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2021 is the Year for Orange Revolution

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

The Globalists and the leaders of nearly every nation who serve them have made it absolutely clear that they have no intention in giving up the Scamdemic or turning aside from the Great Reset. They have announced their plans, they admit to their conspiracy. They know they are lying and we know they are lying.

Thus, it is an absolute existential necessity and the greatest human rights issue of our day, that we all collaborate to take down the Globalists and overthrow the dictatorships which have installed themselves in our governments. They do want to genocide and enslave us. Therefore, we have absolute right to arrest them and haul them off to a Nuremberg 2.0.

And for this there are three ways to do this.

First we must pray. As Catholics we know that the victory in this battle was prophesied to us by Our Lady at Quito, Ecuador, in the 16th century, and at Fatima, Portugal, in 1917. We must pray the Rosary daily, asking the Most Holy Trinity for the grace that Russia be consecrated by the true Pope. We must pray and offer sacrifices and fasting for this effort. We must ask our priests to pray with us.

Second, we must not neglect to organize an Orange Revolution in our own country. We can do this by forming what I call, “Orange Circles” of citizens who pledge to work to this end. An Orange Revolution is a peaceful massing of vast numbers of citizens in the capital of one’s nation, demanding the resignation of corrupt leaders and refusing all compliance with their armed forces, while urging all police and military to take the side of the citizens.  Once your government no longer has in its capital the armed forces sufficient to prevent such an action, they will resign or flee. Then the people can declare a new government and new elections. — If you do not know how to organize an Orange Revolution, look up the histories of Orange Revolutions and study the details. It is not difficult.

The Third, and last resort, if the second method fails, citizens must organize armed revolution and proceed to take control of the countryside, village after village and town after town. In the present nonsense of the Scamdemic, the people will give no resistance, as they will be happy to be liberated from tyranny. Police and military will easily go over to the side of the People, in places distant from government power, and mayors may give up without a fight.  Raise more volunteers in every town which is conquered back by the people and march on the next town, village after village, and town after town.

Finally, we must realize that the Internet is the Matrix and it is designed to make us passive. We need to stop being merely repeaters of information, merely obsessed with the latest outrageous news, and start organizing revolution. Otherwise, we are useless opposition, and are only succeeding in putting political targets upon our own foreheads for future arrest.

General Pappalardo: On June 2, we shall occupy every piazza of Rome!


by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

In this video, published hours ago, General Pappalardo clarifies that Salvini and Meloni have made no agreement with the Gilet Aranciani to use the Piazza del Popolo. Claims to the contrary are false. He has attempted to contact both of them to understand their intentions.

He emphasizes that Gilet Arancioni will offer an electronic way of voting on May 30, so that by the show of millions of votes, they will have garnered the mantle of moral right to act.

He urges the citizens not to fear the police who attempt to stop them from assembling or traveling to Rome. If the police attempt to stop them, he says the people should make citizen arrests (Penal Code 383) of each policeman for a crime against the constitutional right of the people to assemble. If conflicts arise, he says, Let them arise. Police who attempt to stop the people are to be put in handcuffs by the people.

He says the People will not support any more dictatorship. Italy is a democracy.

Viva Italia, che vincerà! —  Long live the Italy, which shall overcome! He says at the end.

This discourse seems to be a response to the challenge made by this government, here at Rome, today at noon, by the excessive show of force against a small protest.

All I can say, is that the Gilet Arancioni better purchase about 20,000 pairs of hand cuffs.

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Salvini and Meloni to join Pappalardo in Orange Revolution at Rome, on June 2?

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

Matteo Salivni and Giorgia Meloni have decided to join General Pappalardo in his March on Rome protest, for June 2, 2020, organized by the Gilet Arancioni, the party which the General is now the public leader.

The protest on June 2 is intended to be a sort of Orange Revolution, as it will seek the fall of the entire Government of Giuseppe Conte by bringing to Rome sufficient numbers to intimitate the government into taking flight.

Salvini is the leader of the Lega Party, which has about 60% support in national polls. Melone is the leader of the Fratelli d’Italia party, also among the opposition.

