Armstrong Economics Blog/Civil Unrest re-Posted Oct 27, 2020 by Martin Armstrong
Posted Oct 27, 2020 by Martin Armstrong
The riots in Rome have become intense. You would reason that any elected politician would think twice about imposing lockdowns after destroying an unbelievable number of jobs and small businesses that are vital in Italy and also counted on tourism which is non-existent anymore. Something is just not right. This is not the way elected governments have acted in the past.
A word from inside sources in Rome suggests that the governments in Europe are concerned about what happens if Trump wins. They are concerned that he is being viewed as a man of the people in contrast to the extreme draconian actions in Europe. A Trump victory, they fear, may inspire Europeans to demand freedom.