Nice. These of course are considered rightist Nazi extremist xenophobes.
The European elections were a amazing success for the parties that want to save Europe from the EU. But of course, they still are a minority
In addition to immigration, there is the monetary problem, the Euro. It inevitabely will lead to disaster, be in in 1 month or 15 years. It will wipe out all savings, pensions, and maybe civility and has the potential of causing New Orleans-like riots. The longer it takes, the harder the fall, because debt increases at a huge speed, and Germany will have to pay for 100′s of Billions it guaranteed for.
Unfortunately, the dollar is doomed, too. Government lending is insustainable, and the moment other nations don’t just buy US printed paper money, the dollar is insustainable, can not even pay interest.
I think the video is confused since it conflates the EU with promotion of mass immigration and ‘multiculturalism’. Mass immigration and ‘multiculturalism’ will continue in Europe regardless of whether there’s an EU or not. It’s got nothing to do with the EU.
Also, I don’t know whether it is due to fear of stating their grievances openly or a simple oversight but when you complain of losing national sovereignty and mass immigration and multiculturalism in the context of denouncing the EU it obfuscates what exactly it is they’re complaining about. There’s a lot of white immigration between the various EU member states; are they complaining about THAT or are they complaining about the massive influx of third worlders? Americans watching this would assume they mean the latter but in a European context it’s a tad ambiguous whether they’re concerned about the loss of the distinctive ethnic culture of the EU member states due to open borders within Europe or the loss of White European identity in general due to massive third world immigration.
In many European countries complaining about the latter could get you imprisoned so the ambiguity here may well be intentional.