(HIT PIECE Warning) ITALY on brink of having most Right-wing government since Mussolini (www.telegraph.co.uk)

*** PROPAGANDA HIT PIECE WARNING ***  Take this news story with a huge amount of SALT.  It’s the MAIN STREAM MEDIA fearmongering again.

“Oh NO!  This is just like World War 2 all over again”  Prime Minister Meloni is BAD because we say so!  She likes GOD, and RONALD REAGAN (GASP!)

How many times can this London based newspaper (fishwrap) squeeze in the terms “FASCIST” “MUSSOLINI” and “BROWNSHIRT” in a single story ?

Let’s count and see.

ByNick Squires  Rome26 September 2022 • 2:09am

Italy looked set to have its first woman prime minister and most Right-wing government since the Second World War on Sunday night after exit polls suggested the country’s election was won by an alliance of three rightist parties.

Early exit polls, released after voting finished at 11pm local time, indicated that the alliance had won 41-45 per cent of the vote, which would give it control of both chambers of parliament in Rome.

The Democratic Party, the main opposition force, was predicted to win 25-29 per cent of the vote. Full results were expected to be released on Monday.

The strongest party in the Right-wing coalition is the nationalist, hard-right Brothers of Italy, which won 22-26 per cent of votes and traces its roots back to the post-war fascist movement.

Its eurosceptic leader, 45-year-old Giorgia Meloni, looked destined to become the country’s next prime minister, although it could take weeks to form the new government.

Ms Meloni said on Monday that Italian voters had given a clear mandate to the Right to form the next government and called for unity to help confront the country’s many problems.

“If we are called upon to govern this nation, we will do so for all Italians, with the aim of uniting the people, of exalting what unites them rather than what divides them,” she told reporters. “We will not betray your trust.”

Italy’s main centre-left group, the Democratic Party (PD), conceded defeat early on Monday and said it would be the largest opposition force in the next parliament.

“This is a sad evening for the country,” Debora Serracchiani, a senior PD lawmaker, told reporters in the party’s first official comment on the result. “(The Right) has the majority in parliament, but not in the country.”


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