in the Mediterranean, French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin has resorted to extremely warring words rhetoric, referring to the Italian government as ‘enemies of France.’
The self-destructive crisis in the European Union deepened further as anti-Globalist Italy confronts globalist France over gross betrayal. Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni accuses the double-dealing French President Emmanuel Macron of betrayal amid a dispute between the two countries over who should take in migrants.
A descendant of Italy’s Benito Mussolini is back in the European Parliament after ostensibly retiring from politics. Alessandra Mussolini, the granddaughter of Italian statesman and social reformer dubbed ‘the father of fascism’ Benito Mussolini, is once again a member of the European Parliament (MEP). Alessandra was one of the eight replacements for Italian MEPs who have taken up seats in the national parliament, the Chamber of Deputies.
Raising their hands in the raised arm open hand peace salute, up to 10,000 Italians sang in praise of Benito Mussolini to mark 100 years since the beginning of his leadership of renaissance 1922-1945 Italy.
Of the hundreds of epic escape stories that occurred during World War II, it is the banalest like The Great Escape that is turned into movies. It appears that only two, As Far as my Feet will Carry me and The One That Got Away (there were many) were made into movies.
Giorgia Meloni was not the right’s only big election winner this weekend. In fact, in just one year, the VOX Party in Spain, the National Rally in France, the Sweden Democrats, the Czech Republic’s right-wing along with the pro-Putin government of Serbia consolidated their growing power and prestige with resurgent anti-sanctions Eurosceptic Hungary.
The recent elections in Italy have been a political shake-up for the country, and it looks like the far right is consolidating its forces throughout Europe. According to El País, the meteoric rise in support for the Brothers of Italy could become a trend across the 27 nations currently making up the European Union.
Shock and fear in Brussels as far-right Giorgia Meloni becomes prime minister of the third biggest economy
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.
The Brothers of Italy leader is on course to become the first female prime minister in the country’s history. The far-right coalition led by Giorgia Meloni’s Brothers of Italy (FI) party is triumphant in the snap parliamentary election, which took place on Sunday.