Hungary Becomes First European Country To Ban Rothschild Banks


Hungary have become the first European country to officially ban all Rothschild banks from operating in the country. 

In 2013, Hungary began the process of kicking out the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and agreed to repay the IMF bailout in full in order to rid the country of the New World Order banking cartel. reports:

A kindly worded letter from Gyorgy Matolcsy, the head of Hungary’s CentralBank , asked Managing Director, Christine Lagarde of the International Misery Fund, as some have fondly nicknamed it, to close the office as it was not necessary to maintain it any longer.

The Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, seemed keen to ease off austerity measures and prove that the country could go it alone. It in fact issued its first bond in 2011, borrowing off the global markets.

Hungary borrowed €20 billion loan to avoid becoming insolvent during the economic crisis in 2008. But the debtee debtor relationship has not been smooth sailing.

Many criticised the Prime Minister as making an ill-advised decision in order to win an election, which was due in 2014. He also wanted to refrain from having too many foreign eyes on their economic policies, as many reforms were criticised as being undemocratic.

Paying the loan back early has meant Hungary have saved €11.7 million worth of interest expenses, but Gordan Bajnai, leader of the electoral alliance E14-PM, claimed that they had actually lost €44.86 million by March 2014 because of the early repayment as all they did was replace the loan from the International Mafia Federation (another nickname, we’re still talking about the IMF here) with a more expensive one, labelling the stunt as Propaganda .

And what made further nonsense; another loan at high interest rates was signed to finance a nuclear upgrade, which will mean not only higher repayments but also high electricity costs. But they do have economic sovereignty now.

Many have claimed that the IMF AKA ‘Imposing Misery and Famine’, are owned by the Rothschild group, the biggest banking group in the world, having their fingers in almost every central bank in the world. This means that not only do they make money off usurious interest rates at the misfortune of crumbling economies, they also literally own Governments and people of power – I mean they have considerable influence.

Escaping the banking clutches is therefore, iconic. Iceland joined Hungary in 2014 when it paid back its $400 million loan ahead of schedule after the collapse of the banking sector in 2008 and Russia, of course bowing down to no Western puppeteer, freed itself in 2005, one wonders what other strings are attached though — and how long it will be before the international bankers wheedle their way back in.

The return of these three countries to financial independence has been said to be the first time a European country has stood up to the international fund, since Germany did so in the 1930s. Greece is anxiously trying to make payments but missing them as we all stand on the sidelines routing for them to stick two fingers up to the ‘International M***** F******’.

“US Instructors” Training Syria Militants for False Flag Chemical Attack, to Justify Airstrikes


Russia’s Defense Ministry says “US instructors” are training militants to stage false flag chemical attacks in south Syria. The incidents are said to be a pretext for airstrikes on Syrian government troops and infrastructure.

“We have reliable information at our disposal that US instructors have trained a number of militant groups in the vicinity of the town of At-Tanf, to stage provocations involving chemical warfare agents in southern Syria,” Russian General Staff spokesman General Sergey Rudskoy said at a news briefing on Saturday.

“Early in March, the saboteur groups were deployed to the southern de-escalation zone to the city of Deraa, where the units of the so-called Free Syrian Army are stationed.”

“They are preparing a series of chemical munitions explosions. This fact will be used to blame the government forces. The components to produce chemical munitions have been already delivered to the southern de-escalation zone under the guise of humanitarian convoys of a number of NGOs.”

The planned provocations will be widely covered in the Western media and will ultimately be used as a pretext by the US-led coalition to launch strikes on Syria, Rudskoy warned.

“The provocations will be used as a pretext by the United States and its allies to launch strikes on military and government infrastructure in Syria,” the official stated.

“We’re registering the signs of the preparations for the possible strikes. Strike groups of the cruise missile carriers have been formed in the east of the Mediterranean Sea, Persian Gulf and Red Sea.”

Another false flag chemical attack is being prepared in the province of Idlib by the “Al-Nusra Front terrorist group, in coordination with the White Helmets,” Rudskoy warned. The militants have already received 20 containers of chlorine to stage the incident, he said.

The US military has dismissed the accusations raised by the Russian Defence Ministry. Pentagon spokesman Adrian Rankine-Galloway described Rudskoy’s statement as “extremely absurd,” RIA Novosti reported.

