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Recently, elections were held across Europe, and the results show changes in support for different political parties.

Far-right and nationalist parties gained support, but centre-right parties also did well and remain the largest group.

The European People’s Party (EPP), a centre-right group, won the most seats in the European Parliament elections and are expected to have around 184 of the 720 seats, which is about a quarter of the total.

Far-right parties made significant progress in the elections. In France, the National Rally secured nearly a third of the votes, becoming the leading far-right group.

In Italy, Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni’s Brothers of Italy party gained more than a quarter of the votes.

The European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) and Identity and Democracy (ID) groups will hold 131 seats. Additional far-right seats include 15 from Germany’s AfD, 10 from Hungary’s Fidesz, 6 from Poland’s Confederation, and 3 from Bulgaria’s Revival party.

Kevin O’Sullivan speaks with The Spectator’s French correspondent, Gavin Mortimer.

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back uh let’s go over to France now because it’s all happening there as you may have heard uh last night the EU elections the MEPS around the whole of the continent revealed uh serious significant lurches to the right in France in Germany in Italy Spain we already know about Holland it seems like Britain is the only sucker country that’s lurching to the left uh more of that later uh but let’s go to Paris and talk to the spectators excellent correspondent there Gavin Mortimer welcome Gavin evening Kevin how are you just to correct you actually I’m no longer in Paris I’m talking to you from burgundy where in my Village 48% people of people voted for Jordan bardel that’s Marine leen’s man in the National rally uh and the next best candidate was macron’s uh Valerie a who got 12% so an absolute overwhelming victory for the uh Marine leens party right uh Gavin uh interesting yeah I mean it seems to be the story all over France and indeed in other countries as well but very dramatic in France uh that uh macron’s Renaissance party only managed 15.2% of the mep’s vote and uh leen’s reasson party managed 31.5% so in panic I would suggest macron’s called an immediate reaction uh relying on the traditional fallback small CA conservativism of the French uh but I’m hearing that people don’t think he’ll get away with this that he will lose this he’s called the El election for uh the first one on June the 13th and then the Checker a week later on July the 7th do you think he’ll lose I do yes um but there’s there is a a theory Kevin um that’s been doing the rounds uh in the French media today that macr has set a or he thinks he’s setting a trap for Marine Le Pen that they will win he knows that he’s so unpopular he stands no chance and that um they will come out top he’ll ask them to form a government and it will be such a disaster that it will ruin the national rally forever that’s the Trap that he wants to set but I think uh Marine leen’s party will come out on top but of course then it’s up to them they can always decline to form a government if the conditions aren’t met and what I’m hearing is the first condition that they want is a referendum on immigration that’s something that maon has frequently been asked he’s always said no even though it’s written into the Constitution um and uh opinion polls very similar to the UK Kevin always showed that about three three quarters of a country want something done drastically about immigration it’s the number one issue it’s what Nigel farage realizes Marine Le Pen too across Europe it explains the rise of the right parties the the the constant failure over 30 40 years to do anything about controlling Europe’s borders so I think that macr uh he he is thinks he’s one step ahead of marine Leen but um Marine Le Pen has got very good advisors around her uh and I think she’s she’s in control of the situation and she’s got the initiative now Gavin why H has France become so disillusioned with macron and I’m talking particularly about young people uh you know who uh seem to have rejected him on an epic level on an epic scale uh what is going on I mean he’s known to be a sort of distant technocrat that the population of France ordinary French people perhaps in the village where you’re staying at the moment in burgundy can’t relate to him he seems Superior he’s got this rep ation for never listening I think we’ve come to this sort of lynchpin moment where a population as in the population of France said is saying you know for 10 15 years we’ve been screaming at you we’ve been asking you for this we’ve been asking you for that we’ve been asking you to close our borders we’ve been asking you maybe to be less close to uh Brussels and you never ever ever listened to us and now you expect us to vote for you we’re not doing it this time would that be a reasonable appraisal of where we’re at yeah you you’ve summed up perfectly Kevin really nothing more for me to add um and but what he’s also Kevin I mean you’re absolutely right but mrr is is is also bearing the brunt of years of presidents like him from the center left before him it was France aland the Socialist before that Nicholas sarosi who is of is a bit like Boris Johnson in that he promised the world to the Cent right when he was elected in 2007 he did nothing he came to power if you remember he quickly married Carla bruny the super model and he just seemed to enjoy a bit like Boris being in power and not actually um responding to the Urgent demands of the voters um and so this disillusionment has built up over 20 years really um and it and it’s mro as you said he’s just got this arrogance about him um and he’s regularly insulted the French he’s called them Slackers um likened them to asterisks people who are stuck in the past um and of course there you’re just seeing pictures of a yellow vests I went on quite a few of the yellow vest marches back five years ago and the anger there I mean it was a great cross-section of society working class middle class all ethnicities and they just feel that Paris holds them in contempt and this is something in in burgundy which is about 100 miles south of Paris you really feel much more than when you’re in Paris very interestingly just before I spoke to you Kevin I was watching the French T TV news and they had a map of France a graphic of who vote showing the colors who voted for marine pen uh which is blue and it was almost entirely blue apart from Paris and a couple of other cities they’re the last bastions of marro in the provinces overwhelmingly uh Leen and um and Ma has got a problem and uh I mean good that he’s called the election I don’t think it’s because he’s scared I think it’s it’s a calculating move okay but I think G the backfire because he and his advisors in their little Parisian bubble they’ve got no real understanding of the depth of anger out there and uh he is motivated by his deep love for the EU for Brussels France’s leading role in the EU community and Europe operating as one and all that uh I sense Gavin that the French people are not quite as wedded to the EU project as M macron am I right that’s a really that’s a really important Point Kevin no they’re not there’s a huge disconnect and and I found throughout my time I voted brexit on one of a 17.4 million absolutely no regrets and when I tell the French people I’ve never had any animosity I’ve had one or two saying that’s interesting why but the majority is oh sitting many Fe and they wish too to leave to and Matton nosis if you remember Kevin I think it was beginning of 2018 in an interview with Andrew Mah in the BBC Andrew Mah asked him if the French had a CH had the opportunity you think they vote to leave too and he said yes probably so what’s he done he’s made it life so difficult for Britain that he’s his message is to the French if you try and leave it will be life will be so hard it’s just not worth the bother and he is absolutely the most committed euroall among the 27 European leaders um and this is just gradually made the French more and more angry because they see the if you remember earlier this year the farmers protests which was very much against the bureaucracy of the um of Brussels the yellow vests too uh and they just they just feel very similar to to how we felt eight years ago but it’s not Westminster it’s not Paris making the rules it’s an unelected um cartel in Brussels uh indeed Gavin stay where we are because we’re going to talk about uh uh the domestic campaign going on over here be interested in getting your take on that as well Gavin morer The Spectators man in France in uh burgundy right now for

