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Monday, May 23, 2016

Not for long

The globalist media is celebrating the "thwarting" of Austria's "Far Right":
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 Greens.

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, 45, 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."
I think it's fascinating that they pretend to think Hofer and the Freedom Party are the "Far Right". They are either being disingenuous or have no idea what is coming. And if they keep stealing elections, as appears to have been the case here, they will render the electoral process entirely irrelevant.

But as I said, it will take two election cycles for the nationalists to gain power. This is still the first. This is the phase in which the mainstream parties band together to maintain the status quo and keep out the nationalists. The next phase is when the nationalists overwhelm the united status quo.

It's worth noting that the Freedom Party gained 13 points from the first round to the second one, from 36 percent to 49 percent.

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91 Comments:

Anonymous Napoleon 12pdr May 23, 2016 12:23 PM  

0.6% is not a great margin of victory...it's enough to get the nationalists fired up for Round 2. They've proven that victory is within reach.

Blogger Nate May 23, 2016 12:25 PM  

its fascinating to see what these people think extremism is.

Blogger Gordon May 23, 2016 12:27 PM  

The media can't quite bring themselves to say "fascist," though they do wish to. "Fascist," of course, translates to "anything we don't like, politically."

It's been a long time since the street forces of the two socialisms fought it out. How many reporters today even realize what happened 85 years ago, much less are able to connect it to what's happening today? As one of Obama's ex-van driver now national security advisors pointed out, they're all 27 years old and have no international experience whatsoever.

Anonymous Tiny Duck May 23, 2016 12:27 PM  

If you look at the graphs it looks like women supported the non-right candidate. Also, white collar workers supported the non-right candidate. That tells you something right there.

Basically, the intelligent and attractive vote for inclusion.

Anonymous WinstonWebb May 23, 2016 12:32 PM  

...the intelligent and attractive vote for inclusion.

I'll spot you the premise.
That being the case, they are voting for their own destruction. The invading masses are observably, measurably less intelligent and less attractive.

Your shot, sir.

Anonymous johnc May 23, 2016 12:33 PM  

I had no doubt this is what the result would be after counting the "postal ballots". What do you know... the leftie won by a few thousand votes.

Blogger Dave May 23, 2016 12:34 PM  

united status quo

Heh like it.


And if they keep stealing elections

Immediately what I thought when I saw the numbers. Whadya you bet the final tally is even closer.

Blogger Dave May 23, 2016 12:40 PM  

Basically, the intelligent and attractive vote


Aww that's so cute. It thinks attractive women were actually out voting.

OpenID aew51183 May 23, 2016 12:49 PM  

By the "next electoral cycle" it will be too late.

The EU, and Germany in particular, will cross a demographic tipping point of Majority Muslim Under 35 by 2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dF9V8POmuxg

Anonymous Susan May 23, 2016 12:55 PM  

With results like these, I no longer have any sympathy for what the coming events are going to dump on these liberal leftists heads.

They are going to find out someday soon that not only do karma bites hurt like the dickens, but that the world isn't going to spare any feelings for their self inflicted booboo.

I am starting to understand now why you guys like to quote from Conan the Barbarian so often.

Anonymous WinstonWebb May 23, 2016 12:56 PM  

Huh.
Much like the early 700's Hispania.
I wonder how this will end?

Anonymous Eduardo May 23, 2016 12:57 PM  

Well so I guess there will be war, and war will devastate Europe... And yay! America will be great again again. 10 points GOPindor

Seriously I knew the Europenas digged the whole lets just do war cuz itz funz thing, but this one is beyond dumb! Well there is still a chance of mass immigration, they will go USA and Canada, or Australia for the more adventurous and we can happily all say: bye bye conservatism in North America. But it is still pretty damn obvious that Europe is a trainwreck of a two cargo ships hitting each other head-on! Guesssss third world will look awesome 50 years from now eh!

And so the band marches off... That place you guys won the independence war, playing "world gone mad" or something.

My memory fails me...

Anonymous WinstonWebb May 23, 2016 12:58 PM  

My comment was to aew51183.

Anonymous Ronnie May 23, 2016 1:02 PM  

If Trump does not win this year, it is possible that George Bush will have been the last White man to be elected President.

Without a doubt Clinton will flood us with the third world to secure a permanent Democratic voting class thus making the Republican Party a non-entity.

Anonymous SingSling May 23, 2016 1:04 PM  

I have read a few articles on it and given the initial results he only needed to get 40% of the postal votes yet no article has indicated what percentage he ended up getting, just saying he lost. Maybe local papers will go into the details but seems a bit untrustworthy to me.

