A Movement?

Nigel Farage gives a resounding thumbs up to nationalism at the expense of globalism;

Nigel mentioned Austria and Italy, here is one more domino ready to fall, viva la France;

Before Donald J. Trump’s presidential victory in the United States this week, Ms. Le Pen was considered a disruptive political force by the political elite and media but far from a true threat to become president herself when France votes next spring. Not anymore.
Since last Wednesday, French news outlets, along with Ms. Le Pen’s mainstream political rivals, have been repeating the same thing: It could happen here.

And Ms. Le Pen is not alone. From the Balkans to the Netherlands, politicians on the far right have greeted the election of Mr. Trump with unrestrained delight and as a radical reconfiguring of the political landscape — not just in the United States, but in Europe as well.

Yea, Fraxit.

With 70% of Americans believing that the country is on the wrong track, turns out this type of dissatisfaction is not exclusive to just the US. Disaffected voters can speak with one voice. And it’s even worse in Europe, where generally they pay more in taxes;

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Assimilation is also a problem over there where large enclaves exist, devoid of language, culture, and customs indigenous to the home country.

Proximity, and squishy morality in the form of progressive leaders, willing to rob debilitate the average citizen in favor of some refugee who becomes an instant drain on public resources. Compassion only flows one way, and the open border leaders have none for it’s own citizens.

Reason number 627 for celebrating a Trump win, no open borders here and a reasonable policy for accepting and vetting refugees that wish to become Americans. Although Obama still has time to open the flood gates, reinforcing the European model of unfettered relocation and subsistence.

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  1. CM

    So there’s no fear at all that increased nationalism leads to immigrants and refugees being scapegoated and otherwise treated badly, and increases the likelihood of war between nations? Last time the world experienced such a rise in nationalism things didn’t work out too well. Will this time be different?

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  2. AlexInCT

    I love how you globalists are crying doom and gloom because people have realized that globalism, at least in the way the credentialed and too often unelected douchebags that are looking after their own well being and wallets have done it, is far worse than the alternative.

    I for one welcome the end of globalism, multiculturalism, and every one of the stupid ideas that came from the KGB controlled western intelligentsia. This idiocy can’t die fast enough for me. I prefer not to be ruled over by an oligarchy of idiots with delusions of grandeur and a long laundry list of failures as their merit badges and reasons why we should allow them to double down on more of the same stupid at our expense.

    Contrary to the bullshit peddled by the globalists, nationalism doesn’t lead to war: what does is collectivism. Hitler’s Germany went to war because they believed in the greatness of their brand of collectivism he was selling (which differed from communism only in so much as their ability to murder their own people) , manifested by their people, after their neighbors raped Germany for the adventures of the Kaiser.

    Long live the individual and individual rights! The slavers that want to tell me what I am allowed to believe, think, say, or do, for my own good of course, and even when it is perfectly obvious to me that what it really is, is good for them, can all go fuck themselves with a rocket launcher.

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  3. West Virginia Rebel

    At the very least it is a rejection of the idea of remaining part of the EU in its current form, and of Merkel and George Soros in particular.

    BTW are there still going to be Golden Drumstick and Turkey Awards this year? With that in mind, a few nominees:

    Drumsticks:

    Donald Trump, for winning.

    Bernie Sanders, for challenging the Democratic establishment.

    Tom Hanks and Dave Chappelle, for showing how celebrities should react to losing.

    Milo and Peter Thiel, for being the new face of gay conservatism.

    British voters (see below) for asserting Rule Brittania over being ruled by the EU.

    Turkey Awards

    Hillary Clinton, from literally refusing to concede defeat on election night to her arrogant and out of touch campaign, she is the reason so many Democrats rejected their own party this year.

    The European Union, specifically Germany, for refusing to accept a popular vote from the British against their quasi-Soviet-style rule.

    Celebrities who threatened to leave the country, but who chose to stay and whine.

    College snowflakes and their fascist attempts to censor free speech, including against liberal professors who otherwise agreed with them.

    The media, for dismissing, denouncing, and denying Trump’s ability to win to the point of absurd denial.

    The NFL, for politicizing an American pastime.

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  4. stogy

    Contrary to the bullshit peddled by the globalists, nationalism doesn’t lead to war: what does is collectivism. Hitler’s Germany went to war because they believed in the greatness of their brand of collectivism he was selling (which differed from communism only in so much as their ability to murder their own people) , manifested by their people, after their neighbors raped Germany for the adventures of the Kaiser.

