If Europe has a shot, it will be the result of the new wave of politicians elected on the promise of defense of human freedom.
The Italian Interior Minister called on the German Chancellor and the French President to move “from words to facts” as they acknowledged Italy had been left alone to cope with the migrant crisis hitting Europe since 2015.
Mr Salvini said the two EU leaders should be “coherent” and demanded they keep the promise of reforming core European Union Treaties.
Salvini is responding to Macron’s recent attack on Italy’s new anti-hijrah government. If free societies survive in Europe, Salvini will be celebrated as a hero, while Macron will be remembered with contempt.
“Macron drinks too much champagne – Salvini (2),” ANSA, June 22, 2018:
(ANSA) – Massa Carrara, June 22 – Interior Minister Matteo Salvini on Friday described French President Emmanuel Macron as “a polite young man who drinks too much champagne” after the latter’s jibe about “populist leprosy”, reportedly regarding the Italian government and its hard-line stance on migrants….
“He should give us the number of his port authority and the next 10 migrant boats can go to Marseilles”.
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