Leaders of the Europe of Nations and Freedom group (ENF) in the European Parliament will meet next month in Prague to discuss a new European model of cooperation that doesn’t involve open borders, mass migration, and ukases from Brussels.
I was looking at the ENF entry in Wikipedia, and noticed that there were no Hungarians in the group. This is because MEPs for Fidesz (Viktor Orbán’s party) are in fact part of the European People’s Party group (EPP), which includes the German Christian Democrats — that is, Angela Merkel’s party.
One can only hope that Mr. Orbán and Fidesz come to their senses, jump ship from the EPP, and team up with Geert Wilders, Matteo Salvini, Marine Le Pen, and other like-minded patriots who fight to preserve the European nation-states.
Anti-migration parties will meet up in Prague. Le Pen, perhaps Wilders, will discuss cooperation
Prague — Leaders of European anti-immigrant parties will meet up in the Czech metropolis. They will look for a new model of cooperation. The parties that will take part in the summit together form the political group Europe of Nations and Freedom (ENF) in the European Parliament. They are united in their skepticism towards European integration, nationalism, and an opposition to migration.
The meeting, in which will participate for example the leader of the French National Front, Marine Le Pen, and Geert Wilders, the Dutch opponent of Islam, will take place in mid-December, the president of the movement Freedom and Direct Democracy (SPD) Tomio Okamura announced today.
“A new model of European cooperation will be discussed — the closest possible cooperation of sovereign countries, without being dictated to by Brussels, on the basis of mutual benefit,” Okamura described this event, which he brought to the attention of the website Aktualne.cz today.
In addition to Le Pen and Wilders, the president of the Italian Northern League, Matteo Salvini, and representatives of the Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ) will also arrive in Prague. According to Okamura, the participation of the chief of the Austrian Freedom Party, Heinz-Christian Strache, is uncertain due to negotiations regarding the formation of a government. Representatives from the fraction ENF from Romania, Poland, Belgium and Great Britain will also arrive at the conference.
Okamura’s SPD had pointed to good relationships with similarly oriented parties earlier. Le Pen, for example, supported such a movement prior to the parliamentary elections which took place in Czechia a few weeks ago.
For the event, a hall with the capacity of a thousand seats has been booked, and has already been filled, said Okamura. The conference will last for two days, and will start on Friday the 15th of December. The main event will take place on Saturday. First the internal discussions of the ENF group will take place. The afternoon part of the meeting will then only be open to invited members and supporters of parties brought together in ENF.