Moscow and Damascus have repeatedly warned about upcoming chemical provocations, and have highlighted that banned warfare agents have been used by the militants. Earlier this week, Syrian government forces reportedly captured a well-equipped chemical laboratory in Eastern Ghouta. Footage from the facility has been published by the SANA news agency. The installation contained modern industrial-grade hardware of foreign origins, large amounts of chemical substances as well as crude homemade munitions ad their parts.

Watch Victor Orbán’s Speech On The Engineered European Migrant Crisis


Hungary’s PM, Victor Orbán, speaking in Budapest on the 170th anniversary of the Revolution of 1848, and in the run-up to the national elections.

He spoke about the ‘migrant crisis’ being intentionally forced upon Hungary and wider Europe, speaking of the deliberate use of open-door mass migration to erode and replace Western national identity; intended to dissolve nation states and supersede the fundamental Western systems of democracy and constitutionality, as well as bring about a superstate of migrant-fueled cheap labor.


A rousing nationalist speech by Orbán, and a solemn call to arms against the encroaching bureaucratic Globalist threat.

Here’s a few key excerpts from the 26 minute speech:

The biggest clash between freedom and tyranny ever.

“They want to take away our country! Not with a stroke of the pen, like they did 100 years ago at Trianon [WW1 treaty that divided up Hungary]. Now — In just a couple of decades — they want us to hand it over willingly to others — to strangers from another continent, who do not speak our language, who do not respect our culture, our laws and our way of life. Who want to replace our way of life with theirs. From now on they do not want us and our descendants to live here, but someone else. There is no exaggeration in this! We can see it day by day, as great European peoples and nations, step by step, area by area, from city to city lose their homeland. The situation is such that those who do not stop the migration at their borders will be lost. Slowly but surely they will be consumed. All of this by external forces, international powers that are trying to force this upon us, with the help of their local allies, and they see the local election as a great opportunity for this. Never before have the nationalist and Globalist forces so openly strained against each other. On one side; us, the millions with national sentiments. On the other side, the elite world citizens. On one side; us, who believe in nation states, the defense of borders, in the value of families and work. And on the opposite side; those who want open societies, a world without nations and borders. Who want new types of families, devalued work, and cheap labour. Above them rules an army of inexorable, impenetrable, and unaccountable bureaucrats. The national and democratic forces on one side, the supranational, undemocratic forces on the other side. This is how the situation in Hungary looks 24 days before the election.”

It is time to abandon petty party politics and unite against the true threat.

“If the country is no longer Hungarian, what is all the “orderliness” for? Let’s not delude ourselves [refers to Earl Széchenyi’s sentence]: we do not have to fight against the anemic opposition parties, but an international network that has been organised into an empire. Media financed by foreign groups, and a domestic oligarchy, professional activists for rent, agitators, organizers of riot, chains of NGOs paid by international speculators, which can be summed up with George Soros’ name – since he personifies it. This is the world we must fight against, to defend our own. A good soldier does not fight because he hates the opponent before him, but because he loves what is behind him; loves Hungary and the Hungarian people. Respected celebrators, we came from Christian culture; we differentiate between the man and his deeds. We never hated and we will never hate anybody. Just the opposite. We continue to believe in the power of love and unity. But we will fight against what George Soros’ empire does and wants to do against our country. This is our home, this is our life, so we will fight to the end for it and never give up, ever!”

They want to dilute and replace the people of Europe. Deceptive Globalist opponent not straightforward to fight. Fight nihilism.

