It seems that people power is on the march in
Europe, the reason for this lies in the failure of the
current political elite to act in the best interests of the people. People in
Europe have stopped listening to the very people who have brought Europe to the brink, they have found new voices. As one
commentator aptly put it now is the ‘autumn of Europe's
In many ways, you say that Brexit was a response to the damage that has been self inflicted in Europe as a result of the migrant crisis, but that would be too short term, the destruction of
began long before this event was thrust into the public domain.
The migrant crisis has destroyed social cohesion in
Due to the aftermath caused by Merkel’s stupidity, there is now a strong anti-immigration stance which is growing right across the continent which continues to grow and flourish and develop. In places like
Austria, we see
people forming groups such as the Identitarian Movement led by people like
When this group was formed in
Austria, they talked about the ‘great
replacement’, the Identitarian Movement represents an entirely new phenomenon
in contemporary European radical right. They have gained visible support both
outside anti-system movements typically referred to as protest movements. Simply
put, the Identitarian Movement represents a stream whose aim is to draw
attention to the threat of the Islamization of Europe. These people seek to renew
the identity of European nations which is why each Identitarian Movement
differs from other in European countries.
this movement has found roots:
These groups are getting more organised, which in part is a response to people like Antifa which use violent protest for political ends. If you listen to the guy in this video, he talks openly about breaking the law.
the Identitarian Movement held a meeting in a pub:
Europe, we are seeing people
willing to vote for an anti-immigration Eurosceptic billionaire who apparently
is set to be the new Czech PM. What this signifies is that across Europe, voters
are rejecting everything the EU in Brussels
stands for. The stranglehold of their politics is slowing coming apart. You can’t
have missed the recent election results in Germany and
which have seen a surge in support for far-Right nationalist and Eurosceptic
parties. I said to an Austrian that the last Dutch, French and Austrian
elections it wasn’t the time for the ‘alt right’ to win power, they weren’t
organised and the timing was wrong.
I proved to be right.
It is now the turn of the tiny
Republic to rail against Brussels, the Czechs have
been at the forefront of dealing with the migrant crisis. I said that we might
see Europe on the road to civil war if manners
aren’t taken in hand.
If the ‘Czech Donald Trump’ whose real name is Andrej Babis gets in it is a continuation of the work of Viktor Obron, his party is bluntly named Action for Dissatisfied Citizens, although not catchy it is effective. In the election, he won 29.6 per cent of the vote which translates to 78 out of 200 seats in the lower house, firmly shifting his nation to the Right. The political elite view him as a danger to democracy because of his authoritarian leadership style but we are living in dangerous times, and we have seen how the ‘myth of democracy’ has been used for the personal agendas of political parties and individuals for their own self interest.
The EU; a self serving elite is losing support from member states, this is good news, members must reclaim the sovereignty, this is a key issue for other EU member states which cannot go unchecked. We have a smug Euro-elite out of touch with the people they represent, one in five of whom earn over £100k a year, shop in private supermarkets, and have other perks which are quite frankly obscene.
In September, Germany’s Angela Merkel had a bad election which saw her emerged weakened and put a far-Right, nationalist party, the Alternative for Germany (AfD), into the Bundestag for the first time.
This is history, because it is an expression of direct democracy, people power against the 'establishment’, we have many angry people in Germany who are frustrated with the euro project, now getting a proper return for their savings, continual bailouts for countries such as Greece. You add in the migration issue and terrorism and you can see why Merkel is still struggling to form a coalition.
Angela Merkel’s time has come and gone, she is in the way of a new
Europe where economic security for it’s
citizens will be a dominating feature along with national security.
Finally, Sebastian Kurz of the Austrian People’s Party is poised to form a coalition with the far-right Freedom Party. Although coalitions are nothing new in politics, some of the members of that party campaign wearing the insignia of a blue cornflower, the secret symbol associated with the Nazi Party.
It seems we are heading towards uncharted waters, when will the EU fail, who can say but change will certainly have to happen in this organisation which is looking increasingly like the new Politburo.
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