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Millennial Euro-fascism and Euroscepticism[]


Euroscepticism is a counter-internationalist, anti-Euro-federalist, isolationist and anti-immigrationist pan-European political ideal born from polurist media lead Europhobia, economic self interest, nationalist sentiments, the  fear of immigrants, dislike of international co-operation, political ignorance, intolerance and post 2008 economic decline related ecanomic conspiracy theories. It is different to traditional line of the fascists and Nazis since it is driven only by self interest and instinctive hatred of foreigners, not from a out of control  genuine belief of racial and\or cultural superiority of a supposed master-race.

UKIP and the AfD were at first classified as a populist and pro-democracy conservative movement, but the recent swing to the right by UKIP had lead to there reclassification as far-right poularists as of about 2013-2014. The AfD faced a similar reclassification a year later. The Brexit Party is still regarded as Eurosceptic.

There are no official labels, core beliefs or official Euroscepticism manifesto, central organization, no major pan-factional leaders and no official ideology, just hatred of the EU and Europeans in general.

Some parties like UKIP and the AfD are also virulently xenophobic to all races, creeds and nationalities; with the USA being the highest of their enemies out side the EU nations. They also have a total inability to take ideologically opposing beliefs, regardless of its factual validity or not.


The ideology was formed during the early 2000s in the polpurist media's headline froth with stories that played on a heady mix of common feelings of a genuine pubic disillusionment, xenophobia, political ignorance, personal self interest, the desire to get rich quick, ecanomic insecurity, schadenfreude towards other nations misfortunes, the hatred of global laws (and by extension the treaties and organisations connected to them)  and instinctively driven personal hatred of anything they don't like.

The media mostly played on and aggravated the genuine and often true fear of German ecanomic domination, increasing eastern European immigration, growing EU bureaucracy and the post-2010 rise of the far right in several western European nations.

General traits[]

Euroscepticism, i.e. the opposition to policies of supranational EU institutions and/or opposition to Britain's (in England and parts of Wales) membership of the European Union, has been a significant element in the politics of the United Kingdom (UK). Euroscepticism is a rater general and pan-party opposition to the European Union (EU), the Euro (€) and the process of European integration. A Eurobarometer survey of EU citizens in 2009 showed that support for membership of the EU was lowest in the United Kingdom, alongside Latvia and Hungary.  

The overall acceptance of the European Union in all member states saw a strong increase of support till the 1990s and a major decline afterwards, support sinking to 1980s levels then. Due to the timely connection with the Maastricht Treaty of 1992, it has been called the 'post-Maastricht-Blues'. The European integration process faced a major defeat with the failed Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe and Eurosceptical opinions gained more impact overall. The role of public opinion had been lower before but gained importance with state referendums, as in the rejection of the constitution by French and Dutch voters in 2005.

There are no official labels, core beliefs or official Euroscepticism manifesto, central organization, no major pan-factional leaders and no official ideology, just hatred of the EU and Europeans in general.  

Some parties like UKIP and the AfD also went virulently xenophobic to all races, creeds and nationalities; with the USA being the highest of their enemies out side the EU nations. They also have a total inability to take ideologically opposing beliefs, regardless of its factual validity or not.

Eurosceptic core values[]

The Eurosceptics have been mostly distinguished from the Fascists and Nazis on seven grounds-

  1. They claim to be anti-European Union, but in reality anti-foreigners in general. The Fascists and Nazis actually have the honesty to say so and don't hide behind a referendum on EU membership.
  2. They are generally old or middle-aged people (overwhelmingly Whites) who have a strong dislike of poor people, social change, children, other races, other creeds and teenagers.
  3. They are opposecd to all those that are different to them since they simply hate difference, unlike the Fascists and Nazis who define it on racist, sectarian and\or cultural lines; for instance, anti-Semetism and the use of the  'Jewish bakers' plot' conspiracy theories.  
  4. They are annexationist and reject colonial independence and imperial decline (i.e., the BNP are glad we got rid of 'inferor Black African' states like Kenya, but UK Eurosceptics don't neither recognise or agree with Southern Ireland's right to independence). 
  5. Eurosceptics are mostly driven by xenophobic hatred, not an overly hateful ideological bias towards a certain group such as the Jews, gays, and so on . 
  6. The belief that all treaties and national/global law is legal or not; meaningless, to be canceled at whim, is there to be broken and should be dissolved.
  7. They mostly think the EU and there national goverment is plotting against them and their nation.
  8. A fear of imminent national collapse due to foringers, Moslims, the poor, disabled, unfortunate and needy.
  9. Blaming others (race, nationality, age, advisability, fiscal standing and so on) for their failures\inability to live up to their over estimation of their own capabilities.
  10. A attraction to Trump's America or rogue states like N. Korea, Venezuela, Russia, etc.

Eurosceptasim in the UK[]

Founding of the EC and British applications for membership[]

The UK was not a signatory to the Treaty of Rome which created the then European Communities (EC), which was the collective term for the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), the European Economic Community (EEC) and the European Atomic Energy Community (EAEC). in 1957. The country subsequently applied to join the organisation in 1963 and again in 1967, but both applications were vetoed by the President of France, Charles de Gaulle, who said that "a number of aspects of Britain's economy, from working practices to agriculture" had "made Britain incompatible with Europe" and that Britain harboured a "deep-seated hostility" to any pan-European project. Once de Gaulle had relinquished the French presidency in 1969, the UK made a third and successful application for membership. The question of sovereignty had been discussed at the time in an official Foreign and Commonwealth Office document (FCO 30/1048) that became open to the public in January 2002 under the rules for availability after thirty years.

It listed among "Areas of policy in which parliamentary freedom to legislate will be affected by entry into the European Communities": Customs duties, Agriculture, Free movement of labour, services and capital, Transport, and Social Security for migrant workers. The document concluded (paragraph 26) that it was advisable to put the considerations of influence and power before those of formal sovereignty. The Treaty of Accession was signed in January 1972 by the prime minister Edward Heath, leader of the Conservative party. Parliament's European Communities Act 1972 was enacted on 17 October and the UK's instrument of ratification was deposited the next day (18 October), letting the United Kingdom's membership of the EEC, or "Common Market", come into effect on 1 January 1973. The opposition Labour Party, led by Harold Wilson, contested the October 1974 general election with a commitment to renegotiate Britain's terms of membership of the EEC and then hold a referendum on whether to remain in the EC on the new terms. 

The 1975 UK referendum[]

The eventual UK referendum in 1975 asked the voters:

  • "Parliament has decided to consult the electorate on the question whether the UK should remain in the European Economic Community: Do you want the UK to remain in the EEC?"

British membership of the EEC was endorsed by 67% of those voting, with a turnout of 64.5%. To date, the electorate has not been allowed to vote on membership of a European Union, nor any treaty changes.

