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Right-wing tendency or Europe's awakening?

Parties protecting the cultural identity of their countries are gaining strength in Europe

Right-wing tendency or Europe's awakening?

In Europe, 2019 was the year of an actual awakening from a protracted and forced sleep. During this dream, the liberal establishment, glass-clear represented by the Eurocracy and a number of national leaders in some European capitals, was trying to tell the Europeans a certain paranoid fairytale. Its essence is that the immigration tsunami from the Middle East and Africa is not a human-induced but an objective phenomenon which it is useless to combat and which must therefore be humbly accepted as such.

Numerous elections to national parliaments in Europe have demonstrated that parties rejecting this somnambular delirium are gaining more and more popular support. For this very reason 2019 saw a powerful and successful attack by the liberal establishment against those parties, whom the mainstream press dubbed "right-wingers" or "right-wing populists", reading a highly negative meaning into these definitions. The two objectives of the liberals were to crush the "right" on a national scale and to prevent their preponderance at the pan-European level, namely at the European Parliament elections held in May 2019. And the liberals succeeded. This time out...

The very powerful liberal-globalist forces represented by the European bureaucracy as a whole and primarily the European Commission, which dictates its decisions to all the Europeans – the entire aggregation of individual personalities, financial and industrial circles and political parties that promote their interests has suddenly begun to stir. The liberals have woken up after decades of serene and confident presence on the European political Olympus amidst a pan-European political unanimity. They saw a threat to their supremacy.

This threat came from ordinary Europeans, who set sights on political forces and politicians who do not share liberal "values", with same-sex marriage and a "tolerant" attitude to minorities of every stripe and color, as well as to the influx of immigrants from Africa and the Middle East, standing out. The liberal establishment in Europe has dubbed these politicians "populists" or "right-wingers" (as contextually appropriate), attributing a very negative meaning to these concepts. But who are these "right-wing populists" in actual fact? Generally speaking, these are forces in different European countries that advocate the consolidation of the statehood and national borders, traditional family values, and the preservation of the national, cultural, and spiritual identity of European countries, which is being undermined by the massive influx of immigrants from Africa and the Middle East.

One of the final nails in the European liberals' coffin of anxiety was the May elections to the Spanish Parliament, further to which the Vox party, being defined as "far-right" by the liberal press of Spain and the entire Europe, rushed into the Congress of Deputies. As the El País newspaper wrote, "Spain has ceased to be an outstanding European country without a strong extreme-rightist party in the Parliament." Hence it is clear that in all the European countries' parliaments, the "right-wingers" have taken their robust stand. The success of Vox, like that of similar parties in similar elections in other European countries, results from a many citizens' dissatisfaction with the policies of their governments operating under the auspices of the liberal Eurocracy.

Who are these ideological allies of Vox? Among them are Marine Le Pen's French National Rally, the Italian Five Star Movement and League, Viktor Orban's Hungarian party Fidesz, the German Alternative for Germany party, the Polish ruling party Law and Justice, Geert Wilders' Dutch Freedom Party, Sebastian Kurz's Austrian People's Party and others. All these parties, previously considered marginal and non-systemic, are now an integral part of the new political landscape in Europe and are make much headway. In some countries they are even the ruling ones.

For this very reason, since the beginning of 2019 there has been a growing hype in the Western press ahead of the May elections to the European Parliament. The closer the voting day was, the more actively the thesis was lighting up that a United Europe is threatened with split and collapse and, subsequently, with a fateful-scale tragedy in case the Europeans fail to make the "right choice". And the choice, as followed from these publications, was between those political forces that advocate the above-mentioned liberal "values" of the current united Europe (presented as the "right choice"), and the "right-wingers" or "right-wing populists" (the "wrong choice", respectively since the "right" allegedly seek to destroy Europe in its contemporary form).

Initially, the "right direction" was outlined by billionaire George Soros in his February 11, 2019 article in the Project Syndicate American magazine under the disturbing headline "Europe, Please Wake Up". He stated that the continental eurosceptics, that is the very "right-wing populists", are said to be intending to blow up the EU from within. The world "philanthropist" pointed out that the "next inflection point" for the fate of Europe will be the elections to the European Parliament in May 2019. He pointed out that "the cleavage that matters most today is between pro- and anti-European forces." Soros tried to convince the Europeans that those anti-European forces will destroy Europe once they win.

Soros directly pointed to the main danger of a "civilized" Europe – Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, whose Fidesz party was a member of the European People's Party (EPP), which is part of the European Parliament. And right after Soros' publication of in Project Syndicate, the procedure for excluding the Fidesz party from the EPP had begun. On March 20, an interim decision was made to suspend its membership. Thus, the Fidesz party and Viktor Orban were virtually neutralized in the run-up to the elections to the European Parliament which determines the composition of the European Commission – the EU's governing body.

Why did they attack Fidesz and Orban in the first instance? The fact is that Orban was going to lead a pan-European campaign to restore the traditional conservative policy – anti-migration, anti-multicultural and based on the Christian family pattern. He declared a focus on the policy of preserving the Hungarians' cultural and spiritual identity and strengthening family traditions premised on the Christian religion. Notably, this call applies not to Hungarians alone. Orban called on all the European forces advocating traditional values to break the policy of the European bureaucracy which destroys traditional Europe, and pointed to the May European Parliament elections as a real opportunity to achieve this.

Besides, Orban accused Soros and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker of conspiring to organize the flow of immigrants to Europe and closed all the Soros institutions in Hungary. And this is what the EPP accused Orban of. The entire liberal European press was literally trampled on Orban. As expert with the British Royal Institute of international relations (Chatham House) Matthew Goodwin said, the liberal establishment in Europe drew attention to the emerging alliance between Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic and Austria, which represents a great challenge to the leaders in Brussels, Paris and London.

As a result of the liberal establishment's harsh media and political disinformation campaign and distortion of the "right-wing" parties' true goals, their attempts to unite in the run-up to the European Parliament elections proved futile, at least without the anticipated results. It is not hard to understand that Soros was a decisive influence on the EPP, the European Commission and the European elections, as well as on the entire internal and foreign policy of the European Union. Virtually, Soros and his "warrior host" in the European Commission and the EPP did not let traditionalists and patriots who could unite behind Orban to take power in the EU. And the Hungarian Prime Minister was and remains an actual danger to the implementation of the Soros Open Society doctrine, which is implemented by the European Union and the entire ruling elite in Europe.

The doctrine is based on the idea of erasing state borders, diversity and amalgamation of races, nationalities, cultures and religions in order to hatch a new human being without kith or kin. Plus, all of this is wrapped up in the so-called "gender ideology". It de facto cancels the natural division of people into men and women and puts the male and female gender on a par with many "genders" that are euphemisms for sexual minorities of various colors. The idea of an "open society" is promoted by Soros around the world with painful tenacity. By a strange confluence of circumstances, this idea lies at the heart of the European Union with its current laws and regulations. And those trying to fight this (the so-called "right-wingers") are represented as "public enemies". Like in the famous play by Henrik Ibsen... Nevertheless, Europe has already woken up. And the time seems to be not far off when the true enemies of the European peoples will be named – the liberal globalists.

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