CHANGING TIMES IN EUROPE
Isn’t the prime minister of Italy Giorgia Meloni: Woman with balls?
Giorgia Meloni: Woman With Balls!
The prime minister of Italy, first ever woman, Giorgia Meloni picked up a “CFA” to highlight what is wrong. She stood boldly from the first day on against arch competitor France. She confronted her counterpart French president Emmanuel Macron. After that, she continued with public appearances on TV, with a roaring voice and gestures.
“CFA franc” stands for Communauté Financière Africaine. In laymen’s terms, it means monetary instrument used by France to keep fourteen African nations like a “slave”. In this day and age, the CFA, coupled with the pretext of the “Colonial Tax”, makes France guilty as charged before public opinion.
Not until Meloni, a European with balls, except for Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, President of Türkiye, the UN Decolonization scheme was just that. In other words, if it was not for these two leaders to what end Western leaders were going to continue to play the three monkeys?
Western European colonies,
in this day and age, in Africa?
How could there have been ongoing Western European colonies in Africa today? Better question, why would the Globalists in charge for the past thirty years let this half a century long disgrace continue?
Furthermore, why did no one in the West jump when President Erdoğan said: “The world is bigger than five.” He boldly pointed out how the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) was not representative.
The statement was part of President Erdoğan’s speech at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). Surely, it was brushed off as nonsense then by the powers that be of the twentieth century set up.
A Decolonization Farce by UN
A la 20th Century Powers
The Decolonization farce by the United Nations was a by-product of the 20th century powers. In 1960, they came up with this scheme under the pretext of making everybody “equal”. Instead, the set up evolved into an instrument to further the interest of a handful powerful powers at the expense of a massive number of helpless countries.
The US, the Soviet Union, China, the UK, and France were primary beneficiaries. They were the nuclear powers of the twentieth century. They formed an elite club, awarding members with a veto power to make the ultimate decisions on behalf of all other member states at the UN.
France took advantage of this elite nuclear power status like the rest of them but with one exception. It sought to continue to benefit from the twentieth century set up in the twenty-first century as well. In 2014, President Erdoğan said enough is enough. After that, Prime Minister Meloni came with bravado in 2022, as soon as she assumed power.
Giorgia Meloni: Woman With Balls
Against The Reign of Powerful Over the Weak
Simply put, the UN, currently constituted, does not serve the interest of newly rising powers of the twenty first century. All the while, some relics of the past century, like France, are still abusing what they do not deserve or have any right to.
However, now that the world has Giorgia Meloni and Recep Tayyip Erdoğan with balls to make the case, changing times in Europe are upon us. As a result, time has arrived to give dignity back to the long suffering third world countries.
All the while, Liberals and Democrats alike, those that preach Globalism and continue to exploit the helpless, have two choices. One is to heed the message and avoid consequences. Two is to continue business as usual and see what leaders with balls have in store for them.
After all, neither the swagger of Meloni nor the brinkmanship of Erdoğan are personal.
France and Macron
Giorgia Meloni: Woman With Balls
Rapidly rising Türkiye under the reign of Erdogan has long been a growing concern for France. Coupled with the newly emerging Giorgia Meloni: Woman with balls, they became double whammy. However, they are not alone. Germany and Japan will soon seek redemption much like Italy. After all, France received the privileged post at the UNSC as the victor of WWII at their expense.
So the question is: When will France begin paying back? Nevertheless, the first thing is first. How much longer France plans to keep holding the national reserves of fourteen African countries? Benin, Burkina Faso, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Mali, Niger, Senegal, Togo, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo-Brazzaville, Equatorial Guinea and Gabon deserve justice.
Otherwise, Türkiye will surely press for answers in the international arena. It may very well start with reparations to Algeria, emanating from 1962 “settlement”. No sooner, Germany and Japan would also contemplate rewriting history. In the meantime, there is an urgency for France and Macron. Giorgia Meloni: Woman with balls, seems to have a lot more than the “usurped” UNSC seat in mind.