European politics has been captivating and hopeful as populist conservative leaders seem to be making progress against staunch socialists. Despite Frances’ Le Pen and the Netherlands’ Geert Wilders losses earlier in the year, other nations were not so forgiving to the globalists that have been running the show.
Now the newly elected moderate conservative leader of Austria’s biggest party, Sebastian Kurz, is looking to lead his nation’s government. He plans to do this by forming a majority coalition with the Freedom Party (FPO), a far-right party known for their strong stances on the European Union and Immigration.
Kurz’s party, the People’s Party (OVP) won big in last week’s elections but not big enough. As they won the largest percentage of seats with 31.5%, they must find another party to work with in order to pass any legislation. The only other two parties that the OVP can unite with are the globalists that are similar to the swamp in the United States, the Social Democrats (SPO) or the anti-EU and anti-immigration FPO. It is likely that if the coalition is formed between the OVP and FPO then the EU will do what they did last time they formed in 2000 and place sanctions on Austria.
Kurz showed initiative by inviting the leader of the FPO, Heinz-Christian Strache, and other senior members to discuss policy and potential alliances. Many are worried that the strong policies of the FPO will be carried out throughout Austria but their largest concerns are gaining more national autonomy from Brussels and protecting Austria’s borders. Kurz ran on a similar platform that left almost no room between the two groups in terms of the goals they had when reaching office.
The rise of the OVP and the FPO could be a great thing for Austrians and other Europeans who are feeling abandoned and forgotten about as failed European policies of the past have opened the floodgates to an almost endless amount of Muslim migrants. The stance taken by both of the two parties shows a deep resentment to the way that Europe was left open for dangerous and intolerant people to come in and make themselves at home.
The numbers across Europe speak for themselves as those who opened themselves up to dangerous and unregulated people have suffered heavily in terms of civilian lives lost.
France, Germany, and the United Kingdom have seen a tremendous spike in the violent crimes that have taken place and yet their leaders continue to tell their people that speaking against this is wrong. It will not be long until it becomes illegal in Western nations to speak ill against Islam as their nations are slowly losing control of their governments.
However, there is hope for Europe as it seems to rest on the shoulders of the Eastern and Central European powers to keep Islam from completing taking over Europe as we know it. Nations like Poland and Hungary have become vocal as of late about their unhappiness with the refugee programs and other globalist policies that are leaving the people of Europe behind. Other nations like Sweden are so far gone with their continual appeasement that bombings have just become all but routine in daily life.
Austria seems to be trying their own way of doing things as this new coalition looks to encompass both moderate conservative policies such as the usefulness of the European Union but also makes it clear where they stand in terms of immigration.
This was an issue that the SPO and other socialist or Marxist parties in Europe failed to address as they just blatantly did not care about what these people had to say about the number of immigrants coming in.
Many were called racists right off of the bat and were subjected to harsh treatments from society simply for stating facts and concerns they had about the safety of their nation. Then it became clear to many these leaders had no desire to listen or lead the European people in the way they promised so others like Kurz and Wilders took it upon themselves to speak out. Many in Europe feel displaced or disparaged as what was once a staple of European culture, nationalism, has fallen to wayside as critics blindly label the concept as racist.
Hope remains though as it seems that the Europeans who want to keep their culture and nations in tact are not going without a fight. Nations like Austria may have given others the courage to stand up and speak out against the abuse that is taking place at the hands of Muslim immigrants across Europe. Perhaps new voices and ideas will be heard and Europe will once again be a place where people are free to speak their mind and keep their national identities in place.