Yeah I am thinking the two election cycles as well. Also from contacts in Europe, people I know are hitting a wall, they seem to be emotionally preparing themselves to accept the unpleasantness to be done that is appearing unavoidable.

Slightly OT (as both involve Orcs): Looking forward to a Total War of a different type tomorrow.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan May 23, 2016 1:05 PM  

Should have let the Right winger win, now legitimacy is on the table. Something conservatives are paid to ignore but the alt-right just might pull their heads out of their asses and start making the connections.

The 4G future going to be interesting.

Blogger kurt9 May 23, 2016 1:07 PM  

But as I said, it will take two election cycles for the nationalists to gain power. This is still the first.

Yep. This is precisely what I thought when I first read that the "green" party candidate had won. Note the very narrow margin of win for the green candidate.

Blogger darkdoc May 23, 2016 1:08 PM  

Without a doubt Clinton will flood us with the third world to secure a permanent Democratic voting class thus making the Republican Party a non-entity.

Clearly, if she does this, the Democratic party will be quickly replaced as well. The migrants will not let old white liberals run things.

We'll have two new parties, not just one destroyed.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash May 23, 2016 1:10 PM  

The "far-right" candidate almost certainly won the election. Let's say it. They fraudulently created a bunch of votes, and absentee ballots are the easiest place to do that. You can even have them made up ahead of time, and just get a few volunteers to sign them to get the votes you need.
Having known a few Austrians, I'd think this idea is unimaginable to most Austrians.

Blogger CarpeOro May 23, 2016 1:12 PM  

@11

"World turned upside down" was the song.

Blogger CarpeOro May 23, 2016 1:16 PM  

@10

Much like it has any where else if Islam takes over. One last generation of science(from converts forced or voluntary), then the slide down into stagnation and poverty for the masses.

Anonymous Eduardo May 23, 2016 1:18 PM  

Oh yes! That was the name!

Must have been a sight seeing them red coats coming out after the defeat.

But it is a fitting song for our times don't you think?

Anonymous Steve May 23, 2016 1:23 PM  

Postal votes, eh?

Seems legit.

Blogger praetorian May 23, 2016 1:27 PM  

Suppressing boiling popular rage seems like a bold strategy, Cotton...

Anonymous Philalethes May 23, 2016 1:29 PM  

Alexander Van der Bellen ... environmental activist ... chain-smoker ....

???

He also looks aged and unwell, while Hofer is young and healthy. It's not over, for sure.

Very interesting graphs: striking contrast in male vs. female votes, couldn't be clearer why socialists champion female suffrage.

Blogger Calvin May 23, 2016 1:31 PM  

No, the next phase is when the government replaces its people with compliant brown morons, ensuring its power in perpetuity. Or at least until the system crumbles entirely. In a country as small as Austria, this will be trivial. A minuscule portion of the invaders teamed up with white cucks ensures a permanent majority.

Anonymous Elipe May 23, 2016 1:34 PM  

Elites, you're gonna need a bigger Death Star than that to keep the local systems in line.

Anonymous Napoleon 12pdr May 23, 2016 1:35 PM  

What I'm seeing is a loss of legitimacy of the Establishment throughout the West. An aristocracy (and that's what we have now, kindly look at the Bush and Clinton dynasties for examples) can get away with lining their pockets to a degree, but MUST govern with a degree of competence.

We have not seen competence. Instead, we've seen a combination of wholesale corruption and complete ineptitude. Sustained for a prolonged period.

Which means they deal with Outsider candidates (e.g. Trump) today...or the local version of Sulla or Napoleon in a few years. I don't think they realize just how much sympathy there would be for a coup d'état at this moment.

A competent Establishment would lie low, let Trump and his ilk clean up the mess, then either co-opt them into the Establishment or simply wait them out. But the current Establishment is NOT competent...which will lead to trouble.

Blogger Phelps May 23, 2016 1:35 PM  

Those who make peaceful revolution impossible make violent revolution inevitable.

Blogger VFM #7634 May 23, 2016 1:36 PM  

If you look at the graphs it looks like women supported the non-right candidate. Also, white collar workers supported the non-right candidate. That tells you something right there.

Basically, the intelligent and attractive vote for inclusion.


@Tiny Dick
Judging from which women support Trump vs. those that support Hillary, I think you're making the exact wrong assumptions about who the attractive vote for.

The Austrian population, especially the women, are mostly over 40 years old. And a large number are childless.

