Political Earthquake! Europe is revolting!

All across the European Union nationalist conservatives have been sending a message to the bureaucratic leaders in Brussels and Strasbourg that their reign of ideological terror has been noted and put on trial.

In last week’s elections to elect the 720 MEPs who will represent them in the European Parliament for the next 5 years, non-left parties which are lumped together – often incorrectly – as “the far right”, swept the board in Germany, France and Belgium. It’s no coincidence that these countries have been victims of very liberal migrant laws, and punished for their successes via the “Net-Zero” climate policies that lie at the heart of the global elites’ plans for our planet.

It seems that the people have had enough.

In this map of France, the brown represents “far-right” wins.

The elections, which took place from June 6 to June 9, 2024, saw significant gains for nationalist parties across several European countries, leading to political upheaval in some nations.

In France, the National Rally party, led by Marine Le Pen, dominated the polls, prompting President Emmanuel Macron to dissolve the National Assembly and call for new elections. This was a great surprise.

In Belgium, Prime Minister Alexander De Croo announced his resignation following the EU election results, which were seen as a reflection of dissatisfaction with the current government.

In Germany, the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party made significant gains, contributing to a political shakeup in the country.

Other countries where conservative or nationalist parties made significant gains include Hungary, where Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s Fidesz party won a majority, and Italy, where the Brothers of Italy party, led by Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, also saw strong support.

The anti-immigration party made significant gains in the EU elections. In the Netherlands, Geert Wilders’ anti-immigration Party for Freedom was the biggest winner, claiming six seats – one seat more than in the last European Parliament.

The European Parliament elections also saw a shift towards the far-right, with these parties making significant gains and challenging the traditional center-right and center-left parties. This has led to a new political landscape in the European Union. Expect fireworks as the Old Guard attempt to make a stand to protect their cultist anti-human policies.

The Left didn’t take it well