While American politics are much more in my realm of knowledge, I always find it important to look at how European nations are faring, as they act as a sort of barometer for how left-wing policies turn out over a long period of time. Since the formation of the EU, we’ve seen several nations benefit … Continue reading Germany’s Recent Election Shows How Open Borders Have Shifted the Nation Right
While the world meets in New York this week as part of the United Nations, it’s important to remember that a massive social rebellion is coming to a head in Spain, and it seems that no one wants to talk about it. What makes the Spain/Catalan split so fascinating is that unlike the Scotland/UK split, … Continue reading Is Spain Going to Split in the Upcoming Year?
This is also why it's so powerful when Beata Szydło, the Polish PM, directly says to Merkel and the EU that they won’t capitulate to their desires, and that the safety of her people comes before the desires of authoritarian global elites. The statements alone are powerful, but look at the stats she has to back her policies up:
Which essentially translates to, we’re gonna spend a lot of time writing job killing legislation to promote a cause, and then let the next cycle of administrators and world leaders decide whether to follow them or not.