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  • ross1948 14:48 on January 19, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    The Salvini Effect! But It Wears Off With No Booster Dose! 


    The number of migrants arriving in Italy by sea decreased by 50.72 percent in 2019 compared to 2018, according to the Italian ministry of interior. https://euobserver.com/tickers/147008

    Better by far if the cancer is cut out, and that will never happen if Red Renzi and his Five Star fake-populist collabos stay in power.

    Indeed, there’s talk of a huge crimmigrant ‘amnesty!’

    The crimmigrant tsunami was held at bay while Matteo Salvini was in government…

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    …though even then, dependent on those flaccid Five Stars, he could only do so much to deter bludger-boats operated by far-left fanatics.

    Next week, 26th January, we will see the regional results in Emilia-Romagna, long a left stronghold, even stronger than Umbria, which fell to the patriot alliance last October.

    The Enemy Within Italy’s desperation was made manifest this month when the leftist Republicca newspaper called for Salvini to be ‘erased!’

    Not bloody likely!

    If Matteo ‘s Lega and his Fratelli allies, led by that dishy, doughty dame, Giorgia Meloni…

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    …can make the needful break-through there…?

    Another step forward to getting an Italian Government that looks after Italians!

     

     

     
    • Giancarlo 18:45 on January 19, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Wait and see how the 5 Stars will burn out in Emilia Romagna because Matteo Salvini is the great hope for Italy and I think Europe too.
      I am praying for the Lega to win.

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    • Fiona F 19:57 on January 19, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      We need a Salvini in our country.
      In every country.

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  • ross1948 06:42 on October 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Thuringia, Umbria? Double Blow To Collabos – Patriot Parties Advance! 


    Fine results yesterday, first in Germany’s Thuringia, where the AfD patriot party eclipsed Mama Stasi Merkel’s pro-crimmigrant CDU, edging into second place.

    The Left (actually far-left ) Party remains the largest, bizarrely, but now has to search for coalition partners.

    Meanwhile, in Italy, in a once tightly left-controlled region, Umbria, Red Renzi’s so-called ‘Democratic’ Party seems to have stumbled badly, its pro-crimmigrant policies repugnant to many voters.

    Matteo Salvini, the Italian patriot leader, in alliance with Giorgia Meloni’s Brothers of Italy, has gained a ton of votes, his Lega party winning in excess of  % according to latest figures.

    Now we will be watching how Vox fares in Spain.

    The resistance is mobilising in every European country, and a timely mobilisation it is, with the menace of another Erdogan-initiated fake-refugee tsunami looming.

     

     

     
  • ross1948 19:12 on October 27, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Another Election Today – The Good Guys Look Like Winning! 


    I wandered around Perugia once, some years ago, and wasn’t greatly impressed, one way or the other.

    It was just a big city in Italy.

    I’d have been more alert had I known that the region of which it’s the capital, Umbria, had only ever been governed by either communists, the far left or the center left since Italy began holding regional elections nearly 50 years ago.

    https://www.politico.eu/article/italy-regional-election-umbria-matteo-salvini-league-resurgence/

    But then rabid leftists don’t have fangs or swishy forked tails.

    Most of them look like perfectly normal people…

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    Red Renzi, leader of the leftist ‘Democrats’

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    …although there are exceptions to that.

    With respect to Red Renzi, the ‘Democrat’ party leader, he equally doesn’t think like a normal Italian either – few proud citizens of Italy would have cowered from the evil ayatollahs the way he did as PM.

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    • On the left, what the anti-democratic sectarians saw…of the beautiful statue on the right!  
    • Naked Truth? Renzi Belly-Crawls To Islamist Intolerance!   
    • However, the dark days of left dominance in Umbria appear to be over, though we must be patient till tomorrow to see if patriot hero Matteo Salvini matches in reality what the polls are predicting.

    • The article in Politico is remarkable in that there is an air of surprise about its reportage, as if a staunchly working class area should somehow be unwilling to give electoral support to patriot parties.

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    • There’s even a quote from a bloke named Marco –

    • …a history researcher from the town of Marsciano who did not give his surname, thinks the shift began a few years ago. He said that during the 2014-16 PD-led government of Matteo Renzi, center-left politics went from being associated with workers to the upper and middle classes, creating a fundamental shift….

    • And that surprises the man, or anyone?

    • Of course socialist parties, in Italy as elsewhere, are nowadays dens of pampered privileged prats, who live safe distances from the crimmigrants they impose on working class areas.

    • Look too at London, big anti-Brexit vote, because honest British workers are evacuating the capital leaving it to decadent metropolitan elites.

    • And to alien-origin people of whom far too many still cling to alien-origin customs and cultures, who have replaced the indigenous English.

    • Another resident of Terni, an industrial city, echoes the views of many erstwhile Londoners.

    • “We’re all impoverished, no jobs, no future for our kids, you walk around Terni and all you see are immigrants,” he said.

    • So no wonder Salvini is doing well!

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    • “The most shocking fact,” said Marco, “is that the workers in Terni’s steel factory all vote for Salvini.”

    •  .Results tomorrow
     
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