Blogger Jourdan May 23, 2016 1:47 PM  

A very disappointing, if very foreseeable, result. We should remain very wary of reports of imminent right-wing electoral victories, as well as reports of the demise of the European Union or the Euro. These reports are more the result of a strong desire to see our people waking up and fighting back rather than a dispassionate analysis.

The nationalists will win, but not today, and not tomorrow. And not by the ballot box.

Anonymous Anonymous May 23, 2016 1:56 PM  

Is certainly likely that violence is not far off if there is even more flooding with invaders and that view will become prevalent among native citizens. Black or white.

Blogger Badmojo May 23, 2016 1:59 PM  

49.7% of the vote hardly seems "far right"... it sounds downright mainstream.

Blogger Troy Lee Messer May 23, 2016 2:00 PM  

I like how the left can't look any further into the future than the next election. It is they think, for example, if Clinton, Inc. is elected, then thing will just be all awesome and good. Like the good little surfs we are will just go along and would acknowledge the legitimacy of a corrupt, sociopath oligarch like Clinton, Inc.

They are so detached from reality that they do not understand that the resentment of the catherdral isn't going away.

It is almost, as per Vox's analysis, that the left is trying to get the ultra nationalist to power.

Anonymous Andon May 23, 2016 2:05 PM  

the BBC seems a little nervous.

Everything was "far right" "far right" "far right"

Anonymous Andon May 23, 2016 2:08 PM  

"Like the good little surfs we are will just go along and would acknowledge the legitimacy of a corrupt, sociopath oligarch like Clinton, Inc."

not much different than the current occupant and I don't see anyone doing anything about him

Anonymous andon May 23, 2016 2:11 PM  

"If you look at the graphs it looks like women supported the non-right candidate. Also, white collar workers supported the non-right candidate. That tells you something right there.

Basically, the intelligent and attractive vote for inclusion."

either that or the cucks and parasites do

Anonymous mark t May 23, 2016 2:16 PM  

Far-right candidate narrowly defeated in Austrian presidential election...

New President: 'Whoever Loves Austria is Sh*t': http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/05/23/whoever-loves-austria-sht-president-elect-beat-nationalist-hofer-used-anti-patriotic-slogans/

Blogger Snidely Whiplash May 23, 2016 2:20 PM  

Troy Lee Messer wrote:It is almost, as per Vox's analysis, that the left is trying to get the ultra nationalist to power.
It's been a while since they had a real demon to fight. And since they're on the right side of history, they'll always win, while the middle class lumpenproles do the dying.

Blogger dienw May 23, 2016 2:30 PM  

The election was stolen: 700,000 mail votes suddenly showed up.

Anonymous Millenium May 23, 2016 2:33 PM  

I am not familiar with the Austrian parliamentary system. Is it possible for the nationalists to introduce legislation and be supported by enough independents or cross overs to get it passed?

Blogger Pseudotsuga May 23, 2016 2:33 PM  

@22:
That's why some states in the USA (like Washington and Oregon) love them some mail voting-- include ALL votes! Voting for everyone through the mail, so we can lie, cheat and ste...err, I mean, have fair Democratic elections!

Anonymous Bz May 23, 2016 3:14 PM  

"Mr Van der Bellen, a pro-EU independent backed by the Greens"

Note that this is a roundabout way of saying ex-communist/far-left.

The Swedish Green party turned out to be riddled with Islamists, connected to the Islamic Brotherhood or Turkey (no, seriously!). I wonder if the same is true for their sibling in dear old Austria.

Anonymous Deadlocked May 23, 2016 3:21 PM  

@38 - The absentee ballots were, apparently, always expected to favor Van der Bellen (the non-nationalist candidate):

A number of pollsters and political analysts said the mail-in ballots were likely to favor Mr. Van der Bellen, given many of them are cast by expatriates who tend to prefer open-border and pro-EU policies. (from http://www.wsj.com/articles/austria-to-elect-new-president-as-immigration-issues-loom-large-1463905093)

@39: The Austrian president is granted a decent amount of power by their constitution, but in practice the office is largely ceremonial.

Forget about that, though. Based off of some Wikipedia research, the Freedom Party (the nationalists) would have serious issues passing legislation against the government coalition's wishes. They'd need all of the opposition votes (including Greens) plus more than 10% defections from the two governing parties.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash May 23, 2016 3:23 PM  

Deadlocked wrote:Forget about that, though. Based off of some Wikipedia research, the Freedom Party (the nationalists) would have serious issues passing legislation against the government coalition's wishes. They'd need all of the opposition votes (including Greens) plus more than 10% defections from the two governing parties.
Until the next parliamentary elections.

