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Anti-NATO and Anti-EU protests growing across Europe

Tens of thousands of citizens across Italy, France, Germany and Belgium took the streets recently to voice opposition to Brussels and Washington bureaucrats.

Protest marches took place in Paris, Rome, Brussels and Berlin as opposition to globalist institutions NATO and EU increases.

‘Why do we have to freeze for Nazis?’ asked protesters in Germany.

More mass protests across Europe are planned as a cost of living crisis spawned by rising inflation and Russian sanctions deepens.

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  1. Both NATO and EU must go. Independent and soveriegn nations will be able to look after their own people because they are answerable to themselves. Politicians will be honest. At the moment, there is only virtue signalling and the EU politicians are just agents at the country level and unelected Eurocrats have all the power and they are subservient to the deepstate which fully controls NATO which is no longer a defensive organisation biut an offensive one entering wars all over the world and killing millions. Ukraine conflict was jointly plotted by EU and NATO to destroy Russia but their calculation totally went wrong it back fired. Hope these maniacs do noyt start a nuclear war. Only the protest from the general public and over throwing their puppet leaders and regimes will stop a catastropy.

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