The current situation in Europe is not something extraordinary. This was in some way predicted. Moreover, several times forecasts were made by people who had opposing views on the political system in this part of the world.
During the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century there's been a lot of propaganda by globalists and progressives against the very idea of nationhood -- that believing in the integrity of one's culture, one's history, the religion and
Trump’s victory in the United States is a reflection of the crisis of neoliberal globalization, the system that has dominated in the West for the last 25 years, especially since the collapse of the Soviet Union.
The concept of the “middle class” is crucial for the liberal-capitalist ideology.
The CHP (Republican People’s Party) represents more than a mere political party. It embodies the founding will of the Turkish Republic and the political legacy of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.
For decades during the Cold War, Turkish nationalism embodied the domestic fighting wing of NATO in Turkey. As the threat of communism was extinguished by 1991, nationalists lacked clear references to act politically.
Latvian ultranationalists will for sure exploit the situation in Britain by attracting new members to join ultra-nationalist organizations and movements - the youth is their main target.