The End of the Draghi Government: Towards the End of Liberal Democracy in Italy?

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The end of the Draghi government: towards the end of liberal democracy in Italy?

And so in the end there was no twist as the mainstream media had fancied. There was no change in the face of the last moment that could bring the Draghi executive back to life.

The media in the hours preceding Mario Draghi’s entry into Palazzo Madama tried to write a novel in which, at the end, there was a “happy ending”, obviously for the interests of the deep Italian state which supported the executive of the man of Britannia.

It was nothing more than a pure staging, moreover of a very low quality. The crisis ended with the fall of the government because the man who had wanted this outcome from the beginning was Draghi himself.

In these hours, the media are writing a new false narrative. The one according to which the former governor of the ECB was expelled from politics in a sort of “draghicide” as understood by Lucia Annunziata, a journalist belonging to the Aspen Institute, the Rockefeller family think tank that governs Italian politics.

The epilogue of this story had already been written since February of this year and we had happened to anticipate it on the pages of this blog. Not because the writer is endowed with some particular thaumaturgical dowry. They simply tried to follow the rules that every good independent journalist should follow.

We have relied on qualified sources, logic and common sense. Mario Draghi had been called by the financial powers to complete a certain task.

The former governor of the ECB is an expert in liquidations and divestments. This is his privileged field of action and it is through the infamous 1992 sale aboard Queen Elizabeth’s yacht Britannia that Draghi’s career took off in the following years.

Anglo-Saxon finance, or perhaps it would be better to say Anglo-Zionist, had asked Draghi to carry out the “mission” that began thirty years ago.

To economically pulp what was left of Italy by hooking it to the noose of interest-bearing loans of the so-called PNRR and, at the same time, then proceed to another type of devastation, the one that took the form of the vaccination campaign.

The damage suffered by the serums distributed by the Draghi government is not being counted. Serums that independent scientific analyzes have proven to contain graphene, a toxic substance for the body that pharmaceutical companies put in the “vaccines” without declaring it.

It is such a huge scandal that it cannot fail to require a serious commission of inquiry both on the bodies that authorized this distribution, the government and AIFA, and on the pharmaceutical companies that have committed a very serious crime, that of the attack on public health.

Draghi had been doing all these tasks and he, as a “good” central banker who has a heart, but which only beats when it comes to inflating his wallet, has performed without hesitation.

But there was an agreement, not too tacit. At the end of the “work”, or when most of it had already been completed, his “reward” was to be transferred to the Colle (ER: a political reference we’re not sure about).

This is the original pact with the world of Freemasonry. A covenant that was broken. Politics preferred to leave Draghi where he was. The situation got out of hand when popular protests and discontent with the executive and the parties that supported it reached unprecedented heights.

Wherever Draghi moved, he was greeted by a barrage of whistles. The man from Britain is not used to such pressures. He is more used to working behind the scenes, sitting in the cold rooms of the ECB and performing the task of the financial circles out of the public eye.

Draghi has many flaws and is probably the man who has inflicted the greatest economic and health damage on Italy in the history of this country, but he is not a fool.

He knew what politics was playing at. He knew that politics had never been so weak and separated from the real country, hence it was convenient to have a lightning rod behind which to hide.

This is the reason why the former prime minister has spent the past six months working on his escape plan. A plan that ideally should have led him to the shores of NATO or the European Union, but in both cases the doors for him remained firmly barred.

Draghi was chasing a pretext to leave Palazzo Chigi

That didn’t change his mind in the slightest. The bank, or rather the pretext to go out, came to him from Conte and his tattered M5S party who did not take part in the confidence vote on July 14th. Impossible in this regard not to notice the irony of the dates. On one of the days most dear to Freemasonry, the one that led to the storming of the Bastille, an executive expression of those powers falls.

Sometimes the coincidence of dates may perhaps mean something more than mere coincidence, and may allow us to see a supernatural hand guiding the river of history.

