"...I think this is a trend in Europe now... look at leaders like Macron or Mark Rutte who just lost a big vote to the farmers....he lost it because he doesnt care about the people in the Netherlands he wanted to pass through this climate agenda that the globalist and the EU were forcing him to do... when you look at these leaders they have got to a point where in a way they are signaling "you know what? we really don't care about the people in the Netherlands or the people in France: our priority is to please the global institutions...at the end of the day this is were the power is this is were the centralization is happening: what am I going to do being a president which is a defacto governor of an EU member state?...wheres the power in that?"
-This has essentially become the way of all national politicians: Take on the electorate who voted for you by pushing some element of the globalist agenda against their wishes. Set yourself up as a brave opponent of the rif-raf to get yourself noticed by the capitalist elite then even if you fail to shaft the plebs, you've proven yourself "onside" and can then play for a sinecure as head of some European US Western un-elected "international" organisation NGO or quango.
The whole process can be seen in miniature in Scotland with Sturgeon and the Gender Reform Bill which was never proposed in any manifesto and indeed was opposed by the public in every poll ever taken but achieved cross party support (i.e. they are all aware that this policy is part of the elite agenda) and thus it became the SNP's flagship policy in the "Ram in down the public throat" approach.
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