While addressing a massive crowd of over 150,000, former Deputy Italian Prime Minister Matteo Salvini Lega Party, (The League) and Giorgia Meloni (Fratelli d’Itali party) led a massive Trump-like pro-freedom rally in Rome to stand up to Italy’s new radical left government headed by Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte and his left wing coalition of Open Borders immigration policies.
RIAR Foundation Meloni is the leader of the Italian party, Fratelli d’Italia (Brothers of Italy) and a member of the Italian Chamber of Deputies. Meloni delivered an impassioned speech in front of tens of thousands of patriotic Italians, from a stage against a huge backdrop reading “Italian Pride.”
Meloni addressed the surge of illegal immigration into Italy that has resumed since Salvini was forced to resign the office of interior minister:
OM as made it clear he stands with the European Union, Merkel and Macron and has kept his promise to reverse Salvini’s immigration stance, which empowered Italy to refuse NGO human trafficking vessels to enter their seaports. The number of migrants arriving on the Italian shores in September of 2019 is more than twice the number that arrived in September of 2018.
Meloni has been an outspoken advocate for Italy’s Christian heritage and the attack on their culture by islamic immigrants illegally entering the country:
Outside Italy, Meloni is far less known than Salvini , but in Italy, Meloni has become one of Italy’s most prominent anti-illegal immigration, pro-border, Italians first politicians.
The popularity of Salvini and Meloni and their party’s alliance, League and Fratelli d’Itali, will likely put Salvini back in power in Italy’s next election.
Many Italians feel unrepresented by the new leftist government. Meloni and Salvini have pledged to create a government for the Italian people, not one “produced by Paris and Berlin, born out of a fear of giving up power, without dignity and without ideals, with the wrong people in the wrong place.”
Not surprisingly, a recent poll by the newspaper Il Giornale on September 19 shows that Salvini would win an election by a landslide margin.