Sebastian Kurz, the 31-year old leader of the Austrian People’s Party shocked the world today as parliamentary projections point towards him being the winner of the recent Austrian election. While votes are still being counted, it’s safe to say that Kurz has secured his victory, making him the youngest leader in all of Europe, and … Continue reading Why the Austrian Election is Important for the Future of Europe
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
Here’s a NYT article covering the Trump and Putin exchange. Notice how they still push the Russia Narrative and treat it as if it's real: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/07/world/europe/g20-hamburg-trump-putin-protests.html In case you haven’t seen videos of black masked figures marching through the streets of Hamburg, or hilarious GIFs of world leaders awkwardly interacting with one another, G20, … Continue reading Two Giants Meet at G20: Trump and Putin Discuss Syria, Hacking, and General Peace
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.