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    Winston Churchill 'Ordered Assassination of Mussolini to Protect Compromising Letters'

    Winston Churchill ordered the assassination of Benito Mussolini as part of a plot to destroy potentially compromising secret letters he had sent the Italian dictator, a leading French historian has suggested.

    Pierre Milza, an expert on fascist Italy, theorizes that the wartime prime minister may have wanted Mussolini dead to prevent the letters, in which Churchill expressed his admiration for his Italian counterpart before the outbreak of the Second World War, coming to light.

    “There is no doubt, judging by his public declarations back in the 1920s and early 1930s, that Churchill was a fan of Mussolini. Roosevelt too,” Mr Milza said.

    Churchill even once said: 'Fascism has rendered a service to the entire world... If I were Italian, I am sure I would have been with you entirely’.

    “But that was understandable in 1927, as then a fascist did not mean a friend of Hitler and accomplice to genocide. But when you are head of state and legitimate war hero of the British people, you don’t really want all that put up in lights.”
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    Writing in his book, The Last Days of Mussolini, Mr Milza says that this may explain why Churchill chose to holiday under a false name only a few miles from the spot where Mussolini was seized.

    “Perhaps he went there just to paint. It is credible, however that he was there for other reasons, as one now knows a certain number of trunks were thrown into the lake with documents and booty and perhaps the services had a look for them. We cannot complete eliminate this theory,” he said.
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    “But that was understandable in 1927, as then a fascist did not mean a friend of Hitler and accomplice to genocide.
    Am I really reading this correctly? Now it takes hopping into bed with the 1920's Mussolini to somehow justify Churchill's later actions against Hitler and especially against the German people as anything other than pure hate of Germans and/or opportunism supported by Jewish finance? The plot thickens...
    -In kalte Schatten versunken... /Germaniens Volk erstarrt / Gefroren von Lügen / In denen die Welt verharrt-
    -Die alte Seele trauernd und verlassen / Verblassend in einer erklärbaren Welt / Schwebend in einem Dunst der Wehmut / Ein Schrei der nur unmerklich gellt-
    -Auch ich verspüre Demut / Vor dem alten Geiste der Ahnen / Wird es mir vergönnt sein / Gen Walhalla aufzufahren?-

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    Benito Mussolini’s Granddaughter Calls Jim Carrey ‘a Bastard’ over Painting of Late Dictator



    The granddaughter of fascist dictator Benito Mussolini, Alessandra Mussolini, called actor Jim Carrey “a bastard” on Sunday in response to a politically charged painting depicting her grandfather and his mistress Clara Petacci hanging upside down at their execution in 1945.



    “You are a bastard,” said Alessandra Mussolini to Jim Carrey in a tweet on Sunday, reacting to what appeared to be another one of the actor’s politically charged paintings, which he
    posted to Twitter, along with the words, “If you’re wondering what fascism leads to, just ask Benito Mussolini and his mistress Claretta.”


    Alessandra Mussolini, who is a former Italian actress, currently serves as a Member of the European Parliament. The dictator’s granddaughter had reportedly left the entertainment industry after a film producer asked her to change her last name.



    “Ma’am, your grandpa was a fascist and in league with Hitler. You’re not your grandpa, but when you try defending him… it’s a bad look,” reacted another user on Twitter.

    Hours after Alessandra Mussolini’s initial tweet to Carrey, she proceeded to post a series of tweets including images concerning American history — such as a “mushroom cloud” created by an atomic bomb, and the historical unfair treatment of Native Americans, — tagging the actor in her tweets and requesting that he “draw that too.”

    Alessandra Mussolini, who has been known to defend her grandfather on multiple occasions, issued a “warning” via Twitter last October, stating that she would “monitor” and report to the police anyone who is caught posting “images and/or offensive phrases” involving her grandfather. “Warning [those navigating social media]” said Mussolini, “[My] lawyers are at work to verify the ‘politically correct’ of [Facebook] and other social media regarding images and/or offensive phrases against Benito Mussolini: monitoring and denunciation [reporting] to the [State Police].”

    Mussolini is not alone in her apparent support for advancing online censorship. Last year, the European Union voted in favor of aggressive new online copyright laws that critics say could lead to mass surveillance and strangle alternative media websites, as well as stifle satire and meme culture.


