German Globalists Want U.S. Ambassador Expelled

France24: Calls grow in Germany for expulsion of disputed US envoy
Leading German politicianson Tuesday called for the US ambassador to be expelled, after the staunch ally of Donald Trump was accused of meddling in domestic politics and aggravating already tense ties.

...He stoked further outrage over the weekend with reported comments to far-right website Breitbart of his ambition to "empower other conservatives throughout Europe, other leaders".

Grenell also raised eyebrows with his plan to host Austria's arch-conservative Chancellor Sebastian Kurz -- who the US envoy describes as a "rock star", for lunch on June 13.

..."If a German ambassador were to say in Washington that he is there to empower the Democrats, he would have been kicked out immediately.

...Underlining the souring transatlantic relationship, Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned that Europe can no longer rely on the US to protect it, but stressed that the continent must "take its destiny in its own hands".

Although Merkel herself belongs to the conservative camp, commentators said it was clear that Grenell was not seeking to bolster the chancellor's party base, but rather its opponents from the far-right.
The U.S. ambassador has overstepped his bounds. It's also unnecessary since the trends are already well underway. Anti-Trump European Leaders Will Soon Be Gone
The new "left-right" axis is "globalist-nationalist" and the nationalists are set to sweep Europe. Especially because, as I constantly point out, these are the good times. Voters are polling as if this is the bottom of a depression, but the stock market is at all time highs. When the next recession/bear markets hit, nationalist poll numbers will surge. Both the floor and ceiling of their poll numbers is rising. The longer it takes for the next downswing in mood to arrive, the higher the starting floor for the nationalists.

...Meanwhile, the latest polling data shows nationalists have the wind at their backs in every European nation. The only two nations that don't list immigration and terrorism as their top concerns are Italy and Spain. Both are in an economic depression. In Italy unemployment is second, in Spain unemployment is first.
A great "civil war" across all of the West is unfolding.

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