Positive news from Austria

HenryHorace

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Great news from Austria as they look likely to elect a young vibrant leader who isn't afraid to put the interests of his country men and women first ahead of the ever increasing madness of the euro zone lunatics.

Hopefully Austria could now be about to join the anti-immigration Visegrad group after an election that has caused havoc for the European Union.

Sebastian Kurz we salute you and wish you all the best in your new role.
 


Lonewolfe

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Any move to the far right is not good news; for Austria or anyone else.

It would be good news to hear that centrist Parties were copping on a bit.
 

Accidental sock

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Ah, no truly right-wing leader will ever originate in Austria.....
 

callas

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Wunderkind and the Social Democrats between them got more than 50 % of the vote. There is no need for the Wuzzi to have anything to to with the far right. Giving them a chance at government or providing the nazi types with credibility will only harm his own right wing party in the long term.
 

mr_anderson

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Any move to the far right is not good news; for Austria or anyone else.

It would be good news to hear that centrist Parties were copping on a bit.
Exactly.

The left & centrists have to understand that it is their policies that are forcing people to vote for the right (& far-right).
We have got to this position because whenever a right candidate became popular, all the left & centrists did was call their supporters racists ... and continue implementing unwanted policies, thereby increasing the vote for the right next time out.

Marine Le Pen's ''failure'' at the French election is a perfect example of this.
In 2002, Jean-Marie got into the presidential run-off.
This alone caused consternation among the other parties.
So they all rallied around Chirac.
Le Pen got 17.8% of the vote.
Successive French governments then did sweet FA to change their policies.

So when 2017 rolled around, Marine Le Pen's success in getting into the run-off was a foregone conclusion.
She gets 33.9% of the vote - almost twice what her father got.
Everyone hails this as a great failure ... and the policies continue.

People don't naturally want to vote right, let alone far-right.
Their success have been entirely down to left & centrist governments.
And they show no sign of changing.
 

devoutcapitalist

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Wunderkind and the Social Democrats between them got more than 50 % of the vote. There is no need for the Wuzzi to have anything to to with the far right. Giving them a chance at government or providing the nazi types with credibility will only harm his own right wing party in the long term.
The FPO are not Nazis.
 

RasherHash

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Indeed the people have spoken and voted against the mainstream establishment.
They must have been misled by all the fake news, I think they should vote again...just to be sure.
 

Eire1976

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What a shock it must be for some - a politician who puts the interests and future of his own nation and culture ahead of the wishes of others who have no legitimacy.
 

blokesbloke

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The FPO. Is that what they call themselves?

I suppose they are "Alt right"?

Is that the politically correct term these days for nazi types?
Okay, so you're calling members of a political party Nazis but you don't even know what the name of the party is?

Spoofer. Why are you commenting on something you clearly haven't the faintest idea about?
 

Hunter-Gatherer

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What a shock it must be for some - a politician who puts the interests and future of his own nation and culture ahead of the wishes of others who have no legitimacy.
Merkel must be quaking in her multiculturist boots
 


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