Colin Hines

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In six months’ time Europe goes to the polls with the unsettling but unsurprising expectation of a deluge of support for extreme right parties and for Ukip – the extreme free market party (for everything except people). This inevitability stems from the austerity or austerity-lite policies of the ruling right, left and centre that worsen the economic insecurity of the majority. Another huge political turn-off for most Europeans is the political establishment’s view that the uncontrolled flow of citizens across its border is an unchallengeable force of EU nature, akin to gravity. Watch electoral support for the establishment crumble further after 1 January as the public responds to the predicted increase of migrants from Romania and Bulgaria.…  Seguir leyendo »