There is a worldwide Anglo Occupation Government and Italy is under its tight and relentless control. As such, the Italians are forced to live according to a foreign morality that simply isn’t theirs. They are forced to live according to the Puritan-Feminist worldview, and those who fail to live up to the Puritan-Feminist demands — even if they belong to the Mussolini family — must pay the price.
The granddaughter of Benito Mussolini is to suffer the ignominy of seeing her husband put on trial for allegedly paying for sex with schoolgirl prostitutes in Rome.
Mauro Floriani, an ex-police officer and the husband of the MP and former topless model Alessandra Mussolini, is accused of having several encounters with the under age escorts, who were aged just 14 and 15.
In a scandal that shocked Italians when it broke two years ago, it emerged that at least 50 men paid for sex with two schoolgirls, including middle-aged professionals and the son of a senator with Silvio Berlusconi’s Forza Italia party.
They were working out of a smart apartment building in the upmarket Rome district of Parioli. Prosecutors have requested that Mr Floriani be sent to trial for the alleged offences.
Paying for sex with a woman under the age of 18 is a crime under Italian law and if found guilty, Mr Floriani faces up to six years in prison.
Mr Floriani said that he found the girls through an escort website but had no idea that they were under age.
But other men told police that as soon as they had seen the girls, they realised how young they were and walked away from the encounters.
Mr Floriani has three children with Ms Mussolini, the granddaughter of the fascist leader and a prominent Right-wing MP who frequently professes admiration for “Il Duce”.
They have been married since 1989.
Ms Mussolini, who had an early career as an actress and whose aunt is the screen legend Sophia Loren, reportedly told friends that the revelations about her husband’s alleged involvement in the prostitution ring have “destroyed” her life.
The affair was particularly embarrassing because Ms Mussolini had served as the head of a parliamentary committee on children’s rights.
Her husband and other suspects were caught after police intercepted their phone calls and recorded them allegedly discussing the encounters with the schoolgirls.
Nicknamed by colleagues “Captain Mussolini”, Mr Floriani was a high-ranking officer in the Guardia di Finanza, Italy’s tax and border police, before joining Trenitalia, the national railway company, as a manager.
Eight people involved in the prostitution ring have been convicted so far, including the mother of the 14-year-old, who was sent to jail for six years.
She allegedly encouraged her daughter to sell herself for sex, charging men €300 (£213) for each encounter, which took place after she finished school.
Mirko Ieni, the ‘pimp’ behind the network, was jailed for 10 years.
Of the alleged clients, 11 struck plea bargains with the courts and were given suspended sentences of one year in jail.
They were each fined €1,000. Police are continuing their investigations into at least 20 other alleged clients.
Hey, Italians! How does it feel living according to someone else’s morality? Like the French, you are not an independent nation, and haven’t been independent for decades. You have no control over your own destiny, and the shape of your culture is determined by an alien power that is stronger and bigger than you. Whatcha gonna do?
Also, they got the Berlusconis as well, because of course.
The grand-daughter of Benito Mussolini, Italy’s fascist leader, has been unwittingly caught up in an underage prostitution scandal that has shocked Rome.
Alessandra Mussolini’s husband is accused of being one of 20 clients of teenage schoolgirls who were selling themselves for sex in order to earn money for designer clothes and the latest mobile phones.
The schoolgirls are from Parioli, one of the capital’s most upmarket districts, and the revelation that they were engaging in part-time prostitution in order to earn thousands of euros in pocket money has caused soul-searching among Italians.
The underage prostitution scandal was first revealed last year and since then police have been homing in on the girls’ clients by scrutinising their mobile phone records.
Five people have been arrested so far, including the mother of one of the girls, who allegedly encouraged her daughter to sell herself for sex, charging men 300 euros for each encounter, which took place after she finished school.
Police have now compiled a list of 20 alleged clients, including Mauro Floriani, Ms Mussolini’s husband.
Nicknamed by colleagues “Captain Mussolini”, he was an officer in the Guardia di Finanza, Italy’s tax and border police, before joining Trenitalia, the national railway company, as a manager.
He has denied having sex with either of the schoolgirls, but remains under investigation by prosecutors Cristiana Macchiusi and Maria Monteleone.
He has been married to Ms Mussolini, who is a senator with Silvio Berlusconi’s centre-Right Forza Italia party and makes no secret of her high regard for her grand-father, since 1989.
They have three children.
Police believe that the clients knew that the girls, who were just 14 and 15, were underage.
Paying for sex with a girl under the age of 18 is a crime under Italian law.
Mr Berlusconi, the former prime minister, was found guilty last year of paying for sex with the Moroccan-born nightclub dancer known as Ruby the Heart Stealer, when she was allegedly working as an escort at the age of 17.
He was also found guilty of abuse of office and was sentenced to seven years in jail – a conviction he is appealing.
He remains at liberty until the appeals process is exhausted – which in Italy can take years.
“Muh underage sex,” Italians. “Muh underage sex.” This is not your natural, inborn, organic morality. It’s forced upon you by someone else. But you have no power to resist it, and probably have no will. The world today is broken, and men have lost their will to defend their own masculine interests. I wonder what Mussolini himself would have to say about it?