Exit polls have Meloni's coalition to have 45% of the vote. The imperial core is falling to fascism left, right and centre. Well, right and centre anyway. If we want a revolution we must hurry - I fear it may soon be too late to hold our ground against the fascists.
We all know of the recent rise of US backed color revolution in Iran. It is, at least to me, highly likely that we will see the Trump documents suddenly reveal incriminating evidence of Iranian covert operations against the US. As things stand, the evidence from the Trump raid firmly points towards Saudi Arabia. Not just because of the mystery multi-billion USD donation made by the Saudi Arabians to Jared Kushner. Not that any of this will matter in the US bourgeois "justice" system. They desperately need Saudi goodwill, largely thanks to their mindless sanctions against Russian gas, leading to an energy deficit that needs to be repaired. They need, then, someone to blame that is not Saudi Arabia. Iran is perfect for this. It is no secret that there is no love to be lost between Iran and the US. The recent Iranian demands for greater guarantees that the US and the Imperial core con be trusted as part of negotiations for the rebirth of the Iranian nuclear deal is also making the West look bad, and their position increasingly untenable. It should come as no surprise that the US would want to get rid of its Iranian problem. The colour revolution is just one prong of an attack towards those ends. The other prong will likely be the suddenly revelations of Iranian hostile intentions to find US spies in Iran (as that is somehow a hostile act, while the presence of spies was not) and to boost their nuclear program through the acquisition of US state nuclear secrets. This will allow for more blatant attempts to topple the regime and Libs will lap it up.
On a side note, brace for yet more islamophobia in the """civilised"""" West.
Proponents of the racist Great Replacement Theory seem to be unaware of quite how attractive a world in which they were right would be. As they bemoan so loudly the death of their own ‘way of life’, we must ask what exactly that way of life is. The Western way of life has been of exploitation, first through slavery and now through exploitation of their own. It has been of backing brutal and murderous regimes, as in Chile with Pinochet, as in Cuba with the Batista and as in Afghanistan with Al Qaeda. It has been of war, endless war, the world over to feed their own military industrial complex, spilling foreign blood in the name of shareholders and profits. It has been of the constant suppression and oppression of people the world over – foreign and domestic – to serve a pitiful few. So roll in the Great Replacement. The end of the Western way of life, of the white man's ‘civilisation’ (and I call it the white man’s civilisation most advisedly, for it does not serve women, and it certainly does not serve those who are not white) can only be good for the world.
These will now be going up around my school to combat the English department's posters in honour of the Queen. Feel free to borrow them for your own propaganda campaigns.
This one was inspired by the DPRK slogan posters.
This is more conventional western agitprop.
Note also that the CHIPS act directly flouts WTO regulations. [As repected Stanford law teacher Alan Sykes pointed out](https://law.stanford.edu/2022/08/02/stanfords-al-sykes-on-the-280-billion-chips-and-science-act-government-intervention-and-trade/):
> Under WTO law, the Chips Act is a “domestic subsidy” because it is targeted at a particular industry and makes financial contributions to that industry through direct payments and tax subsidies. Such subsidies are not prohibited but are potentially “actionable” at the WTO if they cause injury to foreign producers of semiconductors seeking to sell into the U.S. market or some third country market in competition with subsidized products. In addition, if chips produced by subsidized facilities or firms are exported, they are potentially subject to “countervailing duties” imposed by the importing country if their presence in the export market causes “material injury” to producers in that market.
As the CHIPS act is expressly in the interests of decreasing foreign import to the US, and thus damaging competitive semi-condutor manufacturers wishing to sell in the US or other countries, such as China and Chinese Taipei, it is in violation of WTO regulations.
Article corroborating this from L*beral news source:
Once again the US demonstrates it cares about the UN and the real international community only when it is convenient. When it is not... the "international community" of NATO and it's allies are the only voices that matter.