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AfD co-leader slams Italy’s Meloni, says she has allowed open borders and supports pro-war policies with Ukraine

TOO has posted quite a bit on Meloni, most quite negative, but some hopeful. This one is pretty much the end of all hope: “Migration has actually doubled there under Prime Minister (Giorgia) Meloni. Open borders instead of blockades.” From Remix: “I want to make it clear that this Melonization will not happen with us” Tensions […]


Meloni’s Betrayal of Italy: Mass Immigration and Naturalization

Via Google Translate By Daniel Matissek September 9, 2023 Little remains of the election promises of Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, who took office as a hardliner in immigration policy: her policies now hardly differ from those of the ruling EU migration lobby. Now 800,000 migrant children are to be naturalized in Italy. Almost […]


Meloni’s failure

From Google translate: Italy’s right-wing government cannot limit mass immigration Even with some tightening of the law, Italy’s right-wing government under Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni has not succeeded in reducing the influx of illegal migrants. Instead, she obviously stabs her voters in the back. Not only is the number of illegal migrants increasing: she also works with […]


Giorgia Meloni as Italian PM

The rise of Giorgia Meloni and her coalition of the right has struck fear into the hearts of the EU and the left everywhere. God forbid that a political movement arise that would challenge globalist dogma. As Ursula von der Leyen, head of the European Commission said before the election, “If things go in a […]


NYTimes on the rise of the “far right” in Europe

David Broder, “The Far Right Wants to Take Over Europe, and She’s [Georgia Meloni] Leading the Way” One can’t expect much from David Broder, but some interesting things nonetheless. I’ve been critical of Meloni, but she may end up doing good after all. As they say, politics is the art of the possible. “There’s just […]


Adenauer – de Gaulle – Nixon – Shah d’Iran, une anthologie contemporaine de la puissance juive

Comme Raymond Aron, nous pensons qu’il faut faire la distinction entre la puissance et le pouvoir. Le pouvoir est l’organisation qui rend la puissance efficiente, mais le pouvoir peut aussi devenir impotent, c’est-à-dire que le pouvoir sans la puissance n’est rien. Ayant cela en tête, commençons notre petite anthologie. 1 – 1965 Konrad Adenauer: on […]