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Old March 18th, 2006 #1
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Lightbulb Alessandra Mussolini Europe Thread

This thread is dedicated to MEP Alessandra Mussolini - All news reports ( especially cute photos of her ) please post here :cheers:


Alessandra Mussolini hits back at Libya



Dictator Mussolini’s granddaughter says Libyans would still be on 'camels' if it hadn't been for her grandfather.


ROME - Italian MEP Alessandra Mussolini stoked an increasingly bitter row with Libya on Friday, saying its people would still be riding camels if the country had not been occupied by fascist forces under her grandfather, dictator Benito Mussolini.

Mussolini was speaking after Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi threatened further attacks on Italians if Tripoli's compensation claim for decades of colonisation remained unheeded.

"If it hadn't been for my grandfather they would still be riding camels with turbans on their heads," said Mussolini, whose far-right political group has signed a pre-election pact with Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi ahead of April 9 polls.

"They are the ones who should be paying us compensation, because it was a positive colonisation. Fascism exported democracy, as well as roads, houses and schools," she said.

Relations between the two countries have dipped sharply after Libyan rioters razed the Italian consulate in Benghazi on February 17, ostensibly over an Italian minister wearing a T-shirt satirising the Prophet Mohammed.

Kadhafi said in a televised speech on Thursday that while the violence was regrettable, it was a result of the "accumulated wrongs since 1911, of repression and injustice suffered by the Libyan people under Italian occupation."

He called on Italy to "compensate the Libyan people for the deaths and refugees (of the colonial period), to avoid a (social) explosion against its interests, its companies and its nationals."

Italy had already occupied Libya for more than a decade before Mussolini came to power in 1922.

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Old March 18th, 2006 #2
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ALESSANDRA MUSSOLINI: STORACE SHOULD EXPLAIN PUBLICLY



(AGI) - Roma, Mar. 9 - Alessandra Mussolini spoke out - in a note - concerning the "news published by the national press relating to arrests made for political espionage on herself". "With reference to the news published today by press organs, on account of their seriousness", Mussolini stated, "I am asking Health Minister Francesco Storace, member of the government, to immediately provide a public explanation concerning what has happened because the facts disputed, beyond personal points of view, risk severely compromising the credibility of the upper levels of a party, the National Alliance, which is part of the centre-right coalition ". "Respect for the constituency is important", Mussolini concluded, " with the highest level of transparency. Those involved in these facts must take on their political responsibilities

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Old March 18th, 2006 #3
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"They are the ones who should be paying us compensation, because it was a positive colonisation. Fascism exported democracy, as well as roads, houses and schools," she said.
I like that attitude ! That is the attitude that we should have toward blacks and roaches , 'They should be paying us !'.
 
Old March 18th, 2006 #4
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Ah, the ideal woman.,
 
Old March 18th, 2006 #5
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Well,the Sister's RIGHT,of course.But,of course, she'll be villainized by the jew press,slandered as evil,intolerant,and ,of course,racist.
 
Old March 20th, 2006 #6
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JUSTICE: MAIN SUSPECT IN LAZIO'S WATERGATE INDICTED IN ROME

(AGI) - Rome, Mar 20 - Rome prosecutors have opened formal inquiries into former Governor Storace spokesman Nicolo' Accame on counts of violating electoral laws and gaining unlawful access to computerised records. Accame is being investigated along with a further 2 persons, suspected of similar offences: Pierpaolo Pasqua and Gaspare Gallo, both employed by a private security firm and subject to prior arrests in Milan.
Antonella De Pasquale, aide to Alessandra Mussolini was also heard today; as was Accame's assistant Pierluigi Sassi.
Accame is also subject to investigation by Milan prosecutors as part of an inquiry into illegal phone spying operations. (AGI) .
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Old April 4th, 2006 #7
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ELECTIONS: ALESSANDRA MUSSOLINI, I'LL BE VICE PM

(AGI) - Cagliari. April 4 - "Let's get things in the open: the centre-right will win and I shall take Fini's place as Vice Prime Minister" - said Alessandra Mussolini, leader of Social Alternative, at Cagliari in reply to a journalist who asked her for a comment on Fini's recent statements that excluded government posts for members of Social Alternative, in case of the House of Liberties' winning. Last night, the PM Berlusconi announced during his TV duel with Prodi, that he meant to have a woman vice Prime Minister, in the case of the centre-right?s winning the election.
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Default Benito has got to be proud of his granddaughter

She's got my vote.
 
