The anti-fascist demonstration organized by the CGIL in Rome has no second meaning Matteo Salvini, who on Twitter commented: “While in Europe blood flows at the hands of Islamic terrorism, the only real danger these days, in Rome the left campaigns (on the day of silence) chasing fascists who, fortunately, are no longer there. “The reference is to the two episodes that have occurred in recent days in Europe. the first in Norway, where a man armed with a bow and arrow killed 5 people, apparently after converting to Islam.The second episode instead concerns the killing of a deputy in the United Kingdom, a murder probably linked to Islamic extremism.
The demonstration this afternoon in Rome, however, was organized in response to the assault on the CGIL headquarters a week ago, in the midst of a protest against the Green Pass. Continuing to comment on social media, the leader of the League quoted Leonardo Sciascia: “The most beautiful example of a fascist one can come across today … is that of self-styled anti-fascist solely dedicated to calling those who are not fascists a fascist “.
Even before the start of the event, however, the secretary of the Carroccio had made it known that the League would not be present today, as well as the Brothers of Italy. Salvini justified his absence by explaining of not wanting to violate election silence, in view of the ballots of tomorrow and the day after tomorrow.