While the United States is grappling a surge in leftist New Fascism against the conservative President, European young’n’s are primed and ready for a different type of revolution.
The New Fascist miscreants of the U.S. have been squarely targeting President Donald Trump and the American conservative uprising in recent weeks. Their violent “protests”, which are far closer to hate-fueled lynch mobs, are indicative of their hopes for a new segregation movement in this country. Constant resistance to the tidal wave of conservative reality in America has led many to believe that a national conflict could soon saunter over the horizon.
In Europe however, things are a bit more complicated.
Great Britain’s decision to leave the European Union has spawned a horde of anti-E.U. sympathizers the continent over. Combined with the European Union’s insistence that member nations blindly receive refugees from the Middle East, including undercover ISIS operatives, has created a massive air of contention between the old guard and the young people of Europe. Now, a new poll shows that those same millennials are more than ready to rise up against the elite, globalist pigs that are dictating these anti-sovereignty motions.
“A whopping 580,000 respondents in 35 different countries were asked; ‘Would you actively participate in large-scale uprising against the generation in power if it happened in the next days or months?’
“More than half of 18- to 34-year-olds said that they would.
“The sentiment is likely to be driven by a number of factors, including Europe’s chronic rates of youth unemployment, which have spiked as high as over 50% in Greece and Spain.
“The Quartz study also pinpoints “voter apathy” and being ‘sick of the status quo’ as reasons for why so many young people are ready to engage in civil unrest.”
The E.U. has been in dire straits ever since the Brexit vote occurred, with their governmental overreach being called into question by a number of member nations. Specifically, threats against Poland and Hungary for their refusal to take in Syrian asylum seekers due to terrorism concerns has caused a massive rift on the continent. Globalist shills such as German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron have both threatened sanctions against the two outlier nations for their refusal to open their borders, willy nilly, to these potentially dangerous travelers.