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  • Guy de Michêl 10:07 am on September 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Swedish voters show they’ve had enough of migrant violence and rape! 

    Anti-immigration rightists make huge gains in Sunday’s elections

    Swedes give new power to rightists

    POWER TO THE PEOPLE. Anti-immigration right wing leader Jimmie Akesson.

    Leftists suffer worst election result in a century!

    Sweden’s ultra-liberal immigration policy — and the nonstop violence it spawns — received a huge smackdown by voters on Sunday.

    The nationalist party, led by Jimmie Akesson, now becomes a powerful voice in the government.

    The current ruling liberal party of Prime Minister Stefan Loefven, and the center-right Moderate party, did not receive enough votes to form a majority government.

    Stefan Loefven

    PM Stefan Loefven took a beating.

    It remains to be decided how the government will be formed. But Akesson’s party, which has a neo-Nazi background and which Loefven branded as “racist” is now in a powerful position.

    The right wing ascension in Sweden follows recent populist victories in Italy, where Matteo Salvini is the new nationalist champion; Hungary, where tough guy Viktor Orbán vows to preserve his country’s Christian soul; the Czech Republic of Andrej Babiš; and Austria, where Sebastian Kurz has clamped down on unwanted and crime-ridden immigration.

    — Guy de Michêl

    Sweden Democrats tap into immigration fears


    Sweden Democrats slogan

    Swedes First! Keep Sweden Swedish!

  • Guy de Michêl 2:04 pm on August 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Czech’s Babiš: No Africans! 


    We don’t want African migrants. They don’t want to work. They only want to get welfare!”

    Sweeping political correctness aside, Czech Republic Prime Minister Andrej Babiš doesn’t hold back in TV interview.

    The Czech immigration policy is to import workers the country needs, and not those that the European Union’s disastrous ‘multiculturalism’ policy tries to impose.

    The TV presenter thinks she has exposed Babiš as racist when he adamantly rejects bringing in migrants from “black Africa.” But Babiš is not swayed by her politically correct mindset.

    — With notes from Laura Cat, Voice of Europe


    • Marshall Lentini 5:48 am on August 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      White women are completely detached from reality.

  • Guy de Michêl 3:12 pm on July 31, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Andrej Babis, , Mariusz Blaszczak, Mateusz Morawiecki, , Peter Pellegrini, ,   

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

    Vows to end Immigration


    Merkel, Macron and the elitist European Union, watch out, that’s quite a large chunk of Europe — and it’s growing.

    By Guy de Michêl

    The rightist leaders of seven European countries have joined forces to fight the mass immigration madness and violence spawned by the dangerously liberal European Commission.

    Together these seven nations  — Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Austria and Italy — form their own European Union, which I will call the United Right of Europe.

    They are united in a common cause to take on the likes of Germany’s Angela Merkel, who opened the borders in 2015 and unleashed the flood of migrant hell, and France’s Emmanuel Macron, who called nationalism a “plague” and said EU countries that refuse to accept refugees should be fined.

    The nationalistic leaders, like America’s President Trump, put their countries and their citizens first over the globalist system of unchecked immigration, and the resultant social chaos and uncontrollable crime and violence.

    Prime Ministers of the people: Viktor Orbán of Hungary; Andrej Babis of the Czech Republic; Mateusz Morawiecki of Poland; and Peter Pellegrini of Slovakia.

    They were joined last month by Italy’s right-wing champion Matteo Salvini (below, left) and Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz. And now we can add Slovenia.

    Slovenia, the birthplace of Melanija Knavs — better known as Melania Trump — has elected the anti-immigration party of veteran right-wing leader Janez Jansa, 59, who said he will now form a government “for the good of all our citizens” and to ensure a “safe Slovenia.”

    Slovenia was a key transit route for migrants and refugees trying to reach northern European states during the beginning of the European refugee crisis in 2015.


    Janez Jansa

    The European elite is visibly nervous,” Hungary’s Orbán said in an interview with the German tabloid Bild.

    “Their goal to transform Europe into an era when nations disappear, and it is our elementary interest to stop this transformation.”

    Europe’s Migrant madness

    “If we want to save lives we must stop people at the southern shores of the Mediterranean Sea to prevent them from setting off on their hopeless journey,” Orban said. “Every single migrant who has been rescued must return to Africa. This is the only way to prevent a great number of deaths occurring at sea.”

    Change will come, Orbán added, as the days of the current EU executive are numbered. Its mandate expires next May and the new EU leadership should punish those who let millions of migrants into Europe.

    Europe torn apart


    Italian Interior Minister Salvini recently rejected an EU offer to pay Italy €6,000 for every new migrant they take.

    “If they want to give money to someone else they can do so,” Salvini said. “Italy does not need charity handouts.”

    Salvini added that the offer is an insult since each asylum seeker in the long run costs between €40,000 and €50,000 in housing and social assistance.

    Hungary and Poland also have consistently refused to take in refugees and illegal immigrants.


    Mariusz Blaszczak

    Polish Interior Minister Mariusz Błaszczak said his government will never submit to the EU’s dictatorial migrant quota demands.

    “We mustn’t forget the terror attacks that have taken place in Western Europe,” he said, “and how, in the bigger EU countries, these are unfortunately now a fact of life.”

    That fact of life will end if leaders of the new United Right of Europe succeed in their fight to stop the insane policy of unchecked immigration and the crime, violence and terror attacks that inevitably follow.

  • Guy de Michêl 2:05 pm on October 21, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Czech Republic’s ‘Donald Trump’ annihilates the left 


    The right wing continues its march across Europe with billionaire Babiš victory

    Populist businessman Andrej Babiš dealt a devastating blow to the European Union Saturday with a clear win in the Czech Republic’s national elections.


    President Trump is pleased.

    Hailed as the country’s Donald Trump, the 63-year-old former finance minister will be the central European nation’s next Prime Minister.

    The leader of the ANO [YES] party has used his $4 billion wealth to head a populist crusade to upend the Establishment and change the face of Czech politics.

    His party was created in 2011 to fight government corruption, but has since has expanded its platform to oppose mass immigration, European Union federalism, and the Euro currency.Unknown

    Babis’ stunning victory installs him as the leader of the largest party without needing the support of the Social Democrat party under which he served.

    The Czech election result comes on the heels of the spectacular right-wing victory in Austria that saw Sebastian Kurz, 31, installed as Chancellor, making him the world’s youngest political leader.

    images-1With the right advancing across Europe, Germany’s Merkel and France’s Emmanuel Macron stand out as incongruous Establishment elitist liberals who continue to support mass immigration and globalism despite the strengthening wave of nationalism sweeping the continent.

    Babiš has been an outspoken critic of the European Union’s dictatorial policy of forcing member countries to take in specified quotas of migrants, refugees and so-called asylum seekers despite the spike in violent crime and terrorism.

    “We have to fight for what our ancestors built here,” he has said. “If there will be more Muslims than Belgians in Brussels, that’s their problem. I don’t want that here. They won’t be telling us who should live here.”

    To which Czech voters responded this weekend with a resounding ballot-box Bravo!

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