The prediction of catalysts has been made over and over.
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The events have unfolded and now, in reaction, the predicted right-wing movement has begun to take shape.
What’s next after the right-wing movement? A unified right-wing Europe, in one form or another, looking to protect its culture and borders by means of war against infiltrating nation-states when pushed too far (i.e. a major terrorist attack on a 9/11 level).
Enter the King of the North versus the King of the South.
France went to the polls on Sunday in regional elections and the far-right National Front party, formerly known for its anti-Semitic and anti-immigrant stances but now known for its support of Israel and opposition to radical Islam, came out as a winner across the country.
Though some have pinned the party’s success on its occurrence so soon after the November 13 terror attacks in Paris, one Israeli expert told The Jerusalem Post on Monday that France has been moving to the right for years and is part of an overall trend in Europe of far-right parties becoming the mainstream.