“Europe is already under an invasion. If we let it, in the coming decades tens of millions will begin to move into Europe from Africa and the Middle East. Western Europe is watching this with their hands in the air. Whoever puts his hands up is disarming himself. He is no longer making decisions about his fate. The history of the losers will be written by others in the years ahead. The young people in Western Europe will see it, when they become a minority in their own country, and they lose the only thing in the world that they can call home. Such forces as now reveal themselves have not been seen in the world for a long time. Africa will have ten times more young people than Europe, if Europe does nothing, they will kick down the doors and Brussels will not protect Europe, they do not want to stop the migration, but rather support it and organize it. They want to dilute and replace the people of Europe! They [Brussels] throw away our life, our culture, and everything that separates and differentiates us Europeans from other nations of the world. It is a meager consolation that the European nations will not forgive those leaders who — without asking the people — totally changed Europe. Let us be proud that we were the ONLY country in the entire Union that asked the people if they want mass immigration. I know this struggle is hard for everyone, I understand it if some are scared. It’s understandable because we must fight an opponent who is very different than we are. Not with a level playing field, but by hiding. Not straightforward, but crafty. Not fair, but excremental. Not nationalist, but internationalist. Who does not believe in honest work, but in financial speculation; who does not have a homeland, because he feels he owns the whole world. He is not generous, but vengeful, and he always attacks the heart, especially if it’s red, white and green [Hungary’s national colours]. In your life will come a moment when you realize you need a place, a language, a home, where one can be with his own. Safely surrounded by love, can live out his life. A place where you can return, a place where you can feel life is not without meaning, and even at the end, will not fall into nothingness. It will add and build onto the thousand-year-old great creation, which we simply call ‘homeland’, the Hungarian homeland. Respected Hungarian youngsters, your homeland now needs you! The homeland needs you; come and fight with us, so when the time comes that you need the homeland, you will still have it. Raise high the flags! Go and fight; long live Hungarian freedom, and long live the homeland. Up for victory, hoorah Hungary, hoorah Hungarians!”


Coercive Engineered Migration. Hungary and Europe’s Refugee Crisis


If aggression against another foreign country means that it strains its social structure, that it ruins its finances, that is has to give up its territory for sheltering refugees, what is the difference between that kind of aggression and the other type, the more classical type, when someone declares war, or something of that sort?

 Sawer Sen, India’s Ambassador to the UN

In an EU press conference on September 3rd, 2015 Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban candidly referred to the current refugee crisis in Europe as “Germany’s problem”. Orban was referring to the fact that refugees amassing at the border of Hungary were heading, for the most part, to Germany. The Hungarian Prime Minister stressed that most of the refugees did not intend to stay in Hungary. Orban has come under criticism for his decision to erect a security fence on the Hungarian/Serbian border in order to stem the flow of migrants entering Hungarian territory illegally.

While most of the European media have portrayed Orban as a xenophobic, far right dictator, the decision to erect a fence was carried out in compliance with EU regulations, which require that all immigrants entering the Shengen zone be registered by the police at the border. Yet, paradoxically, Brussels is criticizing the Hungarian Prime Minister for attempting to comply with EU laws!

France’s daily Le Monde refers to the Hungarian Prime Minister as the man who is attempting to ‘criminalise‘ illegal immigrants. It is indeed a strange country that would criminalize those who break its laws!

So why is Orban coming under fire? Since coming to power in 2010 Victor Orban has implemented domestic, social and political policies that run counter to those dictated by the EU commission. In 2013 Hungary closed down the office of the International Monetary Fund, bringing the country’s finance under state control.

The International Monetary Fund is a key institution of US/Zionist global governance and there are few countries who have escaped its clutches of permanent debt. Therefore, the decision of the Hungarian government to show the IMF the door was nothing short than an act of bold insubordination to US imperialism.

Hungary has also come under criticism for media laws which ban foreign interference from US propaganda outlets such as Voice of America, which the Hungarian government deems to be contrary to the public interest. Consequently, the European Union, which is perfectly happy to ban Iranian television stations, has criticized Hungary for violations of ‘freedom of speech’.

Orban told an audience in Chatham House in 2013 that he believed there was a “leftist and green conspiracy” in Europe against “traditional values”. Orban is no doubt referring to the constant tirades made by war mongering ‘leftist’ zionists such as EU MP Daniel Cohen Bendit against Hungary. Bendit has ironically called Orban the “Chavez of Europe”. This example of ideological name-calling epitomises the meaninglessness of the left/right political paradigm in the post-Soviet era.

Orban’s ‘nationalism’ is not an imperial project. It is, rather, a national philosophy which goes against, and weakens, imperialism. It is nationalism in the sense of national liberation from neo-colonial oppression in the form of international financial institutions and the EU.

