The UK population, having been promised a referendum on the subject of leaving or remaining within the European Union, have, along with those citizens of other EU countries, been betrayed by their financial and political leaders in the response they have taken to the current refugee/immigrants crisis. In bowing hastily to pressure from international commentators, the governments of those EU countries, who have kept their borders open to large movements of peoples of other nationalities, are storing up considerable religious, cultural and economic problems in the near future for their indigenous inhabitants and long standing ethnic minorities. They must:
1) Close their borders, 2) revoke special visas of migrants, and, 3) look to repatriate those immigrants who are identified as non refugees, back to their counties of origin. They must take immediate steps in that regard. Hundreds of thousands of fake refugees are still on their way across Europe, on the backs of genuine asylum seekers. Observers have already confirmed that over 80% of those who came to Germany for “asylum” are neither Syrian, nor refugees. If clearly identified as not being proper asylum seekers, they must be returned to their countries of origin, not lavished with the wealth of Europe for no good reason. Hungary has shown the way. Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his government made the decision to seal off Hungary’s borders in just one month. The resulting closure of the Hungarian border through the erection of fencing, in conjunction with the threat of arrest for anyone caught entering that country illegally, has worked wonders.
Western media has spared no effort to demonise Prime Minister Orban and Hungary for enacting the exact same border policies of Israel, but did not succeed in cowering him. He stood firm. His policies worked instantly, and now continue to protect the homeland of the Magyar people.
The indigenous peoples of Europe are taking power back for themselves: Slovenia like nearby Hungary has started building a wall along its borders, to protect its own populations, and maintain Slovenia for the Slovenians. Austria has also begun to build a wall for its people, realising the true scope of the threat laid against it. Montenegro likewise on its border with Greece
The bulk of Europeans are, however, being left wide open to the probability of a breakdown in the stability and security of their daily lives by their unquestioning governments being too ready to accommodate disingenuous people masquerading as refugees. Many Europeans are however seeking alternative political solutions to the situation, by supporting local nationalist movements. Nationalism, properly understood, is simply a nation’s immune system kicking in to ensure survival and well being.
The good news is that anti-globalist, pro-sovereignty nationalist governments are on the rise all across Europe, as people realise that spokespersons of nationalist parties were right in their views about the disadvantages of the European Union from the beginning. One of the countries in that respect is France. In that country, National Front leader, Marine Le Pen, is now the leading candidate in the presidential polls. Polish people are also making their feelings felt in the same way. The nationalist party there recently won so many seats, that there are literally no leftist MPs remaining in the entire government.
Finnish people have also been giving their support to the True Finns party, which has now begun to dominate elections. Sweden, a country suffering undesirable effects of assimilating large numbers of immigrants, has seen its nationalist party become the largest political party in the land. Denmark is now also closing its borders, and electing nationalists. The Netherlands’ government has laid down strict rules for those already in that country to either fully integrate or lose considerable cash benefits.
There are a few nationalist movements and parties who are on the hard left of the political spectrum, and will double down on failure, such as the ruling Scottish one, which is in thrall to the European Movement; but, all in all, most of them are committed to taking sensible decisions through adoption of policies which will be of utmost benefit, both socially and economically for their indigenous inhabitants and long standing ethnic minorities. Such policies are against globalism, and pro-sovereignty.
It seems the reality of the religious and cultural threat to European civilisation that EU policies are proving, may finally accomplish what no financial crisis has yet accomplished: The beginning of the end of the monstrous EU experiment. That day can’t come soon enough.