U.S President John F Kennedy once said that “Those who may peaceful revolution impossible, make violent revolution inevitable” and this appears to the situation brewing across the EU.
The EU Commission announced that it would implement mandatory energy saving measures on its vassal states this winter further embittering citizens already struggling with a deepening cost of living crisis.
Now protests and movements are beginning to come to fruition across the continent with rallies and demonstration in Holland, Belgium, France, Germany and Czechia with more countries likely to follow regardless of media blackouts and propaganda.
One of the measures adopted by the EU that is immiserating it citizens is the disastrous and backfiring sanctions war waged on Russia.
In Germany the Alternative for Germany (AfD) led mass demonstrations over the cost of living crisis calling for an end to the sanctions on Moscow.
Over the weekend, Xinhua News Agency reported that an estimated 70 000 people participated in a demonstration on Wenceslas Square in the capital Prague, waving the slogan “Czech Republic First”.
The Nehterland’s has seen weeks of mass demonstrations by the country’s farmers against EU measures to drive them off the land in the name of preventing “climate change”.
Ireland may well see public fury boil over soon as people are forced to choose between feeding their children or keeping them warm while the government devotes its attention and the taxpayers money to housing and caring for Ukrainian and other refugees while homelessness among Irish reaches new records every week.
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