Orban’s defense of ‘traditional values’ has brought him ideologically closer to the foreign policy agenda of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who visited the country in 2014. During Putin’s visit to Hungary, Orban praised the Russian leader’s role in attempting to find a peaceful solution to the Syrian war. In 2014 Orban told Hungarian media that the Ukrainian war was caused by the desire of the United States to gain control of Eastern Europe. He also pointed out that the United States wanted to draw Hungary into the crisis.

The Hungarian Prime Minister has made no secret of his desire to pursue an independent domestic and foreign policy. Hungary also has close ties to China and Iran. Therefore, to attempt, as some analysts have done, to portray Victor Orban as part of the reactionary, imperialist, xenophobic right is to oversimplify the complex interplay of ideological and geopolitical forces in the current global political arena and, in particular, the deep forces determining the generation and management of the refugee/migrant crisis. Therefore, to compare Orban’s opposition to immigration to that of British Prime Minister Theresa May is to oversimplify the matter.

British Prime Minister Theresa May plays up her opposition to immigration. But this has nothing to do with the real agenda of the British government. May’s anti-immigration policies are simply the appeal to xenophobia and migrant skepticism which the Tories require to maintain their electoral votes. May’s regime serves international finance capitalism in its most brutal form and finance capitalism needs constant immigration. Orban’s objections are based more on his conflict with finance capitalism and his criticisms of the liberal ideology driving globalisation.

Victor Orban has proposed that the refugees/migrants be sent back to Turkey until the end of the war in Syria. This is a sensible proposal. The ‘Refugees are Welcome’ slogan and the subsequent marches in favour of immigration served US/Israeli geostrategic objectives. Currently, few people seem to realise that and, as in the Arab Spring of 2011, the bandwagon of US imperialism has no shortage of passengers.

In this sense, Victor Orban of Hungary is, in a very limited way, worthy of the epithet ‘Hugo Chavez of Europe’. While many of Victor Orban’s political policies are far from left-wing, (for example, the banning of communist symbols) his embrace of a traditionalist, dirigiste form of capitalism with strong pro-family social policies and a multi-vectored foreign policy brings his country closer to countries such as Venezuela, Belarus, Eritrea and other nation-states attempting to maintain their sovereignty in the face of imperialism.

A deeply biased and hostile article on Le Monde nevertheless accurately describes Orban’s politics as ‘economically left wing while culturally right wing’. However, qualification is needed here. His policies are ‘left-wing’ from the point of view of global corporate finance but Orban’s economic policies favour the national, patriotic bourgeoisie and are therefore right-wing from the perspective of the working class.

Hungary’s multi-vectored foreign policy has had benefits for the country and especially for other Southern Hemisphere partner countries such as Venezuela. For example, a photo-voltaic energy technology product developed in Hungary and financed by China, was exported to Venezuela in 2013. It is believed that the new Hungarian technology could not only enable Venezuela to become self-sufficient in electricity, it could turn the country into a major exporter of electricity. Venezuela’s cooperation with Hungary is vital to the country’s industrialisation.

What all the countries mentioned above have in common is an attempt to construct a national voluntarism in order to stem the tide of ‘globalisation’ and all its concomitant social and economic ills. This involves a national, patriotic bourgeoisie in alliance with the working class against the ‘internationalist’ compradore bourgeoisie and the ‘New World Order’. It is, in many respects, a reversal of the class dynamics of the Second World War when the Soviet Union led an organised international working class in alliance with the remnants of the democratic bourgeoisie against international fascism.

Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban came to power in a country that had been ravaged by the IMF and a deeply corrupt ‘socialist’ party that had emerged from decades of welfare state capitalism under Janos Kadar. Kadar, a liberal, replaced the communist Rakossi during the counter-revolution in Eastern Europe in the 1950s, when capitalism with ‘socialist ‘ characteristics replaced Cominform socialism. The process was euphemistically referred to as ‘de-Stalinisation’ but was, in fact, an attempt to restore capitalist modes of production.

Hungary’s ideological crisis culminated in the attempted coup of 1956, when the CIA, operating out of Vienna, attempted to overthrow the embattled regime with the help of former Nazi collaborators. The 1956 ‘Hungarian Revolution’ was, in many respects, an intelligence prototype for many US orchestrated regime change operations to follow decades later.