Old April 8th, 2006 #9
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Ah, the ideal woman.,
But too many Italian Mommas all end up wearing black and turn to lard as middle age sets in .
 
Old April 9th, 2006 #10
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A fine woman, wouldn't it be something if she became Fascist dictator of Italy like grandpa
 
Old April 18th, 2006 #11
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Mussolini's granddaughter says she will run for mayor of Rome

ROME (AP) - The granddaughter of wartime Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini said Tuesday she will be a candidate for mayor of Rome in next month's elections.

Alessandra Mussolini ran in the April 9-10 parliamentary elections with a small right-wing party supporting conservative Premier Silvio Berlusconi. But her party failed to make the threshold necessary to send lawmakers to parliament.

"My bid for Rome mayor certainly is fully confirmed," Mussolini, 43, said in a statement.

At least two other members of Berlusconi's conservative coalition are running in the May 28-29 vote. Mussolini urged the center-right coalition to unite behind one candidate, indicating she might step aside if the center-right agreed on a single candidate.

She said a single candidate was the only hope to defeat Mayor Walter Veltroni of the center-left. Veltroni, a former deputy premier, is considered the front-runner.

Mussolini ran for mayor of Naples a decade ago, losing to a center-left opponent.

Mayoral races are scheduled in several cities, including Rome and Milan, next month. Runoffs, if necessary, will be held June 11.

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Old April 24th, 2006 #12
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This Is Great News ..... Vittoria per Alessandra nell'elezione per il sindaco di Roma

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Old May 3rd, 2006 #13
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allessandra kicks ass! i saw her on t.v. where they tried to smear her with some nude photo. one indiscretion and not bad, i might add.

she doesn't play their game.:box:
 
Old May 5th, 2006 #14
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Default Here is where Alessandra Mussolini says "Better a fascist than a faggot."

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Alessandra Mussolini MEP

ROME (EJP) - The swearing in of Romano Prodi’s new cabinet on Wednesday put an end to a long electoral campaign in Italy marked by a number of clashes between the political world and the Italian Jewish community.

Two days earlier newly elected Italian President Giorgio Napolitano had declared that it is time that “Italy suffocated all outbursts of ant-Semitism”.

Before the general elections, held on April 9 and 10, many representatives of the Italian Union of Jewish Communities lamented how Berlusconi’s centre-right coalition included a number of neo-Fascist candidates, including the grand-daughter of the Italian dictator, Alessandra Mussolini.

After the protests, Berlusconi decided to not let those candidates run in any electoral constituency, yet to keep enjoying the political support from these small but proudly nostalgic parties.

New polemics

After Prodi’s centre-left coalition won a narrow victory over Berlusconi, new polemics burst out following the declarations by Milan’s Jewish community spokesperson Yasha Reibman.

In a interview with Il Corriere della Sera, Reibman declared that Italian Jewry wouldn’t be enthusiastic to see the leader of the Left-Democrats -the biggest party in Prodi’s coalition- Massimo D’Alema as new foreign minister because “he didn’t miss a single occasion to criticize Israel”.

On May 15, it was the turn of the chair of the Italian Union of Jewish Communities (Ucei) Claudio Morpurgo to draw the media’s attention. Morpurgo in fact publicly asked for “warranties” in case of the appointment of Alberto Asor Rosa as minister for university.

Indicated by the Party of the Italian Communists, Professor Asor Rosa had wrote in one of his latest books “La guerra” (‘The War’) that “the persecuted Jewish race turned out to be a race of persecutors”.

