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May 26, 2014

The BBC called the surge in so-called 'far right' parties a "Eurosceptic earthquake" that rocked the European Union. (The American spelling is Euroskeptic.)

Elections were held yesterday.

Marine Le Pen of the National Front party
Marine Le Pen's National Front party celebrated an historic victory in France. The French Prime Minister Manuel Valls called the results both a shock and an earthquake.

Le Pen was a bit more pragmatic citing "a first step in a long march to liberty" away from the EU.

With 80 percent of votes counted, the National Front had won 26 percent of the vote, comfortably ahead of the conservative opposition UMP on 20.6 percent, with the Socialists on 13.8, their second heavy defeat in two months after losing dozens of town halls in March, according to the Jerusalem Post.

In Scotland the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) was last reported to be expected to take its first seat in the EU parliament.

And that was the bad news for UKIP.

The party's stunning success throughout Britain led party chief, Nigel Farage to declare UKIP as the "third force" in British politics after it topped the European polls.

With Scotland and Northern Ireland left to declare, UKIP has 27.5% of the vote.

Labour, on 25%, is narrowly beating the Tories into second place while the Lib

Dems lost all but one of their seats and came behind the Greens.

David Cameron said the public was "disillusioned" with the EU and their message was "received and understood".

Nigel Farage of Britain's UKIP
The British National Party experienced major losses while other so-called 'far right' parties surged in Sunday's European elections.

The United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP), on the other hand, surged leading analysts to suspect that British patriots are moving their support to the more moderate UKIP. Others blame BNP's decline on infighting.

In Greece Goldon Dawn garnered about ten percent of the vote and will send its first two MEPs to the EU parliament in Brussels.

In Germany the Democratic Party (NDP) came in fourth in that nation's election sending one delegate to Brussels. The Jewish Press denounced the NDP as 'neo-Nazi.'

Beppe Grillo of Italy's Five Star Movement
In Austria the Freedom Party (FPÖ) garnered 20.5 per cent – up 7.8 percent from  2009.

In the Netherlands Geert Wilders surprised pollsters by taking fourth place after being punished by bad press. Wilders was expected to lead the Dutch vote.

Italy’s Five Star Movement managed to get 25.6 per cent of the vote, topped only by Renzi’s Democratic Party with 32.87 per cent, according to Breibart.

Overall, Euroskeptic parties were expected to win about 141 seats.

Below: A Briton drives through London and is punched by a Muslim leader. ▼

Below: Young Britons express their support for cultural preservation ▼

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