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back uh let’s go over to France now because it’s all happening there as you may have heard uh last night the EU elections the MEPS around the whole of the continent revealed uh serious significant lurches to the right in France in Germany in Italy Spain we already know about Holland it seems like Britain is the only sucker country that’s lurching to the left uh more of that later uh but let’s go to Paris and talk to the spectators excellent correspondent there Gavin Mortimer welcome Gavin evening Kevin how are you just to correct you actually I’m no longer in Paris I’m talking to you from burgundy where in my Village 48% people of people voted for Jordan bardel that’s Marine leen’s man in the National rally uh and the next best candidate was macron’s uh Valerie a who got 12% so an absolute overwhelming victory for the uh Marine leens party right uh Gavin uh interesting yeah I mean it seems to be the story all over France and indeed in other countries as well but very dramatic in France uh that uh macron’s Renaissance party only managed 15.2% of the mep’s vote and uh leen’s reasson party managed 31.5% so in panic I would suggest macron’s called an immediate reaction uh relying on the traditional fallback small CA conservativism of the French uh but I’m hearing that people don’t think he’ll get away with this that he will lose this he’s called the El election for uh the first one on June the 13th and then the Checker a week later on July the 7th do you think he’ll lose I do yes um but there’s there is a a theory Kevin um that’s been doing the rounds uh in the French media today that macr has set a or he thinks he’s setting a trap for Marine Le Pen that they will win he knows that he’s so unpopular he stands no chance and that um they will come out top he’ll ask them to form a government and it will be such a disaster that it will ruin the national rally forever that’s the Trap that he wants to set but I think uh Marine leen’s party will come out on top but of course then it’s up to them they can always decline to form a government if the conditions aren’t met and what I’m hearing is the first condition that they want is a referendum on immigration that’s something that maon has frequently been asked he’s always said no even though it’s written into the Constitution um and uh opinion polls very similar to the UK Kevin always showed that about three three quarters of a country want something done drastically about immigration it’s the number one issue it’s what Nigel farage realizes Marine Le Pen too across Europe it explains the rise of the right parties the the the constant failure over 30 40 years to do anything about controlling Europe’s borders so I think that macr uh he he is thinks he’s one step ahead of marine Leen but um Marine Le Pen has got very good advisors around her uh and I think she’s she’s in control of the situation and she’s got the initiative now Gavin why H has France become so disillusioned with macron and I’m talking particularly about young people uh you know who uh seem to have rejected him on an epic level on an epic scale uh what is going on I mean he’s known to be a sort of distant technocrat that the population of France ordinary French people perhaps in the village where you’re staying at the moment in burgundy can’t relate to him he seems Superior he’s got this rep ation for never listening I think we’ve come to this sort of lynchpin moment where a population as in the population of France said is saying you know for 10 15 years we’ve been screaming at you we’ve been asking you for this we’ve been asking you for that we’ve been asking you to close our borders we’ve been asking you maybe to be less close to uh Brussels and you never ever ever listened to us and now you expect us to vote for you we’re not doing it this time would that be a reasonable appraisal of where we’re at yeah you you’ve summed up perfectly Kevin really nothing more for me to add um and but what he’s also Kevin I mean you’re absolutely right but mrr is is is also bearing the brunt of years of presidents like him from the center left before him it was France aland the Socialist before that Nicholas sarosi who is of is a bit like Boris Johnson in that he promised the world to the Cent right when he was elected in 2007 he did nothing he came to power if you remember he quickly married Carla bruny the super model and he just seemed to enjoy a bit like Boris being in power and not actually um responding to the Urgent demands of the voters um and so this disillusionment has built up over 20 years really um and it and it’s mro as you said he’s just got this arrogance about him um and he’s regularly insulted the French he’s called them Slackers um likened them to asterisks people who are stuck in the past um and of course there you’re just seeing pictures of a yellow vests I went on quite a few of the yellow vest marches back five years ago and the anger there I mean it was a great cross-section of society working class middle class all ethnicities and they just feel that Paris holds them in contempt and this is something in in burgundy which is about 100 miles south of Paris you really feel much more than when you’re in Paris very interestingly just before I spoke to you Kevin I was watching the French T TV news and they had a map of France a graphic of who vote showing the colors who voted for marine pen uh which is blue and it was almost entirely blue apart from Paris and a couple of other cities they’re the last bastions of marro in the provinces overwhelmingly uh Leen and um and Ma has got a problem and uh I mean good that he’s called the election I don’t think it’s because he’s scared I think it’s it’s a calculating move okay but I think G the backfire because he and his advisors in their little Parisian bubble they’ve got no real understanding of the depth of anger out there and uh he is motivated by his deep love for the EU for Brussels France’s leading role in the EU community and Europe operating as one and all that uh I sense Gavin that the French people are not quite as wedded to the EU project as M macron am I right that’s a really that’s a really important Point Kevin no they’re not there’s a huge disconnect and and I found throughout my time I voted brexit on one of a 17.4 million absolutely no regrets and when I tell the French people I’ve never had any animosity I’ve had one or two saying that’s interesting why but the majority is oh sitting many Fe and they wish too to leave to and Matton nosis if you remember Kevin I think it was beginning of 2018 in an interview with Andrew Mah in the BBC Andrew Mah asked him if the French had a CH had the opportunity you think they vote to leave too and he said yes probably so what’s he done he’s made it life so difficult for Britain that he’s his message is to the French if you try and leave it will be life will be so hard it’s just not worth the bother and he is absolutely the most committed euroall among the 27 European leaders um and this is just gradually made the French more and more angry because they see the if you remember earlier this year the farmers protests which was very much against the bureaucracy of the um of Brussels the yellow vests too uh and they just they just feel very similar to to how we felt eight years ago but it’s not Westminster it’s not Paris making the rules it’s an unelected um cartel in Brussels uh indeed Gavin stay where we are because we’re going to talk about uh uh the domestic campaign going on over here be interested in getting your take on that as well Gavin morer The Spectators man in France in uh burgundy right now for