This decision of Salvini and Meloni is a magnitude 7.0 Earthquake in Italian Politics. It means also that Rome will overflow with 100s of thousands of protestors.

This report has  been confirmed by the Corriere della Sera. Though at least one commentator has some doubt that Salvini and Meloni will be organizing events together with the General, though their news release also mentions the same Piazza for their protest: the Piazza del Popolo, a rather small piazza on the norther limit of the ancient walls of Rome, not capable of holding more than 5 thousand.

FromRome.Info will attempt to issue timely reports of the protest, as is possible, on June 2, 2020.

Our medieval ancestors believed that Comets foretold the fall of kings and kingdoms. The Comet SWAN, first identified in April, will be visible over Italy from March 25th onwards:


POSTSCRIPT: On May 16, 2020, in the afternoon, General Pappalardo explained that no agreement has been made with Salvini or Meloni to participate in their protest. See more information here.

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Italy is ripe for an Orange Revolution

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

Italy is ripe for an Orange Revolution. I make his assessment on a panoply of facts which are showing themselves in every sector of daily life.

The widespread discontent to the Corona Control imposed by Giuseppe Conte’s Left-wing government has burst into open anger and rage since the announcement of his Phase 2 Corona Controls which will destroy the small business class of Italy and prevent Italians from returning to the daily life and activities of normal existence, in some cases, for an indefinite period: wearing of masks, mandatory vaccines, use of apps to track citizens, prohibition of travel to home towns for the holidays, end of public schooling.

Their patience is gone and there seems nothing to stop, now, the tides moving in the direction of open political revolution.

Here are some observations I have made which argue toward this:

First, the Italian police forces, both the Carabinieri and the State Police, no longer long display any eagerness to enforce the decrees against movement or gatherings. Members of the Carabinieri are openly expressing themselves as against the Corona Controls and the Government. When they hear a citizen shares these views they are even more friendly, not antagonistic. To my knowledge, this attitude is widespread also in the Italian Military.

This means that if any political protests breakout, the forces of public order are not likely to intervene to prevent the Citizenry from defending itself.

Second, Italians have begun to defy the controls with indifference. There are daily more and more persons on the street who no longer have fear of the police.

Third, it is now an every day experience that one hears Italians denouncing the Government for acting unconstitutionally. This is a very remarkable development, because Italians by custom never speak about politics in public. To do so is seen as risking social relationships which might be needed in times of want. So when Italians do this, it is a sign that they have lost all hope that the Government wants to help them and are convinced that the Government is not only an enemy, but an intolerable enemy.

Fourth, the Government has alienated about every part of society as much as they possibly can. They still refuse the advances of the Bishop’s conference for religious services for Catholics. They still have refused to give any date for the reopening of barbers, salons and clothing stores.  For Italians who take extreme care of their personal experience, the idea of going without new clothes or a haircut for an unspecified period of time is insufferable.

Finally, Merchants and businessmen are showing a determined opposition to the Corona Controls. There have not only been strong push backs from the Industrial sector but also from the national labor unions. Even individual proprietors have begun to turn their lights on their business signs, even in cases where their businesses are not allowed to open. They want everyone to know that they have not surrendered or given up.

Brigadier General Pappalardo’s call for an Orange Revolution at the end of May, therefore, will in my judgement gain growing support as the month passes. He is calling for mass demonstrations in the capitals of each of the Regions on May 30, and on May 31 a massive demonstration at Rome to drive the government from power. Being a former leading commander in the National Police of the Carabinieri, he is garnering a lot of support from precisely those sectors who alone could be used by the government to stop it.

For this reason, I think we are about to see a momentous political change in Italy in the next 6 weeks. An Orange Revolution which can now only be adverted by the capitulation of the government of Giuseppe Conte, either on principles, or in actual effect, that is, resignation and a call for new popular elections for Parliament. Failing that, violence, political or physical, seems now inevitable for Italy.


CREDITS: The Featured Image is of the Orange Revolution in Kiev, Ukraine, on November 22, 2004. It is used here in accord with a Creative Commons Share-Alike 3.0 license, as deascribed, here.

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