Salvini Tells Fake News Journalist Where to Shove Her Crimea Tears

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 21, 2018

Journalists pretending to care about things makes me angrier than journalists actually caring about things that I hate.

Like, I can believe that most journalists, being low IQ mental patients themselves, genuinely care about protecting trannies from treatment.

But they don’t care about Crimea, or even understand what it is.


Italian Interior Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini said that Crimea “legitimately” belongs to Russia as he argued with a US journalist who called the 2014 referendum held on the peninsula “fake.”

When Washington Post journalist Lally Weymouth confronted Salvini with the apparently provocative question of whether or not he supports Russia’s “annexation” of Crimea, Salvini pointed out that there was actually a referendum, prompting her to claim it was “fake.”

In response, Salvini noted that it was just the journalist’s subjective “point of view.” “There was a referendum, and 90 percent of the people voted for the return of Crimea to the Russian Federation,” the Italian interior minister said.

Weymouth then implied that the referendum was illegitimate due to the presence of some Russian forces on the peninsula at that time. Salvini replied that what was indeed illegitimate was the change of power in Kiev at that time, which he called a “pseudo-revolution funded by foreign powers,” just like the unrest in the Middle East, known as the Arab Spring revolutions.

“There are some historically Russian zones with Russian culture and traditions which legitimately belong to the Russian Federation,” Salvini then said, apparently referring to Crimea. His words immediately provoked an angry reaction in Kiev. The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry even summoned the Italian ambassador to voice its protest following Salvini’s comments.

“We condemn the position of the Italian politician as one that is not based on real fact and contradicts … the principles and norms of the international law,” the Ukrainian ministry said in its statement, adding that it “expects” Italy to once again condemn what it called the Russian “aggression.”

Asking why society has accepted the fact that journalists are openly, aggressively, shamelessly pushing an ultra-partisan political agenda is a question no longer worth asking.

We already know the answer: JEWS.

But yeah, bigger story here: Salvini is really reaching out to Russia.

I think Russia should take the leap and grab his hand.

I mean, come on.

New alliances must be formed.

A new empire awaits.