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Italy Election: Projections Show Right-Wing Alliance Set to Win

Italy Election: Projections Show Right-Wing Alliance Set to Win

Giorgia Meloni tipped to be Italy’s first ever female prime minister.

Despite a massive media smear campaign and last-minute threats from the European Union, Italy’s right-wing alliance is set to win Sunday’s election, first exit polls show.

The three-party bloc led by Giorgia Meloni is “expected to win more than half of the seats in parliament,” German public broadcaster Deutsche Welle reported Sunday night.

“First projections showed the alliance led by Meloni’s Brothers of Italy party securing 41-45% of the vote. Meloni’s own party had 22.5-26.5% of that by itself, as the strongest single group in the polls,” the German broadcaster added.

The “main center-left group, the Democratic Party, conceded defeat,” Deutsche Welle reported early morning Monday. 

Meloni’s Brothers of Italy party has joined hands with former Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini’s Lega and former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s Forza Italia to form a nationalist alliance.

The BBC also quoted “Several exit polls” showing right-wing alliance in “a commanding lead, with 41-45% of the vote.” Such an outcome will give “three parties control of both elected houses of parliament.”

The rival pro-EU “centre left was well behind with 25.5%-29.5%,” the UK broadcaster noted.

If these early projections are correct, 45-year-old Meloni will become Italy’s first female prime minister.

EU, Mainstream Media in Fury Over a Possible Right-Wing Victory

The Italian election was marred by massive media smears and European Union-led fear campaign to intimidate the voters.

Days ahead of the vote, the European Commission President, Ursula von der Leyen, threatened Italians with consequences if they dared to elect the ‘wrong’ sort of government. “If things go in a difficult direction – I’ve spoken about Hungary and Poland – we have tools,” German Chancellor Angela Merkel longtime confidant Von der Leyen warned.

With Italy’s right-wing bloc within reach of power, the mainstream media has already begun maligning the future government. 

“Gay parents fear a Meloni victory,” the headline in the New York Times said. 

The UK Newspaper Guardian worried that Meloni could become a galvanizing figure for nationalist movements across Europe. She could be “a prime minister ready to become a model for nationalist parties across Europe,” the daily lamented. 


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Italy shed the parasites of the EU. Grande!

Watch: Liz Cheney will threaten to renounce her Italian citizenship and join the communist party.

Time for Romexit.

The EU is just a socialist organization.

I’ll bet she didn’t run on being a woman.

Italy has very little power in the EU. Wake me up when France or Germany wake up.

    The fewer countries they have to leech off and push around, the less power they will have and the more money their own citizens will have to contribute.

      healthguyfsu in reply to Olinser. | September 25, 2022 at 10:57 pm

      Germany provides the skin for Italy to leech. You have it backwards on that one.

      Push around, yes, but Italy is going nowhere without the EU because they have neither the stones nor the economy.

How is it that out-and-out socialists are referred to in the media as “progressives” (e.g., Brandon, The Ho, Pelosi, and Schumer), while mainstream conservatives are referred to as “far right wing”? The media is horrible and is contributing to the death of our republic.

    Horrible is not the right descriptor for the media. Deliberate is that word. The MSM is a major cheerleader for the NWO and total government.

    Even the author of this article falls for it, “Italy’s right-wing alliance is set to win Sunday’s election, first exit polls show.”

    Enough with the “right wing” stuff! You’re playing the left’s game.

    The ‘progressive’ tag is a smoke screen. It is a lie and a cover name for crypto-commies.

Unelected EU overlords, and Klaus Schwab, will not be pleased?


The EU needs to be ‘reimagined’ and stripped of much of its illegitimate power. Unelected bureaucrats and administrators should not rule the populations of dozens of nations by decree. They are not aristocrats. They exist only to serve the citizens of those countries.

Wait till the lights go off and European citizens are potentially sitting in dark, cold homes this winter. The EU hasn’t seen pushback yet. Hungary, Sweden now Italy have rejected the left/center left parties and moved rightward. Others will follow. The Dutch Farmers are still protesting. UK ratepayers may boycott utility payments. Much more to come.

    mailman in reply to CommoChief. | September 26, 2022 at 2:08 am

    When the lights do go out the media will blame it on the right instead of on the insane EU policies that created the outages.

      CommoChief in reply to mailman. | September 26, 2022 at 9:45 am

      At that point the media will be largely irrelevant. The issue is simple enough to understand. Each nation requires X GWH of electricity production to maintain the grid. The environmental whackos want to reduce the amount of GWH of available electricity.

      Artificial scarcity applied to electricity production, home heating fuels and industrial energy needs isn’t difficult to grasp. One group wants this so we all know who to blame. No media required. Sure the media will attempt to spin it but who will still be listening, especially when there’s no electricity to power the TV?

The EU morphed from a national “mutual aid society” and co-op into a continental over-government so slowly… oh wait not slowly at all.

The EU bureaucracy should be put down, people of the EU would be much better off.