VOX MEP Jorge Buxadé earlier this week accused globalist parliamentarians in Brussels of enacting anti-working class economic policies that have been catastrophic for the Spanish economy.
Amid unprecedentedly high energy costs that only continue to climb, growing unemployment, and an increasingly precarious security situation, MEP Jorge Buxadé, who also serves as the spokesman for the non-conformist, counter-globalist VOX party, on Tuesday used his time at the European Parliament podium to publicly shame—and to hold accountable—his liberal-internationalist colleagues.
“Congratulations to those who applauded Greta Thunberg, that grumpy girl who is received with honors by heads of state, those who put the multi-colored donut of the Agenda 2030 in the lapel, those who voted in favor of the Green Deal, the FIT55, Resilient Europe and the gender perspective in the common agriculture policy (CAP). They have succeeded, they have led to the collapse of the popular classes of Europe,” the VOX MEP said.
Buxadé fiery address, which shined a bright light on the ways in which globalist policies have contributed to Spain’s rapidly deteriorating economic condition, came on a day that saw the price of electricity soar to 700 euros per megawatt-hour—the highest price ever recorded.
The VOX spokesman also highlighted that Spain’s economic ills—brought on by globalist policies—have been compounded by an ongoing migration crisis which in recent days has witnessed thousands of fighting-age men from Africa repeatedly assault the country’s southern border, many of whom have managed force their way into Spanish territory.
“Thousands of young people of military age at the gates of the Southern Border and the highest inflation in years. They have made it,” the conservative MEP continued.
Then, after taking aim at the European electricity lobby, which he says is also to blame for the grim economic situation, Buxadé called on European lawmakers to adopt policies that will lead to national energy sovereignty, arguing that “any capacity or source of energy: hydraulic, thermal, solar, wind or nuclear” should not be “renounced.”
“Energy sovereignty, the nation above the lobby. If you do not renounce your prejudices, you condemn the future of Europe. And if you don’t, we will,” Buxadé concluded.
Buxadé’s speech comes days after the Giorgia Meloni, the leader of his EU parliamentary grouping, European Conservatives & Reformists (ECR), also blamed European globalists for the Continent’s increasingly frail and impotent condition, as previously reported by The European Conservative.