Giorgia Meloni, heir to fascism, campaigns for Vox with an incendiary speech

Macarena Olona, ​​a candidate for Vox to preside over the Junta de Andalucía after 19-J, and the party's national leader, Santiago Abascal, turned to Giorgia Meloni, considered the heir to Italian fascism, to participate in a rally held last Sunday in the Malaga city of Marbella.

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14 June 2022 Tuesday 12:15
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Giorgia Meloni, heir to fascism, campaigns for Vox with an incendiary speech

Macarena Olona, ​​a candidate for Vox to preside over the Junta de Andalucía after 19-J, and the party's national leader, Santiago Abascal, turned to Giorgia Meloni, considered the heir to Italian fascism, to participate in a rally held last Sunday in the Malaga city of Marbella. Meloni, president of Fratelli d'Italia, did not hesitate to make an appearance in the South to support and promote Olona's campaign with an incendiary speech in which she attacked gender equality, "LGBT lobbies" and immigration, among others.

With a loud voice, the politician, an admirer of Republican Donald Trump, and a disciple of Gianfranco Fini, promoter of the Italian Social Movement that was nourished by Mussolini's ideology, did not hesitate to attack immigrants, abortion, sexual freedom, gender politics and against Europe. Without hesitation, Abascal and Olona stood up to applaud his speech before thousands of congregants, a show where they wanted to shake the foundations of society, based on freedom, the right to decide and equality.

The ultra of the neighboring country did nothing but reinforce Vox's electoral program, which includes measures such as the closure of borders or the elimination of any gender policy initiative, as well as the promotion of a national education that includes the traditional values ​​of the peninsula or, as the Italian has called it, “the university of the crucifix”.

Olona jumped into the ring to demand real change in Andalusia, putting the "strong family" as the basis of "a strong society" as the focus of her speech, away from the "ideological beach bars" and policies, in her opinion, "they collectivize women and homosexuals to make them weak." Vox's continues to deny the existence of gender violence, arguing that whoever "kills is not a man, he is a murderer."

The one from Alicante also dedicated a part of his speech to pick up the idea proposed by Meloni on closing borders to immigrants. "In my house, my Western values," she emphasized. For his part, it was Abascal who took charge of the criticism of the PP, which was described as "right-wing" by the Italian, to insist on the "cowardice" of a party that has not managed to put in place the policies agreed with Vox that opened the door of San Telmo to the popular Juanma Moreno.

It is not the first time that Meloni has participated in an act of those of Abascal, he was already in Madrid last year at a party organized by Vox, however, it is the first time that he has offered a speech in an electoral campaign. Meloni has not wanted to skip even a comma of the electoral proposals that the extreme right in Spain has put on the table. And he has done it using a tone of voice (shouting) that did not go unnoticed on social networks. His incendiary speech was reflected on Twitter, where many of the users showed his indignation at the ideas that he was sharing with the attendees.

'Long live Macarena, President of Andalusia! Long live Abascal, President of Spain! This is how this 45-year-old woman, president of the utra Fratelli d’Italia party, who, in an interview, had already commented that the fascist dictator Mussolini “has produced a lot” ended her intervention. "I have a peaceful relationship with fascism," she has pointed out in some Italian media.

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