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Orban forms coalition with Poland’s Morawiecki & Italy’s Salvini to fight Globalist agenda

Orban forms coalition with Poland’s Morawiecki & Italy’s Salvini to fight Globalist agenda
The Duran: Episode 937

Populist leaders meet, seek ‘European renaissance’

Populist leaders meet, seek ‘European renaissance’

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) – Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban hosted talks Thursday with populist politicians from Italy and Poland in a bid to create a new right-wing nationalist political force on the European stage. The trilateral meeting brought Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and Italy’s former interior minister, Matteo Salvini, to Hungary’s capital of Budapest.

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Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
April 11, 2021

At long last a small glimmer of hope from the EU. If this movement is to have a chance at making a dent, it must grow and gain more European nations. What I see as a problem is the emphasis on the Christian/Catholic religion. While religion can and does unite a culture and a country, it can also prevent the growth of a coalition because it can also be divisive. In my view, this movement, if it is to grow bigger and stronger, needs to focus on two points: it must be pro-nationism, and anti-globalism. Alexander’s implication that France’s LePen… Read more »

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Helga I. Fellay
April 11, 2021

I wanted to add that even IF Germany’s Merkel’s replacement might be open to joining Orban’s new plan, he/she probably would hesitate because of the Christian/Catholic component. The majority of Germans are secular, and among those who are Christian, the majority are Protestant, not Catholic.

jdd
jdd
Reply to  Helga I. Fellay
April 12, 2021

The fact that the three leaders mentioned are all nationalist and Catholics is a unifying factor, is not decisive, as political outlook and economic factors trump religion when it comes to forming alliances, as the history of Europe attests. The EU is by its nature inherently problematic, as it seeks monetary/currency union without political unification. Nonetheless, I must point out that France is also a Catholic country, and contrary to your assertion, Catholics outnumber Protestants in Germany as well, 27% to 25%.

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  jdd
April 12, 2021

Thank you for your reply. I don’t know as much about the EU as I should. I am surprised that Catholics outnumber Protestants, but my knowledge dates back many decades, and at that time Bavaria was mostly Catholic while Prussia and Northern Germany, which is bigger and more populated, was predominantly Protestant. But things can surely change over the decades. I probably wouldn’t recognize Europe if I ever got to travel there again, which is highly doubtful.

bogsik
bogsik
April 11, 2021

are uuu foooken serious? 🤣🤣🤣
ISRAHELL is running both israpol and israhun and guess who is running the GLOBAL cabal against humanity! 😈
wait!
ISRAHELL is fighting the globalists so it can reactivate Pale, sea to sea khazarian DOMINION 😎
If sooo, FUCK THE EU 😲
Who said that? Common whoooo?

CDC
CDC
April 12, 2021

Poland is the globalists’ parasitic worm. The others would do best to purify it with bleach before consuming.

Kosher Kielbasa
Kosher Kielbasa
Reply to  CDC
April 12, 2021

At least have the Pope conduct an exorcism.

Bob Valdez
Bob Valdez
April 12, 2021

Why are these 3 stooges wearing masks?

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