With Brexit back on the table in Britain and Marine Le Pen busting through the roadblocks of Macron’s globalist bootlickers, people might have missed the stunning victory of Matteo Salvini and his coalition of Italian nationalists – Lega Nord. Though less extreme than Alessandra Mussolini’s Fratelli d’Italia, Salvini has been very hard line against the waves of unwashed African immigrants pouring into his sovereign nation, committing mass crime, hysteria, and a large strain upon an already fragile economy. Having won over 30% of the national vote and gaining a massive number of seats amongst the Italian government, perhaps now is the time for Salvini to throw off any pretense of political correctness and politicking and side with Duce’s granddaughter.
With this amount of power and with his position as the Interior Minister of Italy (unless he plans to run for prime minister which is completely possible at this point), Salvini could affect even more change and possibly sever ties with the European Union, saving Europe from much-untold destruction and ethnic displacement.
While in Milan, Salvini stated he was rather satisfied with the results:
“I am proud to see the League participate in this (potential) new European Renaissance.”
The results were stunning; 32% in a country split by various political parties. Beating the Democratic Party by an impressive margin, Lega Nord now has a solid foundation in Italy.
Salvini is taking notice of the other victories in Britain and France. “Europe is changing.” He declared.
A few leftist mayors in Italy have tightened their resistant attitude to Salvini’s uncompromising stance on immigration and asylum. Declaring his policies “inhumane” and “fascist” they refuse to cooperate with detention details assigned to round up the worst criminals and illegal aliens roaming the streets. However, this electoral outcome may be a sign their positions are not as popular as they once thought.
Salvini has already promised that with this election and the other gains throughout the Western nations, there will be a chance to build a Europe free from globalist influence and the tentacles of central bankers. So far, that hope is alive in the hearts of Italy’s children and an expectant world.