After 1992[]

The 1992 Maastricht Treaty was seen as a step too far by many who only wanted a free trade, free travel and police co-operation zone. The then UK prime minister, John Major, secured a UK opt-out from the € and Shengen passport-free travel zone, as did Denmark at about the same time.

The financier Sir James Goldsmith formed the Referendum Party as a single-issue party to fight the 1997 General Election, calling for a referendum on aspects of the UK's relationship with the European Union. UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage is arguably the United Kingdom's most famous Eurosceptic campaigner and wants the UK to leave the European Union.

Polling on this issue has typically produced narrow majorities in favour of remaining within the EU, although some polls have found the reverse result. According to an Opinion/Observer poll taken on 20 February 2015, 51% of the British electorate said they would most likely vote the United Kingdom to leave the European Union if they were offered a referendum, whereas 49% would not (the figures exclude 14% who said they were unsure). These studies also showed that 41% of the electorate view the EU as a positive force overall, whereas 34% saw it as negative, and a study in November 2012 showed that while 48% of EU citizens trust the European Parliament, only 22% of the UK trusted the Parliament.

However, support and opposition for withdrawal from the EU are not evenly distributed among the different age groups: opposition to EU membership is most prevalent among those 60 and older, with a poll from 22–23 March 2015 showing that 48% of this age group oppose EU membership. This decreases to 22% among those aged 18–24 (with 56% of 18- to 24-year-olds stating that they would vote for Britain to remain in the EU). Finally, the results of the poll showed some regional variation: support for withdrawal from the EU is lowest in Scotland and London (at 22% and 32% respectively) but reaches 42% in the Midlands and Wales (the only region polled with a plurality in favour of withdrawal).

The February 2015 study also showed that trust of the UK's relationship with the EU is split along partisan lines: 35% trusted the Tories (Conservatives); 33% trusted Labour; 15% trusted UKIP; 7% trusted the Greens and 6% trusted the Lib Dems.


The UK Independence Party (UKIP /ˈjuːkɪp/) is a Eurosceptic and right-wing populist political party in the United Kingdom. It is headquartered in Newton Abbot, Devon. UKIP has one Member of Parliament in the House of Commons, three representatives in the House of Lords, and 22 Members of the European Parliament, making it the largest UK party in the European Parliament. It has 488 councillors in UK local government and six members in the National Assembly for Wales.

A right-wing party, UKIP has been identified by political scientists as part of the broader European radical right. Its ideological approach is that of right-wing populism, and it employs populist rhetoric to distinguish itself from the political establishment. Promoting a British unionist and nationalist agenda, it characterises the latter approach as a non-racial civic nationalism, although the accuracy of this description has been disputed. UKIP's primary emphasis has been on hard Euroscepticism, calling for the UK's exit from the European Union, while it has also placed strong emphasis on lowering immigration. Economically describing itself as libertarian and influenced by classical liberalism and Thatcherism, it promotes economically liberal policies while appealing to traditional social values.

UKIP was founded in 1991 by the historian Alan Sked as the Anti-Federalist League, a single-issue Eurosceptic party. Renamed UKIP in 1993, the party adopted a wider platform that was influenced by its ideological heritage on the right-wing of the Conservative Party. The party's early growth was slow and largely eclipsed by the Eurosceptic Referendum Party. Under Nigel Farage's leadership, from 2009 the party capitalised on concerns about rising immigration, in particular among the White British working class, resulting in significant breakthroughs at the 2013 local elections and the 2014 European elections, where UKIP received the most votes. At the 2015 general election, the party gained the third-largest vote share and one seat in the House of Commons.

Governed by its leader and National Executive Committee, UKIP is divided into twelve regional groups, with an additional one representing Gibraltar. UKIP is founding member of the Alliance for Direct Democracy in Europe European political party, and the party's MEPs sit with the Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy group in the European Parliament. While gaining electoral support from various sectors of British society, political scientists have established that its primary voting base is in England and consists of older, working-class White Britons. UKIP has faced a critical reception from mainstream political parties, much of the British media, and anti-fascist groups, and has been accused of racism and xenophobia, allegations which it has denied.

The British Conservative Party want the EU return to a simple trade community similar to the old European Economic Community (EEC). The UK Independence Party (UKIP) and the British National Party (BNP) support total withdrawal from the EU and in the case of the prior complete closure of trading and diplomatic ties with its member states as well; while the latter would have either an political alliance, trade block or lose confederacy of white neo-fascist states.

The UK Independence Party is a Eurosceptic and right-wing populist political party in the United Kingdom. Headquartered in Newton Abbot, Devon, its leader is Nigel Farage. UKIP has one Member of Parliament in the House of Commons, three representatives in the House of Lords, and twenty-two Members of the European Parliament, making it the largest UK party in the European Parliament. It has 497 councillors in UK local government and one member of the Northern Ireland Assembly.

Although describing itself as a libertarian party, academic political scientists have instead characterised UKIP's ideological approach as being that of right-wing populism, also identifying it as part of the broader European radical right. Historically UKIP's primary emphasis was on hard Euroscepticism, calling for the UK's exit from the European Union, although it now couples this with nationalist and economically liberal policies. Governed by its leader and National Executive Committee (NEC), UKIP is divided into twelve regional groups, with an additional one representing Gibraltar. UKIP is founder member of the Alliance for Direct Democracy in Europe (ADDE) European political party, and the party's MEPs sit with the Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy (EFDD) group in the European Parliament. Its support base is primarily older, white, male voters with less formal education.

UKIP was founded in 1991 by the historian Alan Sked as the Anti-Federalist League, a single-issue Eurosceptic party. Renamed UKIP in 1993, the party adopted a wider right-wing platform and gradually increased its support. Under Farage's leadership, from 2009 the party tailored its policies towards the white working-class, before making significant breakthroughs in the 2013 local elections and the 2014 European elections, where UKIP received the most votes. At the 2015 general election, the party gained the third largest vote share and one seat in the House of Commons. UKIP is a 'Political cult' movement.

UKIP and the AfD were at first classified as a populist and pro-democracy conservative movement, but the recent swing to the right by UKIP had lead to there reclassification as far-right poularists as of about 2013-2014. The AfD faced a similar reclasification a year later.

Whilst most British were naturally and historically afraid of bureaucrats, the Metric System, subsidising poor nations and fear of overwhelming migration, UKIP had made the debate swing far to the ultra-right. UKIP had managed, with the help of parts of the UK media, to degenerated it in to a anti-immigration, isolationist and euro-phobic hate-frenzy. Where ever they went in person or got on a TV debate, people became convinced the nation was flooded by immigrates that caused all the UK's woes and deserved to be expelled and\or murdered on the spot.

Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire are now getting a reputation for both being overwhelmingly pro-UKIP, racist, isolationist from the rest of the UK and persistent in beating up Eastern Europeans.

UKIP at first espoused a form of British nationalism; it states that its is a "civic" rather than an "ethnic" nationalism, although this categorisation has been disputed as it veered in the early 2010s to ward a BNP leaning religious hated of Islam.  Later, the Brexit Party broke away from UKIP and formed a new Eurosceptic party.

