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Sunday, January 28, 2018

Czechs re-elect their Trump

"Europe’s populist movement was given a shot in the arm on Saturday when Czech Republic President Miloš Zeman, running primarily on an anti-migration platform, fended off a challenge from political neophyte Jiri Drahos," Fox News reported.

But the Czech Republic is not alone in this battle between good and the New World Order.


Miloš Zeman and the Trumps.

Let us see if there is a pattern to this Trumpian Revolution, which predates his rise to the presidency.

"Poland’s President Andrzej Duda thanked U.S. counterpart Donald Trump for fighting fake news, saying that his country’s leaders are also the victim of false reports accusing them of undermining democracy and the rule of law," Yahoo News reported.

In July, Trump began a European tour in Poland where Duda arranged for Trump to give an outdoor speech to thousands of Poles in Warsaw. When CNN wrongly said Duda's wife refused to shake Trump's hand, President Duda became outraged and lashed out at the Counterfeit News Network.

Then there is Viktor Orbán, prime minister of Hungary.

"Orbán has hailed the inauguration of Donald Trump as the “end of multilateralism”, suggesting his country and others around the world will now feel unabashed about putting their own interests before those of their neighbours and the wider good," the Independent reported a year ago.

"The Eurosceptic nationalist, who was a vocal supporter of Mr Trump throughout his campaign, said the populist US President’s move to the White House gave the green light for countries to prioritize narrow self-interests."

These three countries share in common a history of Soviet domination. Unlike France, England, and half of Germany, these nations spent 45 years under Soviet control.

The New World Order was a creation of Mikhail Gorbachev and the first President Bush in the fall of 1991. Within months, Gorbachev lost his country as the Soviet Union dissolved itself on December 25, 1991. A year later, Bush was on his way out, defeated for re-election by Bill Clinton.

But their vision of peace through globalism has failed the people. Jobs moved from the Western world to China and the underdeveloped world through free trade agreements weighted toward the underdeveloped nations.

Meanwhile, radical Muslim terrorists wreaked havoc in the world.

Failure has consequences, as the globalists are discovering.

Zeman's re-election shows that nationalism is here to stay.

"He was one of very few European leader to endorse President Donald Trump’s bid for the White House and by calling for a referendum on the Republic’s membership of the European Union, has taken a page from the British Brexit vote," Fox News reported.

His campaign theme was "This is our land! Vote Zeman!"

We gave globalism a chance.

Now it is time to go back to what works.

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12 comments:

  1. Importing people from cultures that have kept their countries shitholes for decades is a dumb idea.

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    1. Decades??? Try hundreds, or even, thousand plus, years.

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  2. Perhaps some of these like-minded countries can make a concerted effort to rid themselves of a common enemy: Nazi collaborator George Soros. - Elric

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  3. Hungary, Czechia, and Poland are beautiful countries, filled with fascinating history, beautiful architecture, amazing food, wonderful and friendly people (although Hungarians can be a little stand-off-ish at first), at very reasonable prices. Planning a European getaway soon? Give a pass to those America-hating and Trump-hating countries of Western Europe and head to the nations of the old Warsaw Pact. And visit Melania's home country of Slovenia -- maybe the best travel destination in all of Europe -- when you're over their. Support our friends.

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  4. Visit a country where they like Americans? What a radical idea!!

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  5. It's funny how Liberals manage to compartmentalize their thinking so much they can support diversity and the sanctity of cultural and ethnic purity on the small scale, but when it comes to international trade and politics they stand foursquare for globalist homogeneity. One thing that always remains true about Liberals is not only that they are illogical, but they feel no guilt about going through life stuck on stupid.

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  6. Western Europe could learn a thing or three from the Eastern Europeans.

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  7. The refugees of the 2020s will be the Swedes and the Dutch.

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