“The wind has changed for [Soros] and for all those who have profited from the deaths of hundreds of people.” ~ The League’s economics policy chief, Claudio Borghi.
A face slapping bout has broken out between Jewish financial speculator, George Soros, and Italy’s anti-immigrant League party, which on Friday formed a populist movement in coalition with the 5-Star party.
Its leader Matteo Salvini stepped into his new job as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior on Friday, pledging to deport hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants.
Salvini’s League and the 5-Star Movement struck a deal Thursday on a coalition government which will work towards putting Italians first (and making life for Europe a living hell with the ongoing threat of Quitaly (Italian BREXIT), which according to JPMorgan may be Rome’s best outcome), ending five days of market volatility and political chaos.
In response, George Soros flipped by suggesting that Salvini might be financed by Vladimir Putin, saying he is “very worried about Russia’s influence on Europe in general and on the new Italian government. I do not know if Salvini was funded by Moscow, but the public has a right to know,” said Soros who is notorious for his support for Democratic Party Hilary Clinton. Soros translated: Any government who puts their citizens ahead of migrants is now a Putin puppet.
The League’s economics policy chief, Claudio Borghi hit back against Soros, stating; “Soros worried by the Italian government? Then it means that we are going in the right direction. We understand that those who have speculated for years on immigrants, financing NGOs and smugglers to invade Italy. The wind has changed for [Soros] and for all those who have profited from the deaths of hundreds of people.”
Italy is far from the first European nation to reject Soros’s open border ideology. Most markedly, Hungary’s prime minister, Viktor Orbán, based his successful re-election campaign this year on attacking a “Soros plan” to flood Hungary with Muslim migrants. Poland and the Czech Republic have also notably resisted Soros’s policies.
Ironically, the globalist establishment’s stiff resistance against Salvini and Europe’s populist wave (which on Sunday, swept across Slovenia where the anti-immigration SDS party soundly won the local elections) continues to backfire.
Support for the anti-immigrant League grew to 28.5 percent, compared with 17.4 percent of votes received on March 4 general elections, according to an Ipsos poll published Saturday in Italian newspaper Corriere Della Sera.
And with Italy set to send back hundreds of thousands of immigrants to neighboring liberal European countries, we can only wonder how an “enlightened” and “progressive” Europe will get along with their kicked out migrant residents the next time the global economy coughs up a hairball and people start to pay closer attention to where their tax dollars are going.
According to the media outlet Euronews, a French court has sentenced an imam to two years in prison for aiding illegal migrants to cross the English Channel with help of inflatable boats. It is now being asked, “Why is the Jewish speculator an untouchable? Because he has 277 MEPs in his payroll.”