Globalist United Nations Pro-Migrant Operatives Attack Matteo Salvini!

The Italian leader is the pride of his nation, and has become public enemy #1 for the globalists.

Italian interior minister Matteo Salvini has become the standard for nations looking to re-exert their sovereignty and reclaim their dignity from the ravages of globalism since taking the reigns of power.

Salvini has kicked out filthy third-world migrants who thought they were conquering is homeland. This has caused him to gain in popularity as the national character improves overnight. The Italian miracle is spreading to other countries, as right-wing populism soars.

The pro-migrant globalists at the United Nations are not happy. They issued a stern letter to him, chastising Salvini for actually living up to his promise as a leader and fulfilling his electoral mandate.

Breitbart News reports:

Italian media has alleged that pro-migrant activists and leftist politicians are behind an attack by the United Nations on the immigration of policy of populist Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini.

The 12-page letter, which is addressed to the Italian ambassador to the United Nations, slams the anti-mass migration policies enacted by Salvini regarding migrant transport NGO vessels, stating that directives from the Interior Ministry “criminalise” humanitarian search and rescue missions in the Mediterranean.

Much of the content of the letter also refers to the new security decree proposed by Salvini that will allow the Italians to confiscate NGO migrant transport ships which enter Italian territory without permission.

The letter also argues against allowing the Libyan coastguard to pick up migrants and take them back to Libya stating: “It has been widely documented in various UN reports that migrants in Libya are subjected to abuse, torture, murder, and rape so Libya cannot be considered a safe harbour for a landing.”

According to a report from Italian newspaper Il Giornale, the six signatories at the end of the letter are leftist open border advocates including Michel Forst who works with the Dublin-based NGO “Front Line Defenders,” a group which carried out work on behalf of human rights activists and seeks to defend people they label “human rights defenders at risk,” according to their website.

Katia Bellillo, another of the signatories, is said to have spent time among the Italian Communist party before moving to the left-wing Democratic Party, according to Il Giornale, while Laura Balbo is a member of the left-wing Italian Federazione dei Verdi (Green Federation) party.

Since Salvini closed Italian ports to migrant transport NGO vessels, the number of newly arriving illegal migrants has decreased substantially, to over 90 per cent compared to the previous year. As a result, fewer migrants set sail from Libya and drowning deaths in the Mediterranean have also seen a decrease since the anti-mass migration policy was enacted.

This is what happens when a leader is effective: the globalist United Nations comes after them and attempts to undermine their good work.

Salvini remains on the attack against this illegitimate world government entity involved in evil throughout the globe.

“Italy has over the last few years accepted 700,000 immigrants, including many illegals, and never got any help from other European countries,” Interior Minister Salvini said in a statement.

“So we won’t take lessons from anyone, least of all the UN,” he added.

The international bureaucrats have no power over Salvini and the rising right-wing populist tide throughout Europe. The people’s eyes are opening, and the globalists are running scared as a result.

Written by Joshua Finkelberg

Joshua Finkelberg is a contributor for The Schpiel.


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