Welcoming Fascists Into Italy’s New Government?
The Italian government appointed two more politicians accused of being fascist sympathizers on Monday.
Claudio Durigon of the League party has been appointed undersecretary in the Ministry of Labor. Durigon called in 2021 for a city park to regain its original name: Parco Arnaldo Mussolini. The park was originally named after Arnaldo upon request of his older brother, dictator Benito Mussolini.
Galeazzo Bignami of the Brothers of Italy has been appointed undersecretary at the Infrastructure Ministry. In 2005, he was photographed wearing the typical black shirt of the fascists and a swastika armband.
Upshot: Italy’s new government claims to have broken with its fascist past but is apparently struggling to find politicians who credibly support that claim.
A bold forecast: “We have been forecasting for over 75 years that this same empire will rise once more,” Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry wrote. “When it does, it will launch a war even more destructive than World War ii. This empire took a major step forward in Italy’s recent election. Yet nobody is talking about it!” Read “Fascism Reawakens in Italy” to learn about the prophecies that underpin this forecast.