D’Alema was named foreign minister, whereas Asor Rosa did not become the new minister for universities.

Over-involvement?

EJP then asked Morpurgo if he didn’t believe that the Italian Jewry was getting too involved with active politics. “I do not think so”, he replied, “Our role is to contribute as Jews to the national life”.

Morpurgo explained that it is not the Ucei’s role to assess whether a person can become a minister or not, but that it is the Ucei’s duty to ask the institutions to protect the country “from the anti-Semitic and anti-Israeli streams existing in both the left and the right”.

Morpurgo then praised the election of Giorgio Napolitano – a 80 year old life-senator and a prominent member of the former Italian Communist Party – as new Italian president..

Referring to the late 1980s, Morpurgo said: “In an era of harsh anti-Israeli criticism Napolitano was one of the first Communists to pay a friendly visit to Israel and to try to smooth away the problems between the Jews and the left in this country”.

Morpurgo also expressed his great appreciation for the president’s oath of office before a joint parliamentary session.

In his subsequent solemn speech Napolitano underlined the need for acting for a peaceful settlement of the Middle East conflict and called for combating terrorism and openly mentioned suicidal terrorism, too.

“The friendship he showed for Israel and his appeal against anti-Semitism” concluded Morpurgo “showed how Napolitano deeply shares and feels our same values.”

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CDL: MUSSOLINI, GOOD OF BERLUSCONI TO PRESENT TOUGH OPPOSITION

(AGI) - Rome, May 27 - Alessandra Mussolini has said, "Berlusconi is doing well to do what he's doing at the moment. Tough opposition, without any compromises or let-up. Because they (editor's note: the Union) are doing the same thing and, more importantly, the new government's first moves in power have been awful". Mussolini was being interviewed by the online daily paper, Affaritaliani.it. She added, "Unfortunately, there's no two-party system in Italy. When one or the other of them wins, they have a vendetta and a vindictive revolution. They don't operate for the good for Italy, but are only concerned with overturning various laws or completely changing others. On immigration and on so many other fronts". The leader of the Social Alternative has no doubts. "The Cavalier, Burlusconi, has to operate like this, because the others are really provoking him, nothing other than tightening the rope". On the possibility of protesting, an idea emanating from Berlusconi himself, Mussolini declared herself good and ready: "Definitely. And why not? I'd be more than happy to do it. The government will do things which have heavy consequences, there are no priorities on a social level. Nothing". What about a tax strike? "We start off by saying that that we mustn't be too closed to proposals on commission chairmen, who the opposition ought to choose and who therefore are more than just a small concession. And then we come out using every single strategy available to us, and why not. Every single strategy, no exceptions. Obviously within democratic regulations". Mussolini is also upset about the head of State. "The president of the Republic, Napolitano, for now isn't president of all Italians, but only of some. Maybe he'll become such, but he isn't for now. This needs to be spelt out clearly". (AGI) -

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Alessandra Mussolini, the granddaughter of Italy's wartime fascist leader, has called for children to be able to take their mother's surname if they wish.

She spoke after Italy's supreme court called for an end to the country's outdated and "patriarchal" rules and said they were not compatible with the concept of female equality.

At present, Italian children must take their father's surname. However, a group of politicians, led by Miss Mussolini, wants the law to be changed to allow children to choose.

The court rejected a plea from a father for his son to carry his surname. It said that since he had not recognised the boy when he was born in 1997, the child could continue to use his mother's name.

"Now we must make a new law," Miss Mussolini said, adding: "This judgment is enlightened. It is recognition for women and motherhood."

Her two daughters and son bear their father's name, Floriani. However, she went through a lengthy legal process to allow them to attach Mussolini to their surname. "I can assure you that it was a long, confusing and, above all, expensive procedure that very few are able to do," she said.

In Britain, children can choose to take either parent's surname. In Spain, children can choose double-barrelled names.

