France’s leadership gets accidentally honest: Links 1, August 29, 2018

1. Globalist Macron Vows to Kill Nationalism, While Italy’s Salvini Declares EU ‘Filth’

Emmanuel Macron has vowed a globalist bloc determined to impose a progressive EU superstate on the continent will defeat “extremist” pro-national sovereignty conservatives at European Parliament elections next year.

Declaring that the world is at a “moment of great transformations”, the French President outlined his vision for a “European sovereignty” in which Brussels would have autonomy comparable to that of China or the United States of America.


Europe must become “the model for a humanist refoundation of globalisation”, he told the annual French ambassadors’ conference Monday, vowing to “redouble efforts” against patriotic conservative parties in the face of a world “where nationalisms have reawakened”.

(Macron doesn’t get it or he is lying. Nationalism has not reawakened in any sense of the word. Its just that globalists have been trying to trick everyone into giving up all autonomy, local laws an culture, and destroying nation states by increments and other means, and the populations are starting to notice, and believe that is actually happening, and objecting. This is not a “reawakening of Nationalism” which is propaganda intended to sound like some kind of Nazi Jove. This is regular people who do not wish to see their cultures and heritage obliterated by a bunch of childless commies who wish to sell us all into two kinds of slavery.)

2. Brazil, now facing collapse after far leftist globalists have all but ruined it, seem ready to elect a politician sufficiently to the right to apply corrective measures.

(This is not the original headline you can be sure. As I see it, the farther north a nation and culture go, the greater the level of correction needed to set the course true again. So this guy’s policies, which will be sold as fascist, are likely the minimum necessary to fix the errors. For example, once crime and corruption become the normal modus operandi, then you need more than a stern warning to stop it because each individual will have to bear hardship initially as they shift back to an economy based on real production of wealth and honesty. So a cost-benefit where the hardship of the transition is greater than the hardship of the lower income due to waiting for the fruits of real labour to kick in will have to happen.)

3. Top 10@The Rebel:

4. Some RT ‘Streeters’ on the demos in Chemnitz.

5. Italian warehouse illegally used as mosque hits the courts, gets decided.

Thank you Richard, C., MissPiggy, M., Wrath of Khan, and many many more who have sent in a lot of information, critical to forming any kind of rational understanding of events in the World as it is today.


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5 Replies to “France’s leadership gets accidentally honest: Links 1, August 29, 2018”

  1. Orbán, Salvini Set to Take On Globalism at EU Elections with Anti-Migration Front (breitbart, Aug 29, 2018)

    “Italy and Hungary announced they will form a populist front ahead of European Parliament elections next year, where they will challenge a bloc aligned with Emmanuel Macron, who this week outlined his vision for a globalised EU superstate which revolves around “human rights”.

    The Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orbán, and the Italian Interior Minister, Matteo Salvini, have said the two countries are “walking down the same path” ahead of next May’s elections, which are set to be a battleground on the issue of migration.

    “European elections are coming. We have to change a lot of things,” said Orbán, speaking at a press conference after the pair met in Milan on Tuesday.

    “There are two sides at the moment in Europe. One is led by Macron, who is supporting migration. The other one is supported by countries who want to protect their borders. Hungary and Italy belong to the latter.

    Hungary Rejects EU-Africa Declaration that ‘Inspires Migration’

    — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) May 4, 2018

    “Hungary has shown that we can stop migrants on land. Salvini has shown migrants can be stopped at sea,” noted Orbán, whose government cut illegal immigration by more than 99 per cent after rolling out a series of powerful border fences, in defiance of talking points from liberal leaders claiming ‘walls don’t work’.

    The Central European leader contrasted the migration policy stance of Brussels, shared by German Chancellor Angela Merkel as well as Socialist Spain and Macron’s France, of merely seeking “better management” of illegal immigration from the third world to that of the Visegrád nations, who demand the influx be stopped completely.

    Anything other than the Visegrád stance would mean “the human smugglers have won” because “immigrants would keep coming in further waves”, he told the press conference, urging Europe send newcomers back rather than spreading them throughout the bloc.

    “We must send migrants back to their countries. Brussels says we cannot do it. They also had said it was impossible to stop migrants on land, but we did it,” he said.

    Macron: Europe Entering Age of ‘Unprecedented’ Mass Migration, ‘Shares Destiny’ with Africa

    — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) April 17, 2018

    At the meeting with Salvini earlier in the day, Orbán praised his success in challenging the status quo on migration by refusing to allow migrant-laden NGO vessels dock at the country’s ports, telling the Italian leader: “Europe’s security hinges on your success.”

    His assertion that mass migration poses a threat to Europeans, along with the Hungarian government’s crackdown on the activities of far left NGOs bankrolled by George Soros in his nation, place the Hungarian leader’s views in direct opposition to the position outlined by Macron on Monday, when he alleged that Europe’s existence rests on the bloc’s embrace of activists and ”human rights” as envisioned by liberals.

    “Our security depends on the reaffirmation of our values, human rights which are at the very foundation, not only of the Council of Europe, but of the European Union, and the defence of all those who represent them every day — I think of non-governmental organisations, intellectuals, artists, activists, journalists,” he said, speaking at the Élysée Palace.

    Speaking in Milan after his meeting with Orbán, Salvini told journalists: “We want to change Europe’s commission. We want to protect our borders. We are going to fight pro-migrant policies supported by Macron and Soros.””

  2. 1 and 2 are the same problem on opposite sides of the world, Italy is fighting to keep from turning into the failed states of South America to please the far leftists who are destroying Europe. Brazil is trying to avoid becoming the next Venezuela as they struggle to repair the damage the far left did to their economy, culture and the rule of law.

    Canada and the US are both struggling to prevent the far left from totally destroying the rule of law, we still don’t know if the patriots in either nation will be successful.

  3. 4. Related: “German publication asks: When should the media report on murders committed by refugees?”
    by Ann Corcoran – August 29, 2018

    Link: “When should the media report on murders by refugees?” Jörg Luyken – August 27, 2018

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