Percebam como a notícia sobre o ressurgimento dos partidos de direita na Europa é sempre acompanhado da palavra extremista. Os jornalistas falam em "partidos de extrema direita". Mas veja se você consegue ver na televisão jornalistas chamando algum partido de "extrema esquerda". A extrema esquerda teria acabdo, só existe a esquerda, que virou o normal e a direita, que foi destruída e também se destruiu aderindo às teses esquerdistas, virou extremismo.
Hoje, eu li um interessante texto de Melanie Phillips publicado no Jerusalem Post, ela especialista em falar sobre judaísmo e judeus, e hoje trata da questão dos partidos de direita que ressurgem na Europa.
Nem sempre concordo com Phillips, claro, acho que ainda não se desvencilhou do pensamento politicamente correto, mas gosto bastante dos textos dela, e ela, com este texto, conseguiu desmistificar bastante o surgimento destes partidos, que a mídia global, dominada pelo esquerdismo, procura destruir.
E, finalmente, eu concordo com ela: a solução é acabar com a União Europeia.
Vou colocar aqui parte do texto de Phillipps, leiam o arquivo completo no site do jornal:
As I see it: Europe’s more complicated problem
Some parties which surged, such as Greece’s Golden Dawn, Hungary’s Jobbik and Germany’s National Democratic Party (NPD), are undoubtedly fascist or bigoted. And France’s National Front, which avoids the open Jew-hatred of its founder, Jean-Marie Le Pen, nevertheless retains troubling undertones.
But others lumped in with these truly noxious parties by anti-Semitism-watchers are not racist or fascist at all. Britain’s UKIP wants Britain to leave the EU, restore its democratic self-government and preserve its national identity. In Italy, the former comedian Beppe Grillo’s Five Stars movement campaigns against political corruption.
In Denmark, the Danish People’s Party is against Islamization and non-Western immigration and wants to maintain the Danish monarchy and uphold the Danish constitution. In Finland, the Finns Party welcomes work-based immigration and requires immigrants to accept Finnish cultural norms.
All these parties are being smeared by association with truly racist and fascist groups as giving cause for concern. Two important errors are being made here. The first is to confuse the populist defense of national identity with fascism and bigotry. The second is to assume that only the EU stands between us and the fascist hordes.
In fact, it’s the EU that has created all these groups, both populist democrats and anti-democrats.
The EU was founded in the wake of World War II on the assumption that nationalism was the cause of fascism. Subsume national identity by pooling sovereignty among member states, went the thinking, and nationalism would be abolished and with it prejudice and war.
The EU’s supra-identity necessarily entailed the free movement of populations between those member states. That in turn reinforced the idea of multiculturalism, which meant that no culture could assert its values over any other.
This was supposed to outlaw bigotry. Instead, it outlawed all those who wanted to uphold their national identity and culture and give it political expression through democratic self-government.
There is nothing inherently racist to want to preserve your country’s cultural identity rather than see it transformed into a kind of international transit lounge by unlimited migration – or worse, steadily Islamized by radical Muslims who aim to colonize the West for Islam.
The way to nip the European neo-fascist movement in the bud is for Europe to become once again an alliance of self-governing nation-states.
Jews, meanwhile, should stop those knees from jerking and start to realize that Jew-hatred is not just a right-wing phenomenon.