Missolini Takes On Globalism
By Atom Bergstrom
In October 2022, President Sergio Mattarella appointed Giorgia Meloni as Italy’s first female Prime Minister
She’s a firebrand … and a breath of fresh air and freedom in a globalist world.
On election day Giorgia Meloni shared a photo of herself holding two melons in front of her chest.
Forbes ranks her as “the seventh most powerful woman in the world.”
Some folks call her “Missolini.”
Giorgia Meloni is opposed to globalism, mass immigration, euthanasia, abortion, gender identity, same-sex marriage, LGBT parenting, and George Soros.
According to Missolini …
“When you are a slave, you act in Soros’s interests.”
“I don’t vaccinate my daughter because it’s not a religion.”
“The low birth rate is the biggest problem facing Europe. If we do not address this, everything else we do is pointless.”
“I believe the state should incentivize the natural family based on marriage. And if I’m not married [she’s not and has a child], I do not expect the state to extend to me the same privileges it does to married couples. That’s the point. Pay attention!”
“Why is the family an enemy? Why is the family so frightening? There is a single answer to all these questions. Because it defines us. Because it is our identity. Because everything that defines us is now an enemy for those who would like us to no longer have an identity and to simply be perfect consumer slaves. And so they attack national identity, they attack religious identity, they attack gender identity, they attack family identity.”
“I can’t define myself as Italian, Christian, woman, mother. No. I must be citizen X, gender X, parent 1, parent 2. I must be a number. Because when I am only a number, when I no longer have an identity or roots, then I will be the perfect slave at the mercy of financial speculators. The perfect consumer.”
According to “Cash Must be King, Giorgia Meloni Tells Shoppers,” Australian National Review, Dec. 1, 2022 …
“Meloni, who was elected in September, is finalising her first budget, which is due to include a rule allowing shopkeepers and businesses to refuse cards and demand cash for payments up to €60. The rule would raise the current limit of €30 and includes permission to sell and buy goods worth up to €5,000 in cash, up from €1,000.
“Meloni has an unusual justification for supporting banknotes over plastic. She told parliament: ‘The only legal currency in Italy and Europe is the paper notes issued by the European Central Bank. Electronic money is not legal currency.'”