Voice Of Europe
February 7, 2019
Ever since the leftist coalition’s soft coup last summer, Spain’s immigration policy changed dramatically overnight as we covered in detail at the time. Consequently, as has happened across The West when immigration policies unravel and begin to import chaos in massive numbers, voters turn to the more conservative parties for solutions.
This has happened on a consistent basis since Brexit and Trump won the day in 2016 – in Hungary, Czech, Austria, Italy and it is now happening in Spain, too. Even in Sweden and Germany, the once dominant (globalist) Social Democrats have lost their hegemony, and France is experiencing the populist yellow jacket revolution to this day, three months after it started.
The latest polling numbers in Spain suggest that a centre-right coalition would easily regain key regions and their capital cities, such as Madrid and Valencia, which have been in leftist and/or leftist-separatist hands for four years.
This article was posted: Thursday, February 7, 2019 at 6:50 am