Although, Orban is said to have ‘fought against communism’ as a student, he was, like many others of his generation, a fighter against a particular type of capitalism which he perceived as a “leftist conspiracy” against the people. Marxist Leninists have always considered the triumph of Khrushchevite revisionism in the USSR in 1956 and the subsequent ‘de-stalinisation’ of the USSR and of the Popular Democracies of Eastern Europe to have constituted a counter-revolution against the dictatorship of the proletariat.

Khrushchev’s reforms involved abandoning state-centralised planning, the re-introduction of profit as the regulator of production, combined with a cynical and anti-Marxist foreign policy of ‘peaceful co-existence’ between capitalism and socialism. In order to justify these policies Khrushchev wrote a long mendacious speech slandering Stalin. Every claim against Stalin in Khrushchev’s speech has since been proven to have been a lie. Soviet revisionism killed not only socialism in the USSR but, with the notable exception of Albania, the hope of socialism throughout the world. This destruction of Marxism Leninism by the Soviet and later Chinese revisionists led to a revival of Trotskyism in Western imperial countries. And it is this ‘New Left’ that constitutes the vanguard of contemporary Western imperialism.

In this sense, Orban is correct in his analysis of a “leftist” conspiracy against civilization, for what we see today is the triumph of Trotskyist ideology in the form of Zionism and neo-conservativism, where proletarian internationalism has been subsumed by the ‘human rights’ international on the one hand and ‘islamist jihad’ on the other, a new ‘revolutionary’ alliance waging war against the working class.

One only has to observe the clenched fist of the US colour revolutions and the constant appeal to youthful rebellion to understand how capitalism is now deepening its grip on humanity through the appropriation of leftist, revolutionary symbology. Indeed, contemporary US capitalism is, to employ a phrase of Trotsky’s, ‘permanent revolution’. Or, in the words of US Grand Strategist General Thomas Barnett, “US-style globalisation is pure socio-economic revolution.”

But it is a revolution which wages war on the working class. One of the results of the ‘Arab Spring’ in Egypt was the abrogation of labour laws requiring companies to pay workers during periods of factory closure due to lack of product demand. Many of the strikes that resulted in the overthrow of Mubarak’s regime were led by US funded ‘independent’ labour organisations.

Given Orban’s intransigence on the refugee issue, he is likely to face a US/Israeli backed ‘popular protest movement’ in an attempt to effect regime change. Colour revolutions often involve the transportation of thousands of foreigners to the place of protest by US intelligence agencies operating through NGOS. This happened in Belarus in 2010. Many of the youths attempting to get into Hungary could be used as a battering ram to destablize the Hungarian nation-state.

Since the fomentation of the ‘Arab Spring’ by the CIA and its numerous NGOS in 2011, NATO’s total destruction of Libya and its proxy war against Syria, millions of people have been turned into refugees. That is why they are fleeing to Europe. But it is not the principal reason for the ‘current crisis’, or rather the current phase of an ongoing and deepening crisis.

NATO’s invasion and destruction of Libya in 2011 has led to millions of desperate people attempting to cross the Mediterranean sea. This ongoing crisis has received varying levels of coverage from the mass media. For example, the sinking of a boat in the Mediterranean in July 2015 only received a four line report in the French Le Figaro newspaper, in spite of the fact that a hundred people were drowned!

However, since the publication of a drowned boy washed up on the shores of Turkey in 2015,the refugee crisis has entered a new phase, with the photo of the boy in question being used as an excuse to drum up public support for NATO air-strikes against Syria in order to “stop the massacres”

While no one seems to know just how many Syrians are among the migrants fleeing to Europe, there has been a media fixation on these particular migrants, in spite of the fact that they only represent a minority of the current migrants amassing at the Hungarian border.

The debate about what should be done to manage the refugee/migrant crisis turns on whether or not they should be welcomed into European countries. However, this pro or anti migrant debate masks a new and highly destructive phase in US/NATO geopolitical strategy. Many of the migrants at the Hungarian border are coming from refugee camps in Turkey. Austrian intelligence has reportedly revealed that US government agencies are funding the transfer of these refugees to Europe in an attempt to destabilize the continent. This new geostrategic initiative involves using desperate refugees as weapons for the purposes of US/Zionist divide and rule of the European continent.

