EU officials: there is no Hitler in Europe now, but little Mussolini may be here.

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 EU officials: there is no Hitler in Europe now, but little Mussolini may be here.


Italys interior minister, Salvini, then seated in response to Pierre, let him clean the mouth.

As a result of the anti-immigration and anti-EU policies of the Italian right-wing, the scolding war between the Italian right-wing authorities and the EU left-wing is becoming increasingly intense.

The current political situation and Adolf Hitler of Nazi Germany in the 1930s and Mussolini, the Italian fascist leader, were reported to have spoken at the European Commission in Paris on Tuesday (11). Similarly, the populist ultra rightist forces in many countries are on the rise.

But his next remarks seemed to be in words, he said.

... Fortunately, Europe does not have the sound of boots striding forward, nor does Hitler, but there may be Mussolini Jr. This remains to be seen.

Although Pierre did not name the little Italian dictator, right-wing Italian officials quickly responded to the word Mussolini. According to Reuters, Italian Interior Minister Salvini, leader of the right-wing coalition, said in a statement issued in Rome on Thursday that he was seated in the right.

Before insulting Italy, Italians and their legitimate government, they should clean their mouths.

Because Pierre was a Frenchman, Sal Vigny took the opportunity to criticize a Frenchman. Salvinelli accused France of not doing enough to help deal with immigrants from Africa, and also accused France of making Libya a mess, he said:

EU Commissioner Moss, he did not condemn his countrys policy of refusing to emigrate. The French bombed Libya, messed up Europes budget allocation, blamed Italy, and talked about Little Mussolini all over Europe!

Thats not the end.

At a European Conference on Thursday, after the end of the war between Pierre and Salvini on Tuesday and Wednesday, Salvini likened African immigrants to slaves, and he quarreled with Luxembourgs foreign minister. The Reuters said foreign minister Luxemburg cursed him in frustration.

Reuters reported on September 14 that he had a quarrel with Luxembourgs foreign minister when he spoke at a conference on immigration and security hosted by Austria, the rotating presidency of the European Union. Citizens paid me to help our young people raise children, as we did a few years ago, instead of driving the best young Africans out of the country to replace Europeans who no longer have children, he said.

Then his words were very gunpowder, he said:

Perhaps in Luxembourg there is a need to help our children continue to have children in Italy, rather than allowing new slaves to make up for our labor force.

The remark, which then aroused the anger of Luxembourgs Foreign and Immigration Minister Jean Arborne, was reported to have manifested outrage in Luxembourg and then interrupted the Italian in French, repeating pay attention in French to express his dissatisfaction with Salvini. Then Bourne said:

In Luxembourg, we also have Italian immigrants. They come here as immigrants. They work in Luxembourg and pay taxes so that you can afford to raise your Italian children. According to Reuters, Aselbourne clearly refers to the post-World War II boom, when many Italians went to Western European countries to work to help their economies rise. Since Italy formed its first anti-EU and anti-immigration populist government in Western Europe in June this year, Italys tough anti-immigration policies and anti-refugee actions have sparked diplomatic confrontations between EU countries and Italy. In June, French President Mark Long made accusations of irresponsibility and impudence in Italys new government. The day before that, Italian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Salvini made the same statement, lamenting that Mark Long was a hypocrite and welcoming his action tomorrow to take the refugees home. . Source: observer net responsibility editor: Qian Yue Xiao _NBJ10675

In Luxembourg, we also have Italian immigrants. They come here as immigrants. They work in Luxembourg and pay taxes so that you can afford to raise your Italian children.

According to Reuters, Aselbourne clearly refers to the post-World War II boom, when many Italians went to Western European countries to work to help their economies rise.

Since Italy formed its first anti-EU and anti-immigration populist government in Western Europe in June this year, Italys tough anti-immigration policies and anti-refugee actions have sparked diplomatic confrontations between EU countries and Italy. In June, French President Mark Long made accusations of irresponsibility and impudence in Italys new government. The day before that, Italian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Salvini made the same statement, lamenting that Mark Long was a hypocrite and welcoming his action tomorrow to take the refugees home. .