Cyril Haearn wrote:
Like in France, not sure if they are on the far left or the far right
or just voters dissatisfied with normal parties
It seems to me this (by now) mass movement is railing against disparity between rich and poor, high taxing, pro globalist, polluting regimes who believe the electorate are idiots and will not say boo, never mind revolt.
This could be the greatest miscalculation in Europe since 1939, when it looked for all the world that the Germans were just fascist idoits in sharp uniforms, a localised phenomenon and not likely to spread.
My hope is that it does
spread Europe wide and we get rid of these self serving pro global compact idiots, before it's too late to do so.
We're going to a restaurant this afternoon where the French waiter speaks 5 languages fluently, including English and Russian, provides a fantastic table service and all on 10 euros an hour. How can that be at all fair, or equitable?