France’s Radio Internationale has revealed that over 95 percent of migrants in the current flow into Europe are young males between 20 and 35 years old. Many are said to be fleeing conscription in the Syrian army, which has lost thousands of brave men and women since the start of the Zionist war on their country. The preponderance of young, fit males among the so-called ‘refugees’ has also been confirmed to this author personally by researchers of Russian state television RT. When asked about the refugee issue on France’s BMTV, Russian Ambassador to France Alexandre Orlov said “All I can see are young men fleeing the war instead of defending their country”. So, why are there so few vulnerable women and children among the refugees escaping the war in Syria?

The journey across the Mediterranean to Europe can normally cost up to 11,000 dollars, more money than most European workers manage to save from years of hard labour, yet we are told that millions of war-ravaged Iraqis and Syrians are suddenly able to pay this colossal sum to make the journey to Europe. How is this possible?

The glorification of the young men fleeing conscription in Syria, coupled with the demonisation of the heroic men and women in Syria fighting for their country’s freedom, is deeply indicative of the moral turpitude of our own ruling class for whom disloyalty and cowardice are the principal characteristics.

In September a Hungarian camera woman was filmed tripping a refugee carrying a child at the Hungarian border. The video soon went viral. The camera woman is now taking legal action against the man she tripped as he has changed his story to the police. Petra Laszlo has claimed that she panicked as refugees began to charge towards her. There was much indignation in the politically correct corporate media. But Syrian patriots did some research on the Laszlo’s ‘victim’. The man’s name is apparently Osama Abdel-Muhsen Alghadab and he is a member of Japhat Al-Nosra, the Al-Qaida affiliated terrorist group that has massacred thousands of innocents in Syria.

This is not to suggest by any means that all of the refugees attempting to enter Hungary are terrorists. But in the context of a global war involving complex international networks of terrorists operating under the aegis of American, Israeli and European intelligence agencies, this incident is another argument in favour of Orban’s policy of implementing normal immigration regulatory procedures.

In February 2011 Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi warned Europe about the danger of an invasion by migrants and, in particular, Al- Qaeda terrorists if he were to be overthrown. Syria’s President Assad has also warned Europe of the danger of thousands of Al-Qaeda and Islamic State terrorists coming to Europe, disguised as refugees. It is quite possible that a similar scenario is now coming to pass.

Gearóid Ó Colmáin is a journalist and political analyst based in Paris. His work focuses on globalization, geopolitics and class struggle. He is a regular contributor to Global Research, Russia Today International, Press TV, Sputnik Radio France, Sputnik English , Al Etijah TV , Sahar TV,and has also appeared on Al Jazeera and Al Mayadeen. He writes in English, Gaelic, and French. Read other articles by Gearóid.

EU: Cracks Are Showing


Poland’s new judiciary measures will remove Supreme Court judges and give Poland more national self-determination, which the EU deems a ‘threat’ to the rule of law and a ‘serious breach of European values’.

How far can these centralised ‘European values’ go before independent statehood becomes liquidised and Europe collapses into one big homogeneous melting pot; the resulting product being a pan-European superstate that was devised by Globalist lapdog eurocrats from day one?

The vices of an ‘ever-closer union’ are, at last, becoming apparent to the member states — and now the cracks are showing. The grand European projects’ days could be numbered; and the ballot figures support it.

Poland’s Morawiecki: EU is ‘one-sided’. 

The Nationalist Polish PM, Mateusz Morawiecki, who took office this month, has said that the EU has taken a one-sided view and that his country is entitled to carry out reforms.

The newly-elected Polish PM, Mateusz Morawiecki, right.

This renewed rift has pivoted Poland towards the UK, with significant bilateral trade and security deals recently signed between the two nations, having already been one of Britain’s longtime close allies in calling for reform of the bloc.

Theresa May stated that “The UK and Poland have been close allies in the EU and we plan to be even closer allies once the UK has left.”

Boris Johnson called Poland ‘rock solid’ in fighting the bureaucracy in Brussels.

The Polish PM called the EU’s protectionism ‘very dangerous’, adding that Poland would not submit to ‘blackmail’ from European leaders who have ‘more money than values.’

He also touched on preserving the European identity, calling to ‘re-Christianise the EU’;

“Poland cannot give up its identity and the world should learn more about Poland’s input in the struggle for freedom and justice and for the most important values of western civilisation. Our history is one of the most inspiring in the world.”

