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All Right There Everyone Whats Really Behind The European
spring in the era of revolt that’s what we talking about on today?’s video Brendan O’neill over at Spike.com has a really great article on what he and others are calling the European spring that I wanted to share with you. I’ll make sure to link it below for your reference, but I think it provides a very good overview very good perspective on what we’ve witnessed in 2018 and what we’ll continue to witness throughout the new year, particularly in Europe. O’neill begins with the observing the offsided and frankly mindless quip that this rise of nationalist populism in Europe means that the fascist era of the 1930s is making a comeback everyone from the Archbishop of Canterbury to far left Pundits and Eurocrats and by the way given the state of the Anglican Church right now there really isn’t. A dime worth the difference between those two, but nevertheless, we’re hearing virtually everywhere today on social media print media that racism, xenophobia hatred bigotry, potentially even the militaristic savagery that marked the 1930s is making a comeback in contemporary Europe and O’neill rightly notes that this assertion is utterly absurd.
He Calls The Fascist Label The Quote
dumbest platitude of our time and it’s not just Europe. You’ll get a kick out of this while I was doing some research on the whole notion of fascism. I was using a university library database and my search for the keyword Fascism elicited as its first option. Fascism and Donald Trump that’s what our universities have been reduced to the simpleton reductionist worldview that can’t think past their name-calling fascist refrain which is the new f-bomb in contemporary politics right what O’neill is perfectly right mocking this sentiment that the European. Some kind of neo–fascist makeover, and that’s because the growing number of scholars who’ve been studying the rise of the contemporary nationalist right or what’s often referred to as the far-right radical right in Europe have in fact formed a consensus opinion that such parties are emphatically not fascist but represent rather a new chapter in the history of conservative right-wing politics again make sure you get that the consensus among scholars who study the rise of the nationalist right in Europe is that these movements going on now have literally nothing to do with 20th-century fascism nothing in contrast, as far as O’neill is concerned and i think he’s right.
These Growing Nationalist Populist Sentiments And Movements Have
much more in common with the 1840s than they do with the 1930s 1930s was all about imperialism The 1930s was all about who was going to rule the world. Be fascism was it could be communism Was it could be Western democracy. It was a thoroughly imperial period and in many respects. The beginnings of globalism. The 1840s, by contrast, was a decorated decade that was characterized by a massive uprising among Europeans across the continent who wanted to replace the establishment elite to the Habsburg Empire with independent nation states and as O’neill notes in the midst of all this 1848 is often referred to as the Spring of Nations and O’neill notes that 2018 it feels very much like the 1840s all over again particularly we look at the yellow vest uprising.
You Have The Supposed King Of The
neo-monarchical order of technocratic globalism. Emmanuel Macron, the default King of France and the new Holy Roman Emperor and he’s sitting up in his palace completely aloof to the concerns of the people let them drive Teslas as. Commentator noted his attitude to be and interestingly. It was France’s February Revolution of 1848 that many ways sparked a wave of revolutions throughout Europe. Similarly, we’re seeing yellow vest uprisings in Portugal, Belgium, the Netherlands Britain not to mention Canada and even Taiwan and o’neal notes that the Italian election and the rise of Matteo Savini’s Italian league was perhaps the key European event of 2018 since it officially brought the nationalist populist revolt into the heart of western Europe, followed by the alternative for Germany.
Winning Elections In All Of Germany,S, 16
states and the Sweden Democrats best electoral showing today and when we really take a step back and seek to best understand the significance of what’s happening in Europe. O’neil comes out and says that we are indeed living in the midst of what he’s calling an era of revolt All across Europe people are calling. Into question the dominant political, moral and cultural order make no mistake the data is in and we now have we can very safely conclude that these are emphatically not mere economic revolts. Economics is certainly a part of it, but we can’t reduce the uprising in Europe to mere economic concerns that would be missing the wider picture of what’s really going on here make no mistake. This is a very real very massive wide-ranging evol revolt against the moral cultural political norms of the elites of the 21st century Europe.
