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    The past half a century has been marked by (((globalist))) forces trying to impose their dictatorship across Europe using (fake) democracy as their main tool and the race is on to stop them. It may be entering its final phase because in a decade from now all of the laws will be in place to ban ‘extremist’ parties and conservative opinions will have been completely purged from the workplace and the Internet.

    I'm not getting too excited about these results until they translate into something concrete because I remain convinced that the majority of Europeans (especially those in the West!) are quite happy living in the Soviet Union II with their expensive cars, smartphones and plasma TVs.

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    In my view, an issue with nationalist and conservative parties is that there are too many subdivisions and fragmentations. We've the Europe of Nations and Freedom and the Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy, with parties with similar but slight different policies, like Brexit Party vs. UKIP or AFD vs. The Blue Party and so on. In national elections as well, there was always an off-shoot from some party or a new party arising. If all these parties would unite according to their most important common goals, they would constitute a bigger opposition bloc to the leftist and centrist parties who dominate the power.

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    Gray: anti-immigration/eurosceptic parties
    Blue: center-right-christian parties
    Red: center-left-socialist parties
    Yellow: pro-Europe parties





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