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BREAKING NEWS 📈 How has the far right gained power across Europe? 

 
LSE Research Showcase (21 minutes) 

19 May 2024
While far-right parties were largely relegated to the political margins after World War II, today they have become a regular feature of European party systems. How did the far right go from an illegitimate fringe to contenders for public office – and did Europe have anything to do with it? Dr Marta Lorimer considers the role of European integration in the normalisation of the far right. Drawing on her new book, "Europe as Ideological Resource", she explores how European integration has functioned as an ideological resource for far-right parties looking for legitimation, allowing them to repackage their political message in a more acceptable form while maintaining the allegiance of their existing supporters.


Marta Lorimer is a Fellow in European Politics in the European Institute at LSE.

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1 hour ago, Mr H said:

Zelensky officially today unelected leader. He already banned elections.

https://prepareforchange.net/2024/05/16/benjamin-fulford-report-failure-of-who-pandemic-treaty-means-the-sheeple-will-soon-be-released-from-the-human-animal-farm-may-13-2024/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=benjamin-fulford-report-failure-of-who-pandemic-treaty-means-the-sheeple-will-soon-be-released-from-the-human-animal-farm-may-13-2024

 

"The Russians note Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky’s term ends on May 21 and no election has been called to appoint his successor. “Zelensky’s popularity is in free fall. The population blames him for the war that is dragging on as well as his postponement of the presidential election. Ukrainian politicians are reportedly holding consultations to determine who will be the next president and how to legitimize him,” reports French journalist Thierry Meyssan.

https://www.voltairenet.org/article220840.html

With the Ukrainian war just about over, the next move will be revenge for the destruction of Yugoslavia, Serbian intelligence sources say. Chinese President  Xi Jinping was in Serbia last week where he said “China supports the Serbian government in its measures to protect the country’s territorial integrity on the Kosovo issue.”https://tass.com/world/1785671"

 

 

 

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58 minutes ago, Katsika said:

https://prepareforchange.net/2024/05/16/benjamin-fulford-report-failure-of-who-pandemic-treaty-means-the-sheeple-will-soon-be-released-from-the-human-animal-farm-may-13-2024/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=benjamin-fulford-report-failure-of-who-pandemic-treaty-means-the-sheeple-will-soon-be-released-from-the-human-animal-farm-may-13-2024

 

"The Russians note Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky’s term ends on May 21 and no election has been called to appoint his successor. “Zelensky’s popularity is in free fall. The population blames him for the war that is dragging on as well as his postponement of the presidential election. Ukrainian politicians are reportedly holding consultations to determine who will be the next president and how to legitimize him,” reports French journalist Thierry Meyssan.

https://www.voltairenet.org/article220840.html

With the Ukrainian war just about over, the next move will be revenge for the destruction of Yugoslavia, Serbian intelligence sources say. Chinese President  Xi Jinping was in Serbia last week where he said “China supports the Serbian government in its measures to protect the country’s territorial integrity on the Kosovo issue.”https://tass.com/world/1785671"

 

 

 

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If anyone in UK Parliament mentions defending a democracy, the appropriate response would be to laugh in their face.

 

Antithesis of democracy. Don't even have elections anymore.

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1 hour ago, Observations said:

Times Radio

 

“ Speculation is mounting that a ‘snap’ election could be called on July 4th … 
David Cameron is flying back from Albania … “

 

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7 hours ago, Seconal said:

Gold is the money of Kings, Silver is the money of Gentlemen, Barter is the money of Peasants and Debt is the money of Slaves.

 

What's your currency?

 

Nice. But I'd just add that debt is two-sided; the bankers are the creditors and slaves are the debtors. And the secret societies run the banks. 

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In most polls the Reform party is making big gains and will very likely  have a huge influence on the political scene after the election. Seems from videos being put up all over the net that the massive influx of immigrants are destroying the communities they live in. Rubbish is being thrown all over the pavements. Old sofa and beds being tossed out into the middle of the road for cars to swerve around. Violent confrontational behaviour.

Seems  like people are tired of all of this, tired of the two party system and are wanting Reform. But is Reform  going to make a difference, or is it paid opposition. Will anything actually improve under Reform. Don't know much about these Reform people, what do you think, what difference can they make

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1 hour ago, jack121 said:

In most polls the Reform party is making big gains and will very likely  have a huge influence on the political scene after the election. Seems from videos being put up all over the net that the massive influx of immigrants are destroying the communities they live in. Rubbish is being thrown all over the pavements. Old sofa and beds being tossed out into the middle of the road for cars to swerve around. Violent confrontational behaviour.

