October 18, 2018

Alessandra Bocchi: Italian coalition government united on securing borders

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, Italian freelance journalist Alessandra Bocchi joined me to discuss Italy's left/right populist governing coalition and how they stand united on securing the nation's borders.

Italy's coalition government was formed by two parties, the left-wing anti-establishment Five Star Movement and the right-wing populist Lega. Surprisingly, one issue they agree on is the need to secure Italy's borders and stop the ships full of illegal migrants.

WATCH my interview with Alessandra to see how the Lega leader and Deputy Prime Minister, Matteo Salvini, compares to President Trump.

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commented 2018-10-22 10:45:19 -0400
Billy Howard: re: UN GCSORM – Canada should refuse to sign as well but Trudeau likely will much to the dismay of Canadians who actually take the time to read what this policy is about. I’m wondering if a subsequent PM can pull the plug on the signing of this document? Hopefully Italy will follow thru just like the US, Poland, Hungry etc. We should refuse to let the UN – an extremely corrupted organization – dictate to us who we can let into our country.
commented 2018-10-18 20:04:49 -0400
Securing borders is like locking the doors to our homes. We don’t leave them wide open for anybody to wander in. Neither could I knock on Justin Trudeau’s mansion and insist I deserve to crash there. But we live in an age of assumed rights for criminals and hatred of law-abiding citizens.
commented 2018-10-18 13:46:49 -0400
Why hasn’t Salvini come out against signing the UN Global Compact on Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration agreement in December. The UN GCSORM describes global open-migration policies to be taken by all signators. Some countries have refused to sign – why hasn’t Italy also joined in refusing to surrender their immigration sovereignty too?
https://refugeesmigrants.un.org/sites/default/files/180711_final_draft_0.pdf