Dissatisfaction Of The Economy Is But One
of a number of grievances that a growing number of Europeans have with the technocratic and aristocratic elite that so dismissively and autonomously rule over them and this is nothing short of a cultural revolution or perhaps a better a counter-cultural revolution one that is once again storming the gates of. Ruling elite that think they really do know better when it comes to governing the affairs of the European continent. O’neill notes that this is the kind of banter you heard leading up to the Brexit vote. I don’t know if you remember, but then Prime Minister David Cameron, who campaigned vigorously against Brexit and who resigned in protest of its passage. He actually claimed that Brexit if it pass it might trigger world War Three of all things of course who could forget the litany of London’s economic elite, claiming that the passage of Brexit would initiate an economic armageddon.
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Even President U.
s President Barack Obama stuck himself into the midst of all things claiming that there would be dire consequences if Brexit succeeded, but despite all of this dismissive Slander. Brexit was actually supported by a broad and diverse coalition of voters, among which we could we have. Affluent voters? We have one in three black voters and ethnic minority voters almost half of 25 49-year olds, one in two women, 40 percent of voters in the greater London area. Brexit appealed to white pensioners in England‘s declining Seaside towns, but it also won majority support in highly ethnically diverse areas like Birmingham and Slal and these people hardly made a rash decision influenced by all the supposed misinformation going on out there.
Britains National Center For Social Research
found that over 50 of Britain’s population supported leaving the Eu or at least radically altering it for the last 20 years. This was not an 11th hour decision. People have been unhappy with the Eu long before the 2008 financial crisis, long before the 2015 immigration crisis. If anything these were just straws that broke the proverbial camels back. Brexit Brexit was decades in the making which of course is a truth that’s it’s just rather uncomfortable for liberal elites to hear the fact of the matter is that this massive counter-cultural revolution has a thoroughly legitimate set of grievances that the Eurocratic elite simply won’t address.
For Example, Tens Of Millions Of Europeans
question the way in which elites have grown insulated from the lies of the concerns of ordinary people. They question the erosion of the nation-state and the national economic and cultural securities that the nation-state has historically provided. They questioned the capacity of nations to absorb absolutely unprecedented and unparalleled immigration rates. They question the necessity of shipping manufacturing overseas to third world nations and the rising economic inequalities between workers and corporate executives.
They Question The Whole Notion Of
cosmopolitan and liberal lifestyle values that are given preference over traditionalists and historic cultural norms, and they really really want to know just how on earth tens of millions of Muslims from northern Africa and the Middle East can be effectively assimilated into European life. All of these grievances are thoroughly legitimate and to simply respond that they’re coming from a bunch of thugs which Macron did originally. You’ll remember or to say that the answers to these questions are just too complicated. You won’t understand or even worse to just say that they’re all coming from racist, xenophobic and tolerant sentiments, which Macron has also done this just serves to strengthen intensify and enlarge the nationalist populous uprising.
So Oneill Sees The Success Of
this European spring as virtually inevitable and it is a success that will ultimately be led by the nationalist right the left. has completely disqualified itself either by siding with the globalist elite on the one hand or by trying to reduce the European uprising to mere economic concerns, leaving the whole problems of immigration and cultural identity completely unaddressed. European spring will be the nationalist populist traditionalist spring When the winter of technocratic globalism will finally melt before the rising spring tide of a new conservative age as always please like comment and subscribe clicking on our patreon subscribe to our paypal links below and become a monthly supporter of this channel and help us to continue to analyze current events in light of awesome conservative trends, so that you can personally and professionally flourish God bless.
Brendan O’neill over at Spike.com has a really great article on what he and others are calling the European spring that I wanted to share with you . He calls the fascist label the quote dumbest platitude of our time and it’s not just Europe. It’s the new f-bomb in contemporary politics. Fascism and Donald Trump that’s what our universities have been reduced to the simpleton reductionist worldview that can’t think past their name-calling fascist refrain. The rise of nationalist populism in Europe means that the fascist era of the 1930s is making a comeback everyone from the Archbishop of Canterbury to far left Pundits and Eurocrats. There really isn’t a dime worth the difference between those two, but nevertheless, we’re hearing virtually everywhere today on social media print media that racism, xenophobia hatred bigotry, potentially even the militaristic savagery that marked the . 1930s are being made a comeback in contemporary Europe. The European spring is what we…. Click here to read more and watch the full video