The EU is a bureaucratic superstate founded on debt vassals and contractual clauses.

Although 88 percent of Poles see the EU positively, (being the biggest beneficiaries of EU funding), this opinion could be set to change with strong opposition to mass migration and widespread cultural dampening.

The Poles getting big EU subsidies is one thing, but seeing the bigger picture of ever-greater national subservience is a bitter pill to swallow.

Poland has seen the EU for what it is, beyond the money. Being hugely indebted to a system that then blackmails you to conform is not real independence, Poland leaving the EU will trigger this debt clause. Stronger nations like the UK have been able to leave and pay off their dues.

He who controls the debt, controls the world — the EU has conquered Europe without firing a bullet; entangling each member state in an ever-deepening quagmire of red tape, regulations, debt, obtuse legislation, and if need be, punitive measures to keep it all going smoothly, all the while backdooring pro-EU migrants in their vast swathes to swing the ballot their way across the continent.

Despite this, Renata Mienkowska, a political scientist at the University of Warsaw, warned that Poland leaving the EU is still ‘absolutely possible’.

EU Member States Rebellion: Poland backed by Hungary.

Hungary, a eurosceptic member state, has vowed to veto the European Commission’s decision to trigger Article 7, calling it an ‘unfair, fabricated political procedure‘.

Hungary’s PM, Victor Orbán accuses Brussels of meddling in the affairs of sovereign nations, especially so with the latest crackdown on Poland.

Interestingly, the EU called Madrid’s recent unacceptable violent crackdown on Catalan secessionists an ‘internal’ matter of the Spanish state, Poland’s judiciary self-governance, however, contradicts ‘European values’, and requires punitive sanctions.

Orbán stated that “It’s in our interests to stand alongside Poland and say clearly that no European decision can be taken to punish Poland, because Hungary will use its right to prevent this,”

Adding that “If somebody attacks Poland, the whole of central Europe is under attack. Without Poland there is no strong central Europe.”

Other pan-European cracks are showing.

Euroscepticism is on the rise, these European countries represent the politically-charged eurosceptical seismic shift that is afoot.

Governments across Europe — from Hungary to Italy — have turned rightward and a host of mainstream political leaders have adopted anti-immigrant rhetoric in an effort to keep the political fringes at bay.

EU parliament chief ‘fears’ spread of small nations as Italy votes for more regional autonomy.

The above map reflects unfolding events, as earlier this month, the EU took Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic to court over migrant quotas. Earlier this year, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) dismissed a complaint from Hungary and Slovakia that the migrant quota system was illegal.

In France there is the rise of populist eurosceptical nationalism with Le Pen and the same with Geert Wilders in the Netherlands, only narrowly defeated in both elections, and set to continue growing in popularity.

Over in Germany, we see Merkel’s administration faltering, she struggled to form a government, and is under pressure from opposition parties that all back improved relations with Moscow. The eurosceptic Alternative for Germany (AfD) is also rising in popularity, it became the third largest party in Germany after the 2017 federal election, claiming 94 seats in the Bundestag, and is set to keep on growing.

In Austria, the eurosceptic leader, Sebastian Kurz, was elected, revealing potential for Austria to tilt further against the EU. Mr Kurz’s populist party, The People’s Party (OVP), is tough on migration, easy on taxes and widely Eurosceptic. It got 31.6 percent of the vote, forming a coalition with the right-wing populist Freedom Party (FPO), that got 26.9 percent of the vote, this vein of euroscepticism is likely to continue to grow.

In Italy the status quo is shifting towards euroscepticism. Former prime minister Matteo Renzi, leader of the ruling centre-left Democratic Party (PD), has admitted there is a lot of work to do after local elections in Sicily revealed a rapid decline in popularity.

In Catalonia, Puigdemont’s former coalition partner, the Catalan Republican Left, won 32 seats, and the third pro-independence party, CUP, got 4 seats, giving the three secessionist parties an absolute majority in the Catalan parliament. Carles Puigdemont stated that “the Spanish state has been beaten,” and that “we need to find a way to organise the referendum for independence and then respect the results of it.” An independent Catalonia will not be in the EU.

Carles Puigdemont celebrated the results from self-imposed exile in Belgium.