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Recently, popular conservative host Tucker Carlson introduced Victor Orban to his audience. Mr. Orban is the Prime Minister of Hungary, one of the three Central European countries giving leftist totalitarians in the EU a run for their money – at least when it comes to the Union’s multicultural agenda. Victor Orban comes across as a very well spoken, stable and highly intelligent leader who doesn’t shy away from sharing his views on the Left’s insane rush to destroy whatever is left of Western Civilization. [un]Shockingly, the Communist Far Left and the anti-Semitic Far Right have joined forces against him, in a way mirroring the opposition against Donald Trump here in the United States and how he managed to unite the strangest of bedfellows in their hatred of his Pro-America vision.

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Much can be said about Mr. Orban, who has a been a pro-American ally since the 80’s when he was a vocal opponent of the Communist regime. He is a strong proponent of economic freedom (a.k.a. free market economy), he is pro-family, pro-Christian, and he is definitely opposed to allowing Islamic invaders into his country. The best the Left can do in their attempt to character-assassinate him is to groundlessly accuse him of being a “fascist”. The best global jihad can do is label him an “islamophobe”. Which is what they do with everyone who doesn’t submit to their agenda anyway, so really nothing new to see here.

But Victor Orban isn’t the only European Conservative Prime Minister the world needs to know about.

Meet Sebastian Kurz, Chancellor of Austria.

Mr. Kurz is the youngest head of state in the EU and has been called a “political wunderkind” by friend and foe alike. Not unlike Mr. Orban, Sebastian Kurtz has emerged as a strong Austria-first leader who has openly endorsed Austrian traditional culture, opposed the aggressive LGBTQ agenda, and even had the balls to start shutting down mosques while kicking out imams with proven ties to jihad. Definitely a major “islamophobe” if you ask the jihadis.

Let’s hear him in his own words:

“The EU must focus much more strongly on the problem of political Islam in the future,” Kurz told the German daily Die Welt in an interview. “I hope we will see an end to this misunderstood tolerance and that all countries in Europe will finally realize how dangerous the ideology of political Islam is for our freedom and the European way of life.  The EU must, with utmost determination and unity, wage a war against Islamist terror, but particularly against its political base, that is to say political Islam.””

Wait, what? Did I hear right? A European leader speaks out against Islam and takes a stand for his people?

We’ve talked about Austria before on our podcast, here and here. I encourage you to listen to my interview with Austrian activist Elizabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff. It will give you a pretty good idea as to how deep are the issues when it comes to Europe, freedom of speech and the ongoing islamization thereof. But having someone like Chancellor Kurtz at the helm of the nation that twice defended Europe against the Muslim armies, might be a reason for us to have hope that we haven’t seen the last in this civilizational conflict.

Last not least

Geert Wilders stands tall amongst his peers

even though he’s not an acting head of state. Or at least not yet.

If you haven’t heard about Geert Wilders and you’re wondering why isn’t there anyone in Europe like Winston Churchill who will be willing and able to fight the enemy to the last today and now, there is. His name is Geert Wilders. But don’t wait for this recognition to come from the treacherous EU politicians or the despicable left-wing media. Most likely decades will pass before Europe comes to its senses and realizes what an incredible leader we’ve had in our midst and they didn’t even know it.

Geert Wilders has been in politics for a long time. He trailblazed what today can be called modern European conservatism. From his opposition to Islam and Muslims immigration, to his support for Israel and America, Mr. Wilders is one of a kind. He has poked the terrorist global jihad so deeply in the eye that living a normal life is impossible for him and his family. He lives under 24/7 security protection and his office in Parliament is specially outfitted with anti-terrorist attack features.

Defenders of Western Civilization or ‘Islamophobes’?

Have you wondered why you never hear people like Victor Orban, Sebastian Kurtz and Geert Wilders speak for themselves? Why aren’t their voices being heard? They aren’t the only ones but they are a good example that that even if you become a head of state, the leftist terrorist media will do anything in their power to prevent you from getting your message out. The same was true of Donald Trump and continues to be even more true today after he was demonstratively de-platformed by all almost social media.

The Left despises today’s champions of Liberty. They are terrified by their success.

Are they Defenders of Western Civilization or “Islamophobes”?

I think you know the answer. To those of us who know who we are and who cherish our identity as free people whose liberties come from God, we cheer leaders like Donald Trump, Victor Orban, Sebastian Kurz, and Geert Wilders. We are inspired by leaders who aren’t afraid to speak publicly what the majority of us think, believe and want. We don’t care if the terrorist left will label them or us, their supporters as “Islamophobes”. In fact, it’s about time we begin to wear this label with pride!

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Indian journalist Ravi Shanker Kapoor has penned quite an accurate analysis of a paradigm shift that might be taking place in Europe after many years of Muslims waging jihad against innocent civilians. I say “might be” because we’ve heard Europe’s spineless politicians talk a lot in the past and do nothing about your next door Jihadi’s terror cell.

