By Amy Mek. Article originally published at RAIR Foundation USA.
Are Meloni’s controversial globalist alliances for the benefit of the Italians or the elites?
The conservative bloc led by Giorgia Meloni has won the Italian parliamentary elections. Her Fratelli d’Italia party has taken the country by storm and become its most powerful political group. Meloni will become Italy’s first female prime minister. But, while many conservatives across the world are celebrating, Meloni’s globalist connections are ringing alarm bells.
Furthermore, not only is Meloni a fervent supporter of Ukrainian President Zelensky, but also a member of the controversial Aspen Institute, reports German news site Wochenblick.
On Twitter, she expressed her “loyal support” to Selenski. Previously, Meloni supported arms supplies to Zelensky. But, unfortunately, that could mean Italians must also be out in the cold for Ukraine this winter.
Mighty Globalist Clubs
Last February, she joined the Aspen Institute, an American think tank funded by powerful globalist clubs such as the Carnegie Corporation, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the Ford Foundation.
Billionaire George Soros’ network is also involved. Between 2003 and 2020, organizations linked to Soros transferred more than $3 billion to the Aspen Institute. Among other things, it was meant to support the promotion of pro-abortion groups. This is confusing since Meloni appears publicly to defend Christian values and is against abortion.
The Aspen Review, which reports directly to the institute, also railed that the Hungarian prime minister had turned his country into a “semi-democratic, semi-authoritarian country” and “demonized Soros with regime propaganda.” However, Meloni repeatedly refers to Orban as her alleged role model.
This year, part of the Aspen Institute called the Aspen Climate Cohort launched a 10-week training program for engineers, scientists, and economists to turn their ideas into realpolitik. A kind of Agenda 2030 summer school.
World Economic Forum
There are also many parallels between the World Economic Forum and the Aspen Institute. After all, the head of the organization, Walter Isaacson, is also a WEF “Agenda Contributor.” In addition, many other people in the Aspen network are also in the WEF & Soros orbit.
Both groups rely on training programs to groom their globalist soldiers. For example, Klaus Schwab, the WEF leader, relies on his “Young Global Leaders” program (Young World Leaders), and the “Aspen Institute” has its “Rising Leaders” camp (Aspiring Leaders). In 2019 alone, around 8.4 million US dollars flowed into the Aspen Institutes’ “Global Leadership” network.
The big difference between the two organizations is that the “Aspen Institute” takes a regionalized approach. Only US citizens are eligible for the US subgroup, only British citizens for the UK group, and only Italian citizens for the Italy group. In the US group in 2021, there were, for example, employees of the State Department and the US Army, but also representatives of strategically important companies such as Boeing, Lockheed-Martin, and Amazon. The group also trained university professors, political scientists, mainstream journalists, and employees of left-wing NGOs.
The fact that Meloni, a seasoned politician, became a member of the Aspen Institute on her own accord does not create confidence, explains Wochenblick. On the other hand, Viktor Orban was also initially sponsored by Soros’s network. The Hungarian prime minister would later become one of the most prominent critics of the billionaire. For the Hungarian prime minister, it was his younger experiences that later made him one of the biggest critics of the globalist’s machinations.
Meloni has long had a system for maintaining transatlantic relations. This is one of the reasons why the Austrian Federal President Alexander van der Bellen recently described Meloni as “no danger” for Europe, as we saw when she pledged her support and “European solidarity” for Ukraine.
Meloni wants to position herself as a reliable partner for the NATO allies. However, a threat from the EU makes one sit up and notice. Because if Italy develops in the direction of the conservative government in Hungary, European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen threatened they have “tools” to bring Italy into line.
Whether the globalist agenda is pushed through out of conviction or using pressure doesn’t matter. Are Meloni’s controversial globalist alliances for the benefit of the Italians or the elites? Conservatives worldwide are anxiously waiting to see if Meloni will stand up to Globalists and their organizations or if she will hand over her power to them.