Granddaughter Mussolini was offended by a picture of Jim Carrey on the death of her grandfather

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The MEP Alessandra Mussolini, granddaughter of the founder of Italian fascism, Benito Mussolini, was indignant over the publication of actor Jim Carrey on Twitter.

Canadian-American actor posted the post, which condemned the regime of the dictator. “If you want to know where is fascism, just ask Benito Mussolini,” wrote Kerry.

His post, he was accompanied by his own drawing, which shows suspended upside down, a man and a woman. The image refers to the unfortunate history of the flight of the dictator and his mistress Petacci. At the end of the Second world war they were shot by Italian partisans, and then their bodies hung in the square in Milan.

In response to the entry of the granddaughter of Mussolini suggested a few ideas for the next drawings associated with the aggressive actions of the USA on the world stage. In her opinion, the actor should draw a nuclear explosion in Hiroshima and Nagasaki and abuse of the white population over the black slave. In addition, she advised Kerry to portray native Americans who were destroyed by European settlers, and Vietnamese children fleeing from the bombing with the use of Napalm.

“Don’t worry about political attacks poor Jim Carrey, whose pictures is just dirty paper,” she said. The actor has not commented on the responses of Mussolini.

Alessandra Mussolini, the far-right politician, member of the Italian and European parliaments, the founder of the neo-fascist party. She spent over a year fighting to three of her children were allowed to bear the name of Mussolini. The politician has repeatedly said that he was proud of his famous relative, but argued that in this case defended not so much after his grandfather, how much their rights as women.

Her father, Romano Mussolini, third son of the Italian dictator died in 2006.

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