Summary and Commentary by Br. Alexis Bugnolo
The dire political situation of Italy was put in succinct and stark terms yesterday by the Editor of one of the leading daily newspapers, the LIbero: Alessandro Sallusti.
Who was quoted in no uncertain terms in his own newspaper: “Beginning tomorrow, Draghi will give the orders”.
Draghi, an ex-Vice President of the New York investment house, turned bank, Goldman Sachs, which servers as a front for the Skull and Bones Banks in that city, has been recently criticized by members of parliament for raping the constitutional order regarding the selection of the President of the in-name-only Republic of Italy, by offering positions in the new government to those who support his election as president, and demanding a vote of confirmation on a simply majority or govt. collapses vote, as he has run his dictatorship for the last 12 months.
So great is the disgust and hatred for Draghi, that his home address, as Prime Minister was recently published on Telegram, in an evident move by the opposition to encourage face-to-face confrontation between subjects of the Dicatorship and their “I take my commands from New York” regent.
Alessandro Sallusti sums up the sentiment of the majority of Italians, only 19% of whom would vote for the Draghi government if given the chance, when he says: “If as of yesterday they used to call Mario Draghi a dictator, by tomorrow he will become a despot.”
And this, because as President of the Republic, with total immunity from prosecution, having selected a government of his co-plotters in the downfall of the Republic, he will be the sole strong man running the country.
Sallusti, with the cynical irony Italians are very prone too, remarked, in regard to what will happen to Italy: “Draghi may be very good for the economy” — which has collapsed at his direction — “but not so good for democracy” — which will be buried definitively with his rise to the Quirinale, the residence of the President.