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Giorgia Meloni’s Political U-turn is Being Noticed in Budapest

Hungary Today 2023.08.07.

There is no question that the Italian election results were excellent from a Hungarian point of view, and there is no question that after a globalist, liberal government, a national-conservative coalition government has finally been formed in Italy, writes Tamás Fricz, a publicist for the Hungarian conservative daily, Magyar Nemzet.

It is clear that Giorgia Meloni, who has good relations with the Hungarian Prime Minister, agrees with our ambitions on a number of important issues, such as our family policy, which seems to be a model for the future Prime Minister, the representation of the interests of nations, the issue of national sovereignty inside and outside the Union, and the commitment to Christian values, on which the Hungarian Government and Meloni are on the same page.

In short, Meloni also defines her values and her policies in terms of the triad of God, family and country, and this is definitely encouraging for the prospects of future Hungarian-Italian relations.

Recently, however, it has become questionable whether Meloni is indeed an excellent ally. In any case, her meeting with Joe Biden and her near humiliation there in the face of Democratic war aims was disappointing.

President Joe Biden (R) meets with Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, on July 27. White House Photo by Carlos Vazquez.

The fact that the victory of the Brothers of Italy (FdI; Meloni’s party) was greeted with mixed emotions by the mainstream media was itself a somewhat surprising phenomenon, and there was not as much outrage among them as might have been expected. In addition, there were different voices among mainstream globalist politicians, with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, European Parliament Vice-President Katarina Barley and Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Söder, for example, seeing Meloni’s success as a serious threat to the future of Europe. But surprisingly, Manfred Weber, leader of the People’s Party, said that Meloni should be given a vote of confidence.

And Alexander von der Bellen, the re-elected Austrian president, who is clearly green and globalist, said Meloni posed no threat to Europe. What could be the reason for this?

In 2021 – a year before the elections – Meloni became a member of the Aspen Institute, a globalist think-tank in Washington. Among its funders are the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Carnegie Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, Goldman Sachs (one of the largest Wall Street financial institutions). The Aspen Institute is chaired by Walter Isaacson, who is a member of the WEF (World Economic Forum), chaired by Klaus Schwab. The WEF has been described many times as the flagship of the global elite, now comprising a thousand or so giant companies and financial institutions. It is also the WEF, and Klaus Schwab personally, who in 2020 will announce a technocratic world-order in which the traditional state will die out.

There is another strand to the Aspen Institute: it is pro-abortion and, not surprisingly, it is sponsored by U.S. oligarch George Soros in this endeavor, in the spirit of which it has given three billion dollars to Aspen between 2003 and 2020 to help pro-abortion groups.

It is also a fact that, unlike Meloni, League leader Matteo Salvini, who came out somewhat defeated in the elections, is more pro-Russia, and has previously signed a cooperation agreement with Putin’s United Russia Party. The League won 34 percent in the 2019 elections, and had a chance to be Italy’s future prime minister. Perhaps this did not sit well with the US Democrats and the global financial elite behind them?

Before the Italian elections in October 2022, the Hungarian PM (L) and Meloni seemed like natural allies.  Photo: Facebook Viktor Orbán

So the current situation is that the election was won not by Salvini’s party, but by Giorgia Meloni, who is now also friends with Joe Biden, the Aspen Institute and Bill Gates. The relationship between the two is problematic, to say the least, and we can only hope that they will find a modus vivendi for the national and Christian governance that Europe and Hungary desperately need. And for the sake of an alliance of national sovereigntist parties with Christian values to be formed in Europe…

At the moment, unfortunately, I am inclined to be disappointed in Meloni. And that would indeed be a great pity and a great disadvantage for the sovereigtnist camp, concludes his Essay Tamás Fricz.

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Via Magyar Nemzet. Featured Photo: Facebook Giorgia Meloni

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