Europe is about to become much more right-wing
Europeans across the continent made their will clear in the EU elections, with right-wing parties making significant strides.

Keean Bexte

June 11, 2024

After nearly a decade of unmitigated mass illegal migration, Europeans across the continent are saying enough is enough and electing members from right-wing parties en masse.

Europe is about to become much more right-wing

The streets of France have been under siege by left-wing rioters following the results of the EU election that saw Le Pen’s right-wing National Rally party absolutely demolish Emmanuel Macron.

Macron immediately went into damage-control mode, calling a snap election in hopes of ensuring his continued reign before it’s too late, while Marine Le Pen told the citizens of France that she was ready to govern.

Meanwhile, Germany’s right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) party made significant strides, gaining 6 seats for a total of 15, solidifying itself as the second-strongest German party in the EU behind the Christian Democratic Union, and defeating German Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s left-wing Social Democratic Party of Germany.

Following the results, the AfD immediately called for a vote of confidence and an election, with AfD leader Alice Weidel saying, “People have had enough.”

Most notably, both the AfD in Germany and Le Pen’s National Rally in France are extremely anti-mass migration and have promised mass deportations for anyone staying in their respective countries illegally, along with foreign lawbreakers and fake asylum seekers—besides reducing and blocking migration more generally.

The Netherlands’ Party for Freedom, which recently won its national elections and promised the “strongest asylum policy ever” and mass deportations, also had a significant showing, gaining 6 seats to take second place, just 2 behind the Labour Party.

Across the board, right-wing parties made significant gains in the EU elections, with the only real exception being Sweden and the Sweden Democrats, who finished fourth in the EU after winning their national elections.

Nevertheless, it’s a clear indication of the European people’s will and what they want: stability and less immigration.

Globalists are on the back foot

Following the election results, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau—who is known internationally for sicking mounted police on peaceful protesters after freezing their bank accounts for daring to question COVID lockdowns—came out to give a PSA on his concerns about right-wing parties in Europe coming to power.

“We have seen around the world a rise of populist right-wing forces in just about every democracy that we’ve seen, and it is of concern to see political parties choosing to instrumentalize anger, fear, division, anxiety,” Trudeau said.

“My approach has always been to respond to it, to understand it, and to look to solve it, to roll up our sleeves, work hard and with ambition for this country and for our future. And I continue to be convinced that Canadians are thoughtful about the challenges we’re facing and ready to see them solved rather than just allow themselves to be—have their anger amplified without any solutions offered.”

EU President Ursula von der Leyen shared these sentiments, promising to “build a bastion against the extremes from the left and the right”—painting herself as a centrist despite her wholehearted support of nearly every far-left position.

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