Eurosceptic leaders gather in Germany to put on a united front

National Front (FN) leader Le Pen shares the stage with Frauke Petry of the Alternative for Germany (AfD), Geert Wilders of the Dutch Freedom Party and Matteo Salvini of Northern League. “The aim is to outline the Europe of tomorrow,” said Le Pen, who is tipped to make it into the second round of France’s presidential election in May, as The Local.de reported.

The Dutch PVV hopes to arrive first at the Dutch election on March, 15 election in the Netherlands, the Front National is tipped to make it into the second round of France’s presidential and the AfD intends to become the Bundestag’s third strength in September in Germany, according to Le Figaro.

“We live the end of one world and the birth of another one! It’s the return of Europe’s Nation-States,” Marine Le Pen stated.

Marine Le Pen also harshly criticises Ms Merkel’s immigration policies, describing it as “a daily catastrophe,” adding that “Fauke Petry is the future of Germany!”