Can Giorgia Meloni save Italy from being hijacked by immigrants?


It is natural that pro-globalist New York Times hates Giorgia Meloni and compares her with Mussolini, because of her ‘Italy First’ policy. This victory of far-right is a big blow to the left and far-left. Like the Sweden Democrats (SD), who triumphed at the polls on September 11, the Brothers of Italy, who won big have been described in the left-leaning international media as “far-right”, “hard right”, “extremist”, and even “fascist”. While the New York Times wrote, Meloni is “poised to be the country’s first far-right leader since Mussolini”, British daily the Guardian said “Italy will not have its most rightwing prime minister since 1945”.

The day before the Italian election, anxious journalists sought comment from Ursula von der Leyen, head of the European Commission, who reassured them that if things didn’t go “in the right direction” in Italy, she had “tools” with which to respond. In other words, an unelected technocrat – a woman whose extraordinary power over the lives of 450 million people has never been subjected to the vote of a single ordinary citizen – was threatening reprisal if the citizens of a sovereign country chose leaders she didn’t like.

Ursula von der Leyen’s concept of “the right direction” means rule by globalist the greatest menace to which is government of the people, by the people, and for the people. Hence the need to smear champions of liberty as fascists. (Just ask Hillary Clinton, who the other day, apparently having decided that “deplorables” wasn’t quite strong enough, likened Trump supporters to Nazis).

Leyen’s statement clearly proves, they are unwilling to respect the rights of Italian people in choosing their leader. Instead, they want to dictate them, which can only be seen as a naked interference into sovereignty and independence of a great nation. Under the garb of globalist policy, leaders like Ursula von der Leyen are willing to Italy and other European nations get hijacked by illegal migrants and immigrants and even Islamization of those nations by radical Muslims, who already have entered the European countries and advancing their agenda of enforcing Islamist and Sharia culture and rule in the societies.

Let’s have a glimpse on some information available on Giorgia Meloni in the media:

She fervently supports Ukraine in the current war stating “a proud nation that is teaching the world what it is to fight for freedom”,

She upholds ‘Italy First’ policy,

Her party is pro-NATO and anti-EU,

She firmly opposes mass Muslim immigration.

After Sunday’s election, an Italian voter explained his support for Meloni to a CBS News reporter in three words: “Too many immigrants”.

In a 2000 speech at the National Conservatism Conference, Meloni declared that “our main enemy today is the globalist drift of those who view identity in all its forms to be an evil to be overcome and [who] constantly ask to shift real power away from the people to super-national entities headed by supposedly enlightened elites”.

During this year’s election campaign, she told a crowd of supporters: “Yes to the natural family, no to the LGBT lobby! Yes to sexual identity, no to gender ideology! Yes to the culture of life, no to the abyss of death! No to the violence of Islam, yes to safer borders! No to mass immigration, yes to work for our people!”

The Spectator in a report headlined ‘Is Gloria Meloni the Most Dangerous Woman in Europe’, whote: If she opposes illegal immigration, there’s good reason for it: In the past eight years, about 750,000 migrants have crossed the 300 miles of Mediterranean that separate Libya from Sicily – many ferried across by NGO charity vessels on permanent standby”.

Yes, for the sake of Italy’s interest, entry of illegal immigrants into Italy should not only be stopped, there should also be nationwide crackdown on illegal immigrants. At the same time, Giorgia Meloni needs to adopt stricter policy in starting special surveillance on Muslim migrants in the country to make sure, radical Islam is not spread in the country. Before issuing visas to the family members of immigrants, Italian missions should be asked to conduct comprehensive investigation into their backgrounds. Punitive measures should be taken against Muslim immigrants who marry Italian girls and get them converted into Islam.

Meloni believes in tax cuts and less government meddling in the economy. During lockdown, she opposed Italy’s strict vaccine-passport rules. Abortion? She’d never have one, “but supports Italy’s abortion law which permits it on demand up to 90 days”. She’s big on family, but isn’t legally wed to her boyfriend because he’s not into marriage.

Her hero, according to the Spectator, is the late, great British philosopher Roger Scruton (1944-2020), who “always knew how to embody the essence of conservatism as a way of life and never as an ideology”.

Whatever the global media may say about Giorgia Meloni, in my opinion, her priority should be to ensure – Italy is not hijacked by the illegal and legal immigrants.


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