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Giorgia Meloni: The Woman Of Europe’s Future

The Italian national conservative is Europe's hope vs. the technocratic tyranny of Ursula von der Leyen
Giorgia Meloni: The Woman Of Europe’s Future

You will have seen, maybe, the statement of European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen, threatening to punish Italy as the EU has punished Poland and Hungary for electing right-wing governments of which Brussels disapproves:

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How dare she?! How dare this unelected globalist technocrat threaten a free and democratic people like this! It is an outrage. This threat to bring the EU mechanism to bear against Italy if Italian voters give Giorgia Meloni power at this weekend's election is a staggering moment. It shows what the EU is really about: not democracy, but rule by globalist elites.

You have seen and will see reporting in our media denouncing Meloni as a neo-fascist. Don't you believe it. Meloni spoke, in English, at the National Conservatism conference in Rome in 2020. Watch the 15 minute speech here. It's terrific. Seriously, please watch it, and keep it in mind when you read or hear the media characterizing her as a far-right lunatic. She defends the idea of national sovereignty, of the traditional family, and of Europe's Christian heritage. Giorgia Meloni is a great sign of hope! Do not for one second believe the arrogant slanders of Von Der Leyen and her claque, and fellow travelers in the media.

She says, "As conservatives, I think we have to focus above all on the work of high finance and the great economic powers that are imposing their will on the nation states." Amen! Zombie Reaganism is over. This is part of the reason why National Conservatism is the new conservative mainstream, and why Yoram Hazony's great work is paying off.

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Michael Cullinan
Michael Cullinan
Why does Europe have all the good, conservative, spined leaders? The US needs its own Victor Orbans and Giorgia Melonis.
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    JON FRAZIER
    JON FRAZIER
    There's an irreducible libertarian (small "l") streak in US culture, and we're never going to go in for the sorts of authoritarian rulers who occasionally are in vogue in Europe and Asia. Even populist guys like Trump and Desantis stay largely within the boundaries of our "Freedom!" ethic. That's who we are, and in some ways it's a good thing: we're unlike;ly to fall under the rule of a Stalin, Hitler or some other morally fetid tyrant.
    And really, this quest for "Great Heroes" as leaders is problematic. we have a savior in Jesus of course, but in secular matters maybe people ought have the courage to take responsibility for their own good, to change what they can change and accept what they cannot, and quit looking to fallible men to lead them to utopia.
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Zenos Alexandrovitch
Zenos Alexandrovitch
Let's point out how anti-democrat the pro-child-rape EU is. If anyone votes against the EU, they show the extent of they tyranny.
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