Blogger Geoff martin May 23, 2016 3:25 PM  

Incredibly shocked that the absentee ballots (i.e. people who have no direct stake in the country at the moment) were for a candidate who wants to flood it with refugees.

What next, women voting for income redistribution?

OpenID aew51183 May 23, 2016 3:33 PM  

@43

The next parliamentary election the majority of people aged 18-35 will be ISIS, and they will be voting on a shariah law initiative and an expedited program of kuffar extermination.

Anonymous cheddarman May 23, 2016 3:41 PM  

Now would be a good time to invest in lamp post and rope futures for the European market.

Blogger Josh May 23, 2016 3:41 PM  

Do you know who else won the popular vote amongst Austrians?

Blogger SouthRon May 23, 2016 3:53 PM  

After following dienw's link above, I found this...

Lame Cherry on the superiority of European gunpowder over American gunpowder due to higher creosote content. Discuss amongst yourselves.

Anonymous Napoleon 12pdr May 23, 2016 3:59 PM  

SouthRon, that's a VERY interesting link. I shoot BP arms competitively, it's well established that the Swiss powder beats the normal Goex hands-down. This is the first sensible explanation of why this might be so.

Anonymous Brick Hardslab May 23, 2016 4:04 PM  

Pseudotsuga wrote:@22:

That's why some states in the USA (like Washington and Oregon) love them some mail voting-- include ALL votes! Voting for everyone through the mail, so we can lie, cheat and ste...err, I mean, have fair Democratic elections!

There's two dirty things going on here. First is that you must offer illegal aliens the option to register to vote and you may not challenge them even if you know they are illegal aliens you'll simply lose your job.

The second thing is even more wrong and embarrassing. Washington cheats but they cheat so badly that it takes them several tries to get it right. Ballots are counted over and over until it comes out the Soros way. Chicago is better at it. If you're going to cheat at least don't be so obvious. That's just humiliation

Anonymous WaterBoy May 23, 2016 4:05 PM  

OT: Your latest Hultgreen-Curie victim

Anonymous 5343 May 23, 2016 4:06 PM  

Andon wrote:"not much different than the current occupant and I don't see anyone doing anything about him"



It's the nature of the American electoral system, my friend. Knowing Obama is in his last year in office, what's to fight? There's no value in making waves with him. He'll be gone by November no matter what.

Now, suppose he decided to amend the Constitution so that he could go another 8 years, or indefinitely, I think you'd see a different picture.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother May 23, 2016 4:08 PM  

There is no man under heaven in which you can trust, Conan. Not man, woman or beast. But this, this you can trust.

(Points to sword)

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother May 23, 2016 4:14 PM  

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Blogger Lovekraft May 23, 2016 4:15 PM  

Hofer is going to be able to leverage this result to protect and advance the movement. He has credibility, so he is going to be in a position to keep going.

A lesser, fringe party would be subject to more surveillance, harassment (i.e. IRS) etc. So even though Austria has to wait, it should also use this time to prepare.

The nationalists were not in the news holding protests and intimidating others, otherwise we would've heard about them 24/7. No, they are doing exactly what Vox is describing: laying down a platform, then letting the opposition wear itself out catering to numerous pressures.

Blogger Lovekraft May 23, 2016 4:20 PM  

Heartiste weighs in:

heartiste.wordpress.com/2016/05/23/more-evidence-supporting-the-men-invade-women-invite-theory-of-geopolitics/

Anonymous BluePony May 23, 2016 4:25 PM  

You just have to phrase the issue honestly and correctly and talk to people you know. I've had a lot of success getting converts with just the globalist versus nationalist issue. You need to tailor the ratio of rhetoric to dialectic differently for each person, but keep at it, people. I've got both (former) cucks and even a few liberal types moving toward Trump.

I find the "free trade" issue the most challenging to deprogram, but it can be done. Don't barrage people with politics. It's a long way til November. Chip away at it. Little bits here and there. Get each little point across and then back off. Let it percolate and settle in their minds.

Am I having way too much fun this election?

Anonymous BluePony May 23, 2016 4:31 PM  

"I like how the left can't look any further into the future than the next election. It is they think, for example, if Clinton, Inc. is elected, then thing will just be all awesome and good."

That's how the Dems lost Congress last time. They crowed about the U3 unemployment figured and how that there economy she be a roarin' back! As if by lack of magic, the millions of people ignored by the U3 didn't just portal out to the different universe, and voted accordingly. For their efforts they got Paul Ryan, so hence Trump.

