Updates from The Committee on recent and upcoming European politics & elections.
Informs The Committee, (paraphrasing for speed) Geert Wilders did not prevail in The Netherlands because too many of the Dutch voters perceived his position of closing mosques and essentially making Islam disappear, to be uncomfortably similar to Nazi Germany and Judaism. Too many Dutch saw Wilders' stance as the road towards a Dutch Third Reich on a smaller, local scale. Mixed with a relatively good economic situation, especially compared to many EU nations, Wilders' party could not gather enough support.
Tournant vers France, the French are FED UP with the terrorism, the threats and the perceived increase in immigrant demands that France accommodate more than outsider newcomers adjust. The idea of racism is evolving.
Trump said during his campaign, shortly after the simultaneous restaurant & nightclub attacks in Paris, how many deaths would have been avoided, had there also been bullets going in the other direction.
Says The Committee, this idea is ringing very true with more than a few French citizens. In fact, a lot more than a few. There is a groundswell of French dissatisfaction not showing up in the polls. Unlike The Netherlands, the French do not want more of the same, just somewhat adjusted. Many French are looking at Trump and Brexit and have noticed the sky has not fallen. The winning French candidate is seen by the majority to truly achieve a shift in course; press and polls will generally show otherwise.
This election will be one of several events to bring about the fracture of the EU. Not that France will initiate the process, however the winning candidate is going to adopt a very Germanic approach to public funds, taxes & spending; dropping the mask from banks, not just French but significant European banks operating across the region. For example, Deutsche Bank and others. Essentially the new French leader is going to approach matters much as if Swiss; fiscal discipline, self protection and border control in ways enough French citizens wish would return to "Le France."
The winner to be announced.
21 March 2017
Elections are more than a month away "en France". The Committee has already given me the winner. I will post it here on the 22nd of April, elections the next day. The purpose of this post is to demonstrate some collective decisions are made "in advance" as we see that along the Earth timeline, however others are not, yet both very similar because THERE IS NO TIME, not for the spirits providing the information.
We'll see if The Committee accuracy keeps going.
The outcomes of upcoming elections in France, Germany and The Netherlands will be posted a few moments before voting starts, to avoid making unfair bets.
These are scheduled for the French on April 23, Germans September 24 and for the Dutch, tomorrow and in fact, starting just a few hours after this is being posted (about 18:49 GMT)