Italian Vote is a Defeat for Globalism

Dec 14, 2016 by

Italian Vote is a Defeat for Globalism

WND speculates on the impact of Italy’s referendum upon the Euro currency, the future of the European Union, and broader implications for globalism in light of this latest display of ‘people power’. The tide is indeed turning.

First, the British people rose up and voted to leave the European Union, defying their prime minister and the forces of globalism. Then the American people voted to make Donald Trump their president, defying a sneering media and skeptical international community.

Now the Italian people have voted to reject changes to their constitution, siding with the populist Five Star Movement against international-minded Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, a fan of Barack Obama and the Clintons.

WND senior staff writer Jerome Corsi hailed Sunday’s referendum as another victory for national sovereignty.

“The Italian referendum, coming on top of the Brexit vote in the U.K. and the victory of Donald Trump in the U.S. presidential election, affirms the rise of nationalism in reaction to the godless New World Order globalism of forces represented by the European Union, the Trans-Pacific Partnership and George Soros,” said Corsi, the author of many books, including “The Late Great USA” and “Partners in Crime.” “Far-left socialists have been dealt a severe blow by the ‘silent majorities’ in the United State and Europe who believe in jobs, families and traditional Judeo-Christian values.”

Now that the Italians have rejected Renzi and his proposed reforms, Corsi foresees the potential breakup of the E.U. and the demise of the euro. So does Theodore Roosevelt Malloch, the chairman and CEO of the Roosevelt group.

“Italy has gone populist and the ‘No’ vote signals the bouncing of the Brexit ball,” said Malloch, who recounted his experiences in business and diplomacy in his book, “Davos, Aspen, and Yale: My Life Behind the Elite Curtain as a Global Sherpa.” “It means the government will fall and a new election will usher in the Five Star Movement, eventually to the demise of the E.U.

“Already, we see a big falloff in the value of the euro, which will drop further until it collapses altogether. The power of anti-globalism and Euroscepticism is unabated and will next travel to the Netherlands, France and Sweden.”

International journalist and educator Alex Newman also believes the Italian vote dealt a blow to the new global order that many world leaders wish to usher in.

“The referendum result in Italy, while not as dramatic or significant, was similar in many ways to the historic Brexit vote to leave the EU,” Newman told WND. “In addition to bold defiance of the internationalist fanatics in Brussels and beyond, both results dealt a stunning blow to the claims of globalist inevitability that the establishment has been pushing for years. The vote showed once again that not only is globalism not inevitable, it is unpopular with the people, no matter how much fear-mongering is deployed.”

Newman, author of “Crimes of the Educators: How Utopians are Using Government Schools to Destroy America’s Children,” noted the huge margin of defeat– 59 percent voted against the proposed reforms while 40 percent voted in favor – makes the vote even more significant.

“Hopefully this vote, like Brexit and the Trump victory before it, is a sign of things to come as Europeans – like Americans – increasingly wake up to the mass deception being perpetrated by the establishment,” Newman said.

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