Italy: Salvini 'unapologetic' after Prime Minister Conte resigns
'For our children, to leave behind an Islamic caliphate with sharia law in our cities is not something I want to do'
Friday 23 August - The Italian government has collapsed following Matteo Salvini pulling his support from the government. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte resigned as he was set to face a vote of no confidence brought about by Salvini’s Lega Party.
At the center of the rise of 'populist' movements in Europe has been the hijrah and Islamic supremacist incursions, which have been presented by EU elites as 'benign' migration from the third world that should be encouraged and facilitated through the EU project 'Global Compact on Migration'.
Matteo Salvini, leader of the 'populist' Lega Party
Conte blasted Salvini, accusing the Interior Minister of 'political opportunism', and slammed Salvini for various issues including his use of religious symbols, a critique often deployed by members of the Roman Catholic clergy hostile to Salvini’s anti-mass migration policies.
Meanwhile, that is exactly what Francis, the 'Pope of Islam' has been doing in counseling the Catholic flock to fling open Europe’s doors to unrestricted mass immigration, because in his view, it is the Christian thing to do.
And the Pope’s views are not without opposition within the Church. Cardinal Robert Sarah — prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments — compared 'the modern influx of Muslim migrants to the invasions of barbarian tribes that ultimately brought down the Roman Empire in a.d. 475.'
Sarah also issued a warning about Muslim migration and the subsequent destruction of Europe, and cautioned that 'it is a false exegesis [interpretation of scriptural text] to use the Word of God to promote migration. God never wanted these rifts.' This is exactly what Pope Francis has been doing for quite some time, while the Vatican remains walled up, and the Pope remains surrounded by security.
Salvini stands firm and unapologetic about defending Europe’s tradition and Christian identity, which is rooted in the principles of human rights for all, equality before the law, and individual freedom. Salvini has made specific reference to defending Europe from an “Islamic caliphate,” stating:
For our children, to leave behind an Islamic caliphate with sharia law in our cities is not something I want to do and I’m going to do everything in my power to avert this sad ending for Europe.
The decision on the way forward for the Italian parliament now rests with the Italian President who, along with being able to call new elections, could call on the Five Star Movement (M5S) to form another working coalition.
Some have suggested that the M5S could partner with the establishment left-wing Democratic Party (PD) but others, such as Lega Senate leader Massimiliano Romeo, say that such a move would only help funnel even more votes to Salvini’s party.
Editor's comment - It's good to see the so-called 'populist' party calling the shots in Italy, although they are only able to do this because of the proportional representation (PR) voting system. There are pluses and minuses to this system, but if it was implemented in the UK then 'populist' parties here might have a chance to gain some real power.