The most recent polls show us that conservative, anti-mass/uncontrolled migration governments and parties in Poland and Hungary are getting record breaking support as the EU non-imperial empire starts to fracture.
Almost three quarters of Poles, 73%, support their President Andrzej Duda and think he’s doing well, don’t believe us this is according to a study by CBOS.
Only 17% of Poles ‘distrusted’ President Andrzej Duda.
In another survey by y IBRiS:
The governing party of Poland ‘Law and Justice Party (PiS)’ would scoop up 47% of the vote if elections were held this week. That is way ahead of its political rival, Civic Platform (PO).
Poland’s left-wing Civic Platform Party. The former party of Polish prime minister and now none other than president of the European Council Donald Tusk. would now get a paltry 22% almost half of what they did before.
The overall conclusion we can take from these polls is that Poles feel generally happy with their Conservative government and parties, they have rivalled the EU’s anti-mass migration policies at every turn. The Polish government has also reformed their judiciary, to stamp out any seeds of Communism, and the EU so claim is a threat to their democracy.
Looking at Poland’s Visegrád ally Hungary, Hungary’s Conservative-Christian coalition Fidesz/KDNP (Christian Democratic People’s Party ) hit an eight-year record breaking high a Tárki poll Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán government attracted 62% of Hungarians. That is four times more then second most popular party, Jobbik.
In another poll, Századvég found Fidesz/KDNP attracted 57% of Hungarians and that is up 5%.
Orbán, is almost certainly going to get re-elected on the 8th April, he has been a vocal supporter of Western culture/democracy, safeguarding Europe from Islamisation and protecting Christianity in Europe and just as vocal with his opposition to the EU’s plan for uncontrolled migration and the replacement of European people with citizens of the third-world. The Hungarian Prime Minister thinks these plans have been orchestrated by billionaire left-winger and open border activist, George Soros.
Patriotic populism seems to have centred in Central Europe, with Czechia (Czech Republic) electing Eurosceptic Andrej Babiš as their Prime Minister, and the people of Czechia re-elected Miloš Zeman as their President. This caused an uncontrollable in Brussels because Zeman offered the Czech people a Brexit-style referendum on membership of the European Union during his political campaign.
The populist wave continues across Europe. And in January Croatia defied the EU’s migrant quota and joined the like of Austria, Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia. Croatia chose self-determination wanted to exercise right to nation-state sovereignty and safeguard their borders and chose who they allow in.
Then in Italy, which has been plagued by migrants from North Africa, is set for polls in March and Italy’s populist Five Star Movement are top of the polls and then there is the anti-mass migration League & Silvio Berlusconi’s Forza Italia Party in third and fourth place.
Conservative-populism and anti-mass migration sentiment surges all across the European continent as more and more undocumented so-called migrants and immigrants arrive from the third-world and cause unprecedented damage to our culture, society and people. We must elect strong politicians with strong policies on immigration, terror, culture, law and border controls otherwise we shall cease to exist as the Western civilization we all hold so dear.