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  • ross1948 10:16 on January 27, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Avanti Popolo!, Calabria, , , , ,   

    Avanti Popolo! Will Italians Chew Up Sour Sardines? 


    We all hoped, yesterday, that Matteo Salvini…

    …and his lovely ally Giorgia Meloni…

    …would manage a double-whammy, simultaneous victories in Emila Romagna AND in Calabria, two more regions liberated from Left regimes and now under patriot control.

    As the morning breaks here in Jakarta, it’s too early to be sure about Emiglia Romagna, where the reds have ruled for 70 years, currently too close to call, but in Calabria, things are looking good.

    A patient wait for details is required.

    But no matter the final outcome – which will be available in most media – it’s clear from exit polls that the patriots have come from a minimal share of the votes last time round to make this election a hair’s breadth win for whichever side comes out on top.

    ….incumbent re-elected with between 47% and 51% of votes, according to the exit polls. The League’s candidate, between 44% and 48% of votes… https://www.wsj.com/articles/italys-center-left-incumbents-expected-to-hold-off-salvini-to-win-crucial-election-11580077821

    And that’s damn near as good as a win for Salvini!

    So a quick gloat is permissible, at least at the smarmy pinko clique that took to calling themselves ‘Sardines’ and were SO arrogant in their expectations…

    Italy’s ‘Sardines’ hope to gut populists in regional ballot

    …..

    …till the electorate told them to Fish Off.

    The challengers have not been ‘gutted!’

    Far from it, the Salvini surge is breath-taking!

    PS

    Avanti Popolo’ is the first line of an Italian red battle-song, typical marxist hypocrisy, to sing of the “people’s advance” when communists have always been the enemy of the people!

    So I use it today to announce the impressive performance of parties who really speak for the people!

     
    • Lorne Marzio 10:42 on January 27, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Now the meddia are trying to dress up the left’s incredibly narrow win in their greatest Italian stronghold as a major blow to Salvini.
      The New York Times says he was ‘dealt a blow!’
      The left have been totally dominant in rhat region since WW2, so for Salvini to turn it around so successfully that the left just scraped back in?
      Who got dealt the blow?
      My ancestors were Italians who migrated (legally!)
      If they’d had a Salvini back then, they might never have left.

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      • Molly Langton 21:01 on January 27, 2020 Permalink | Reply

        Lorne, I have no Italian ancestors that I know of but I too wish we had a Salvini to fight for us.
        He did very well in that election yesterday, a result any party leader would be proud of, in his enemies’ traditional heartland, just a few percentage points short of winning.
        Sooner or later, that useless coalition in Rome will have to face the whole Italian electorate.
        There will be dirty trick used against him but I believe he will prevail.

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  • ross1948 16:33 on January 26, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Calabria, ,   

    Sorry, Calabria – I Missed Your Election News! 


    A reader has drawn my attention to my omission ( from my previous posts) of the Southern Italian region of Calabria, which, like Emilia Romagna, is also Left-controlled but is expected to fall to the patriotic alliance of Salvini’s Lega and Giorgia Meloni’s Fratelli party.

    ….

    Like most media, I focused on the northern region because it is a much tougher nut for the Italian resistance to crack.

    But of course I hope voters in both contests choose the right candidates!

     

     
  • ross1948 15:54 on June 13, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Calabria, , , , , San Ferdinando,   

    Whining Migrants V Italian Cops – Why Don’t They Sod Off Home? 


    More depressing news from Italy, where decent citizens in the Calabrian town of San Ferdinando are fed up to the back teeth with the uninvited aliens infesting their small community.

    Tensions between local residents and the 1,000-strong community of foreign seasonal workers have been stretched to breaking point by the death of Sekine Traore, a 27-year-old worker from Mali, on Wednesday.=

    It seems the savage was shot in self-defence after a police officer was ‘stabbed’ near his eye by the allegedly drunken, knife-wielding worker.

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    civilised man v savage

    ———

    Hundreds of Traore’s fellow-primitives descended on the town hall, shrilling that heavy-handed police tactics are to blame for his death.

    “The police should have come to the camp to make peace – not to kill.”

    Hey, savages!

    It’s Italy you’re in, not some jungle!

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    It’s not just Italy – more savages, gate-crashing Spain!

    ——————-

    Italian Police are not obliged to ‘make peace,‘ as if they are the Seventh Cavalry holding pow-wows with some tribe on the frontier.  

    YOU savages are there on sufferance, so bob down. 

    Nobody asked you to intrude on San Ferdinando, or anywhere in Italy….

    Pity Italy – Retired Couple ‘Slaughtered Like Goats!’ 

    …so YOU have to drop your uppity arrogance or sod off back to ‘sub-Saharan Africa,’ where the report says most of you come from.

    But they’re learning fast, these crimmigrants. 

    They have been studying useful words and phrases, maybe not a lot, but enough to compose signs displaying impressive mastery of cultural marxist pejoratives.  

    Protesters also carried signs and placards branding the police “racists”, “fascists” and “mafiosi.”

    Mere red-rat rubbish, for the local DA has made it clear that it was almost certainly a legitimate use of force.” http://www.thelocal.it/20160609/calabrian-migrants-protest-over-racist-police-shooting

    What’s most disturbing is not the offensive character of these savages  – one is habituated to that – but how long the poor Italians there have had to put up with their intolerable conduct. 

    Two days of unrest in 2010 prompted more than 1,000 Africans to flee the town after clashes left 67 people injured, between migrants, police officers and locals.

    RENZI_12_resize Red Renzi – ‘Six thousand migrant arrivals is not an invasion’: Renzi  

    • Unfortunately, Red Renzi’s shameful meddling with the law, by which he decriminalised illegal immigration, has made it harder for honest cops to detain rabble of the sort described above.
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    What’s needed, clearly, is a lot more ‘heavy-handed police tactics!’

     

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