Via Pew (with a heads-up from Anatoly Karlin), the following table shows the percentage of each country’s population that approves of Trump’s US-Mexico border wall as a percentage of the percentage that disapproves it (not a typo!). Unsure/don’t know responses are excluded. There isn’t a single country where more say they approve than disapprove, but it breaks almost evenly in a couple countries.
The higher the percentage, then, the greater the public approval for the Trump Wall is:
goyim neighbors of the Palestinians know.
(((Americans))) who put Israel’s interests ahead of everything else have objectives orthogonal to our own at best and fatally hostile at worst. They’re not our allies. Israeli nationalists, on the other hand, are. Credit where credit is due.
As a continent, Europe is the least supportive of the wall. Even Latin America (including Mexico!) is modestly more supportive than Europeans are. Alaric is at the gate but Honorius is preoccupied with one-upping Stilicho. The Occident’s internecine squabbling is going to be painful for future students of history to read about.
The question of whether or not the West has the will to survive is especially applicable to the Old Continent. I have more confidence in the diaspora–the US and Australia, anyway–than Europe proper, but our backs have been up against the wall for longer, so it’s conceivable Europe could turn it around. Sweden, however, is lost. Utterly lost.
On a mildly happier note, only 3 of the 10 surveyed countries are in central Europe, and two of the three are the two most supportive (Hungary and Poland, respectively).
As for the finding that in every country disapproval exceeds approval, let that dissuade Trump as much as the global pressure to stay member to the Paris Agreement did. It’s not their business.