Political Classification[]


2016 Brexit vote[]

In the wake of the June 23, 2016 EU referendum, where the voters of England voted to withdraw from the EU, British PM David Cameron coined the term "Little England" as what Great Britain would be reduced to, due to London, Berkshire, Hertfordshire, Scotland and Northern Ireland being mainly pro-EU, and Scotland threatening another referendum for Scottish independence, as well as calls for a United Ireland and London independence.

"Little Englanders"[]

Tru Finns[]

This party is of a more sensible and moderate nature. Whilst it is right wing and some are Islamophobic, it is not Nazi leaning like the AfD or bonkers like UKIP. They are not run by rogue business men or political non-committal and amorphous politicians, who want to rip off the public in order to get in office at any cost.

The Finns Party, previously known as the True Finns (Finnish: Perussuomalaiset, PS, Swedish: Sannfinländarna, Sannf.), is a populist and nationalist-oriented Finnish political party, founded in 1995 following the dissolution of the Finnish Rural Party. Timo Soini has been the leader of the party since 1997. In the 2011 parliamentary election, the party won 19.1% of votes, becoming the third largest party in the Finnish Parliament. In the 2015 election the party got 17.7% of the votes, making them the parliament's second largest party. The party was in opposition for the first 20 years of its existence. In 2015 they joined the current government coalition. 

The party combines left-wing economic policies with conservative social values, socio-cultural authoritarianism, and ethnic nationalism. Several researchers have described the party as fiscally centre-left, socially conservative, a "centre-based populist party" or the "most left-wing of the non-socialist parties", whereas other scholars have described them as radically right-wing populist. In the parliament seating order, the party's MPs have always been seated in the centre and the party's supporters have described themselves as centrists as well. The party has drawn people from left-wing parties but central aspects of their manifesto have gained support from right-wing voters as well. The chairman of the party, Timo Soini has said that the Finns Party is Finland's largest workers' party but also stated that the party is definitely not on the left-wing. Inside the party there is also a movement which can be considered clearly rightist, led by MEP Jussi Halla-aho. The Finns Party has been compared by international media to the other Nordic populist parties and other similar nationalist and right-wing populist movements in Europe that share euroscepticism and are critical of globalism, whilst noting its strong support for the Finnish welfare state.

In June 2014, the Finns Party joined the European Conservatives and Reformists Group in the European Parliament, where it co-operates with parties like the Conservative Party of the United Kingdom and Law and Justice of Poland.

Swiss People's Party[]


The Swiss People's Party (German: Schweizerische Volkspartei, SVP; Romansh: Partida populara Svizra, PPS), also known as the Democratic Union of the Centre (French: Union démocratique du centre, UDC; Italian: Unione Democratica di Centro, UDC), is a national-conservative and right-wing populist political party in Switzerland. Chaired by Albert Rösti, the party is the largest party in the Federal Assembly, with 65 members of the National Council and five of the Council of States.

The SVP originated in 1971 as a merger of the Party of Farmers, Traders and Independents (BGB) and the Democratic Party, while the BGB in turn had been founded in the context of the emerging local farmers' parties in the late 1910s. The SVP initially didn't witness any increased support beyond that of the BGB, retaining around 11% of the vote through the 1970s and 1980s. This changed however during the 1990s, when the party underwent deep structural and ideological changes under the influence of Christoph Blocher; the SVP then became the strongest party in Switzerland by the 2000s.

In line with the changes fostered by Blocher, the party started to focus increasingly on issues such as Euroscepticism and opposition to mass immigration. As of 2015 the SVP has 54 seats in the Federal Assembly, and its vote share of 29% in the 2007 Federal Council election was the highest vote ever recorded for a single party in Switzerland. When Blocher failed to win re-election as a Federal Councillor in 2007, moderates within the party split off, forming the Conservative Democratic Party (BDP).


The early origins of the SVP go back to the late 1910s, when numerous cantonal farmers' parties where founded in agrarian, Protestant, German-speaking parts of Switzerland. While the Free Democratic Party had earlier been a popular party for farmers, this changed during World War I when the party had mainly defended the interests of industrialists and consumer circles.  When proportional representation was introduced in 1919, the new farmers' parties won significant electoral support, especially in Zürich and Bern, and eventually also gained representation in parliament and government. By 1929, the coalition of farmers' parties had gained enough influence to get one of their leaders, Rudolf Minger, elected to the Federal Council.

In 1936, a representative party was founded on the national level, called the Party of Farmers, Traders and Independents (BGB). During the 1930s, the BGB entered the mainstream of Swiss politics as a right-wing conservative party in the bourgeois bloc. While the party opposed any kind of socialist ideas such as internationalism and anti-militarism, it sought to represent local Swiss traders and farmers against big business and international capital. 

The BGB contributed strongly to the establishment of the Swiss national ideology known as the Geistige Landesverteidigung (Spiritual Defence of the Nation), which was largely responsible for the growing Swiss sociocultural and political cohesion from the 1930s. In the party's fight against left-wing ideologies, sections of party officials and farmers voiced understanding, or failed to distance themselves from the emerging fascist movements. After World War II, the BGB contributed to the establishment of the characteristic Swiss post-war consensual politics, social agreements and economic growth policies. The party continued to be a reliable political partner with the Swiss Conservative People's Party and the Free Democratic Party. 

In 1971, the BGB changed its name to the Swiss People's Party (SVP) after it merged with the Democratic Party from Glarus and Graubünden. The Democratic Party had been supported particularly by workers, and the SVP sought to expand its electoral base towards these, as the traditional BGB base in the rural population had started to lose its importance in the post-war era. As the Democratic Party had represented centrist, social-liberal positions, the course of the SVP shifted towards the political centre following internal debates The new party however continued to see its level of support at around 11%, the same as the former BGB throughout the post-war era. Internal debates continued, and the 1980s saw growing conflicts between the Bern and Zürich cantonal branches, where the former branch represented the centrist faction, and the latter looked to put new issues on the political agenda. 

When the young entrepreneur Christoph Blocher was elected president of the Zürich SVP in 1977, he declared his intent to oversee significant change in the political line of the Zürich SVP, bringing an end to debates that aimed to open the party up to a wide array of opinions. Blocher soon consolidated his power in Zürich, and began to renew the organisational structures, activities, campaigning style and political agenda of the local branch. The young members of the party was boosted with the establishment of a cantonal Young SVP (JSVP) in 1977, as well as political training courses. The ideology of the Zürich branch was also reinforced, and the rhetoric hardened, which resulted in the best election result for the Zürich branch in fifty years in the 1979 federal election, with an increase from 11.3% to 14.5%. This was contrasted with the stable level in the other cantons, although the support also stagnated in Zürich through the 1980s.