Blogger haus frau May 23, 2016 4:32 PM  

@56 "I find the "free trade" issue the most challenging to deprogram, but it can be done. Don't barrage people with politics. It's a long way til November. Chip away at it. Little bits here and there. Get each little point across and then back off. Let it percolate and settle in their minds."

I'm not especially well versed in the details of economic theory but as a non-expert, if you start off by theoretically conceding that free trade could be a good thing but then laying out why we don't have free trade and how the system is leveraged against American economic interests it goes a long way toward getting people to hear you out. Also, there are many things like rare earth metals and pharmaceuticals that are far too security sensitive to rely on potentially hostile and corrupt foreign governments to supply.

Blogger Gaiseric May 23, 2016 4:39 PM  

It's relatively easy to deprogram if you approach it right. Cronyist corporatism and the economic ideal of free trade have very little in common other than the propaganda. Like you say; acknowledging that free trade as an ideal isn't necessary a bad thing; but then pointing out that our system is nothing like that ideal is usually a pretty good deprogrammer.

Anonymous Dan May 23, 2016 4:54 PM  

I am Austrian by heritage and love Austria. I would note that the Freedom Party has been successful, even without winning.

Austria has already done a 180 on border security, enacting much harder border and asylum policies in the first half of 2016 after spending much of 2015 licking Merkel's horrifying self.

That includes:
* A hard (and much lower) cap on asylum numbers
* Border controls
* Heading up a not-Merkel coalition of countries to solve the border issue, Germany not invited

This was all done without the Freedom party being in power. And it was an about-face from 2015.

The left really does believe that Freedom Party = Hitler, because they are just that stupid. Therefore, they probably tried to take the wind out of their sails by tightening up on immigration themselves. Which is good.

Sweden's ruling leftists clamped down on migration when the "far right" become restive. They really think that the right is about to start killing people, presumably because that's what they would do if the roles were reversed.

Blogger weka May 23, 2016 5:07 PM  

Greens are generally electoral poison. The Austrian elite were desperate.

Anonymous Garrulus May 23, 2016 5:16 PM  

http://wahl16.bmi.gv.at/

3.6% disqualified votes is also highly suspect, earlier rounds had 1.5%+ less disqualified ballots.

~1.5% is twice as high as the margin by which vanderbellen won.

Anonymous Garrulus May 23, 2016 5:19 PM  

Millennialwoes hangout about the elections with austrians giving background information https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXPgl_3A8Ck

Anonymous Dave May 23, 2016 5:35 PM  

Dan wrote:I am Austrian by heritage and love Austria. I would note that the Freedom Party has been successful, even without winning.


Is not Austria's presidential office mostly a ceremonial position? If the Freedom Party is beginning to realize their goals even when not officially in power then what would Hofer do any differently if he was elected?


Admins: tiny bird comment was deleted; troll?

Blogger Teri May 23, 2016 6:03 PM  

That's how Christine Gregoire became governor! Just keep counting the votes until you find enough.

Anonymous Hesperides May 23, 2016 6:17 PM  

Oh, you boys are so cute and slow. We can call this before it happens...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2WaQcnBnn0


p.s.

Never get excited about purges and pogroms unless you know what the criteria are.

;.;

Blogger VFM #7634 May 23, 2016 6:28 PM  

Incredibly shocked that the absentee ballots (i.e. people who have no direct stake in the country at the moment) were for a candidate who wants to flood it with refugees.

@Geoff martin
You've hit on something there. Americans have an extraordinarily low expat rate for a white country, only about 1-2%. No country in the entire world (that I know of) gives free or easy residence to Americans. Compare that to Brits, who can move anywhere in the EU they want to, or New Zealanders, who have free rights to migrate to Australia.

So based on this, one would expect Americans to be more skeptical of immigration than other Anglo countries. Americans think, this is the only country we have, and we don't want Third Worlders fvcking it up. Brits think, I can always move to Spain if there are too many Pakis around.

And this is exactly what we find.

Greens are generally electoral poison. The Austrian elite were desperate.

@weka
Think of the Greens as the European version of Bernie supporters.

Anonymous BGKB May 23, 2016 7:03 PM  

Basically, the intelligent and attractive vote for inclusion.