Draghi could have easily continued without the M5S. His government had the numbers to continue and did not need the participation of the grillini in order to exist. Instead, the former prime minister promptly resigned and there we received confirmation of what we had seen previously. Draghi needed the pretext behind which to take shelter in order to hide his real and firm intention to leave.

Nothing changed on July 20, when he presented himself in front of the Senate chamber. In his speech, the man from Britain immediately raised the stakes by asking as an essential condition for continuing to reconstitute the original “pact of national unity,” which in reality was nothing more than the final act of devotion of the entire Italian political class to the cause of the Davos forum.

Subsequently, Draghi raised them even more, if possible, in his speech by showing support for Ukraine through the supply of weapons, the revision of the citizen’s income, the reform of pensions and the granting of beaches (ER: we’re not sure what this beach reference means but likely to do with Covid).

It was a real gauntlet aimed at the sensitive points of the M5S and the League. Draghi knew that these two parties, drained by the collapse of consensus of the last two years, could not afford to say yes to his requests. Draghi basically asked the grillini and the Northern League to shoot each other in the temples, and the former governor of the ECB knew perfectly well that both of them would obviously say no.

So it was like waving a red rag in front of a bull, but Draghi wanted that bull to charge and strike.

And so it was. Lega and M5S received the message and refused to vote for confidence in the executive. There was therefore a convergence of interests of Draghi, the League and the M5S since everyone was comfortable with the crisis ending in this way.

The man from Britannia managed to leave Palazzo Chigi hiding behind the screen of politics that did not want to comply with his requests, while Lega and M5S provoked some tears in an attempt to go to the polls and try to save what little electoral base is left to it.

The international scenario: the end of globalization

Now the question that is on everyone’s lips is this: what will happen next? In order to be able to give a complete and exhaustive answer, it is necessary to broaden our gaze on the international horizon, which in turn directs the course of Italian politics.

The ruling class of the Second Republic, and its subsequent mutations, is probably the most despicable team of captains of fortune and mercenaries that has ever been seen in the history of this country.

It has had no qualms over the past 30 years carrying out all the requests that came from far and away overseas. London and Washington ordered it, and they promptly carried it out even if these orders meant shredding the immense economic wealth that this country had previously accumulated thanks to mixed economy policies inspired by the social doctrine of the Church and the entrepreneur state.

Ruthless hit men were needed who would faithfully execute the script of globalization, which foresaw the economic and moral death of Italy. Thus came the generation of Prodi, Amato, Ciampi and D’Alema, the so-called left-wing arm of globalization, that massacred the country through austerity and then dragged it into the abyss of the euro and the end of monetary sovereignty.

The music did not change even in the 2000s with the center-right governments that, apart from the feeble resistance of 2011, ended up opening the country’s doors to another economic hitman, Mario Monti.

In the following years, the score did not change even one iota because any character who sat in the chair of prime minister always ended up following the orders of these powers.

At Palazzo Chigi, there was the automatic pilot of groups such as Bilderberg and Davos. 2020 came and the most serious attack perpetrated against Italy by that power that the Freemasons themselves define as the “New World Order” came.

In Italy, COVID restrictions were among the toughest in the world. These environments hate Italy for all that it represents on a religious and historical level, and the attack was particularly violent. The political class did not oppose it once again. It made sure that these plans could succeed first through the Conte government and then through the Draghi government, which came to give the final stab.

The plan would only succeed on one condition. That outside its borders, we had all proceeded along the same path. A decisive and definitive push should have been given to the globalization of the 1990s through the end of the nation states. All of this did not happen. There has been no handshake from such global authoritarian power.

To put it in the words of a character who has served this system of power for over 30 years, Massimo D’Alema has taken “a gigantic view”. D’Alema explicitly states that “we all thought that with the end of the cold war and the collapse of communism, there would be a new world order. But there was a political deficit now filled by the brutal return of the twentieth and nineteenth centuries.”

This means that those who placed themselves at the service of this subversive plan realized that the original designs did not materialize. There have been forces that have opposed its realization, especially since the Trump era began in the White House in 2016 which ended the participation of America, the first world power, in the execution of the plan that was supposed to give life to global governance.

