Europe's anxious middle classes moving right, but for how long?
'Is that him? It's the sound of his motorbike escort, I'm sure of it!" The heaving crowd I found myself in under the scorching Sicilian sun late last September was edgy, expectant and oh-so Italian.
Who was the handsome leather-clad biker on a purring Piaggio amid whoops and yells of adulation? No film star or pop idol, I soon discovered, but Alessandro di Battista, a prominent figure in the populist Five Star Movement - an opposition party, but Italy's most talked-about political group.
Mr Di Battista's slogan is not dissimilar to Donald Trump's rallying cry to "put America first". It's a sentiment I've been exposed to increasingly of late while filming a new documentary 'After Brexit: The Battle for Europe'. From Sicily I travelled to Brussels, Paris and Berlin meeting the nationalist anti-establishment leaders taking Europe by storm. The languages may change, but the message does not.