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Dec. 21, 2016


(VIDEO) CULTURAL RELATIVISM IS KILLING GERMANY




Dec 20, 2016 German model and journalist Anabel Schunke says she is afraid to walk the streets thanks to Angela Merkel's migrant influx.

While AfD will certainly win in the polls, it is very unlikely that Germans will vote out the woman who is destroying their country. German model and journalist Anabel Schunke explains this phenomenon to Paul Joseph Watson. A country at war with its people and its culture cannot stand up to a horde of assertive absolutists, like these hostile Muslim migrants.



Dec. 5, 2016


ITALY FACES ANOTHER EU SOCK PUPPET GOVT.


In Austria the Right wing Presidential candidate Hofer conceded defeat upon the release of exit polls within the margin of error. There were rumors of threats against his family. Austria is in the hands of a green extremist. In Italy the referendum on Constitutional reform to give more power to the Government went as expected. While the No had it, the eurocrats pretend there's nothing to see here. A major bank bailout is on the cards this weekend. The central question is, will the eurocrats install another sock puppet in the Goldman Sachs mode? Update: RENZI ACCEPTED TO DELAY RESIGNATION - PRESIDENTS OFFICE
A “No” vote would therefore spark huge political uncertainty in Italy, potentially leading to a snap election. That could feasibly pave the way for the Five Star Movement to seize power and call a referendum on Italy’s membership of the eurozone. If Italy voted to leave the euro, it would currency signal the break up of the EU’s single currency, leading to further disintegration of an EU still shaking from Britain’s decision to quit. Di Battista said the euro had “destroyed” Italy, saying all the warnings about leaving the currency were “already happening”. However, Italy’s membership within the EU would continue, he suggested. “The movement doesn’t want to exit from the EU, we want to defend the original idea of the EU,” he said.





Oct. 3, 2016


HUNGARIAN PM PREPARES FOR BATTLE WITH EU


The Hungarian Prime Minister fired a warning shot this morning after 98% of voters backed him at the ballot box, rejecting EU migrant quotas. Officially, the vote is invalid as only 43 per cent turned out to cast a vote - and 50% was needed. But a jubilant Orban is taking the result as a victory of the political elite. Viktor Orban told Parliament on Monday morning he is ready to go toe-to-two with the elite in Brussels. He said: ""No party since 1999 has ever been given such a support that the Hungarian governing party got yesterday. This support is binding; we won’t let anyone to take advantage on or to despise these voters. “We put up a fight against Brussels. We knew that it’s going to be a heavy fight; we have to face revenge and blackmailing.




Oct. 2, 2016


HUNGARY VOTES ON EU MIGRANTS QUOTA


Today Hungarians will turn out to vote in the country's referendum, to answer a question put by the ruling Fidesz Government’s on whether or not they will accept migrant quotas. The referendum was called in response to a suggestion by the EU that a quota system could be used to distriibute asylum seekers around the block to help ease pressure of the migrant crisis on some western EU nations. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is campaigning for the answer to be ‘no’ as he tells his people they will not be ordered around by Brussels. And the latest polls suggest that at least two-thirds of the electorate agree with him.




Sep. 19, 2016


MERKEL BITTER ABOUT BERLIN ELECTION DEFEAT


According to a poll by Emnid the populist Right-wing party AfD (Alternative für Deutschland) netted 12% of the vote, surpassing the Greens nationally, becoming he third party in Germany behind the ruling CDU/CSU and the junior coalition party SPD. The globalists are insane. Their mental separation from reality only equals Marie Antoinette's "Let them eat cake". Take Merkel's reaction after she suffered major defeats, first in her home state and now in Berlin. While the people told her she is wrong on immigration, she is standing by the policy.

Merkel took partial responsibility for her party's worst-ever performance in a Berlin state election, acknowledging Monday that her government's policies at the national level were a factor. Merkel pledged to work harder to address people's concerns, particularly on migrants. Speaking alongside her Christian Democratic Union's mayoral candidate, Frank Henkel, Merkel called the second place finish with only 17.6 percent of the vote "bitter." "I take responsibility as party leader and chancellor," she said. Merkel also edged away from her oft-repeated mantra that "Germany will manage," telling reporters that while she stands by the sentiment, some voters had taken it as a provocation in view of the massive challenge that the country faces integrating hundreds of thousands of migrants. (More)



Sep. 4, 2016


MERKEL LOSES BIG TIME, REJECTS DISSIDENTS


Like every other failed leader in this cohort of globalists, Merkel is in total denial of reality. Today's world leaders exist in a closed caste in which no other opinion is tolerated. To them dissidents are "extreme right wing" populists, agents of Putin, throwbacks to the 50s of the last century standing with their backs to the world. They have cast opponents in the role of demons unworthy as interlocutors. Opposing views are not just suspect, they are morally beyond the pale. Criminalization is just one step away. And so is the rebirth of the Soviet Union and its gulags.

