Something is stirring in Europe, as populists across The Continent rise up against the policies of ‘progressive’ Brussels which mandates nations accept thousands of Middle Eastern migrants who share nothing of their native culture, and don’t want to. Fighting back against these culturally Marxist policies have become the hallmark of Central European governments.
Politicians in the European Parliament, seeing the writing on the wall and their power waning, are trying their best to stem the tide. The center-right party of the EPP (similar to ‘Establishment’ Republicans in the US) have therefore ‘suspended’ Hungarian leader Viktor Orban’s Fidesz Party until further notice due to their refusal to follow Brussel’s mandates.
The suspension is the culmination of a long-running feud between Orban and Manfred Weber, the group’s candidate to succeed Jean-Claude Juncker as the head of the European Commission. Participating MEPs voted almost unanimously in favor of a suspension, reported Zero Hedge.