Like the recent Aussie and UK elections demonstrated, the people are taking back their countries from the totalitarian left. The enemedia is working feverishly to make nationalism a dirty word. Europe took away all the wrong lessons from World War II. “The lesson they took away from that is in insidious because the lesson that Europe had decided to avail itself to in the aftermath of Auschwitz is not that evil is bad and they behaved like monsters but rather that everything was caused by nationalism and therefore what we really need to do is have a European Union that will obviate our need for nationalism so that we can become this transnational gobbledygook and we’ll all get together and therefore we won’t have another Auschwitz. But really the lesson should have been “we were evil and we have to be good and that is the lesson that we have to learn and that we have to be able and willing to make moral distinctions and stand for the good and fight evil”; and that’s something that the Europeans refuse to do.” Caroline Glick in an interview I did with her years ago.
How many bombs have to go off? How many girls raped? How many child victims of tens of thousands of Muslim child sex trafficking gangs? How many freedoms abridged? How much more do the elites think the people are going to take?
Le Pen beats Macron in France as nationalists gain in EU vote
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Marine Le Pen’s far-right party edged just ahead of the centrist alliance of President Emmanuel Macron in exit polls as French voters led what pollsters expected to be a nationalist surge in an EU parliament election on Sunday.
The defeat for the president was narrow amid a sharply increased turnout that was matched across the continent in what Brussels is portraying as a positive sign, in spite of gains for anti-EU groups.
Le Pen’s National Rally would get just one more seat than Macron’s En Marche, with 24 of France’s 74 in the European Parliament, the exit poll showed.
But it was a bitter blow for those who hope the French leader can inspire Europeans to embrace the Union as an answer rather than as part of the problem in the face of social change that has bewildered and frustrated some voters.
Macron’s office immediately put out a statement calling the performance — 22.5% for En Marche against 24.3% for the party of the woman he beat to the presidency — disappointing but no disaster. And it noted that pro-EU parties were in the majority.
The French Greens also did well, coming third in a crowded field, to add to the dazzling second place of their German counterparts, lending further credibility to expectations of a “green wave” that will influence policy in the coming years.
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