In signs of growing discontent with the Chancellor a year after she announced her open borders policy, Mrs Merkel's CDU party was beaten into THIRD place by Germany’s Alternative for Deutschland party (AfD) who secured 21 per cent of the vote in her home state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern today. Mrs Merkel’s Christian Democrat Union (CDU) secured a 19.2 per cent share of the vote as it faces an uphill struggle after already being rejected in favour of the AfD in THREE state elections already in March. (...) The Social Democratic Party of Germany were awarded the outright majority with 30 per cent of the vote, meaning it can still form a coalition with the CDU but could also go into power with the hard-left Die Linke party and the Greens. (More)
Voters already punished Merkel in three state elections in March, voting in droves for the AfD and rejecting Merkel’s Christian Democrats. Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is a small coastal state in northeastern Germany with just 1.3 million eligible voters, but losses there would be humiliating for Merkel, who has her own electoral district in the state. (...) Merkel, mulling a bid for a fourth term as chancellor, made a last-minute campaign appearance on Saturday, warning against the politics of “angst” offered by AfD with its virulent anti-refugee stance.

Merkel: “Every vote counts.” “This election is about the future of this state.” She urged voters to look beyond divisive campaign slogans and consider the policies of the current coalition that had halved unemployment and pumped up tourism in the northeastern coastal state. In an interview in the mass-circulation Bild newspaper, Merkel defended her decision to welcome so many migrants fleeing conflict in the Middle East, and denied the influx had cut funding for the German public.

Merkel’s approval ratings have sunk to a five-year low of 45 percent over the past year, but the chancellor said she would act no differently if faced with the same situation today. Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere, a fellow Christian Democrat, rejected criticism from some in the CDU’s Christian Social Union (CSU) sister party that Merkel’s refugee policy was responsible for the rise of the AfD party. The Emnid poll said 63 percent of Germans believed that too. “I consider that preposterous,” he told the Welt am Sonntag newspaper. “The refugee crisis is not the reason that far-right populist parties are now making gains here. That has more to do with the anxiety that some have about globalisation and modernity.”(More)




July 5, 2016


REFERENDUMS IN AUSTRIA, ITALY, HUNGARY


Austrians will again vote in a presidential election on October 2 after the previous result was declared null and void last week following a legal challenge from the far-right, Chancellor Christian Kern said Tuesday. (Source) The biggest political threat facing Europe in the coming months is Italy's October referendum on Matteo Renzi's overhaul of the political system aimed at ending Italy's unstable governments (which as of this moment is not looking to good, with the latest Euromedia Research polls showing that 34% of Italians would vote against Renzi’s plan, with 28.9% in favor and 19.4% still undecided), Another referendum has emerged overnight when as Reuters reports Hungary will hold a referendum on Oct. 2 on whether to accept any future European Union quota system for resettling migrants as Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government steps up its fight against the EU's migration policies. Orban took an anti-immigration stance during the migrant influx to Europe last year. Hungary was the main entry point into the EU's border-free Schengen zone for migrants traveling by land until Orban shut the Croatian and Serbian frontier. The vote will be about the following question: "Do you want the European Union to be entitled to prescribe the mandatory settlement of non-Hungarian citizens in Hungary without the consent of parliament?" Hungary is already fighting an EU relocation scheme (More)




July 2, 2016


AUSTRIA: COURT NIXES NARROW ELECTION


The sigh of relief back in May after the narrow Van der Bellen victory was replaced yesterday with screetches of horror after Austria’s presidential election was overturned by the highest Court. There were numerous complaints about the slow counting of write-in ballots and other irregularities, and now a court has basically tossed out the election results.
The European media is already wetting itself over the implications because of Hofer’s stance on immigration and national sovereignty. (The fact that he carries a Glock on the campaign trail doesn’t make him any more popular with the press either.) The real question is whether or not the establishment parties will be able to use this turn of events to scare more supporters to the polls or if the Freedom Party will be further emboldened and garner more support. The Brexit news must certainly be a factor, and if the Brits can get away with a bit of nationalism and local control, why not the Austrians? They may be on the way to their own Independence Day. (...)  But the party is leading in the polls ahead of general elections due in 2018, and Mr Hofer has said he will use the full powers of the presidency if elected — including the right to dismiss the government and call elections.  (More)




May 23, 2016


AUSTRIA: GREENIE NARROWLY BEATS HOFER


Austria, pulling the French trick, the mainstream colluded with the ultra Left to vote in a wacko Green President rather than a Nationalist populist. 