39 KOMENTARZE

  1. This had to happen with the continued out of control migration. All country’s must have a net migration target to protect services and existing peoples and manage appropriately. Outside of true asylum all country’s should only allow migration by someone who brings a benefit to the country and therefore its people. This is sensible not racist.

  2. Lower species of animal life often have to migrate to survive because they lack the intelligence to control their environments. One should expect far better of human beings, so when we see vast numbers migrating to 'where the grass is greener' for 'a better life' (for themselves), this has to be seen for what it clearly is – evidence of gross collective failure on the part of the migrants concerned. And this is supposed to improve matters for those expected to play host these uninvited 'guests', and who were never even asked if they wanted to provide 'hospitality' in the first place? Let's hope Mdm Le Pen wins for the sake of the France that we used to know.

  3. Together we triumph divided we fall. People are heading backwards and I forsee war again in the near future. What a damned shame people have such short memories of when the last major rise of the hard right happened… It was during WW2 and all the blame for peoples woe's were aimed at one group of people.

    Yes, politics is messed up at the moment with the cancel culture, mass immigration and divisive policy and a lot needs to be done but voting in hard right popularist, divisive politicians will only help divide us more and inevitably lead toward war. Mark my words…I can already feel it in the air.

    Guys like this guy on Murdoch's channel don't help, they sew the seeds of division.

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