    Hey Jim why not do something ground breaking paint Muhammad. That would require balls & he doesn't have any.

    Benito Mussolini’s Granddaughter Calls Jim Carrey ‘a Bastard’ over Painting of Late Dictator 01 Apr 2019.

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    For some reason, an Italian lady I correspond with let me know that she has a very low opinion of Alessandra Mussolini, which surprised me, considering the fact that this lady is an avowed fascist.

    So, due to my ignorance of Italian politics, I've been performing a bit of research on Alessandra and her views on various issues.

    Mini Bio (1)

    Alessandra Mussolini was born on December 30, 1962 in Rome, Lazio, Italy. She is an actress, known for Saturday, Sunday and Monday (1990), Il tassinaro (1983) and A Special Day (1977). She has been married to Mauro Floriani since October 28, 1989. They have three children.


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    Alessandra Mussolini was elected to the Camera dei Deputati (Chamber of Deputies) as a representative of the right-wing Alleanza Nazionale party in Naples. [1992]

    Granddaughter of Benito Mussolini and niece of Sophia Loren.

    She graduated from university in 1992, specializing in surgery.

    In 1992 she was elected to the Camera dei Deputati (Chamber of Deputies).

    She ran for Mayor of Naples but lost out to Antonio Bassolino.

    Has three children: Caterina, Clarissa and Romano.

    She is the daughter of Italian jazz pianist Romano Mussolini and actress Maria Scicolone. Her grandfather was the fascist dictator of Italy, Benito Mussolini, who died before she was born. Her mother is the sister of actress Sophia Loren. She was also the niece of Edda Mussolini, Vittorio Mussolini and Bruno Mussolini and the niece by marriage of Galeazzo Ciano.

    Senator for PDL (Popolo Delle Libertà), Berlusconi's party. [March 2013]

    A candidate to the European Parliament for the list "Alternativa Sociale con Alessandra Mussolini". [May 2004]

    She left the Alleanza Nazionale party and founded a more extreme one, "Libertà di Scelta". [November 2003]

    She played the daughter of her real life aunt Sophia Loren in A Special Day (1977)

    https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0615905/bio?ref_=nm_dyk_trv_sm#trivia




    Apparently, Alessandra has a fiery temper and tends to offend others with her often controversial viewpoint. (Too bad. )
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    Off Course , David Corona is a "Bastard" .

    Born 17th of January , when the caucasian Armenians adjust
    the birth of christ to precession .

    What to expect from a "bastard" like David and Jesus ? "Loyalty" ?

    James Eugene „Jim“ Carrey (* 17. Januar 1962 in Newmarket, Ontario) ist ein kanadisch-US-amerikanischer Komiker und Filmschauspieler.
    https://de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Carrey
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    There's nothing like the same stigma attached to Mussolini as Hitler.

    Then again, he was nicer to the Jews

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    The prestige of the fascist government was at its zenith: at home the establishment of order, the improvement of the economic situation and the consolidation with the Vatican seemed to right-minded people to represent so many good marks, while on the international level, in spite of its nationalism and its restlessness, fascism seemed a solid bastion against communism. Mussolini’s debut in foreign affairs – he held this portfolio, too – had not indeed been such as to inspire confidence. In August 1923, following the killing of an Italian military envoy at Jania, Mussolini sent an ultimatum to Greece and occupied Corfu. But England’s firm attitude soon forced him to withdraw from the island and from then on fascist policy, partly because of the moderating influence exercised by career diplomats, was on the whole faithful to the traditional line of friendship with England. Indeed the most weighty recognition of Mussolini came from England: on 20 June Churchill declared that if he had been an Italian he would not have hesitated to be a fascist from the start. Questioned by the Labour Opposition, the Prime Minister, Baldwin, in his turn found nothing reprehensible in Churchill’s statements. The conviction that fascism was what Italy needed and Mussolini, as Pius XI had said on the eve of the Conciliation, the man sent by Providence, had gained some footing in foreign public opinion. Rebounding to Italy, it helped to strengthen the regime’s foundations further.


    P 424 – 425 History of the Italian People by Giuliano Procacci.


    09 X 2019.

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