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While world leaders and derision-makers were grinning like oafs for the cameras, several participants in the G7 summit were looking on with concern at their own back backyards.
Are the G7 leaders in denial? U.S. President Joe Biden is often literally on shaky legs, both physically and metaphorically, with one unresolved crisis in his country on top of another. Social tensions are nearing critical levels, featuring rampant gasoline prices, mass immigration, and now the abortion debate. An undeclared civil war is essentially already underway.
Although French President Emmanuel Macron was allegedly re-elected in April, he lost an absolute majority in the National Assembly in this month’s legislative elections.
The German press features story after story weighing on German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, and there have been a number of articles in connection with the current summit that Germany may seem like a world power there, but in the background, its problems are multiplying amid growing chaos.
The German government wants to respond to illegal immigration with an integration offensive, speeding up the issuance of residence permits to rejected asylum seekers and organizing integration courses for those who have not yet been rejected but have no chance of success.
Several left- or Green-led German states are also pleased with the plan, with the centre-right Bavarian government less so. According to Bavarian Interior Minister Joachim Hermann, the plan is dangerous because it will only attract more illegal migrants to the country and will place an additional burden on the already strained social welfare system. He cannot see why Germany would want to keep those who are not entitled to asylum or have not even worked for years.
The German left-liberal government is coming up with self-defeating, dangerous, and pointless proposals, as this is the trend in Europe now. The European Union is constantly figuring out new sanctions, hoping that although the sanctions against Russia have spectacularly backfired.
People need to believe that the conflict is creating a situation where they inevitably have to make sacrifices.
NATO is disunited and parting at the seams as Russia literally looks in and laughs. The participants in the NATO summit in Madrid, which begins today, have a huge responsibility. The Hungarian prime minister arrives at the meeting with a clear position: Hungary wants an immediate ceasefire and peace.
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No new sanctions are needed, it is not a matter of drifting into war, but of working for peace. Unlike his colleagues mentioned above, Viktor Orbán can negotiate from a strong position. His resounding landslide victories during the recent elections show that his positions have a popular mandate, one that many Europeans may see the value in.
‘You can knock on some European leaders’ heads and ask if anybody’s home.’ ~ Matteo Renzi. Italian Prime Minister 2014 ~ 2016.
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