Just only a week after we supported that The European Financial Dictatorship in panic again, warms its machine for a second coup against Italy, the agents of the dictatorship inside the Italian political system and its mechanisms abroad, rushed to verify this estimation!
Indeed, the Italian president, Sergio Mattarella, refused to approve Paolo Savona, a fierce critic of the euro, for the position of finance minister. Savona was the primary choice of the two party leaders who attempted to form a coalition government. Instead, the president appointed a new prime minister, Carlo Cottarelli, a former director at the International Monetary Fund, who was expected to present a list of ministers to Mattarella on Tuesday. Cottarelli is expected to lose a vote of confidence in the Italian parliament, which in turn is likely to lead to a new election, possibly as early as July.
Mattarella's move could be considered a constitutional coup as the Italian president fully aligned behind the Brussels/Berlin axis, adopting the narratives about the 'safety' of the eurozone, while actually ignored the choice of the democratically elected majority in the parliament.
The latest developments in Italy are taking place under a familiar climate of terror (that we've seen in Greece and elsewhere), cultivated by the establishment apparatus inside and outside the country.
The mainstream media, fully controlled by the financial elites, are using the common narratives of fear in their effort to reduce the power of the anti-establishment political movements. The threats are similar to those used in Greece and elsewhere: the deposits are in danger, the economy will collapse, a financial chaos will come in case of anti-euro forces in power.
Yet, Mattarella's move may eventually cause a boomerang effect against the establishment, as it may trigger further rage among the Italian citizens who will choose to reinforce further the anti-establishment parties in the next elections.
A new round of direct and indirect threats by the Brussels bureaufascists against the Italian electorate, demonstrate the panic of the European Financial Dictatorship institutions, as they see the third biggest economy in eurozone taking a collision course against them and their failed model.
The European Budget Commissioner, Günther Oettinger, made an absolutely unacceptable statement, saying “My concern and expectation is that the coming weeks will show that the development of the markets, government bonds and the economy of Italy will be so far-reaching that this will be a possible signal to voters not to vote for populists on the right or left,” sparking a storm of reactions and forcing even top EU officials to backlash against this statement, apparently to prevent a bigger wave of popular rage.
Oettinger's statement not only prove the increased level of panic among the Brussels bureaufascists, but that the so-called 'markets', supposedly functioning on purely economic criteria, are actually tools in the hands of the neoliberal priesthood, in order to impose desirable political developments.
It is almost certain that if the Italian people 'dare' to give more power to the anti-establishment political forces, the following part of the imaginary dialogue will take place: “We will start with Italy and Spain. We will order rating agencies to attack, exclude them from markets and throw them to the ECB trap. They will be forced to take similar measures, as Greece did, in order to receive liquidity. Then, we will attack France and Germany.”