    Ah, that’s classic, Alex. I came back for a laugh and that’s exactly what I got. That’s the biggest pile of steaming claptrap I have ever read on this blog.

    Clearly the Jews of Europe were unable to sign of for this particular brand of “collectivism”. And boy did they miss out big time.

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  5. AlexInCT

    Ah, that’s classic, Alex. I came back for a laugh and that’s exactly what I got. That’s the biggest pile of steaming claptrap I have ever read on this blog.

    Cankles is unemployed. Globalism is gonna be crushed.. Man the tears are sweet.

    Clearly the Jews of Europe were unable to sign of for this particular brand of “collectivism”. And boy did they miss out big time.

    Google what that “S in NSDAP stands for douchhebag. Of course you can keep pretending otherwise, but the facts are not going to conform to your desire to twist reality.

    Fuck off slaver.

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  6. stogy

    Extreme nationalists target social minorities as a means of asserting control over the majority – in the Nazi’s case it was Jews, communists, gypsies, people with disabilities, political opponents. All of these groups somehow missed out on the opportunity to be part of the wonderful brand of German collectivism.

    Now as far as being socialist, the Nazi party destroyed the unions, smashed the working class, and gave enormous power and rewards to giant corporations (such as Krupp). Other socialist parties were destroyed and their members imprisoned – that’s hardly ‘collectivist’. They used the word ‘socialist’ to build support (based on Bismark’s previous right-wing use of the term) but there was nothing  at all socialist about the Nazis.

    I suppose you also think the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is also a democratic paradise, right? Because it has ‘democratic’ in the name?

    Fuck off slaver.

    Heh!

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  7. AlexInCT

    Extreme nationalists target social minorities as a means of asserting control over the majority – in the Nazi’s case it was Jews, communists, gypsies, people with disabilities, political opponents. All of these groups somehow missed out on the opportunity to be part of the wonderful brand of German collectivism.

    Funny that you mention this stuff. I mean, what political party in the US has basically hedged their bets on dividing the people into sub and special groups and then pitting them all against each other? This IS what socialism is all about…

    Now as far as being socialist, the Nazi party destroyed the unions, smashed the working class, and gave enormous power and rewards to giant corporations (such as Krupp). Other socialist parties were destroyed and their members imprisoned – that’s hardly ‘collectivist’. They used the word ‘socialist’ to build support (based on Bismark’s previous right-wing use of the term) but there was nothing  at all socialist about the Nazis.

    Did you seriously just post this shit with a straight face? Hardly collectivist? Really? Did you miss the 20th century?

    Between such luminaries of the lefty movement like Lenin, Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot, the Kim and Castro dynasties, and all the little dictators that followed int their footsteps, over 100 million people where murdered, and billions imprisoned in misery and tutored for not conforming to the oligarchy. Communism is the religion that killed and plunged the largest amount of humans in mankind’s history, and it is collectivism’s pinnacle implementation of utopia on earth.

    Note that the only difference between communism and socialism is socialism’s attempt to put the veneer of legitimacy around the fact that an oligarchy runs the state and hold all the power and wealth. It is not an accident that in the non-collectivist systems the wealthy have power, but that in collectivist ones only the powerful have wealth. Looks at our political class today, and the woman that felt she was owed the presidency of the United States, despite breaking its laws and selling its interest out to the highest bidder,  and the mob of cows now angry she was defied that office, for proof.

    BWT, what you describe above, socialism’s way of working, is precisely what the left has recreated in the west today sans the need to actually kill people. Today they destroy the enemy’s of the state financially or by dragging their name through the mud.

    I suppose you also think the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is also a democratic paradise, right? Because it has ‘democratic’ in the name?

    It certainly claims to be a socialist paradise and practices all the very same things the angry left seems to want today. The irony is that you are the one that missed the fact these people are your fellow believers and the end game you get when people that believe like you actually end up in power, and are so desperately projecting that despicable and evil belief on others.

    You sir are priceless! More of those salty tears and stupid rants, please. I can’t get enough of this schadenfreude caused by the left’s stupidity man. MOAR PLZ!

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  8. CM

    Funny that you mention this stuff. I mean, what political party in the US has basically hedged their bets on dividing the people into sub and special groups and then pitting them all against each other?

    That was Trump’s entire campaign. I mean, explicitly. He wasn’t even trying to hide it. Where were you when that was happening?

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