Austrian Veil Ban Highlights the Difference Between Globalism and Nationalism.

Kevin Ambrose
April 28th, 2017.


Austrian Veil Ban

Banning the burka in Europe isn’t as controversial as the American media would like to make it seem. Even hardline globalists like Angela Merkel have called for a ban of the full-faced veil in the past. One must wonder then why the Austrian veil ban made such waves in recent days. The answer is found in the differences between globalism and nationalism:

Notice it’s Islamophobia that is rampant. Not Islamic terrorism. This is the official globalist position regardless of current events, statistics or basic common sense.

Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen defeated nationalist candidate Norbert Hofer in a hotly contested race which was plagued by accusations of voter fraud. Van der Bellen was once quoted as saying that “Whoever loves Austria is s**t.”

So in that it should be no surprise that a man who does not love his own country would pursue global interests over that of his own countrymen. Van der Bellen’s response to the Austrian veil ban has been to rally all Austrian women to wear the Islamic veil in opposition to Islamophobia.

“It is every woman’s right to always dress how she wants, that is my opinion on the matter,” he told an audience of school pupils.

“And it is not only Muslim women, all women can wear a headscarf, and if this real and rampant Islamaphobia continues, there will come a day where we must ask all women to wear a headscarf – all – out of solidarity to those who do it for religious reasons.”

The truth is that the Islamic veil is a symbol of oppression to women across the globe. It is also a threat to national security. There are common sense reasons why you are not allowed to wear a balaclava in a bank or why masks/hoods are banned in public protests. The only reason to allow a veil in Europe is to further normalize the Islamification of Europe.

The populist backlash that has driven western politics over the past three years has resulted in the destruction of the “Left versus Right” paradigm. Instead what we are seeing is a political struggle between globalist and nationalist policies. While Marine Le Pen refuses to wear the veil her opponent says that terrorism is just a part of daily life.

This fight is on full display in Austria as people who love their nation stand against those who think they are excrement. The Austrian veil ban has less to do with the rights of Muslim migrants and more to do with the God given right to self-determination and national identity.

Globalism is death. Nationalism is life. Choose wisely.