In 1971, the BGB changed its name to the Swiss People's Party (SVP) after it merged with the Democratic Party from Glarus and Graubünden. The Democratic Party had been supported particularly by workers, and the SVP sought to expand its electoral base towards these, as the traditional BGB base in the rural population had started to lose its importance in the post-war era. As the Democratic Party had represented centrist, social-liberal positions, the course of the SVP shifted towards the political centre following internal debates. The new party however continued to see its level of support at around 11%, the same as the former BGB throughout the post-war era. Internal debates continued, and the 1980s saw growing conflicts between the Bern and Zürich cantonal branches, where the former branch represented the centrist faction, and the latter looked to put new issues on the political agenda. 

When the young entrepreneur Christoph Blocher was elected president of the Zürich SVP in 1977, he declared his intent to oversee significant change in the political line of the Zürich SVP, bringing an end to debates that aimed to open the party up to a wide array of opinions. Blocher soon consolidated his power in Zürich, and began to renew the organisational structures, activities, campaigning style and political agenda of the local branch. The young members of the party was boosted with the establishment of a cantonal Young SVP (JSVP) in 1977, as well as political training courses. The ideology of the Zürich branch was also reinforced, and the rhetoric hardened, which resulted in the best election result for the Zürich branch in fifty years in the 1979 federal election, with an increase from 11.3% to 14.5%. This was contrasted with the stable level in the other cantons, although the support also stagnated in Zürich through the 1980s. 

Rise of the new SVP (1990s–present)[]

The struggle between the SVP's largest branches of Bern and Zürich continued into the early 1990s. While the Bern-oriented faction represented the old moderate style, the Zürich-oriented wing led by Christoph Blocher represented a new radical right-wing populist agenda. The Zürich wing began to politicise asylum issues, and the question of European integration started to dominate Swiss political debates. They also adopted more confrontational methods. The Zürich-wing followingly started to gain ground in the party at the expense of the Bern-wing, and the party became increasingly centralised as a national party, in contrast to the traditional Swiss system of parties with loose organisational structures and weak central powers. During the 1990s, the party also doubled its number of cantonal branches (to eventually be represented in all cantons), which strengthened the power of the Zürich-wing since most new sections supported their agenda. 

In 1991, the party for the first time became the strongest party in Zürich, with 20.2% of the vote. The party broke through in the early 1990s in both Zürich and Switzerland as a whole, and experienced dramatically increasing results in elections. From being the smallest of the four governing parties at the start of the 1990s, the party by the end of the decade emerged as the strongest party in Switzerland. At the same time, the party expanded its electoral base towards new voter demographics. The SVP in general won its best results in cantons where the cantonal branches adopted the agenda of the Zürich wing. In the 1999 federal election, the SVP for the first time became the strongest party in Switzerland with 22.5% of the vote, a 12.6% share increase. This was the biggest increase of votes for any party in the entire history of the Swiss proportional electoral system, which was introduced in 1919. 

As a result of the remarkable increase in the SVP's popularity, the party gained a second ministerial position in the Federal Council in 2003, which was taken by Christoph Blocher. Before this, the only SVP Federal Councillor had always been from the moderate Bern wing. The 2007 federal election still confirmed the SVP as the strongest party in Switzerland with 28.9% of the vote and 62 seats in the National Council, the largest share of the vote for any single party ever in Switzerland. However, the Federal Council refused to re-elect Blocher, who was replaced by Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf of the moderate Graubünden branch. In response, the national SVP withdrew its support from Widmer-Schlumpf and its other Federal Councillor, fellow SVP moderate Samuel Schmid, from the party, along with Widmer-Schlumpf's whole cantonal section. The SVP thus formed the first opposition group in Switzerland since the 1950s.

In 2008, the SVP demanded that Widmer-Schlumpf resign from the Federal Council and leave the party. When she refused, the SVP demanded that its Grisons branch expel her. Since Swiss parties are legally federations of cantonal parties, the federal SVP could not expel her itself. The Grisons branch stood by Widmer-Schlumpf, leading the SVP to expel it from the party. Shortly afterward, the Grisons branch reorganised itself as the Conservative Democratic Party (BDP). Soon afterward, virtually all of the SVP's Bern branch, including Schmid, defected to the new party. The SVP regained its position in government in late 2008, when Schmid was forced to resign due to a political scandal, and was replaced with Ueli Maurer.

The 2011 federal election put an end to the continuous progression of the SVP since 1987. The party drew 26.6% percent of the vote, a 2.3-point decrease from the previous elections in 2007. This loss could be partly attributed to the split of the BDP, which gained 5.4% of the vote in 2011. However the SVP rebounded strongly in the 2015 federal election, gathering a record 29.4% of the national vote and 65 seats in parliament. Media attributed the rise to concerns over the European migrant crisis. The SVP gained a second member in the Federal Council again, with Guy Parmelin replacing Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf after the party's election gains.


The SVP adheres to national conservatism, aiming at the preservation of Switzerland's political sovereignty and a conservative society. Furthermore, the party promotes the principle of individual responsibility and is skeptical toward any expansion of governmental services. This stance is most evident in the rejection of an accession of Switzerland to the European Union, the rejection of military involvement abroad, and the rejection of increases in government spending on social welfare and education.

The emphasis of the party's policies lie in foreign policy, immigration and homeland security policy as well as tax and social welfare policy. Among political opponents, the SVP has gained a reputation as a party that maintains a hard-line stance.

Alternative für Deutschland[]


The Alternative for Germany (German: Alternative für Deutschland, AfD) is a right-wing populist and Eurosceptic political party in Germany.

Founded in April 2013, the party won 4.7% of the votes in the 2013 federal election, narrowly missing the 5% electoral threshold to sit in the Bundestag. In 2014 the party won 7.1% of the votes and 7 out of 96 German seats in the European election, and subsequently joined the European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) group until its exclusion in April 2016. As of September 2016 the AfD had gained representation in ten of the 16 German state parliaments. The party is currently led by Frauke Petry and Jörg Meuthen.

At the outset AfD presented itself as conservative and middle-class, catering to a well-educated demographic as more than two-thirds of its initial supporters held doctorates, giving it the nickname the "professors' party". The party was described as professors and academics who dislike the compromises inflicted on their purist theories by German party politics. 86% of the party's initial supporters were male.

Because the 2013 federal election was the first fought by the party, the AfD had not received any federal funds in the run-up to it, but after receiving 2 million votes it crossed the threshold for party funding and was expected to receive an estimated 1.3 to 1.5 million Euro per year of state subsidies.

The AfD held a party conference on 25 January 2014 at F.a.n. Frankenstolz Arena, Aschaffenburg, northwest Bavaria. The conference chose the slogan Mut zu Deutschland ("Courage [to stand up] for Germany") to replace the former slogan Mut zur Wahrheit (lit. "Courage [to speak] the truth" or, more succinctly, "Telling it as it is"), which prompted disagreement among the federal board that the party could be seen as too anti-European. Eventually a compromise was reached by using the slogan "MUT ZU D*EU*TSCHLAND, with the "EU" in "DEUTSCHLAND" encircled by the 12 stars of the EU's Flag of Europe.

