A German And Romanian Surge Toward Trumpism?

Things continue to become more and more interesting in the European Union when it comes to questions of migrant policy, refugees and border security. Just this morning we saw how the United States was bailing out on one agreement cooked up by the United Nations which sought to force countries to abide by international agreements on this score. But some news broke on the other side of the pond over the past few days which seems to indicate that the backlash is spreading and other countries are falling in line behind Donald Trump’s example.

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  • Editor

    Funny how the countries who lived under Soviet rule seem to be the ones most opposed to EU regulations and diktats. Could they be recognizing a pattern here?

    • J. C.

      They know it’s just more of the ‘same old, same old’, except this time it’s coming from the West…

    • Tooth&Claw

      Believe me, anyone that’s left Europe to come to North America didn’t do it for kicks and giggles. They recognize what kind of a system they left. and want no part of it.

  • Clink9

    “the migrants are not contributing to the economy and mostly wandering around town. The unemployment rate among the new arrivals is at more than 90% and the locals say there are virtually no jobs for them to take because they mostly lack the basic education and skills required for all but the most simple, lowest paying tasks.”

    What sort of genius could have seen this coming?

    Oh ya, everyone that writes for this blog and reads it.

  • mauser 98