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Fascist symbolism and increasing rhetoric in European Union's Italian vote - hailnewsup

Fascist symbolism and increasing rhetoric in European Union's Italian vote - hailnewsup
Milan (AP) - A banner has emerged with the words "Honorable Mussolini", which is a few steps away from Milan Square, where after the execution of his body in 1945, the body of the fascist dictator was hanged upside down. Greetings with one hand and fascist slogans They shouted at protests Italy's right-wing interior minister left the monuments for the 74th anniversary of the liberation of the country from Nazi occupation

Fascist symbols, rhetoric, and greetings, which have long been a public protest, have come out of hooligans of football stadiums and Italian streets in this week's European Parliament elections.

Internal Minister Mateo Salvini has faced criticism for the alleged decency of neo-fascist extremists in an attempt to see its regional party, once regionally based, finished in number 1 in Italy, and perhaps Europe when on Sunday Italians vote.

Salvini, who has attracted the praise of European remote leaders for anti-immigrant and anti-Islamist stance, shows the existence of fascist ideology in the insults of the extremist label and the Italian political spectrum.

"In this class, there are no extremists. There are no racists. There are no fascists, "Salvini told a crowd of thousands of people in a campaign rally at the European weekend, including leaders from France and Germany, far-flung leaders.

But in his words, the belief of the resurrection of the neo-Fascist groups came to the margins of the European election campaign, which is shaping Europe as a campaign to control a series of issues between the political powers and right-wing Eurozian populists. The European Union. 28 member states. And many people are showing off at least part of the blame on Salvin and are showing off to encourage marginalist extremist parties and their movements in Italy.

Last month, when he left memories of the liberation day on April 25 in Rome, he marked the liberation of Italy by the fascist government of Benito Mussolini in 1945, who spent the last two years of World War II for the puppet Republic. The Nazi occupation was in the north of Italy.

One day earlier, Salvini had dismissed the "Honor Mussolini" banner performance in Milan by dozens of "Ultra" fans of Laajo football team in Rome, which was known as the "idiots" work.

And in last month's protests, right-wing activists were encouraged to put fascist slogans and greet one of the Roma families with one hand; in the public housing in the minority, persecuted during World War II. Critics said that extremists had received a permit from the police, which came under the direction of Salvini. Salvini himself has tweeted pictures of Roma's houses which were destroyed.

Guido Calderon, the expert of right-wing Italian groups, says that for years Salvini is fighting extremist, adding her extremist narrative to the purpose of immigrants with the Zenophobic platform of her League party. He said that keeping the traditional basis of the party, Salvini is allowed to appeal to more extremist voters.

The increasing concern among the Italians in the surveys has shown that fascism is officially banned as a political movement in Italy, but it never ends with popular culture or political fringe, it is raising its head dangerously. The SWG polling agency says that 71% of Italians believe it is important to combat the return of Nazi and fascist ideology, an increase of 65% two years ago, while two-thirds believe that the people who want to persecute It is important that in 2017, 60 percent of Fascism

But Calderon said that "another part of the population is attracted" for fascism. And he said that the Italians have never fully dealt with their fascist past.

It is expected that the main remote parties, Forza Nuova or Kasapound, will reach the border to enter the European Parliament on Sunday.

Mussolini was in power in Italy for almost two decades before entering World War II, during the modernization period during which fascist government created schools, railway stations and administrative buildings which are in public use today. After the war, many monuments and symbols honoring the Mussolini government were abolished, but a surprising number remained. It is in sight, reflects the complex relationships with Italy's history of its twentieth century.

Forbes Italico's sports complex in Rome, on the west coast of the Tiber River, is one of the most striking examples, with mosaics on the sidewalk to pay homage to the fascist dictator and a marble obelisk who remembers his name. In the headquarters near the Italian Olympic Committee, press conferences are still being organized in front of a mural while addressing a crowd to Mussolini. The calendars showing the deceased dictator appear in the kiosks and their framed image can be seen behind the bars in northern Italy.

Recognizing the power of the image of Salvini, Mussolini, recently addressed a European election.