by Fabio Giuseppe Carlo Carisio
The zealous goats, that is the Italians all attached to the fear of losing their small privileges in a transatlantic Italy that has been sinking for years, have voted. As was widely predicted by the polls prior to these parliamentary elections, the only heroine credited by the mainstream media won: it won the NATO Weapons Lobby!
Giorgia Meloni, leader of the Fratelli d’Italia, which becomes the first Italian party to surpass the Democratic Party (the exact numbers are yet to be defined but the projections leave no doubt about the victory already accredited by the BBC) and dragging the Center-right coalition (Lega, Forza Italia, and other minor parties) above at 40%, she is not the real winner of the electoral challenge, she is not even the real future Prime Minister who for the first time in the history of the beautiful Mediterranean country will be female.
Meloni is the right-hand copy of Ursula von der Leyen who has been acclaimed President of the European Commission.
Fabio Giuseppe Carlo Carisio, born on 24/2/1967 in Borgosesia, started working as a reporter when he was only 19 years old in the alpine area of Valsesia, Piedmont, his birth region in Italy. After studying literature and history at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan, he became deputy director of a local newspaper and specialized in judicial reporting.
For about 15 years he is a correspondent from Northern Italy for the Italian newspapers Libero and Il Giornale, also writing important revelations on the Ustica massacre, a report on Freemasonry and organized crime.
With independent investigations, he collaborates with Carabinieri and Guardia di Finanza in important investigations that conclude with the arrest of Camorra entrepreneurs or corrupt politicians.
In July 2018 he found the counter-information web media Gospa News focused on geopolitics, terrorism, the Middle East, and military intelligence. He is a correspondent from Italy for the French news site Reseau International.
He worked for many years for the magazine Art & Wine as an art critic and curator