In Italy, Giorgia Meloni’s victory terrifies NZ progressives
The latest NZ political poll confirms what any astute observer has known for some time. Christopher Luxon is a dud. He is Todd Muller all over again, and the National Party cannot attract widespread support while it is in the hands of people too timid to present themselves as anything much different to the insufferable left wing imbeciles who make up the current govt.
So what to do?
The answer to this question is becoming clearer every day, as we observe those leaders prepared to vigorously challenge left wing/ progressive orthodoxy rising in popularity right across the West. In Italy, Giorgia Meloni’s victory at the weekend has provided an emphatic example of how to escape the kind of depressing left wing tyranny that currently envelops NZ.
The vile legacy media, aka the unrelenting propaganda arm of the progressive left, are doing all they can to discredit Ms Meloni as a “fascist”. Here’s something you need to do. Check out her policies. (see the video below) Some of them are not even right wing.
Ms Meloni is no fascist. She is basically just an old fashioned Conservative who believes in God, Family and Country. Three things the globalist left despise.
In the 2018 Italian election, Ms Meloni attracted only around 4% of the vote. Four years later, by dint of the passion and the rhetoric Luxon has no chance of ever matching, she drove her vote to 26%. The highest number of votes of all parties in Italy. All up, the combined right won 310 seats to the Democratic Party’s 85.
Where did the votes come from? Not from the left. Their vote stayed roughly the same, at 19%. Ms Meloni took votes from what is loosely described as the center right. Fifty per cent of the voters who had supported the “center right” in 2018 shifted their vote to Ms Meloni in 2022.
Like Glenn Youngkin in Virginia, Kari Lake in Arizona, and Ron Desantis in Florida, Giorgia Meloni had the guts to stand up and speak loudly and passionately and unapologetically about the values she cherishes. It was a vote winner. The so called centrists showed where their real political preferences lie, if only there is someone who will clearly articulate them.
Left media’s pejorative labels of fascist, far right, and extreme right are proven to be vicious lies and smears. if there are any extremists in the Italian election it is the tribalists who are welded to the minority Democratic Party, with their miserable 19% of the vote. The very people who are calling everyone else extremist are actually the real extremists!
NZ badly needs a party prepared to effectively repel the left’s unrelenting decades long attack on conservatism and the family. The most critical requirement though is for a leader who like Ms Meloni can aggressively and unapologetically take the fight to the incumbent left and their vile media comrades.
Watch Giorgia Meloni’s electrifying speech and you’ll get the idea of what is needed. Politicians with the courage, passion and sincerity of Ms Meloni are few and far between. Doubtful anyone of her calibre is to be found among the current bunch of waffling vacillating grease balls who claim to oppose the left in NZ. MPs who stand for nothing and won’t fight anyway.
Nevertheless, somewhere, somehow, we must find a leader such as Giorgia, and the sooner the better.