Words matter. These are the best Matteo Salvini Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
With Islam, there’s the Sharia. There’s the Islamic law which prevails, and as long as it doesn’t distinguish between God and the state, it’s a problem.
I’m sick of seeing the immigrants in the hotels and the Italians who sleep in cars. This is the racist country.
In my opinion, Islam is an outdated religion. It’s not modern. And therefore, there’s too much space for violence.
Macron talks about values, but he doesn’t recognize the values itself, and therefore, they have no lessons to give to Italy.
I don’t want to leave euro or leave the European Union.
I want to change Italy and get the economy back on track.
If Macron thinks there is no immigration crisis in Italy, he should open his doors to the 9,000 migrants France agreed to welcome from Italy in accordance with signed European agreements.
With nice words, we never obtained anything.
We don’t need a strongman. But we need a strong country that is not subordinate to Europe.
Maybe in Luxembourg there’s a need for new immigration, but in Italy, there’s a need to help people have children.
Islamic extremism is the prime enemy of civil society and social peace, both in Italy and in Israel.
Renzi is a pawn. Renzi is a dumb slave at the disposal of nameless people who want to control all of our lives from Brussels.
I want to work for peace, not for war.
Like Trump, I would say that fake news is distributed 24 hours a day.
I don’t have to justify myself every time I go to Israel.
I believe that a limited quantity of immigrants, possibly through an Australian-style program on the basis of work qualifications, can be let in.
I want to highlight that Italy, every year, sends 6 billion euros in cash to Brussels. I cannot give these 6 billion euros to Brussels and then let them damage us on the fronts of agriculture, migration, fishing, commerce and finance. Why am I giving 6 billion to receive nothing in return?
We need to increase deportations.
I will seek to change some of the European treaties and regulations which penalise Italian people.
The catechism says rich nations should welcome strangers within the limits of the possible. In Italy, we have reached the limits of the possible.
Let’s take back our currency; then we can discuss at what conditions we can stay in the E.U.
The national interest is the priority. If not, what’s the point in continuing to give money to the E.U.?
The economic sanctions against Russia are madness, directed against a neighboring and friendly market.
Everyone who votes for us will know that a Northern League government would get rid of the euro and move back to a national currency.
We need a mass cleansing, street by street, piazza by piazza, neighbourhood by neighbourhood.
The biggest problem in Italy is work. And out-of-control immigration damages the labor market because Italians can’t compete with illegal workers who are being exploited. So to restore dignity to work, we must control immigration.
The laws imposed by Brussels damage Italian artisans, traders, pensioners, but hey, Europe is asking, so we have to obey. Come on, if Europe asks me to throw myself in a well, I’m not going to do that just because Europe is asking me to, am I?
Listening to the people, being a minister that goes to the cities, to the squares, to the stations, to the hospitals, for me is a duty and a pleasure.
It is clear that I have to change the European dynamics to create a better place for Italians, French, Austrians, and Spaniards.
I am and I will remain a populist, because those who listen to the people are doing their job, whereas the radical chic who disgust workers are no longer wanted by the people.
Exporting this Western model of democracy in countries that don’t want it or are not ready creates disasters.
Racist means thinking more highly of another, being superior to another. I don’t feel better or superior – white, black, yellow, all the same.
We can’t turn Italy into a refugee camp.
Unfortunately, a certain type of Islam ghettoizes itself and is incompatible with our society. And it amazes me that some within the Catholic hierarchy act as if they do not understand.
Leave the euro? Surely yes.
Centuries of history risk disappearing if Islamization, which up until now has been underestimated, gains the upper hand.
The so-called ‘far right’ defends the working class far more than the left does.
The final objective is not to distribute the migrants among various European countries but to prevent them from entering Europe and from departing from Africa. We need to intervene in Africa. We need to have a Marshall Plan for Africa to improve living conditions in the countries of origin.
People want identity, security, and jobs.
History goes in cycles.
Unfortunately, you need to keep Italian Roma in Italy.
I don’t do my job as minister based on polls.
Who would have thought we would be part of a winning coalition in Molise and Sicily? That we would win in places like Siena, Viterbo, Pisa, and Terni?
Let the French ministers take care of France; we will take care of Italy!
In Italy, there’s the need to help our kids have kids, not to have new slaves to replace the children we’re not having.
We are in Europe, and we want a Europe that does few things and does them well, one that recognizes people’s identities, languages, etc.
An Italy that collects lower taxes, that has well-defined times for the court proceedings, and that has less bureaucracy is good news that reassures the markets.
Soros wants to fill Italy and Europe with migrants.
We are for pension reform, jobs, the flat tax, and justice reforms.