Warmongering U.S. Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.), perhaps the most aggressive neocon globalist in the Senate, complained in Europe last week that what he called the “New World Order” was “under enormous strain.” The widely ridiculed “Republican in Name Only,” or RINO as critics refer to him, also defended key globalist institutions such as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the European Union (EU), both of which are under growing pressure from outraged citizens demanding a return of national sovereignty and self-government. Critics were quick to ridicule McCain and some of his conspiracy theories, but the globalist establishment fawned over his comments.

VIDEO - Following the historic Brexit vote by the British to leave the European Union superstate, patriotic political leaders across the continent are joining forces to take back their nations. In this video, The Ne American foreign correspondent Alex Newman describes some of the developments on this front. In France, Marine Le Pen's National Front is surging. In the Netherlands, Geert Wilders' Party for Freedom is leading the polls. Similar developments are occurring in Sweden, Austria, Italy, and beyond. In short, the undemocratic monstrosity known as the EU may be in serious trouble as patriots revolt against the globalist scheme for a "New World Order."

Despite the historic Brexit vote and soaring anti-European Union sentiment across the bloc, unelected EU bosses are moving forward with a plot to create a continental military force answerable only to the unaccountable superstate. In a throwback to the days of European imperialism, EU policymakers are already plotting to use their newly approved EU military headquarters in Brussels to provide more help to globalist institutions such as the United Nations as they occupy various African nations under the guise of “peace.” And despite British voters demanding that ties with the superstate be severed, efforts are being made to ensnare the United Kingdom's armed forces in the latest EU military scheme.

VIDEO - Alex Newman, foreign correspondent for The New American, digs into the recent developments in the Czech Republic’s gun laws. A tsunami of immigrants flooding into Europe has allowed a significant number of Muslim terrorists and jihadists in to the EU. One way of dealing with the threat offered by Czech authorities is to adopt a constitutional amendment allowing citizens to bear arms not only in defense of themselves — a right that is already protected — but also in defense of the state. However, some analysts have speculated that there might be more to the push than meets the eye.

Worried by the rise of nationalist parties that threaten the European Union’s very existence, the European Parliament has quietly amended its internal rules to enable the silencing of “racist” speech within its hallowed halls.

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