Resisting the Trump Administration: Tasks for the Left

Resisting the Trump Administration: Tasks for the Left | Opinion | teleSUR English – In France, the neo-fascist Marie Le Pen is vying for the French presidency, while explicitly anti-immigrant parties are serious players in the Netherlands, Britain and even Scandinavia. In Eastern Europe this trend is even more powerful; the anti-immigrant authoritarian right already governs in Hungary (Prime Minister Viktor Orban) and Poland (the Law and Justice Party of Jaroslaw Kaczynski). These parties have deep roots among traditional far right constituencies, small town business elites and petty entrepreneurs. But many “native-born” older working class voters view the traditional party system as having long abandoned their interests and are often drawn to nativist, semi-authoritarian far right politicians who blame the decline of working class life opportunities on immigrants, Muslims and cultural “others.”


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