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will they really mature?

Reader comment on item: Accepting Europe's Anti-Immigration Parties

Submitted by Kaspars Gasuns (Latvia), Nov 30, 2017 at 03:04


"..they contain dismaying proportions of power-hungry eccentrics, conspiracy theorists, historical revisionists, and anti-Jewish or anti-Muslim extremists."

negate any chances or maturing? Isn't immaturity and often unrealistic, contradictory expectations the very way these parties operate? How much has Trumpism matured, being at the very top of political pyramid?

I suspect that these parties will discredit the reasonable anti-immigration argument.


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