The last couple of centuries, Western Europe witnessed technological development and relative stability. Since the Napoleonic era, wars have been short, generally lasting only a few years. Afterwards, life returned to normal. This trend came to its ultimate climax after World War 2, granting Western Europe more than seven decades of continuous peace. This peace and stability has been an essential fundament to the rise of individualism. It was only once our grander conflicts ceased, that we could focus on our petty internal conflicts.
Official inflation in Germany has reached a staggering 4.5%. Germany hasn’t seen such price increases in nearly thirty years. One of the leading causes of the inflation is the increase in energy prices, which are dependent on the price of natural gas. Energy prices have risen 18.6% year over year.
This fall Europe has been surprised by a dramatic increase in gas prices. Prices have doubled, tripled, quadrupled, and simply continued to rise. Commentators struggle to explain this sudden price explosion, and they fail to see the one true cause. The European Union wishes to be ‘green‘. This desire to reduce CO2 emissions is what is driving up gas prices. But how?
Recently, the European Union has scaled up its struggle against Hungarian sovereignty. Laws against homosexual propaganda triggered the latest stir, but the real issue at hand is not one that has anything to do with the advertisement of sodomy in elementary schools.
Denmark is showing the world that if there’s a desire to curve immigration, then there are plenty of opportunities to do so. The Danes have little interest in watching their safe and happy welfare state getting sacrificed for the sake of multiculturalism and ‘diversity’.
Europa Terra Nostra is a Europe-wide organization promoting nationalism all over the continent. The website’s ‘about‘ tells us that “Europa Terra Nostra is a not-for-profit association constituted under and governed by Swedish law. The ETN’s current Board consists of Dan Eriksson (Chairman, Sweden), Ivan Bilokapic (Vice Chairman, Croatia) and Jens Pühse (Treasurer and Secretary General, Germany).” They gave the Clovis Institute an exclusive and eloquent interview, which you can read below. A big thanks to ETN and Sascha for participating in the interview.
Denmark, a country with 5.8 million inhabitants just north of Germany. Despite proximity, the Danish attitude is very different. Mette Frederiksen is Prime Minister of Denmark for the Social Democrats. Now, she announced that Denmark has the target of zero asylum seekers in Denmark, in order to protect social cohesion.