By May 2015, the party became polarised into two factions, one centred around Lucke and his core economic policies and another group led by Petry, which favoured an anti-immigration approach. The result was a split of Lucke's fraction leaving to found a new party: the Alliance for Progress and Renewal.

Ideology and policies[]

The AfD was founded as a Centre-right politics|centre-right conservative party of the middle class with a basis on 'soft' Euroscepticism, being generally supportive of Germany's membership of the European Union but critical of further European integration, the existence of the euro currency, and the bailouts by the eurozone for countries such as Greece. The party also advocated support for Swiss-style direct democracy, dissolution of the Eurozone, opposition to immigration, and opposed gay marriage.

Political extremes[]

Alternative for Germany party organisers have been sending out the message that they are not trying to attract right-wing radicals. The AfD check applicants for membership to exclude far-right and former National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) members who support the anti-Euro policy (as other mainstream German political parties do). The party toned down rhetoric on their Facebook page following media allegations that it too closely evoked the language of the far-right. Former party chairman Bernd Lucke initially defended the choice of words, citing freedom of opinion, and a right to use "strong words", meanwhile he has also said that "The applause is coming from the wrong side" in regards to praise his party gained from the National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD). Outside the Berlin hotel where the party held its inaugural meeting, it has been alleged that copies of Junge Freiheit, a weekly that is also popular with the far-right were being handed out. The Rheinische Post pointed out that some AfD members and supporters write for the conservative paper Junge Freiheit. There was also a protest outside the venue of the party’s inaugural meeting by Andreas Storr, an NPD representative in the Landtag of Saxony, as the NPD sees the AfD as a rival for eurosceptic votes.

An investigation conducted by the internet social analytic company Linkfluence showed little to no similarities in Facebook likes of AfD followers and those of the NPD supporter base.

Family and equal opportunities[]

According to its interim electoral manifesto, the party wants to reintroduce the traditional family patterns.


The party denies anthropogenic factors in the role of global warming. Therefore the party criticizes the energy transformation policies (Energiewende) in Germany; for instance, the party wants to stop "uncontrolled expansion of wind energy".


AfD wants a reinstatement of conscription, starting for men at the age of 18.


UKIP and the AfD were at first classified as a populist and pro-democracy conservative movement, but the recent swing to the right by UKIP had lead to there reclassification as far-right poularists as of about 2013-2014 in public oppinion. The AfD faced a similar reclasification a year later in thire public and media opinion.

Common Europe-wide Eurosceptic tropes[]

Also see- Popular UK tropes and known stereotypes about Eurosceptics.

Spanish farming in late 2016 and early 2017[]

The British supply of couchettes, broccoli and lettuce imploded from December 2016 due to cold weather and stocks ran low in the UK by January 2017. The bad weather had devastated farms in Macedonia, Bulgaria, Serbia, Kosovo, Romania, Albania, mainland Greece and mainland Spain, as well as causing some damage in parts of southern France, Italy, Bosnia and Portugal’s mainland territory. The facts were soon forgotten in the bilesum rhetoric that soon followed.

Eurosceptics veered between it being a faliuer of the transport system (ie the ship sunk and\or the cargo went moldy) and the belief that the EU had deliberately ruined crops by for example switching fertilizer with weedkiller at the corporate depot the farmers bought it at. They also go fixated that it was a EU run trade blocked lead by Germany or they had forcibly taken the stuff of the farmers and back to Germany. It was also held that Greece was a sub-human, pre-industrial and quazi-polar country that was better off dead and were conspiring with Germany and Portugal to ruin Spain and the UK.

Eurosceptic pushed the idea of food self-sufficiency, which the BNP had previously raised in the mid-1990s to no avail. The Eurosceptics doubted the quality, morality and reliability of any imports unlike the BNP who only mentioned reliability as an issue. The BNP had also raised issues that they confessed they were stopped on such as coconuts only growing in warm climates and heavy UK wheat imports from the USA, unlike the Eurosceptic which they ignore or denied.


The term "Brexit"[]

Brexit (like its early variant, "Brixit") is a portmanteau of "British" and "exit". It was derived by analogy from "Grexit", referring to a hypothetical withdrawal of Greece from the eurozone (and possibly also the EU). The term "Brexit" may have first been used in reference to a possible UK withdrawal from the EU by Peter Wilding in a Euractiv blog post on 15 May 2012. The terms "hard Brexit" and "soft Brexit" are much used unofficially, and are understood to describe the prospective relationship between the UK and the EU after withdrawal, ranging from hard, that could involve the UK trading with the EU like any other non-EU-member country under World Trade Organisation rules but with no obligation to accept free movement of people, to soft, that might involve retaining membership of the EU single market for goods and services and at least some free movement of people, according to European Economic Area rules.

General history[]

Opinion polls taken after EU accession in 1973 until the end of 2015 generally revealed popular British support for EEC or EU membership. Similarly, in the United Kingdom European Communities membership referendum of 1975, two-thirds of British voters favoured membership. A clear exception was the year 1980, the first full year of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's term of office, when the highest ever rejection of membership was measured, with 65% opposed to and 26% in favour of membership.

After Thatcher had negotiated a rebate of British membership payments in 1984, those favouring the EEC maintained a lead in the opinion polls, except during 2000, as Prime Minister Tony Blair aimed for closer EU integration including adoption of the euro currency, and around 2011, as immigration into the United Kingdom became increasingly noticeable. As late as December 2015 there was, according to ComRes, a clear majority in favour of remaining in the EU, albeit with a warning that voter intentions would be considerably influenced by the outcome of Prime Minister David Cameron's ongoing EU reform negotiations, especially with regards to the two issues of "safeguards for non-Eurozone member states" and "immigration". The following events are relevant.

The British always regarded the EU with suspicion ever since the Maastricht Treaty was drafted in 1992. UKIP, Voters again Europe and the Referendum Party formed to campaign on a UK wide referendum over whether the UK should join or not.

The growing union of and between nations, as well as the idea of EU citizenship, Romania joining the EU, increasing EU bureaucracy and as single EU state made many people fearful and distrustfully towards the EU.

The 2008 economic crash was caused by recklessness and criminality in the Icelandic, American and British economy, but the UK and USA refused to see the truth, with the prior blaming the EU and the latter openly threatening Mexico and China.

As the world's economy imploded and even a Belorussian and a Bosnian bank went broke, the EU fell in to chaos and Greece was fiscally destroyed. 

Germany had shifted more to the right under the CDU and its power-hungry leader, Angela Merkel, as a result of this event. There mean and fiscally counter-productive plans would totally destroy the Greek economy.

