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.
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.’
Let her apologize or resign Salvini rages against The Euro Bloc’s blatant threats and interference in the Italian Elections
In response to a question about the upcoming elections in Italy, Ursula Albrecht (she married her title) the unelected and unelectable president of the EU bloc hinted that the European Commission will take action if things in Italy go in the same direction as in Hungary and Poland.
From September 25 Italy, the EU’s third most powerful economy will have a Fascist government. Italy’s political heavyweight Silvio Berlusconi, who was the country’s prime minister for four terms, has announced that he’ll run for Senate in the snap election next month.
With immigration surging due to favourable weather, Italian League party leader Matteo Salvini is pointing out that he is currently on trial for defending his country’s borders by refusing to allow migrant ships to dock.
There are millions in the West sympathising and supporting Russian President Vladimir Putin and typically Italy. In fact, vast numbers of Russian supporters are present across the entire breadth of the political spectrum, from the extreme left to the extreme right, according to the German television channel N-TV.
A new coalition of European right-wing parties is essential, leader of France’s National Assembly Marine Le Pen told Mandiner in an interview.