Denmark: More parties emerge from the ‘new right’. This time they are challenging the UN as well.
Some of the old parties can get stale and complacent with a seat at the table. However, few discuss the handcuffs placed on nation states by the UN conventions on refugees and statelessness.
The New Right has called for withdrawing from these UN conventions on migration that are outdated, reckless and interfere with a state’s ability to properly defend its people.
This is not radical but a must for one who claims to want to stop mass migration. We do not think it can be done without defying and ignoring the UN or Council of Europe.
The Danish People’s Party ran on an unapologetically anti-immigration platform, pushing Danish politics to the right by rejecting multiculturalism and opposing the transfer of sovereignty to Brussels. This was a nice start, but more is required.
They need competition in order to keep them from moving left (just as one sees in other countries like Croatia, Czechia and Germany).
It is no longer good enough to talk about defending the border and culture. People want results and what better way to restore the right of a nation to defend itself than by taking on the multicult globalists at the UN and Council of Europe.
They are not allies of Europe.