Two features of the European Union that appear to be very popular and beneficial and helpful to citizens of the Union and visitors to the Union are a common currency and unhindered movement within the Union. These have also been the factors that have caused much of the difficulties.
Recently we saw Great Britain vote to leave the Union. The people of Great Britain resented the Union dictating to them that they must support the financially irresponsible nations like Greece, Italy, and Portugal. The people of Great Britain also resented the Union from trying to dictate to them what their immigration policies must be, especially those regarding Muslim immigrants.
Despite the globalist press and globalist supports who have proclaimed that all is well in the Union, we are witnessing some major problems. The financial problems in Greece have not been solved, if fact, with every bailout and call for reform, Greece’s financial woes become more daunting. It does not appear that Greece will be able to recover without suffering a major financial crisis, which would include a return to the drachma. Inflation would resemble what is now being witnessed in Venezuela.
Despite what politically correct nations like Sweden, Norway, and the Netherlands would have us believe, there are major problems within their nations today caused by a huge increase in the Muslim population. Crime has greatly increased including rape and murder. No go zones for non-Muslims have been established. The welfare costs have greatly increased. Sharia law is being practices despite the laws of the different European countries.
A backlash against the Muslim population that refuses to assimilate into the cultures of the respective nations, along with a backlash against the dictates of the European Union is bringing about some heretofore unheard of potential election results. Perhaps the vote by Britain to leave the European Union and the election of Trump in the United States are predictive of an anti-globalist and anti-multicultural movement throughout Europe.
In the Netherlands, Geer Wilders, the Eurosceptic, anti-mass migration candidate who heads the insurgent Party for Freedom (PVV), has blasted incumbent head of government Mark Rutte as a “prime minister for foreigners”, urging voters to put the Netherlands first in a fiery debate.
“I say to all Dutch people at home, when you go to vote on Wednesday, if you want to put our country up for sale and ensure that our money goes to asylum seekers, Brussels and Africa instead of our own people, vote for the VVD” – the political party which Rutte heads.
Wilders also called on Rutte to expel Turkey’s ambassador, after the country’s authoritarian president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan denigrated the Dutch as “Nazi remnants” and threatened the Netherlands with “harsh retaliation” for preventing Turkish government ministers from staging a political rally in Rotterdam.
In Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel has been warned public support is being “destroyed” by the fact her government has so far failed to deport half a million rejected asylum seekers.
Hans-Peter Friedrich, an MP for the Bavarian Christian Social Union, Mrs. Merkel’s sister party, said the German people were losing confidence in the government because so many asylum seekers were able to “dance around the state”.
Meanwhile, Rainer Wendt, head of the federal police trade union, warned: “There is a deportation prevention industry, which must be changed urgently.”
In France, a recent poll found that populist leader Marine Le Pen now leads France’s presidential race while the incumbent Socialist Party has plummeted in popularity. This was shortly after Le Pen delivered a grim populist kickoff to her burgeoning presidential campaign, warning thousands of her supporters of “two totalitarianisms,” globalization and Islamism, that want to “subjugate France.”
After allegations that recent migrants assaulted young women at a Swedish music festival — and that Swedish police covered it up — Swedish asylum seekers are sharing fears of a backlash.
Hundreds of worried Syrian migrants residing in Sweden took to Facebook this week, to express their concerns over a growing anti-migrants backlash in Europe — and worries that the new reports will make things worse.
The globalists and those supporting a Muslim invasion are feeling this backlash as well. The people in the West are saying they do not support the academics, Marxists, and globalists push for a one world government and they certainly do not support being forced to accept Sharia law and the Muslim invasion.