It's here again this year: Pride Month, that used to be Gay Pride but now celebrates "the new man": fluid, androgynous, uprooted, loyal only to the insane ideology of the "woke." We are reminded of this by the rainbow corporate logos, "moralizing" commercials against the traditional family, gender indoctrination sessions in schools, and so on.
This year, we are pleased to note, the Pride's ubiquity is less oppressive. This is not by accident nor does it signal "fatigue" on the part of its promoters. It is the effect of two high-level boycotts that American conservatives recently filed against two companies guilty of embracing and promoting gender ideology: Bud Light and Target. The damage done to these brands has been so extensive that many are now reluctant to take sides too openly, for fear of being next on the list. (By the way: when will we be able to organize in Italy a national, conservative-minded civil society so capable of militant action?)
However, let us not be fooled: it is only a partial tactical retreat. The strategic goal has not changed: to impose the new woke religion on all the Western peoples.
A year ago we launched a proposal from the columns of this blog: to counterpoint LGBTQ Pride Month with a National Pride Month. Thirty days in which to celebrate not our sexual orientations (or paraphilias), of course, but something that truly defines the identity of each of us: our origins. Our ancestors and our history. Our culture and our heroes.
Therefore, for the entire month of June, our logos in social networks will not be the usual yellow-blue nor rainbow-tinted, but will be tricolor: green, white and red. For the entire month of June we will bring you dedicated content, both on the website and on socials, designed to proudly celebrate Italian-ness.
We hope they will be to your liking and that, indeed, you will want to propose more. Celebrating Italianness means celebrating our forefathers. If you have a special memory of one of your ancestors, distinguished for merits towards the nation, or for having fought for Italy, or simply for having built with his hard work this country, we will be happy to receive and spread it.
We want to give back the month of June to all Italians. Or, at least, to those who are proud to be one. Like us.
Founder and President of Centro Studi Machiavelli. Graduated in Historical Sciences (University of Milan) and PhD in Political Studies (Sapienza University), he is professor of "History and doctrine of jihadism" and "Geopolitics of the Middle East" at Cusano University. From 2018 to 2019 he was Special Advisor on Immigration and Terrorism to the Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs Guglielmo Picchi. His latest book (as editor) is Topicality of sovereignism. Between pandemic and war.