By Frank Fountaine
The New World Order suffered a bit of a slow down over the weekend as new nationalistic parties voted the globalists out. The message was clear-a globalized Europe was not working for many Europeans.
Two tidal waves of thought captured European voters a few days ago. The left wave (Green Party) wanted environmental policies enacted while the right wave demanded sovereignty among nations and immigration put in check. Voting turnout was at its highest in decades. The Greens took 70 seats out of 751 seats in the European Parliament while the far-right parties took twenty-five percent of the Parliament. Italy's Salvini and France's LaPen yielded serious influence. Globalists complained that these are parties were meant to obstruct the E.U.
Will the results slow down globalization? Who knows? Just ask the Brits who voted for Brexit in 2016. They still have not got it. Nigel Farage and his party won 29 seats in the EU Parliament alone. Teresa May is supposed to step down and a new date of October 31, 2019 is meant to be the new Brexit deadline for Britain's exit out of the EU. We'll see if this date sticks.
All talk, constant delays, and no action suggest exactly what I've been worried about-New World Order. Will these elections matter? They don't seem to mean anything anymore in both Europe and America.