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been unaware of a series of mayoral elections taking place in Italy this past week, but the outcome of the elections is really quite stunning. Italy Center-right parties in effect just trounced their center-left rivals throughout the mayoral elections two cities, in particular genuine Liguilla, which have been reliable left-wing strongholds for decades they fell to the political right and a pattern that really swept the country in genuine particular an alliance of the former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s Forza Italia party which represents more or less the center of this coalition and the anti-immigrant Northern League party which represents the right or the so-called far right as globalists liked to call it. They trounced their left-wing rivals by winning over 55% of the vote and so as the results of these mayoral elections. The centre-right coalition is now the largest. Italy, and it really was nothing less than a political earthquake.
The Right Took Over 15 Of Italys
largest cities and overall won nearly 80 cities, which was a gain of about 25 new cities. By contrast, the Center-left lost 30 mayoral positions bringing it down to around 75 76 cities and this political route included as I mentioned the city of Genoa, which had been dominated by the political left now for over 50 years. So This is a sea change that’s comparable to when the Republicans took over the House of Representatives for the first time in 40 years back in 1994 we saw the same thing happen in the city of Turin or Torino, which is Italy’s fourth largest city as well as the capital city of Rome, both of which fell to the nationalist populist party known as the Five Star movement. This party’s not even. years old, and though it suffered some setbacks, it added eight mayors to its Tahlia cities, which now numbers forty-five mayors up from 37 now.
This election is highly significant for gauging the nationalist populist winds blowing throughout Europe. The secular corporatist media’s made a big deal of the losses of late of the Conservative Party in Britain‘s Parliament, as well as the defeat of Marine Lepen and France and Kia fathers in the Netherlands and Norbert Hoffer and in Austria such as to prop up the popularity of liberal values and the inevitability of globalization throughout Western Europe I mean media even went so far as to question whether Brexit was actually going to happen. You know now now that the Brits have had time to cool off and reconsider their big temper tantrum back at last summer we can we can go back to running. Europe, according to our Placid liberal Democratic rationalist globalist paradigm well now you’ve got a little Italy and remember just a few months back.
There Was A Referendum In Italy To Alter
their bicameral parliamentary system, which was sponsored by the then Center-left Prime Minister Matteo Renzi well. The referendum was successfully recast by the nationalist populace as a referendum on Renzi’s leadership and the UK establishment and the referendum went down in flames The vote against it was against it was nothing short of a landslide so keep in mind. This was something similar to what happened to Theresa May and the Tories and Britain May like Renzi enjoyed very high approval ratings and tried to exploit that advantage by holding special elections to consolidate their political power and of course both fell short and their Gamble‘s, but if you look at the way the secularists corporatist media coverage. the two elections I mean if you look at the discrepancy it’s literally pathetic, you know with Renzi it was-oh the nationalist populace are poised. They’re poisoning the national discourse and they’re ripping the Tories went down.
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of Aquarius that is now Britain and maybe we even see them stay in the UK it’s it’s just ridiculous well. Now Renzi lost again big time and you’re not really hearing that much about this political shellacking and the media isn’t that interesting and of course the main reason for this political earthquake involved issues of security and immigration, but if we dig deeper, there is another significant factor involved in the center rights political victory and here I’m borrowing from a very good article on the website Geopolitical which I think rightly analyzed that it’s actually the percentage of self–identifying Christians that. be making the difference here when it comes to the success of nationalist populist parties. The author of the article notes that in nations we’re less than half of the citizens identifies Christians, such as in the Netherlands and France. The nationalist populist parties are having a difficult time winning an overall majority Italy on the contrary preserves one of the highest rates of self–identified Christians in Western Europe, with more than 85% of Italians identifying themselves as Christians, and so this may be a variable that accounts for the success of nationalist populist parties say in Italy as over and against say France and the Netherlands.
Now This Variable Certainly Seems To
be corroborated by the rise of the nationalist right in Central and Eastern Europe. We’ve noted In past videos that nations such as Russia, Moldova, Georgia and Bulgaria in Eastern Europe, as well as Poland Hungary in Slovakia in Central Europe, all of which have right-wing nationalist governments. They also have significantly high population percentages that identify as Christian either as Orthodox or Catholic and of course, Donald Trump’s Victory here at home coincided with the mass support of politically active Christians in a nation that continues to enjoy a very high percentage of Christian identification particularly in the heartland of our nation. So this may in fact be a key variable in the success of nationalist populist movements. If that’s the case if Christian affiliation and identification is a major factor in the rise of the far-right throughout Europe and in here in the United States then I do think this is a rather clear indicator that the political future of Europe in the United.
In Fact, Nationalist Populist And This Is
because conservative Christianity is currently experiencing a massive growth throughout the world, but particularly in Europe and the United States I’ve mentioned before Eric Hoffman of the University of London. Demographer, he’s projected that conservative Christians will become the majority in the West and the United States beginning sometime around 2050. So for example, in France devout Catholic women those who make up the hardline Catholics. They have a 25% fertility advantage over secular French women and that advantage has either remained steady or is actually growing over the last few decades and all of this is going on while Muslim birth rates are actually plunging throughout Europe.
Now This Is Why Kaufmann Believes That Its
conservative Christians that are poised to take over Western Europe in the coming decades. Not Muslims as we so often hear the fact is is that while secularism remains a very viable entrenched social force in Western Europe. Nevertheless, the rate of secularization has actually flattened to zero regular religious observance while still being relatively low. In comparison to say Cetera Pavel last few decades together with the fertility advantage.
This Means That Its Actually Secularization Thats
going to begin to slow is going to begin a slow, but very definite decline as we enter into the next couple of decades, and all this is to say that Europe as a whole as well as the United States is getting more religious not less more Christian, not less and if Christianity and Christian self–identification is the key variable for nationalist populist political success. Then there’s no way that the secularists globalist political parties are going to maintain their majority in the coming years. A of Christianity promises a concomitant rise in nationalist populist politics and that political success will be dominant in the decades ahead so well done Italy God Bless.
Center-right parties in effect just trounced their center-left rivals throughout the mayoral elections in Italy . Two cities, in particular genuine Liguilla, which have been reliable left-wing strongholds for decades they fell to the political right . The right took over 15 of Italy’s largest cities and overall won nearly 80 cities, which was a gain of about 25 new cities . The centre-right coalition is now the largest in Italy, and it really was nothing less than a political earthquake. This is a sea change that’s comparable to when the Republicans took over the House of Representatives for the first time in 40 years back in 1994 we saw the same thing happen in the city of Turin or Torino, which is Italy‘s fourth largest city as well as the capital city of Rome, both of which fell to Five Star movement . The Five Star Movement is not even.& years old, and though it suffered some setbacks, it added eight mayors to its Tahlia cities,…. Click here to read more and watch the full video