Europe Rises Up, It’s Hard to Find the Videos


Countries in Europe are rioting and protesting against Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum and the energy crisis. Anger towards NATO is growing. It isn’t even winter yet. The media refuses to report what is going on in Europe.

Wait until winter.


Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban has blamed the European Union’s energy shortfall on bureaucrats and environmentalists, saying his own country is protected from the crisis.

“If we want to dig to the bottom of the problems, we always end up in the same place: the issue of energy. And the situation is that Europe has run out of energy,” Orban wrote in a Facebook post on Saturday.

The premier blamed the situation on “fundamentalist greens and the bureaucrats” playing “geopolitical games,” arguing that the bloc is refusing to use “different energy sources” for “political reasons,” driving up the cost of living and damaging its industries.

“There are few continents in such a difficult situation as ours, but only our continent is making its own life so much harder,” Orban said, pledging to do everything “needed by the homeland.”


The media isn’t informing people in this country, and Americans allow misinformation, disinformation, and omissions. How many people in the US know about the riots and protests in Europe?

Thousands are opposed to the war in Ukraine, sending arms to Ukraine, the energy crisis, the sanctions, the World Economic Forum nitrogen, and other energy regulations.

We now see anti-NATO protests, which shouldn’t come as a surprise.

The only surprises are that they ever made the deal for oil and gas from a hostile country and followed Joe Biden’s lead into sanctions that couldn’t possibly work.

Did they follow Joe Biden or Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum? Either way, it is unbelievably foolish.

Joe Biden can’t even talk.

As reported by CNBC, the engine of European economic development, Germany is set for a contraction, Deutsche Bank CEO Christian Sewing warned this week.

According to the media outlet, Sewing said in a speech at the Handelsblatt Banking Summit in Frankfurt that the war in Ukraine “destroyed a number of certainties” on which the global economic system had been predicated over the past few decades.

He reportedly cited disrupted global value and supply chains, along with a bottleneck in the labor market and a shortage of gas and electricity leading to soaring costs, as why inflation was so high.

“As a result, we will no longer be able to avert a recession in Germany. Yet we believe that our economy is resilient enough to cope well with this recession — provided the central banks act quickly and decisively now,” Sewing reportedly stated.

Anger towards NATO is starting to percolate. It’s another miscalculation by the US. They should expect this since energy and food will always come before any desire to sign up for a NATO that’s hungry for war.

The only surprise in this is why Americans support the war, inflation, and a loss of power worldwide. The US is in decline.


Thousands of people poured onto the streets of Vienna on Saturday, protesting against the soaring cost of living, with many denouncing the Austrian government and the “globalist agenda.”

An estimated 3,000 people took part in the rally, as reported by the Heute newspaper, citing the city police force. Another gathering, dubbed the “patriots’ march,” also took place in downtown Vienna. There was a heavy security presence along the routes, and both events passed without incident.

Thousands more are protesting in the Czech Republic, Austria, Netherlands, France, etc. The people are going to suffer this winter, and they are protesting all over Europe.









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