Austria’s recent shift to a right wing government put an end to its participation in the EU mass Muslim migration agenda. And now, Italy has formed a coalition government consisting of the EU-skeptic 5-Star Movement and the right wing League party, which ran on an “Italy First” anti-Muslim migration platform.
Paul Joseph Watson Italy’s new populist government has vowed to deport 500,000 migrants, re-assert localism over globalisation & monopoly capitalism, monitor mosques and reinvigorate the country’s Christian heritage, all policies that directly contradict the neoliberal globalist consensus that the Bilderberg group represents.
Populism attacks judges, journalists and bureaucrats it deems not on the side of the people. It speaks the language of silent majorities, national humiliations, rigged systems; of “We are the people” (Germany’s anti-Islam PEGIDA movement), “Take back control” (Brexiteers), “This is our country” (the FN)—and, elsewhere, “Make America great again”.
Italy’s Populist New PM Vows to ‘Bring an End to the Immigration Business’, Welcomes ‘Populist’ Label https://t.co/uhSfTchTCk
— Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) June 6, 2018
Amid the Muslim migrant invasion of the last few years, economic uncertainty, growing disillusionment with the EU and a sense of lost national pride and identity, right-wing and populist parties are making impressive electoral gains in a growing number of European countries.