“Yo soy Giorgia”: Meloni re-proposes her catchphrase in Spanish | VIDEO
“Yo soy Giorgia, soy una mujer, soy una madre, soy cristiano”: this is how Meloni reproposed her catchphrase in Spanish, which went viral on the web following a speech given by the leader of Fratelli d’Italia during a demonstration of the center-right in 2019, and which subsequently became the title of his biography.
The translation of the catchphrase took place on Sunday 10 October during the congress of the Spanish far-right nationalist party Vox, which was held in Madrid.
Going on stage as the guest of honor, the leader of the Brothers of Italy harangued the crowd by declaring: “Our identity is under attack, but we will not allow it”.
Repeating, then, the famous speech, “I am Giorgia, I am a woman, I am Italian, I am Christian and no one can take all this away from me”, but this time in Spanish.
Also on this occasion the video of the Spanish smash hit quickly became viral on the web and in a few hours it made the rounds of social media.