Alexander Van der Bellen has won Austria's presidential election, preventing Norbert Hofer from becoming the EU's first far-right head of state. Mr Hofer led narrowly after Sunday's election but postal votes gave Mr Van der Bellen victory by 50.3% to 49.7%. Mr Van der Bellen campaigned on a pro-EU platform, backed by the Green Party. Mr Hofer, of the Freedom Party, tapped into anti-EU sentiment and fears about rising numbers of asylum seekers. He conceded victory on his Facebook page. Mr Hofer said it was a sad day and that he would have gladly served as president. "But please don't be disheartened. The effort in this election campaign is not wasted, but is an investment for the future."


April 25, 2016


(HUGE!) KOHL ATTACKS MERKEL ASYLUM POLICY


Angela Merkel is warned by her 'mentor' Helmut Kohl that Europe cannot become home for millions of migrants whose beliefs are different to 'the foundations of our values'
  • Former German Chancellor attacks the open-door policy of his 'golden girl' 
  • He said: 'National policies of the lone-knight variety must be left in the past' 
  • Kohl warned that peace and freedom is at risk through mass immigration 
  • He is to meet Hungarian PM who has fiercely resisted taking in migrants 
  • For more of the latest on Angela Merkel visit www.dailymail.co.uk/merkel 



March 15, 2016


FINAL RESULTS 




Mar 1, 2016

MERKEL "WON'T CHANGE POLICY"


Merkel's rejection of the election result is typcal of the progressive, ruling elites: they know better than the source of their power, the people. This is autocratic mentality is an assault on democracy. She is basically saying that her moral choices trump the will of the people. Merkel is not the only once suffering from this mindset. It is inherent in the Internationalist world view. But the tide is turning. In the US and also in many countries in Europe: in Germany, in France, the UK, in the Netherlands and many more. If this globalist process isn't stopped in its tracks we are going to lose our prosperous democracies and the West is going to turn into a technocratic, authoritarian second Soviet Union.



Mar 13, 2016


VOTERS REJECT OPEN BORDER POLICIES




AfD leader Frauke Petry: 'We are seeing above all in these elections that voters are turning away in large numbers from the big established parties. 

German voters' damning verdict on open-door migration: Angela Merkel is punished in crucial state elections as far-Right party wins big vote with call to stop flow of refugees.
  • Three German regions vote for state legislatures on 'Super Sunday' 
  • Baden-Wuerttemberg, Rhineland-Palatinate and Saxony-Anhalt all vote 
  • Angela Merkel's party set to lose support in the wake of refugee crisis
  • Exit polls suggest the Christian Democratic Union has lost in two states
  • Anti-immigration Alternative for Germany (AFD) set to win seats at all three. (Source)



Mar 10, 2016


AfD CALLING FOR A NEW WALL


The narrative in the New York Times is the blueprint for the dinosaur media how to approach every insurgent party that defends the rights of citizens against demoralized establishments. Western leaders do not have absolute power. Revolutions have been fought over this issue in which many have died. No one has given politicians the authority to subjugate the security, rights and interests of the citizens to a hostile, alien culture and globalist interests. It flies in the face of what Governments are for: the defense of the realm and the people. But this is the year the base starts pushing back. All over the West insurgent democratic initiatives are taking root to regain self determination. This Live Blog is about the resistance in Germany.
In the current tussle for the future of Germany, Frauke Petry is what you might call the anti-Angela Merkel. Where Ms. Merkel, the chancellor, has welcomed refugees, Ms. Petry, a rising far-right leader, has said border guards might need to turn guns on anyone crossing a frontier illegally. Where Ms. Merkel has urged tolerance, Ms. Petry has embraced the angry populism now running through Europe and the United States. “The preachers of hatred” was how the news weekly Der Spiegel characterized the new German right on its cover last month, emblazoned with a portrait of the petite Ms. Petry. But this brisk, garrulous 40-year-old is more than Ms. Merkel’s foil. She is a disruptive, new force on the German political scene. She and her party, the Alternative for Germany, have ridden a wave of discontent over the chancellor’s embrace of more than one million refugees to their strongest poll ratings ever. (...) 


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