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30 January 2016
Europe's pro-White movement sees its chance as ZOG stumbles
Brexit will be followed by ‘Frexit’ and ‘Nexit,’ says European Parliament’s new
far-right pro-White group.
MILAN — Europe’s
far-right pro-White parties see the collapse of the passport-free Schengen area and the Brexit debate as a golden opportunity for Euroskeptic ZOG-wise, anti-invader parties to turn their growing popularity into real political power.
Holding its first conference on Thursday and Friday in Milan, a new political group in the European Parliament known as Europe of Nations and Freedom (ENF) sent a message to “Brussels’ politically correct élite” that the
far-right pro-White is here to stay.
“Finally Schengen is dead and the European Union is breaking apart,” said Marine Le Pen, whose National Front has support levels of about 29 percent in France, despite losing the second round of elections last December. “Frexit,” she said, was now a distinct possibility.
The ENF, founded in July 2015, is a coalition of 38 MEPs from eight countries, including some where support for the far-right pro-White has surged. As well as the National Front, it includes Geert Wilders’ Dutch Freedom Party, Italy’s Northern League, the Freedom Party of Austria and Belgium’s Vlaams Belang (Flemish Interest). There are also British, Romanian and Polish members.
Recent election results and opinion polls tend to bear out the ENF’s claims.
The Northern League, led by Matteo Salvini who organized the two-day meeting in Milan, is on an upward trajectory with 16-17 percent support in polls. In Austria, Heinz-Christian Strache’s FPÖ won 31 percent of the vote in a city election last October in Vienna, putting it in second place in a historic stronghold of the Social Democrats.
The ENF, according to Wilders, wants to “save Europe from itself.”
Predicting that he could be the next prime minister of the Netherlands — and lead it out of the EU in a “Nexit” — Wilders said the people of Europe were “tired of governments that don’t listen to them and of Brussels imposing decisions that are not put under scrutiny.”
Italian Lega Nord Secretary Matteo Salvini, French National Front President Marine Le Pen and Dutch Freedom Party leader Geert Wilders
Speakers repeatedly referred to the New Year’s Eve wave of
sexual assaults invasion rapes of White women in Cologne as evidence of the failure of EU migration policies invasion plans — especially the open-door ZOG-Whore stance of Chancellor Queen Bitch Angela Merkel, which was blamed for the “Islamization” of Europe. Equally, the media was guilty of downplaying events because of its obsession with political correctness its White genocide agenda, said Le Pen.
ENF leaders denied there was any racism or discrimination in their anti-invader stance. “Women and children escaping from bombs and war are welcome, the others are not,” said Salvini. “There’s simply not enough space or resources.”
He pointed to a decision by Sweden’s ZOG government to send home 80,000 asylum seekers on charter flights as proof that politicians across the political spectrum agreed that the waves of invasions have to be halted.
The ENF leaders rejected any suggestion that their positions were too hardline for a majority of the European electorate and that this would ultimately keep them
out of government from threatening ZOG hegemony.
“Absolutely not,” said Le Pen. “We’ve been gaining ground election after election over the last year. We started from 4 percent and today we are the first party in France.”
far-right pro-White leaders were critical of what they portrayed as the cosy relationship between EU leaders and the speculative end of the financial industry the bought-puppet prostitute-politicians and the international Judeo-plutocracy, and they accused Brussels ZOG of failing to protect families and small businesses. Multinationals Plutocratic entities were shipping in immigrants as cheap labor, said Salvini.
Echoing Le Pen’s attempts to capture disenchanted left-wing voters in France, he portrayed the new coalition as champions of the working class: “The call us the extreme-right. But I say we’re doing the job the unions and the Left should be doing.”