Italy's Family Minister says it has become increasingly clear that racism has become the ideological weapon of the globalists and their lackeys.
Italy’s Minister for the Family has called for the repeal of a hate speech law after accusations of “racism” because a Nigerian woman was injured earlier this week when a man threw an egg at her from a moving vehicle.
The aggressor had mistaken her for a prostitute. Some 80 percent of female Nigerian migrants work as prostitutes.
In the wake of the egg-incident, mainstream media called it a “racist emergency” in Italy. But Family Minister Lorenzo Fontana in a Facebook post on Friday said: “The events of the past days make it increasingly clear that racism has become the ideological weapon of the globalists and their lackeys (some journalists and mainstream commentators, certain parties).”
The accustaion is used “to point the finger at the Italian people, falsely accusing them of every abomination, to make the majority of the citizens feel guilty for their vote and for the intolerable distance from the rhetoric of the groupthink,” he said.
Fontana has called for scarpping the broad Mancino law, “which has been transformed into a normative beachhead used by the globalists to disguise their anti-Italian racism as anti-fascism”.
The sweeping Mancino law prohibits gestures, actions, and slogans which incite violence and discrimination on racial, ethnic, religious, or national grounds.
But Fontana argues that the law is “a subtle and dangerous ideological weapon designed to sway opinions”. The front pages of all the newspapers “pointed the finger at the worrying wave of racism, to discover, in a tragic parody, that there was not even the shadow of it,” he explained.
“If there is any racism, today, it is primarily the one used by the mainstream media against the Italians,” he added. “The reason? A people that do not think all the same way and that are aware and conscious of their own identity and history are scary to the globalists, because they are not exploitable.”
The Washington Post hysterically denounced Fontana as a member of “the far-right League party” who was “facing broad condemnation” after calling for the abolition of a “1993 law condemning racist violence, hatred and discrimination”.
Having being recently elected however, Fontana has broad support and does not face “broad condemnation” as WaPo alleges.
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