You Say That Like It’s a Bad Thing


Breitbart London:

The “populist surge” in Europe has far from peaked and is the most significant change to the European order since the end of the Cold War, a new report by former British left-wing Prime Minister Tony Blair’s own think tank has claimed.

Assessing what the report identifies as a “populist threat” as a means to defeat it and “renew the centre”, the globalist Institute for Global Change document questions widely-held assumptions that right-populist politics is an “interlude”, or blip in history which “optimistic” observers believe will burn out.

If populism is a rejection of un-elected elites — and I think it is — then let’s have at it. 

Wikipedia:

Populism is a political approach that seeks to disrupt the existing social order by solidifying and mobilizing the animosity of the “commoner” or “the people” against “privileged elites” and the “establishment”.[1] Populists can fall anywhere on the traditional left–right political spectrum of politics, and often portray both bourgeois capitalists and socialist organizers as unfairly dominating the political sphere.[2]

I support popular, democratic action which will undo some of the obviously bad policies of the last few decades: massive debts to support a welfare state, the influence of globalist non-governmental organizations and unlimited immigration.

Yes, there are overlapping influences. While the anti-illegal immigration groups share some ideas with out and out racists — we are not them. We will not let them find power. We are not their ideological cousins; we are their enemies. 

I support a worldwide pendulum swing that takes back the influence of the folks who would erase borders, and in doing so eliminate nations in favor of a global village.  That village contains too many people who want to cut my throat, not to mention the obvious village idiots.

“I once caught a fish this big.”

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