The Italian Election: the Right Wins, but don’t Expect big Changes

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The data are now almost definitive and, as you probably already know, it was a historical triumph for the right-wing parties, and in particular for the “Fratelli d’Italia” coalition led by Giorgia Meloni. 

The triumph of the right may make people outside Italy worried, but there is no reason. Elections in the West are now mainly for show. The Italian government has almost zero power, it is all in the hands of the European Commission, in turn controlled by the global powers. To say nothing about the pervasive corruption that affects the West as a whole. No decision can be taken without satisfying the various lobbies and mafias engaged in the feeding frenzy on what is left of the Italian economy. 

In any case, the left-wing parties in power up to now have made such strongly right-wing choices that I doubt that the “real” right can be more rightish than them! 

So, don’t worry too much about who is the theoretical leader of the Italian government. Ms. Meloni is, in my opinion, not a bad person, but she can’t do much more than rubber-stamp decisions taken elsewhere. Changes are going to come, but not as a result of elections. Right now, it is difficult to divine what’s going to happen in the difficult winter that’s coming, but something is going to happen. Something big.


Incidentally, the left played hard the propaganda game using the “Putin card,” telling Italians not to vote for Putin’s friends (the right). Instead, Italians flocked to vote exactly for them. I leave to you the task of interpreting this interesting fact. 



Do not vote for Putin’s friends. La Repubblica, Sep 23, 2022


    

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