The Italian Prime Minister’s Friends?

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

On Wednesday, March 24, I attended and filmed a political protest in front of the official residence of Mario Draghi, the Italian President of the Council of Ministers, or Prime Minister, as he might be called in other nations.

I was interviewed by ANSA, the Italian state News Agency. Which then published a piece smearing me as a “negationist” and “far righter”.

The next day, Thursday, my Youtube Channel was suspended for a week and the video was removed.

An hour later, the hosting company of FromRome.Info took away my editing tools which allow me to write in a professional manner.

The next day, Friday, March 26, a priest of the Legionnaires of Christ, which is said to own 25 Billion in assets — I think that is probably an exaggeration — published a hit piece on me. — A thing which has not happened ever.

On Saturday, the Secretary and Lazio Representative of the political party of which I am a president were fined after returning from an approved political rally. — A thing which has not happened ever.

On Sunday, PayPal temporarily suspended the PayPal Account of the corporation of which I am a president, Ordo Militaris Inc.

And hours later, the Bank which services that corporation asked me to do a security check.

Do you think it was all a coincidence?

Its, Holy Week. Please pray for me.

I think my name has been entered into the black book of Goldman Sachs.

3 thoughts on “The Italian Prime Minister’s Friends?”

  1. Si, preghiamo per Lei.

    You can be proud to be on the black list of devlish crooks!

    Op ma 29 mrt. 2021 om 09:42 schreef FromRome.Info :

    > Editor posted: ” by Br. Alexis Bugnolo On Wednesday, March 24, I attended > and filmed a political protest in front of the official residence of Mario > Draghi, the Italian President of the Council of Ministers, or Prime > Minister, as he might be called in other nations. ” >

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