British fear of the Euro, Greek economic contagion, Greek economic decline, the EU shoveling Syrian\Afghan\Iraqi\Iraqi Kurdish refugees about, ever growing EU bureaucracy, inter-member economic squabbling, lost sovereignty, German economic domination and perceived German egotism drove a wedge between the UK and the EU from 2010 onward. Islamophobia, Slavophobia, Russophoba, Anti-Semitism, Europhobia, Polonophobia, Magyarphobia and Bosniaphobia became a growing minority obsession in England after 2012.

There had been a lot of factually dubious or exaggerated anti-EU stories about eastern Europeans in the UK media since the millennium.

A 5 man Romanian crime gang went on trial over a £120,000 14 thefts in 3 months in Ribble Valley, Lancashire on the 3rd of June, 2013.

The EU was falsely accused in some tabloid newspapers of single handedly undermining the UK economy and of siding with Romanian criminal gangs in various nations. Germany's mean spirited plans could have not worked in the UK without the help of the UK government and officials. As the Western economies folded the British blamed the Poles for taking their jobs as immigration from Africa and the Indian sub-continent went in to hyper-drive. UKIP had replaced the BNP by 2013 as the UK's leading racist/immigrant hating party.

41 year old Latvian crook, Arnis Zalkalns, murdered 14 year old Alice Gross early in the year and as the year ended a 4 man Polish gang launched a brutal attack on a top London law school academic after being let through Britain’s open border controls despite horrific criminal records. The UK government was the accused by the media and some Latvian officials of only letting crooks and not nice or useful people in.

As time went on, UKIP became a champion of the far-right and the darling of the UK tabloid papers, especially the Mail and Express. Their constant claims about Islamic terrorists, immigrants and the EU were soon discredited by the TV and radio news, all political parties bar UKIP and the Tory leadership, experts, universities, the EU, the UN, the Arab League, charities, firms and NGOs. Any indiscretion by a Middle Easterners and Asians was held as a norm, whilst Blacks were treated fairly and only the worst of Whites were exposed.

The constant torrent of dubious, false or misrepresented stories boomed due to the Syrian, Eritrean and Iraqi immigration crisis. Many EU nations refused to co-operate with the EU dispersal plan lead to Greece, Germany, Sweden, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Italy, Romania and the former Yugoslavia becoming a dustbin for immigrants. The attempted cover-up over the Cologne station and Stockholm rock concert rape gangs gave more fodder to the very people they feared the truth would aggravate. The British media claimed they ere all crooks and the steady drift of endearing and hapless immigrants had become a mindless conquering horde as on the beaches of Greece, which it had not.

The dead Syrian refugee, Aylan Kurdi, was found dead in Bodrum, Turkey, 2 Sep 2015. He becomes a cause celebra. He's is believed to have been born in Kobanî, Syria. Aylan Kurdi's beach death photo was soon proven in 2015 to be a fake, UKIP then chime in and denied he even existed.

Germany had shifted more to the far-right under the CDU and its power-hungry leader, Angela Merkel, as a result of this event. Germany would finaly dumped its interest in civilized politics by 2014, with most people hating immigrants of any kinde and many voting far-right (ether CDU, Eurosceptics or neo-Nazis) in the regional elections of 2014 and 2015.

The Tories wanted to crack down on Eastern European immigration and their rights once in the UK. UKIP blended the longstanding fear of EU bureaucracy, the ailing Euro (€), Anglo-Irish economic decline, Polonaphobia, Islamaphobia and Syrian refuge worries in to a ugly new anti-EU cabal. They implied wanted to end all UK treaties, overseas relations, trade, tourist, immigration and ethnic communities.

Some Tories wanted a mass passport stripping and\or expulsion of EU nationals, especially Poles, from the UK. Hungary lead Eastern European whinging for more EU cash and the violent expulsion of non-natives.

Both NATO and the USA became concerned that a isolationist UK brawling with a gaggle of post-EU Neo-Nazi/Neo-Faschist European nations would ruin the alliance and undermine the world's operation to Vladmir Putin. Anti-Europeans condemned President Obama's concerned and expressed there dislike of NATO to. Israel soon backed the USA's remarks. Some Tories and many UKIP members wanted a mass passport stripping and\or expulsion of EU nationals, especially Poles, along with Syrian and Iraqi refugees from the UK; whilst otheres wanted to immitate the xenophobic and isolationes state of Hungary.

The EU, European journalists organizations and the OSCE media rep all slammed Poland’s new media law on the 31st of December, 2015, which gives government more control over public TV and radio and the right to appoint officials to top broadcast posts. Many Polish citizens held protest rallies against it to.

UKIP used the fact that immigrants commited Brussels Attacks to make the Brexit's then leading case. Nigel Farage was s called "shameful" by David Cammeron for using the Brussels attacks to make the case for the UK to leave the European Union. Mike Hookem said the attacks illustrated that freedom of movement in the bloc was a 'security threat'. UKIP calls for the ethnic cleansing of all immigrants, the closure of all borders and leavening the EU. 

Pro-EU Labour MP, Jo Cox, was murdered at her meating in the village's library with a local man and woman who were wounded in the attack, by a mentally ill, xenophobe and long term fascist. MPs and councilors, lead by both the SNP leader, Nicola Stuergion, and the Prime minister, David Cameron, condemmed the attack. Themedia, like most people, reacted with mix of shock, surprise, fear, sorrow and disgust at the killing. Deputy UKIP leader, Paul Nuttall, and some local branches, including- Bately, Brighton and Hillingdon, broke party ranks and officially condemned her death. The national web page acknowledged the fact after 2 days, unlike the local UKIP branches and the 5 main parties official web sites (Conservative, SNP, Liberal Democrats, Greens and SNP), that did it with in 24 hours on there web pages.

UKIP had unvieled a poster in London 2 hours before Jo Cox's death that showed a que of Middle Easterners in a field with the words "Breaking point." written over there heads. Both the BBC and ITV commented it was politically risky and some interviewed people thought it was racist or racily prejudiced.

The pro-EU Chancellor, George Osborne, said it had the "echoes" of far right literature from the 1930s and could be considered racially prejudiced. The pro-EU Scottish First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, pro-EU Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond and the anti-EU Labour MP John Mann also condemned it. Later anti-EU cabinet minister, Michael Gove, slammed the UKIP poster, Jo Cox's 's death and UKIP's obsession with kicking out all immigrants.

The UKIP leader, Nigel Farage insisted the growing "row" over the poster would have not happened if Jo Cox had not been brutally killed. He said the timing was bad luck (which is unerverasly agreed by almost every one), that he was not racist, Jo Cox's death was unimportant in the debate, we was being witch-hunted, did not get why people were making a fuss, that the UK was full of useless immigrants and that the bloke that murmured Jo Cox's was not encourage or inspired by their hatred to all foringers (which is unerverasly agreed by almost every one).

Government peer, Baroness Warsi, left the anti-EU 'Brexit' camp and joined the pro-EU 'Remain' camp in disgust at the rowing racism in the anti-EU debate. The government's ex-London mayor candidate, Boris Johnson, told a BBC journalist he did not want a "narrow-minded, close-minded, inward-looking or discriminatory Brexit plan" when challenged over recent events.