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2 JUNE: A.MUSSOLINI, TIME TO PROTEST IN THE STREETS

(AGI) - Roma, June 2 - "I think that it is the first time since the foundation of the Republic that in the course of official ceremonies members of the governing majority have joined a counter-demonstration. We have the paradox of there being in positions of power leaders of those who are demonstrating elsewhere against that power." Thus stated Alessandra Mussolini, MEP and national secretary of Azione Sociale, commenting on the radical left's counter-demonstration. "They are those who were the moral authors of what happened in Fossano (Cuneo) where two small bombs went off at the entrance to the school for carabinieri, who have my full solidarity. I think that the time has come to stop holding back and to protest, also in the streets, against a dangerous and subversive left. The toleration of these episodes may destabilise our society; a society that today has seen the Police march in Turin with black armbands to protest against the pardon for Ovidio Bompressi, a protest also extended against the election as deputy of the Rose in the Fist - and therefore as secretary to the speaker of the House - of Sergio D'Elia, ex member of the "Prima Linea" terrorist organisation, sentenced to 30 years in prison in 1978, for the murder of Florentine policeman, Fausto Dionisi. If the police show their discomfort so openly - concluded Mussolini - we are in an emergency. There are too many signs of disintegration caused by the left: it is necessary to act immediately, with energy against the regime that is being created. (AGI) -
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Lightbulb Italians reject proposal to reform constitution



ROME: A proposal to overhaul Italy’s constitution headed towards clear-cut defeat yesterday as voters delivered a fresh political blow to former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi two months after he lost general elections.
Results from more than 96% of polling stations showed 61.6% of the voters in a two-day, nationwide referendum rejected the proposed reforms to strengthen the prime minister’s powers and give more autonomy to the regions.
The result was a fillip for new Prime Minister Romano Prodi, who campaigned against the changes arguing they would wreck national unity, weaken the president and cost billions of euros to implement.
“This reinforces the (governing) coalition,” Defence Minister Arturo Parisi told Sky Italia television.
But the referendum was especially important to Berlusconi, whose future as opposition leader could now be in doubt after he narrowly lost April’s elections to the centre left.
“This is a clear defeat for Berlusconi,” Oliviero Diliberto, head of the Italian Communists, said.
Alessandra Mussolini, granddaughter of Italy’s wartime dictator Benito Mussolini and leader of a splinter centre-right party, said: “The entire centre right will have to take stock as one of its major planks has been rejected.”Partial results showed heavy turnout across the country and a “No” vote even in the north, where the centre right’s devolution lobby was strongest.
“A victory of the ‘No’ vote may be the beginning of the waning of Berlusconi’s political career,” Franco Pavoncello, president of Rome’s John Cabot University, had said before the results.
Berlusconi pushed the constitutional changes through parliament in a flurry of activity during his last months in power, saying that they would end Italy’s half century of revolving-door governments.
The referendum was needed because the measure won only a simple majority in parliament last November instead of the two-thirds support that would have triggered the changes.
The media tycoon, whose leadership of the centre right was already in question after his April election defeat, launched acerbic attacks ahead of the referendum, at one stage saying those who failed to vote “Yes” were not worthy to be Italian.
The changes would have given Italy’s 20 regions autonomy over health, schooling and policing, a move critics said would mean better services for richer northern regions to the detriment of the poorer south.
Regional autonomy was a priority for the Northern League, a small, raucous member of the centre-right bloc that has threatened to quit unless the referendum passed – a move that would undercut Berlusconi’s leadership.
In the north, 53% of voters opposed the referendum compared with 75% in the south.
“This is an important and significant victory, most importantly because of the ‘No’ vote in the great majority of the northern Italian provinces,” said Piero Fassino, leader of the largest of the centre-left coalition parties

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Old July 4th, 2006 #20
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Complete video of Alessandra Mussolini debating a homosexual jew and a lesbian jewess. Fascinating, although I don't understand a word of it.
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