Sebastian Kurtz is indeed a God-sent given the seeming paralysis of the entire Western European system of governance in the face of an existential threat. With France and Austria getting hit hard during the latest jihadist attacks, the tide might be turning. We’ll see.

With a little bit of common sense, courage, and a survival instinct, it shouldn’t be too hard for Western European leaders to turn this little change of attitudes into an actual paradigm shift.

The leaders of Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic have already demonstrated how this is done. It’s interesting how we don’t hear of any beheadings, FGM scandals or Muslim gang raping in these countries. Oh wait, could it be because there are hardly any Muslims there and even fewer mosques?

Hmm, this is so hard to figure out isn’t it?

Why do Indians understand the Islamic threat and why are they cheering leaders like Sebastian Kurtz? It’s because they know very well what Islam does to a people – Muslims began the subjugation of the Indian subcontinent in 711 CE and killed over 400 million Hindus over the course of 1,000 years – the greatest genocide in human history. Sadly, most Europeans and Americans remain ignorant of Islam’s bloody history and crimes against humanity.

George


Here’s Ravi Shanker Kapoor’s article:

Sebastian Kurz’s fight against radical Islam signifies Europe’s Rightward turn

New Delhi, Nov 14 (IANS): Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurzs resolve to take on radical Islam, close on the heels of French President Emanuel Macrons tough stand against Islamic terrorism, signifies a change of mood in European politics.

The entire continent has suffered Muslim fundamentalists for decades, their cantankerousness and vehemence growing over the years. Till some time ago, anybody standing up to them was vilified by the mainstream media and intellectuals as racist and Islamophobic. The anti-jihad politicians and writers were denounced as far-Right — a wide-spectrum term of denunciation. That is changing now.

The Austrian cabinet has “agreed on a wide range of anti-terrorism measures meant to plug perceived security flaws identified after a deadly attack by an Islamic extremist in Vienna last week,” the Daily Mail reported.

“The proposals include the ability to keep individuals convicted of terror offences behind bars for life, electronic surveillance of people convicted of terror-related offenses upon release and criminalising religiously motivated political extremism,” the report said.

“Kurz said the measures, which will be brought before parliament in December for a vote, take a two-pronged approach, targeting both terror suspects and also the ideology that drives them.”

Had a European head of government made such an announcement five years ago, he would have been hauled over the coals by the opposition, MSM, and other opinion makers — not just in his or her own country but all across the world. Kurz has been spared such opprobrium, for the mood vis-a-vis radical Islam has changed.

People and, more importantly, top politicians no longer believe that Muslim terrorists are impoverished, ‘alienated’ youth who murder innocent people because of racism. Of course, editorialists of several MSM organisations still peddle this pernicious theory, but it finds few subscribers.

Macron has surely signed off from the subscription, much to the chagrin of Islamists like Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan.

They reacted violently, with Erdogan taunting that his French should get “his mental health tested.” He also called for the boycott of French products.

Khan tweeted, “Sadly, President Macron has chosen to deliberately provoke Muslims, including his own citizens, and encouraged the display of blasphemous cartoons targeting Islam and the Holy Prophet (Muhammad).”

German Chancellor Angela Merkel — who refused to acknowledge the menace that radical Islam is — too has seen the light. She backed Macron.

Her spokesman said, “They are defamatory comments (by Erdogan and Khan) that are completely unacceptable, particularly against the backdrop of the horrific murder of the French teacher Samuel Paty by an Islamist fanatic.”

Interestingly, public intellectuals were supportive of Macron and Merkel in the past, as they though that the two leaders were bulwarks against rising tide of far-Right politics.

Even Kurz was approved by The Washington Post as a conservative leader who had “reinvented himself” by shunning his more Rightwing political associates.

“Austria’s 33-year-old Sebastian Kurz appears set to become the youngest head of government in the world — for the second time — after his conservative party and the Austrian Green party announced a coalition agreement on Wednesday,” the newspaper wrote on January 2 this year (https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2020/01/02/world-is-likely-get-new-youngest-government-leader-hes-familiar-face/).

Kurz became Austrian chancellor for the first time at 31 in 2017, but lost office when a scandal triggered a breakup with his far-right coalition partner last May.

“Seven months on, however, Kurz has reemerged and reinvented himself. Whereas in 2017 he was criticised for undermining European values with his embrace of the far right, he is now being hailed as the leader of a liberal-conservative political experiment that could be repeated elsewhere on the continent,” The Washington Post wrote.

In other words, the liberal establishment regards Kurz as a regular leader. He is certainly no Marine Le Pen or Geert Wilders, who could be conveniently dismissed as Islamophobes.

In short, it is not the Right in Europe that has been mainstreamed; mainstream politics has turned Rightward. This is one bit of good news in this dreadful year.

Source: http://www.daijiworld.com/news/newsDisplay.aspx?newsID=771558