Maybe it is not too late for Europe after all. Resistance to the establishment moonbattery of alleged conservatives is breaking out in England…
An ICM opinion poll for The Sunday Telegraph shows that a key group of Right-of-centre voters are much more attracted to Ukip’s policies on immigration, government spending and same-sex marriage than to the Tories’ stance on the issues.
This same group — made up of those who have yet to decide which of the two parties to support — also rates Ukip’s Nigel Farage as a better party leader than the Prime Minister.
…and even in Germany:
Germany’s mainstream parties remain solidly pro-euro despite grumbling over costly bailouts of Greece and others. A German taboo on nationalism, rooted in atonement for the crimes of the Nazi era, has helped to muffle eurosceptic voices.
But [a] poll conducted by TNS-Emnid for the weekly Focus magazine showed 26 percent of Germans would consider backing a party that wanted to take Germany out of the euro and as many as four in 10 Germans in the 40-49 age bracket would do so.
Germans ought to forget about the Third Reich for once and remember the Weimar Republic that paved the way for it by wiping out everyone’s wealth through hyperinflation. A similar fate awaits any country trapped in the Euro, as borderline failed states (Greece, Cyprus, etc.) require ever larger bailouts.
The eurosceptical Alternative für Deutschland party gets it. From the AfD website:
“The introduction of the euro was a fatal mistake that is threatening our prosperity. The old parties are grizzled and worn out.”
Why should Germans let unindustrious and irresponsible countries drag them down into ruin? Why should Britons watch idly as Tories collaborate with Labour to impose incremental Islamosocialism? Why should Americans keep backing tepid Rinosaur losers like McCain and Romney, who are barely speed bumps to the leftists fundamentally transforming America into something that makes you turn away in shame?
If the grizzled and worn out “conservative” parties won’t conserve their countries, someone else will have to.
On tips from Wilberforce and Ummah Gummah.