Seems  like people are tired of all of this, tired of the two party system and are wanting Reform. But is Reform  going to make a difference, or is it paid opposition. Will anything actually improve under Reform. Don't know much about these Reform people, what do you think, what difference can they make

 

If, as you said elsewhere, WWIII is going to be a nuclear war, then the Reform Party's policies are academic.

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I think it will be nuclear. i mean they had no problems dropping a nuke on hiroshima in the population reduction exercise that they labelled as WW II, and no problems nuking lebanon in a fake firework display.

The legends of the anti christ state it will be nuclear and that's what i am basing it on. I really do believe the elites are preparing for his coming and they need the world smashed up and crying, full of desperate starving people, who will sign away their rights humanity and soul for a scrap of food.

 

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the nuclear war is to effective,it would be over way to soon,killing,suffering,negative vibration  is the name  of  the  game for the rulers

however i do nor rule out a few nukes after a 3 or 4 years of war......

 

trouble is the control everything and thus can manipulate the info and the outcome as they want 

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Anyone else think it's a bit weird Zelensky going around speaking of peace deals with nations when he is no longer the leader of Ukraine and just.a citizen now?

 

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It looks to me like Starmer and Sunak are both totally unfit to govern. The debate seemed like a fabrication, from the faux controlling hand gestures referee Julie Etchingham used, to appear to keep their ‘differences’ from descending into a playground fight. To the blokey hand shake at the end where Sunak told us “one of us will be your Prime Minister after the election”, whilst looking relieved his performance could not be construed as a winning one.

Is a choice between these two really what the UK deserves? We know the ptb control the narrative and they believe the future scenarios they have planned for all of us will play out in the policies of the government they will control. The media they own will bombard those they can reach, with interviews, opinions and narratives that are pure propaganda, designed for social conditioning public opinion to their desired outcomes…

But, what if their plan were disrupted? Instead of not voting at all, or writing ‘none of the above’ on the ballot sheet, what if it was the highest poll turn out in history and most folks voted for neither Labour nor the Conservatives?

If there was a hung parliament comprised mainly of small parties and independents, with no large party majority, MP’s would have to debate serious issues with knowledge and intelligence and for the highest benefit of their constituents. No longer constrained by a party whip and without the spectre of corrupting lobbying from profiteering corporations, which could be made illegal.

MP’s would no longer be required to swear allegiance to the monarchy, whose future could also be debated more readily. If the ptb /Establishment are controlling the Civil Service to maintain the status quo, perhaps their roles could also be streamlined. With more awareness and accountability to the people, maybe real democracy could be given a chance to evolve in positive ways.

'Rise like Lions after slumber
In unvanquishable number—
Shake your chains to earth like dew
Which in sleep had fallen on you—
Ye are many—they are few.'

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On 5/31/2024 at 1:28 PM, jack121 said:

In most polls the Reform party is making big gains and will very likely  have a huge influence on the political scene after the election. Seems from videos being put up all over the net that the massive influx of immigrants are destroying the communities they live in. Rubbish is being thrown all over the pavements. Old sofa and beds being tossed out into the middle of the road for cars to swerve around. Violent confrontational behaviour.

Seems  like people are tired of all of this, tired of the two party system and are wanting Reform. But is Reform  going to make a difference, or is it paid opposition. Will anything actually improve under Reform. Don't know much about these Reform people, what do you think, what difference can they make

And this is why Nige has magically appeared again on the scene. An agent of change. Did it in 2010, did it with Brexit, and PTB clearly think he'll do it again. Servant of his masters. Cheers!

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It's no coincidence that the UK and America have both had an influx of illegal immigrants whilst the government's are seemingly unable to stop it.

 

Nope, they want to create a post nationalist west. Governments don't have the highest power, Governments govern the commoners.

 

The power is with multinational corporations and international criminal organisations, but mainly with the military industrial security complex.

 

The media is for commoners. The truth is 'need to know', and we dont.

 

You pay your taxes for security...

 

It's All Theatre. It 's All Political.

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