Guy de Michêl: It’s the People First as Brexit Revolution Drives Freedom on Both Sides of the Atlantic

“Yesterday a new America, today a new Europe.”

Guy de Michêl: 49th Parallel North News – “The people of the West are awakening. They are throwing off the yoke of political correctness,” said Geert Wilders, the leader of the Dutch Freedom Party.  “This will be the year of the people, of liberation, the year of the patriotic spring.”

images-22Wilders spoke at an “alternative European summit” that brought together for the first time Wilders, Marine Le Pen of France’s Front National, and Frauke Petry, the leader of the Alternative for Germany party.

The Freedom Party is leading in polls in the Netherlands ahead of March’s elections. Le Pen is ahead of her two rivals, François Fillon and Emmanuel Macron in French election polling.

Le Pen praised Brexit and the election of Donald Trump as she met with the leaders of Europe’s hard-Right in Germany on Saturday to forge what they hope will be a new continent-wide movement.

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9 Responses to Guy de Michêl: It’s the People First as Brexit Revolution Drives Freedom on Both Sides of the Atlantic

  1. When I was a young student we used to study countries of the world and their chief exports. Does anyone want to hazard a guess as to what the chief exports from Europe will be once these new leaders take over?

  2. vonMesser says:

    I am most interested in seeing what AfD and FN do in the next elections.

  3. SafeSpace says:

    Is it too late for Sweden, Nowray and Germany to “throw off the yoke”? All three nations have already let the entire camel into the tent — nose, scrotum, arse and all. And oddly, no Arab nation wants their camels back. I wonder why….

  4. Hardnox says:

    The Brits might still have a chance to fix this. The rest of the continent is screwed unless their men grow some balls.

    I applaud their sentiments but where was this attitude before? It’s akin to a house being half burned down and the fire department then showing up.

    The $64 questions is: do they have the will to do what is obvious? I doubt it.

    • GruntOfMonteCristo says:

      Excellent point. And, truthfully, their house is burnt down far more than ours is. But we let ours get pretty darned crispy, too. I’m holding out hope that we both make it out of the swamp.