On Wednesday, July 13, Italian citizens stormed La Spezia City Hall after Mayor Pierluigi Peracchini refused to meet with them. “I need to get my daughter some bread, for God’s sake! I have no money to buy bread; what will my daughter eat tonight?” cried a distraught mother at the official residence of the city.
The protest occurred after Mayor Pierluigi Peracchini chose to ignore his constituents’ problems. He even denied the citizens access to the town hall for a discussion. Instead, as video recordings show, police officers from the local municipality prevented the crowd from penetrating further into the building.
As Dr. Joseph Mercola reports, the globalist takeover agenda is nothing if not comprehensive. They’re coming at us from every possible angle, and whether we’re talking about biosecurity, finance, housing, health care, energy, transportation or food, all the changes we’re now seeing have one goal, and that is to force compliance with the globalists’ agenda.
It seems the Elites coordinated intentional attacks to manufacture global food shortages, and famine is going according to plan. Just recently, shocking video footage of a never-ending line of people circulating outside a food bank in Milan surfaced:
The Globalist elites want complete and total control over consumer access to food. So eventually, your ability to buy food will be tied to your digital identity and social credit score. They already have eliminated market competition and monopolized the food industry:
While the presence of hundreds of food brands gives the appearance of market competition, the reality is that the food industry is monopolized by fewer than a dozen companies, and all of them, in turn, are largely owned by BlackRock and Vanguard.
It’s hard to tell which of the two is more influential. Vanguard owns a large share of Blackrock, reports investigative journalist Corey Lynn:
Owners and stockholders of Vanguard include Rothschild Investment Corp, Edmond De Rothschild Holding, the Italian Orsini family, the American Bush family, the British Royal family, the du Pont family, and the Morgan, Vanderbilt and Rockefeller families.
Attack on Small Business
For over a year, small businesspeople and various freedom fighters rallied in cities across Italy to protest government forced closures of businesses in the name of combating the coronavirus. Demonstrators pleaded for the ability to work again, so they could pay their bills and save their collapsing companies. As RAIR Foundation USA warned, Benito Mussolini’s economic system of government control of the economy had taken a stronghold in Italy again.
Since the pandemic began, small businesses in Italy have been particularly hard hit and massively disadvantaged compared to big companies. Many of the larger corporations have been allowed to stay open. In contrast, restaurants, gyms, small retailers, etc., have had to close for long periods or operate under paralyzing restrictions.
Small business owners represent everything the left despises: free market capitalism, individualism, and property rights. Small businesses are not unionized, so they cannot be controlled by the left.
Italian Prime Minister
Italian politics was thrown into further turmoil on Thursday, with Prime Minister Mario Draghi offering his resignation. Italians flooded the streets and celebrated when he first announced his resignation:
Hours after the Prime Minister made his announcement, President Sergio Mattarella rejected his resignation minutes later. As a result, the future of the former head of the European Central Bank (ECB) and the country’s sixth prime minister in the past ten years are still unknown. Citizens remain optimistic the the Globalist Prime Minister’s resignation stand.
RAIR will post updates on this developing story.