Lead by the likes of Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson, they are thriving on the perfect storm made by the colliding refugee crisis, terrorist threat and continued global financial difficulty, believing a far right\Euroceptic political narrative that bore little resemblance to the empirical truth as the parties' supposed experts conflated issues as gave broad brush stroke answers to any questions that applied to the crucial issues they didn’t want to confront or were found to be confused about.

The EU vs. a Brexit[]

Some Tories and many UKIP members wanted a mass passport stripping and\or expulsion of EU nationals, especially Poles, along with Syrian and Iraqie refugees from the UK. 

Both NATO and the USA became concerned that things would finaly end in a isolationist UK brawling with a gaggle of post-EU Faschist European nations would ruin the alliance and undermine the world's operation to Vladmir Putin. Israel has backed the American's comments. The G7, OECD, Toyota, HSBC and IMF are also concerned by the risk of Europe's economy being torn apart by infighting. 

  • France- End immigration treaties and expel its illegal immigrants in to the UK. Blockade the UK, like the USA did Cuba in the Cold War.
  • EU- End cut price mobile phone roaming fees, charge a massive surcharge on UK holiday bookings in the EU nations and expel the UK from the EEA.
  • Italy- Blockade the UK, like the USA did Cuba in the Cold War?
  • Hungary- Cease UK assets in Hungary and violently expelled British people.
  • Poland- Have a anti-UK mass passport stripping and\or expulsion of UK nationals, especially if the UK dose it to Poles living in the UK. Eventualy a USA vs. Cold War Cuba style blockaded, if not a war in due time. 
  • Spain- Conquer the Rock of Gibraltar. Blockade the UK, like the USA did Cuba in the Cold War.
  • IMF- Drive Greece in to bankruptcy.
  • Germany- Destroy the European as well as UK economy, invade the UK and declare, start racist persecution of the British on racist lines and declare the EU a French\German run de-facto (republican) empire with Germany in charge.
  • Ireland- End all relations with the UK
  • Ryan Air - End all new projects in the UK
  • Luxembourg for the EU as a whole-
    • Ban UK trade with the EU or the imposition of heavy trade tariffs;
    • Throw out all British citizens.
    • Support for Spain’s racist claim over Gibraltar;
    • Encourage French and German and ban English;
    • Withdrawal of British eligibility for Interail and ERASMUS placements;
    • A ban on BBC period dramas.
    • Undermine City of London and shift the EU’s financial hub to Frankfurt or Paris;
    • Deportation of British criminals in EU prisons to Turkey, in exchange for refugees in Turkey.

Euroseceptic informal\illicit response to Brexit[]

  • A 500% rise in racist attacks, especially Jews, French, Poles, Arabs, Muslims and Ukrainians.
  • The volentery, if not forced violent (in the Soke of Peterborough and Huntingtonshire) expulsion of non-natives, especial Poles, Arabs, Muslims and Jews.
  • Promote the far right across Europe, especially the AfD of Germany, the Front Nacional of France and Jobik of Hungary.
  • Persecute Remain voters.
  • Start encouraging relations with New Zealand and Iran.
  • Demand free heath care in France for tourists, but denies the same to French in the UK.

EU official\unconstitutional response to Brexit[]

  • Germany- Banned from trade with the EU as a whole. Demands all the duties of EU membership, but none of the privileges. Threatens to sever relations and even close embassy.
  • France- Banned from trade with the EU as a whole. Demands all the duties of EU membership, but none of the privileges.
  • Italy- Banned from trade with the EU as a whole. Demands all the duties of EU membership, but none of the privileges.
  • Spain- Banned from trade with the EU as a whole. Demands all the duties of EU membership, but none of the privileges. Threatens to sever relations and even close embassy.
  • Slovakia- Business as usual.
  • Ireland- Business as usual.
  • Poland- Business as usual.
  • German Auto-industry- Business as usual.
  • German government- business as usual.
  • Denmark- A call for compromise and a trade deal similar to the EU-Canada one or EEA membership.
  • EU president Donald Tusk- A call for compromise and a trade deal similar to the EU-Canada one or EEA membership.

Brexit: The Movie[]

Brexit: The Movie is a crowdfunded 2016 British documentary film written and directed by Martin Durkin, advocating for the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union, commonly called "Brexit" (a portmanteau of "Britain" or "British" and "exit").

The European Union: In or Out[]

The European Union: In or Out is a British television debate that was first broadcast on BBC Two on 2 April 2014. The hour-long live debate between Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage was hosted by David Dimbleby. Questions came from the audience, with an equal number of people for and against British membership of the European Union. A radio debate between Clegg and Farage on LBC, hosted by Nick Ferrari, was broadcast one week before the televised debate.

The debate was broadcast ahead of the European Parliament election, 2014 and was set across the backdrop of a proposed referendum on United Kingdom membership of the European Union.

According to a 2017 BBC documentary[]

According to a 2017 BBC documentary panorama life in immigration town raised the following points about life in 2017 in Slough.

  1. Spanish moved over here to flee their dying nation*.
  2. Council houses are not given preferentially to Eastern Europeans.
  3. The ethnic groups are ~34% Anglos, ~51% Poles and ~24% the rest of the world\non-white British.
  4. Poles and Romanians are willing to flog themselves harder than Anglos\Blacks\Asians in factories who'a Anglo bosses are Anglophobeic anyhow.
  5. Roma are a disorderly and misunderstood rabble nobody loves anyhow.
  6. Asians think Roma are rude.
  7. Blacks said they came in the 1950s when the government wanted extra labour, but the Poles now come to act as cheap labour for mean bosses.
  8. No one welcomed or wanted the Poles in 2007 or 2017**.
  9. Anglos want to leave since they are immigrant phobic.
  10. Slough is booming, but on the back of a large and willing pool of Slavic slave*** labour.
  11. The Poles think they have the right and duty to take over. They think Anglos are a inferior people.
  12. The self proclaimed national loyalties are:
    1. Roma= British\Roma and or Romania.
    2. Poles= British\Polish (kids and teens), but Polish (adults)
    3. Romanians= British (kids)
    4. Blacks= British (adults)
    5. Coloreds= British (adults)
    6. Asians= British (adults)
    7. Anglos= British (adults)
    8. Irish= No interviews
    9. Italians= No interviews
    10. French= No interviews

.*They now beat up our ex-pats in Spain (as of 2012). .** Who don't like Anglos either by 2017. .*** Better than what they got back homeland (as of 2012).

EU regional aid Vs Ebbw Vale in Wales[]

The A465 road Heads of the Valleys road has many places like Ebbw Vale and Abergavenny along its route. It has loads of regional aid that has come over the years after the mines and steel mills closed. All Eurosceptics deny this at least in part if not in whole. UKIP has erronusly said at times to the locals that the region is being flooded by non-white and\or Islamic militant immigrants. Ebbw Vale is 98% local Welsh, 99.0%, all Welsh and 99.1% all types of White (overwhelming British with the odd Australian, New Zealander, S. African, Canadian, Pole, Irishman, Frenchman, German, Portuguese and American). Islam, Buddhism and Hinduism have under 1.00% of the population, who are mostly Christian, Agnostic or godless.

