BLAIR THINK-TANK: Eurosceptic Parties To SURGE In 2018
Arch-Remoaner, active agent to subvert the will of the people and ex-Prime Minister Tony Blair has been humiliated by his own think-tank. The globalist Institute for Global Change has produced a report which said popularism could become the “new normal” in Europe and “transform public policy in radical ways”.
Since 2000, the share of the vote taken by populist parties has almost trebled since 2000, rising from 8.5 percent to 24.1 percent. In 14 countries, populist parties now participate in government compared to just 7 in 2000.
Looking at these trends, the report, commissioned by Mr Blair himself, concluded:
“In many countries, the trend line suggests that populists will continue to gain strength in the next round of elections.
“Populists could drive European politics into a more nationalist and protectionist direction.
In Italy, the report argued that the Eurosceptic 5* movement would do “very well” in the General Election to be held there on March 4th.
Meanwhile, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has issued a stark warning to the EU, saying that Europeans were “asserting themselves” and that the Eurocrats must heed the will of the people or “they’ll be forced to up sticks and hit the road”. He said a “wide gap” between the people and their leaders was in the long-term “unsustainable”.