Category: EUROPE

Leading Hungary since 2010

Viktor Orbán, Rebel with a Cause!

A rebel and a visionary, Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban has done battle with immigration-crazy globalists like Germany’s Angela Merkel and George Soros.
And now the 55-year-old right-wing hero has taken a lead role in turning the tide of uncontrolled Muslim immigration.

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Europe torn apart

Europe’s new import: The Third World

"If we import the third world, we get third world problems,” said British independent MEP Janice Atkinson.
“Our failed open door migration policies have let people in whose backgrounds were not rigorously checked and when we do charge them with crimes we are not allowed to deport them."

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Europe’s Migrant madness

Europe is not responsible for Merkel’s madness!

“Why aren’t neighbouring countries, some of them the richest in the world, taking in the majority Muslim migrants and why is it being called a ‘European problem?’ asks Polish MP Dominik Tarczyński.
Europe is not responsible for “Merkel’s madness.”

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Seven countries and growing, to oppose EU immigration policy

Heroes of Europe’s right form bloc to stop immigration chaos and violence

Leaders of seven European countries who refuse to be part of the EU mass immigration madness have banded together to form their own United Right Of Europe. They are united in their battle against the likes of Merkel and Macron and the globalist elite European Commission.

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Mesdames et messieurs, the next President of France!



Marine Le Pen is the de facto leader of the populist movement in Europe, said the former senior advisor to President Trump.

“If she is nominated by her party and leads a good campaign” she will be the next President of France, said Steve Bannon, the guy who played a huge role in Trump’s shock victory over Establishment hack Hillary Clinton.

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“Marine Le Pen is one of the most important political figures on the international scene,” Bannon said in an interview with conservative weekly magazine Valeurs Actuelles.

“The attacks she has to face from the media are so personal, so brutal, that you really have to have a leather skin,” said the former executive chairman of Breitbart News. “She seemed almost unshakable, she is totally focused on her mission.”4A1190B800000578-5485727-image-a-1_1520721069992

Bannon got a hero’s welcome last week when he gave a speech to a congress of Le Pen’s party, Le Front National, in which he declared that “history is on our side.”

The anti-immigration party, in an attempt to escape its inglorious past, was later rebranded at the conference as the Rassemblement National — National Rally.

Marine Le Pen took over the leadership from her father seven years ago and built up a substantial grassroots following, with the party making gains in all regional elections, and winning seats in the French parliament in last year’s national election.

Merkel’s “poison” is the right’s elixir

“POISON” — that’s how German Chancellor Angela Merkel describes the rise of right-wing populism in Europe.

And she is determined to get it “under control,” she told fellow globalists in Davos, Switzerland, where 1,000 private jets flew in world leaders for their elitist and offensive annual love fest.

220px-Alternative-fuer-Deutschland-Logo-2013.svgMerkel is still bent out of shape that Germany’s far-right AfD party won its first parliamentary seats in the German election, which left Merkel struggling to form a government.

The new dominance of the AfD in Germany came after the right wing made gains  in the Netherlands and France, where Freedom Parties led by Geert Wilders and Marine Le Pen now have significant power in parliament.

PICTURED (left to right): Geert Wilders, Netherlands; Marine Le Pen, France; Sebastian Kurz and Heinz-Christian Strache, Austria.

Those gains were followed in Austria where rightists Sebastian Kurz and Heinz-Christian Strache formed a government.

Additionally, the far-right gained votes in the Czech Republic, strengthening the right in Europe, where Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Bulgaria already have right-wing populist leaders in office.

PICTURED {from top, left to right): Anrej Babiš, Czech Republic; Beata Szydło, Poland; Robert Fico, Slovakia; Victor Orbán, Hungary; Boyco Borisov, Bulgaria. All tell Merkel to butt out of their countries.

But Merkel the Jerkel just doesn’t get it.

“We believe that isolationism won’t take us forward,” she told the forum of wealthy wankers. “We believe that we must cooperate, that protectionism is not the correct answer.”

Merkel’s “We” sure as hell doesn’t include President Trump, who will arrive in Davos on Thursday to irritate his foes by selling his ‘America First’ policies.