Hmmm…seems anti-establishment sentiment is rife world-wide…the Italian president is going to be resigning after he was defeated in a constitutional referendum.

ROME (Reuters) – Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is set to resign on Monday after suffering a crushing defeat in a referendum over constitutional reform, tipping the euro zone’s third-largest economy into political turmoil.

Hmmm…Spain doesn’t have a government either…they’ve not voted in a leader in the last several months (see my post here). It’s looking like the EU (European Union) is crumbling. Yup, things are really interesting these days. It’s not just the US that is faltering…it’s happening everywhere. Governments are toppling…I think it’s exciting to be honest. It seems we are getting closer and closer to Full Disclosure and GESARA.


Something that the Italian president Renzi said has set me to wondering though:

“We are not robots,” he said at one point.

WTH??? What an odd comment for him to make. Has he been accused of being part of the Illuminati and the AI (Artificial Intelligence). I have heard talk of AI infiltrating top positions in the government and corporations, but haven’t lent much credence to it. Now I’m wondering. And there is something new I haven’t heard of (which isn’t surprising since MSM here rarely covers anything going on in the rest of the world).

The government crisis could open the door to elections next year and to the possibility of the opposition 5-Star Movement gaining power in the heart of the single currency area. 5-Star, which campaigned hard for a ‘No’ vote, wants to hold a referendum instead on membership of the euro.

Hmmm…who or what is this 5 Star Movement? According to this site:

The M5S was started in 2009 by comedian Beppe Grillo and web strategist Gianroberto Casaleggio, who had the intuition that the internet could be used as the basis for a new kind of party – one without organisation, money, ideology or headquarters. This encouraged Grillo to use his blog and the social networking site, Meetup.com, to bring people together to campaign on local issues and then field candidates for elections.

The Movement drew initial strength from the twin ideas of a new form of direct democracy and popular disgust with the political elites. Its policies have always been an eclectic mix of the anti-establishment, environmentalist, anti-globalist and eurosceptic, and its supporters have always come from across the political spectrum.

Wow…I’m impressed. And they seem to be a force to reckon with in Italy. It will be interesting to see what happens in Italy now. And I found an article on this same site that states categorically “No, Italy’s referendum is not the same as Trump or Brexit“. I guess the parallels are being drawn, but I do think they are similar, in that they are all signalling the masses unwillingness to just go along with the status quo. They are all questioning the Establishment and their governments, and saying no to the same old, same old.

Do I want to go into this more here? I’m not sure. I may revisit this topic at a later date. My prayers are with Italy too.

Addendum – December 11, 2016:

lastglobaliststanding

Well, I guess this picture says it all; namely, that the globalist elite are falling like flies, and their days are numbered, as this post so succinctly points out:

With the passing of the Brexit referendum in the UK which caused David Cameron, the Prime Minister, to resign, the election of Donald Trump in the U.S. as a repudiation of globalist leader Barack Obama, the Italian referendum which caused the Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi to resign, and the recent announcement by French President Francois Hollande that he will not be seeking re-election, there is one “global elite” leader left standing… Angela Merkel, who has suffered some major losses herself in Germany.

I think Merkel’s time is coming soon too. Just saying…

 

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