But a funny thing is happening on the way to the utopia as many member nations are finding it grabbing the very control of their heritage and status and turning the continent into a melting pot of dogma with only bureaucrats making decisions instead of sovereign elected leaders. What's more, many of those so-called leaders have sold their souls to it, figuring that a more centralized world order will eliminate the problems more quickly and better than they can, largely due to their weak character and standards. But the big barrier to the dream is the people, the sovereign people of Western Europe who are balking like never before at the onslaught on their heritage and love of country.
Nowhere is it more apparent than in the United Kingdom, France and Germany where more and more citizens are expressing their outrage at what is happening to their lives, both economically and due to the unbridled influx of unvetted illegal aliens who have caused such disruption, criminal behavior and lack of civility to those who have given them quarter. They know that things just can't continue to go on this way.
So it's no surprise that today we learn that "world leaders" (I use the term loosely) are displaying outrage at the comments of Donald Trump, the one candidate in America who is unafraid to speak the truth about the social discord throughout the world. From China and the Far East to Europe and even the Americas, these "leaders" are complaining about the things that Donald says and does. Look, I get it. Sometimes he gets a bit carried away by his comments but cut through the "noise" and you'll find a man who just wants to insure that the one nation that has kept the world peaceful for generations is not turned into a maelstrom of lost sovereignty, culture and living standards. We have seen America become a laughingstock in recent years and it will take something much more dramatic than a speech on the Senate floor to make something different.
Looking back at history I see in Trump someone of the order of Andrew Jackson and his handling of the American banking system. President Jackson was concerned then that the banks were calling all of the shots, including war and peace and they were prospering while the "average Joe" paid the price both in terms of economics and their lives. Trump has similar views in my humble opinion, wanting America to be herself again and to let the world know in no uncertain terms that the New World Order and its vision of one world governance is not something that the American people want or will accept. I see no other candidates willing to do what it takes to make that happen as more and more Americans see through the haze that we have been placed under.
So if the world is worried about Donald Trump, so be it. As I recall the world was also worried about "Cowboy" Ronald Reagan and that turned out well, didn't it? This is the last chance for the nation to take her destiny back from two totally corrupted party organizations that see the future only in terms of what enriches and empowers them and not what the nation needs. Let's take them out of power the right way, at the ballot box.
God bless America.