We are facing a historic moment here in Europe. We can either continue to have massive immigration and lose our freedom, where our nations are devalued. Or we can pursue a radically different policy. There is a big movement we can start, " said Marine Le Pen when she met the press outside the Danish parliament at Christiansborg castle in Copenhagen.
just a few years ago had the Friday meeting between her and the Dansk Folkeparti has never been able to take place. In the years took the danes sharply away from the French far-right extremists, and no truck, it was never out of the question. But now, it seems that the winds have turned.
Marine Le Pen has created a brand new party and cleared up in the former National Front. Things develops. It is not many years ago we were considered non-par for the course. We are not doing that anymore, " says Søren Espersen, deputy chairman of Dansk Folkeparti, Danmarks radio.
a brief visit in Denmark, in particular, of the fact that her party, the National collection, has allied himself with the Danish Folkeparti and a number of other right-wing parties ahead of EU elections on may 26.
the Members of the newly formed EAPN (European alliance for peoples and nations), all have a critical approach to immigration and is, moreover, the EU-skeptics. Now they want to try to collect in a supergroup in the european Parliament – instead of as today be divided into three different groups: the European conservatives and reformists group (ECR), Freedom and democracy in Europe (EFDD) and the Nations and the Europe of freedoms (ENF).
" of Course we can have different views on the economy and the social system, and each country on its own to decide what they want to. But migration has consequences for the whole of Europe and if we are to save Europe must all the movements which think that freedom and identity are important to be able to act in a single large group, " says Marine Le Pen.
for the EUROPEAN elections, Le Pen fought hard to break what she usually call for the party's ”political isolation in Europe” and make it more nicer. It's worked have been going on for a while. 2015 excluded her father Jean-Marie Le Pen (who, among other things, referred to as the Holocaust during the second world war for a ”detail”) and switched party names from the Front National to the National collection.
Le Pen no longer want France to go out of the EU and abandon the euro. Instead, she says she now want to reform the EU from within. But at the heart is the same as before: immigration. During his visit in Denmark celebrated her new allies in the Dansk Folkeparti for their invandringskritiska posture.
– It is a great pleasure for me to be here and meet the first movement in Europe which was lucid enough to take note of the problems and feelings that many people in Europe have. Immigration is a major concern for many in Europe, she said.
the page you are pleased with the new partnership.
" What is so exciting with this new grouping is that you choose to focus on the two things that mean something. The first is to stop the mass immigration, and the second to recreate it as De Gaulle in his time called ”the Fädernesländernas Europe”. This is a group, which if successful, for the first time can have an influence in european politics, " says Søren Espersen.