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The European spring – civil war – has begun
By Sonja van den Ende – January 8, 2019
In Dutch (printed in Belgium by the Uitpers :http://www.uitpers.be/…/europese-lente-burgeroorlog-is-be…/…
It really started, the uprising, which I will call the “European Spring”, a variation of the Arab, with the big difference that the Arab was a set-up plan and after thorough investigation, this rebellion is NOT a Soros plan or “left” plan. It is the uprising of the people, who are totally fed up with elite politicians and have seen their standard of living go down for years. Add the “refugee crisis” the recipe for revolt is ready.
Did we not predict that a few years ago, when the Western European countries went to war against Afghanistan, then Iraq, the destruction of Libya and finally the war in Syria? ! Then the election of Trump, simply because the American people suffered under the regime of its own governments, not that Trump will solve anything, but it was a sign. This is the sign that Western Europeans are fed up with the Liberal culture of culture and the dictatorial policy of the EU.
The European Union, an institution were citizens do NOT have a say or vote, is deciding for them and not with them. That is called a multi-dictatorship, which the elite presents us as a democracy, a democracy is a sovereign country, where the will of the people happens. Therefore, it is time for revolt!
An overview of the events per country
France: Of course I start with France, there it started, just like in 1789, the French revolution.
An online petition posted in May 2018 reached 300,000 signatures in mid-October 2018 and was followed by regular mass demonstrations that began on November 17. The reason was the rising fuel prices, the high cost of living and a disproportionate burden of the government’s tax reforms on the working and middle class, especially in the rural areas, also in the other Western European countries first the rural areas were affected, Germany and Belgium are good examples of this.
The protesters have demonstrated for lower fuel taxes,