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Austria's far-right Freedom Party gained over one-fifth of the votes in Sunday's general election, while the ruling two-party centrist coalition got its worst-ever result. The swing comes amid a Europe-wide surge in support for the far right.
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Islamic influence is now in danger-let's keep it that way!
This is the real strache (a response back to my brother):
J ust asked Mr. Strache if he has a message to international students in Austria. Told me to get lost in Austrian.
The peoile need to take back their sovereignty for there countries, the Globilisation by Big Corps has gone too far in trying to reduce everyones wages to that of the slave labour in India and Chuna with NO benefits or pensions.... they need dismantaling.
Let's face it. There isn't a party worthy of votes. They are heads from the same hydra. What you have with right-wing tories are throwback policies from dinosaurs pandering to ignorant bigots.
There are several problems in Europe now.
4)Many governments ignore people and they continue to bomb innocent nations.
5)Mass third world immigration
Very good news.
The EU elites in Brussels force politically correct, cultural Marxism on regular people in Europe, plus they make themselves filthy rich, all the time they mouth off about saving all the poor people on the Third World.
And Austrians, Swiss, Dutch, Swedes have the right to reject the Islamization of their societies. Muslims have many, many countries that are exclusively Muslim. Muslims don't do multi culturalism in Islamic societies. Muslims should be happy and stay in their Islamic countries like Algeria, Pakistan and Somalia. Let them do Jihad, suicide bombings against rival Islamic sects.
European States populations are realizing that the European Union is a bunch of people getting paid alot for giving a priority to the minorities, while ignoring the Cultures and its Origins... which are what makes us Europeans.
This is good news I'd say. Europe needs to reject multiculturalism and EU/EuroZone/NATO/UN/ NWO attempts to undermine sovereignty. So does the US. This doesn't mean killing the Muslim invaders in Europe or the Mexican invaders in America, but it does mean freezing immigration and deporting illegals and assimilating legal immigrants into a western-centric way of thinking. And if that is too much to ask, then why do they even want to immigrate west if not because they agree with western ideals? The only other reason would be to undermine western ideals.
To put Alternative for Germany in the context of Greece's Golden Dawn is not quality journalism. FYI Alternative for Germany is pro-immigration based on the Canadian model. Didnt occur to me that Canada is facis. Nor is the EU-sceptisim of the UKIP and others right wing. Maybe left-wing because they fight against bailing out banks and rich investors at the expense of The People... Or common sense, fighting for democray and facing the truth.
He is a good friend of Geert Wilders in The Netherlands..
Ye steday on Dutch television in brandpunt!
Think they give no freedom @ all.!
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