The pandemic farce was supposed to lead to this end, but the actors who opposed it were too many and too influential. The United States opposed it, Russia opposed it, and even China opposed it, which consummated a divorce from those Western elites who in fact played a decisive role in building its economic expansion.

Instead, we have entered an entirely new phase. No longer an acceleration of globalization, but rather a de-globalization and the leadership of politicians such as Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping, Victor Orban, Jair Bolsonaro, Narendra Modi, and Recep Erdogan have given an impressive acceleration to this phenomenon.

This is not to say that each of these leaders, especially in the case of the Turkish and Chinese president, are models of absolute morality, but there is no doubt that this enlarged BRICS alliance has a minimum common denominator. That of guaranteeing the sovereignty of nation states and shifting the center of decisions from Atlantic unipolarity to international multipolarity.

This phase brings with it the progressive loss of influence of international finance and we see that this process is already underway. Goldman Sachs posted a loss of $ 2.6 billion in the last quarter and BlackRock, the largest investment fund in the world, lost an astronomical $ 1.7 trillion.

An era is closing, that of globalism, and another is opening, that of the return of nation states on the world stage.

The Italian political class without international protections

In this historic transition, the Italian political class finds itself uncovered, naked and disoriented. It had staked everything on Davos and now finds itself with a handful of flies and no more voters. The bill left by the two executives Conte and Draghi is very high. There are deaths on the plate, deaths caused by the policies of the two governments, and no one is under the illusion that it will be possible to start again as if nothing had happened.

The Italians themselves now look at all parties with absolute distrust and hostility. They know that none of them shares their suffering. Then there is another element that makes this political class even more vulnerable, and that is the lack of its international guarantor in Washington.

It is the power of the parallel government of the United States that has ensured the permanence in power of the Italian political system, but in Washington there are no longer the referents of the past.

The so-called Biden administration hasn’t changed anything, because the United States and the American government itself seem to be led by other forces that are no longer those of the so-called deep state.

So wherever you look around, politics sees emptiness and is frightened. She is frightened because she knows that she will be called to answer for the most serious attack ever perpetrated on the sovereignty of the Italian nation and there will be no one who will come to her rescue.

Towards the end of liberal democracy?

The internal showdowns of the party gangs have already begun, accusing each other of choices that go into opposite and opposing interests. It’s just the beginning. In the coming months, these internal conflicts will increase and the polls scheduled for next September will prove to be a probable bloodbath.

The parties risk being completely consumed by their feuds and by what promises to be record abstention. Then there is the variable of international scandals, such as Spygate and Italiagate, which hang over the head of the entire deep Italian state to consider. The crisis of liberal and democratic institutions is not a passing or insignificant one. It is profound and structural. In the background there is therefore a reset, but it is that of Italian politics. The most likely outcome at this point seems to be that of a clean slate of liberal democracy itself.

The immediate future will therefore be crossed by instability but it will be a necessary phenomenon to be able to shake the burden of a system that has caused this heap of rubble.

A system that finds all its errors in the Liberal Democratic Republic of 1946-1948 itself, a spurious creation that has nothing to do with the Christian and Roman founding values ​​of the Italian nation and civilization.

The transition of disorder will in all likelihood serve to then be able to reach the next order, that of a country that has finally been restored and that returns to be inspired by its unique and historical identity that has allowed it to have a moral primacy in the world.

Many are wondering who will be the men who will lead this process. They will probably be men who are still not on the public scene today but who can put themselves at the service of Italy and Italians to guide the country towards its economic and moral recovery.

It is a unique historical phase that Italy and the world are experiencing. A river is passing that goes in a certain direction and when this happens, you absolutely must not go against the current. You have to let yourself be guided and remain steadfast during the passage.

The current is leading Italy towards the gradual reconstruction of its lost sovereignty. What needs to be done at this stage is to look at the country’s founding heritage of values. There is the answer as to what needs to be done. There is the route to follow.



The End of the Draghi Government: Towards the End of Liberal Democracy in Italy?