Blaenau Gwent has the highest level of severe child poverty in Wales, as revealed by statistical data according to a report by Save the Children.

According to the United Kingdom Census of 2011, 5,284 residents of the county (or 7.8%) can speak the Welsh language, in comparison with 6,417 speakers (or 9.5%) speakers in 2001.

Public panic, protests and riots[]

As the pro-Brexit lobby, President Deturte's victory, President Maduro's victory and Trump's victory show, if is used to whip up a crowd of frightened, economically devastated, gullible, prejudiced, desperate, ill educated or paranoid people then a politician can land slide to victory in a sea of public fear; possibly even dictatorship. They then stay in office via a mix of lies, tricky, intimidation and fear.

Demography in Boston, Lincolnshire[]


According to the 2001 census, there were 35,124 people residing in Boston town, of whom 48.2% were male and 51.8% were female. Children under five accounted for approximately 5% of the population. 23% of the resident population in Boston were of retirement age. In the 2011 census the Borough of Boston had a population of 64,600 with 15% of the population having been born outside of the UK and 11% having been born in EU accession countries (2001-2011) such as Poland and Lithuania. The non-white population made up 2.4% of the total population in 2011.


80% of the population are Christians, the next highest religious minority were Hindus making up 0.7%.

Brexit vote[]

It voted 75.5% for Brexit and is almost entirely racial segregated between White English locals, Other White British and non-White British\immigrants.

The Brexit vote's immediate blowback[]

Some Eurosceptics wanted a mass passport stripping and\or expulsion of EU nationals, especially Poles, along with Syrian and Iraqie refugees from the UK. Both NATO and the USA became concerned that a isolationist UK brawling with a gaggle of post-EU Neo-Nazi/Neo-Faschist European nations would ruin the alliance and undermine the world's operation to Vladimir Putin. Israel has backed the American's comments. The G7, OECD, Toyota, HSBC and IMF are also concerned by the risk of Europe's economy being torn apart by infighting. 

2010s UK antisemitism debacle[]

Any sine of counter-Zionism of antisemitism as of 2010 has lead to Labour being officially condemned by parliament, the BNP getting knocked about a bit in the print media, UKIP getting slightly praised in the print media the other parties being ignored over it (mot that some like PC are legally bound by party policy no to hate Jews or any other race). 

False news sites[]

It is mostly the naive and daft people that fall for False news sites. In addition to this the European Populists, Eurosceptics, Trumpists, Brexitears and UKIP voters have recently shown they are particularly prone to taking anything that matches their political dogma and personal experiences at face value. They see 'truth' as a mirror of their beliefs and not a plausible scenario or reliable source issuing the information. They are obsessed beyond reason with story about immigration, celeb gossip, Islamic plots, communist (AKA- anything left of fascist) and\or Chinese conspiracy stories; thus risk crossing paths with the sort of topics and stories false news issue.

The generation factor[]

The collapsed standard of living among older people stirred anger amongst the baby boomer generation. They thought they could rebuild build the UK not for the nation's good, but for there own long turm personal gain. The Bishop of London, Richard Chartres, [Anger-bishop-tells-baby-boomer-Senior-church-cleric-dubbed-divisive-unfair-wrong-comments.html condemned babyboomers] and the way today’s ‘fortunate generation’ of retirees born between 1945 and 1965 were draining the nation and living for the most part in luxury.

Their kids were split between what could be termed as relatively normal folk and the Yuppies and or Blairites, who's reckless and semi-criminal boom soon collapsed. This was soon followed by a economically rigged come criminal insane global mess (of which the UK was a leading part of it) that led to a near fatal world collapse ~10 years later in 2008.

The Millennials, who are digitally native, generally enjoy living and working in urban areas, are ill withnarcissism, state\cooperate servile, obsessed with self-entitlement, politically detached, money grubbing, anti-green, ideologically void and sports mad. The non-compliant remnant of current teenagers and most kids are lost, going delinquent, dropping out of society, unwanted and without hope; since they are disowned by their parents and hated by there grand-parents (ironic realy, since this generation called their oldies trash in the 1960's and 1970s). The baby boomers now hate any one that is not them or vasselating to them, calling all change a teenage/immigrant plot against them (ironic realy, since this generation wanted to rewrite socialite's rules in the 1960's and 1970s). The new problem is that 18-45 year old men now regularly kill themselves, especially by suicide by train in the First Great Western zone of operation since ~2015!

The babyboomers condemned their parents for fighting in WW1 and WW2 rather than giving peace a chance, but were glad the Nazis' and Fascists' lost when they were young. It their youth they were marching in the name of peace, love, gay rights and racial unity; but now fall for the neo-Nazis spin and seek to repress the younger generations and entire non-white world, rather than just Nazis' and Fascists' enemies like Jews, gays and Slavs. The love of money, hatred of Mellenials and the desire to blame others for the failings of both them selves and Gen-X. The Bishop of London, Richard Chartres, condemned babyboomers and the way today’s ‘fortunate generation’ of retirees born between 1945 and 1965 were draining the nation and living for the most part in luxury, while Mellenials go with out.

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Also see[]

  1. "Little Englanders"
  2. 30 popular English Eurosceptic and nationalist myths and false beliefs
  3. 17 popular UK Cold War era geopolitical myths and false beliefs
  4. Popular UK tropes on Euroscaptics
  5. Threat construction
  6. A political diorama
  7. The political spectrum
  8. False news sites
  9. Popularisum
  10. How Governments become Authoritarian
  11. How to tell your election was rigged!?
  12. Wedge issues and political cleavage
  13. Politically Communist and/or Socialist
  14. Politically Fascist and/or Nazi
  15. Europe
  16. European Union
  17. The 3rd of September, 2019, Brexit debate
  18. 17 popular UK Cold War era geopolitical myths and false beliefs
  19. 30 popular English Eurosceptic and nationalist myths and false beliefs
  20. The (Jewish) Rothschild Family conspiracy theory
  21. Ebbw Vale Steelworks
  22. Politically Fascist and/or Nazi
  23. A prayer for Europe
  24. UK media bias 1991-2017
  25. Europe
  26. Eurosceptics
  27. European Union
  28. Politically Communist and/or Socialist
  29. UK media bias 1991-2017
  30. Ebbw Vale Steelworks
  31. A prayer for Europe
  32. The truth about air rage
  33. What women should wear in the Middle East
  34. The (Jewish) Rothschild Family conspiracy theory
  35. British racial stereotypes on Argentina
  36. Eurosceptics and "Little Englanders"
  37. The European Research Group (The ERG)
  38. How the Conservative Party of the UK has changed between 1980 and 2017!

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