Giorgia Meloni is the leader of the anti-immigration party Fratelli d’Italia (Brothers of Italy) and a member of the Italian Chamber of Deputies. Her party is not in the new “populist” government in Italy, but she supports the policies of Matteo Salvini and the Lega Nord.
In the following video Ms. Meloni discusses her proposal for an anti-Soros law in Italy, modeled after the one recently passed in Hungary.
|00:00||In Italy, people still invite George Soros to speak in public.|
|00:05||They call him a philanthropist, but we are talking about a speculator.|
|00:09||One who in 1992 cost us some billions of lire in speculation to enrich himself,|
|00:17||thankfully something that would teach us [a lesson]. Today George Soros says|
|00:20||that he is worried about the government voted in by the Italians.|
|00:23||And we hope that in the future he will be very worried, because the government will do its work|
|00:27||as we wish, that it will pass the law proposed by the Brothers of Italy|
|00:32||to prevent Soros and his ilk from financing non-governmental organizations|
|00:36||that favor illegal immigration.|
|00:41||Because their object is to render nation states ever weaker so that speculation will triumph.|
|00:45||Soros, we want you to worry,|
|00:48||Because we are proposing an anti-Soros law.