The Iconoclast has been providing excellent summaries and analysis of events in Europe for the last couple of years, and as Europe becomes more and more of a good news story, a narrative which he has emphasised, his ratings have increased accordingly.
Simply put, the people of Europe are taking their countries back. Nationalists governments are taking strong actions to secure their borders and the existence of their people, pro-globalist coalitions are collapsing, and in countries where the globalists are still very much entrenched, coalitions are forming which could challenge the globalist system.
This excellent summarises several of the latest events:
Main points (see YouTube for links) include:
Italy has closed all its ports to globalist NGO ships for the summer, and Matteo Salvini is talking the tough talk to back up the tough walk.
Angela Merkel, the worst leader Germany has ever had, is fast running out of options. Eastern European countries are, in addition to Italy, refusing to accept her agenda of spreading all over Europe the barbarian invaders she invited in, and with her coalition partners kicking up a fuss, it looks like the witch could soon be dead.
The Iconoclast prefaces this segment with footage from a few years ago of Merkel publicly stating that the limit of barbarian invaders has been reached and that multiculturalism has failed. A better example of a globalist puppet is hard to find.
Hungarian politician BTFO’s BBC THOT
BBC journalists are getting refreshingly used to having strong independent men refuse to accept their frames of reference and disagree directly with their statements. The body language in this interview is beautiful. While Jordan Peterson quibbled over definitions of pre-collapse European civilisation with Cathy Newman, this Hungarian boldly states that it is ok to be white, or to be more specific, that it is perfectly legitimate for a nationalist government to base the identity of its country on its people and enact policies to ensure this.
Quote of the Day goes to the Iconoclast himself, who has some stirring words for us at the end:
“As you can all see, the tide is turning. There’s still a lot of work to be done, sure, especially in Western Europe, but rest assured, work is being done. We have to stop thinking of ourselves as the underdog, because we aren’t: We have the people on our side, and our numbers are only getting bigger. No matter what the EU dictates and what the BBC will proclaim, normal, good, everyday European people will support these anti-establishment movements, and will fight tooth and nail to keep Europe Europe.
“There was a time when I thought we were done for, that we’d never gain the foothold to mount the resistence. But now we have that foothold and the momentum is in our favour. We can’t be complacent though, absolutely not. We still need to support these movements and countries as much as possible, and countries like Britain are lagging behind massively on this progress. But with our combined effort, with us using the internet and other outlets to get this information in front of as many people as possible, we will only see success.”
XYZ Quote of the Day.