Historic elections see right-wing ascend across Europe πŸ‘€
Β· Jun 10, 2024 Β· NottheBee.com

Elections were held throughout the EU over the weekend and the results show that Europe may be finally waking up to their cultural suicide.

Elections in France, Belgium, Italy, and Ireland saw a huge turnout for anti-mass-immigration, conservative leaders. Belgium's PM resigned; France's PM dissolved parliament in a bid to force an election (to try and cling to power).

Truly historic. A shift in the 80-100 year status quo of post-Christian, quasi-Marxist Europe and its dreams of global leftist utopia.

Anti-immigration parties saw historic wins in many European countries, so let's check out some of the races.

Here's a pretty good summary.

Now, if you're like most Americans, you have to be asking yourself, "What does all of this mean?" You've never heard of these parties and all you have to go on is the reactions of the mainstream media and conservative commentators.

I'll clue you in. The fake news media is always going to freak out and overreact. And the conservative media has a tendency to overreact in the opposite direction.

HOWEVER, many of these elections were truly historic sea changes for Europe.

In Dublin, Ireland, they're rejecting mass migration:

Right-wingers made tremendous strides in Belgium and their globalist leader resigned on Sunday.

Despite polls predicting that the far-right, anti-immigration Vlaams Belang party would become the main political force in the country with 11.5 million inhabitants, the right-wing nationalist New Flemish Alliance (N-VA) retained its first spot, with an expected 22% of the votes, according to provisional results provided by the Interior ministry.

The Vlaams Belang came in second position, with a share of 17.5%, ahead of the Socialist Voruit party, which garnered about 10.5% of the votes.

De Croo's party managed less than 7% of the votes, lagging well behind the far-left.

The two right-wing parties finished on top, and the more "moderate" left-wingers were crushed. In a parliamentary system, this means that a new government has to be formed from the majority party.

Long and short: conservatives and nationalists are in control.

Now let's turn to France.

"Far-right" means parties that oppose mass migration, because they see the crime and disunity it brings to the nation, and it also means people who love their country and family and are not on board with globalists.

France, on the brink, seems to be rejecting this.

That leads us to French President Emmanuel Macron.

Yes, Macron's party was soundly SMACKED over the weekend, so he has called for a snap election in an attempt to maintain his power.

β€˜I've decided to give you back the choice of our parliamentary future through the vote. I am therefore dissolving the National Assembly,' the French president said in an address to the nation.

β€˜France needs a clear majority in serenity and harmony. To be French, at heart, it is about choosing to write history, not be driven by it,' he said.

The first round of the legislative election will be held on June 30, with the second round scheduled for July 7.

For context, this election was supposed to be held in 2027. Macron is taking a desperate gamble here that may result in even further losses for the leftists in France.

  • Macron's decision to call a snap parliamentary vote comes after the right-wing National Rally (RN) party won around 31% of the vote in Sunday's European Parliament election.

  • That was more than double the 14.6% seen for Macron's pro-European and centrist Renaissance Party and its allies.

  • France's CAC 40 slumped 1.8% in the early hours of trading Monday morning with French banks trading sharply lower.

Guys. There's no understating it here. This is huge. It could change the face of Europe.

And it's not just France and Belgium, as referenced above, but those two nations did see the most dramatic shift, and the leaders of those countries either resigned or went into full panic mode.

Is it just me, or does this echo 2016?

If you'll recall, in 2016 Brexit happened. Brexit was radical and a "far-right" movement that NO ONE thought was going to happen. But it did. Then, later that year, you had Donald Trump, a candidate that NO expert thought could win, pull an upset against the anointed one, Hillary.

History doesn't repeat, but it does rhyme.

Could we be seeing a similar pushback against globalism, mass migration, wokeness, and leftism as we saw 8 years ago? And could Donald Trump pull off the upset of a lifetime once more?

Given the signs of the times in Europe, I'd be on watch for November in America.

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