Alt-Right is inevitable

You may recall that I predicted Europe’s strong shift to the Right, which is still in the very early stages.

Far-right views are now mainstream in Europe, is the stark warning coming from a leading historian.

Polish officials recently blamed Jewish people for their ‘own destruction’ while the Hungarian Prime Minster declared Europeans should not ‘mix’ with Africans. The Croatian president on a trip to Argentina came under fire from a Holocaust survivors charity for thanking the country for taking in ‘notorious’ pro-Nazi criminals.

Ton Junes, who works with the Human and Social Studies Foundation in Bulgaria, says the events all show a worrying trend for a rise in far-right views.

‘There is something broader going on in the region which has produced a patriotic, nativist, conservative discourse through which far-right ideas managed to become mainstream,’ the expert explained.

Ever since WWII, such views were taboo in Europe, confined to the far-right fringes. Today they are openly expressed by mainstream political leaders in parts of Central and Eastern Europe, part of a populist surge in the face of globalization and mass migration.

The media is still babbling about this political transformation as if it is a bad thing and preventable somehow. In truth, it is neither. In truth, it is the process by which Europe will save itself from the plans of those who are seeking to destroy the West by eliminating both Christianity and the European nations from the satanists who have hated the former and envied the latter for centuries.