Herland Report: European revolt against globalism: Helge Lurås is founder and president of The Center for International Strategic Analysis in Norway. In this conversation with The Herland Report, he speaks about the European revolt against borderless societies, the illiberal politically-correct mainstream media and the current political elites.
He believes new paradigms are inevitable, world views that will strengthen national identity and historical, religious European roots.
European revolt against globalism: The conversation address the break-up of Europe and the forces behind Brexit, the surprising rise of Donald Trump and the mainstream media war on his presidency.
We also speak about the demonization of Russia which for a large part hurts Europe, and other issues.
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