Ed Rendell a democrat said HilLIARy has a lock on the ugly women vote.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2016/05/18/ed-rendell-apologizes-for-ugly-women-remarks-in-washington-post-interview/

mail-in ballots were likely to favor Mr. Van der Bellen, given many of them are cast by expatriates who tend to prefer open-border

How many from Israel?

the Democratic party will be quickly replaced as well. The migrants will not let old white liberals run things.

They think dumb wetbacks wont notice the superdelagates that look like the staff at huffpost

if Clinton, Inc. is elected, then thing will just be all awesome and good. Like the good little surfs we are will just go along and would acknowledge the legitimacy of a corrupt, sociopath oligarch like Clinton, Inc.

Like women and most gays they think a judge can force someone to like them.

Blogger Random May 23, 2016 7:20 PM  

SingSling wrote:

Slightly OT (as both involve Orcs): Looking forward to a Total War of a different type tomorrow.


Me too, I hope the release delays gave the devs enough time to work out the bugs.

WAAAAAGH!

Anonymous Fed Up Aussie May 23, 2016 7:31 PM  

Speaking of nationalist parties, all Aussies should be aware Pauline Hanson is back in charge of One Nation and she is standing in the upper house for the state of qld and fielding 30+ candidates across Australia for the federal election in both houses. One Nation is the only Aussie anti immigration party to stand a chance at holding sway and I urge you all to vote for them.

For those outside of Australia, Pauline Hanson was a candidate for the Liberals (current government) in the 90s and stood down for her views on immigration. She then started her own party and the two major parties in Australia ganged up to destroy her. She ended up facing prison time on trumped up electoral fundimy funds charges but thankfully the conviction was overturned. The backlash is coming across the whole Western world.

Anonymous Godfrey May 23, 2016 8:43 PM  

This is just more proof that the Global Elite is the organ grinder and the Left is the dancing monkey.

The Global Elites know they have nothing to fear from the Left. The Left are their pets who work for peanuts.

Need more proof?

Look at Greece. The Left sold the people out to the bankers.

Anonymous Godfrey May 23, 2016 8:45 PM  

The only true threat to the corrupt oppressive global banking system... IS THE RIGHT. And the crony wealth global elites know it.

Blogger SouthRon May 23, 2016 10:23 PM  

After following dienw's link above, I found this...

Lame Cherry on the superiority of European gunpowder over American gunpowder due to higher creosote content. Discuss amongst yourselves.

Blogger SciVo May 23, 2016 11:21 PM  

Nota Bene: The President is a mostly ceremonial post, but one of those is the swearing in of the chancellor, and Van der Bellen has said that he wouldn't swear in FPÖ chairman Heinz-Christian Strache if he won. So this is the best possible result for those who want to skip to the point where the globalists force a crisis of state legitimacy.

I see now that globalists have an inherent 4G vulnerability: because they don't believe in the nation, they have no instinct for protecting the moral legitimacy of the state.

Blogger Dire Badger May 23, 2016 11:26 PM  

I don't think the EU really understands what, historically, those in the austria/germany/hungary area are capable of when they feel like they are being politically dispossessed.
That sort of thing touched off two world wars, the 50 year war, and as far as I know a host of other wars that raged across Europe and killed a huge amount of the European population.

Ah well, Europe needs the occasional purge.

Blogger Dire Badger May 23, 2016 11:28 PM  

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Blogger Dire Badger May 23, 2016 11:31 PM  

@Southron-
Shove your 'discuss' up your ass.
anyone that ends a comment with 'discuss' is an egomaniac that really, really needs a good solid punch in the nose.

Blogger SciVo May 23, 2016 11:56 PM  

Speaking of crises of legitimacy, by my calculations, our communist friend Bernie only needs 65% of the remaining pledged delegates to walk into Philadelphia with a slim majority of those. But Democrats have nothing for the next two weeks, and then just a couple of territories, so we won't find out until June 7th.

Hypothesis: Since globalists don't believe in the nation, and demonstrably have weak instincts for protecting state legitimacy, they're also relatively unconcerned with the moral legitimacy of any subsidiary institutions (such as the party). Therefore, we can't rule out the possibility that the superdelegates and rulemakers would engineer a decision that would alienate their base.

I wonder: does the Impossibility of Social Justice Convergence apply to leftist parties, since they come pre-converged? Or are social justice advocacy institutions an exception, able to set aside their cult's tenets when they get in the way of the evangelical mission?

Blogger Dire Badger May 24, 2016 12:06 AM  

@SciVo- Based on the success of the $PLC. I would say that such institutions are an exception... the $PLC does not have a high proportion of vibrancy.

Blogger SciVo May 24, 2016 12:28 AM  

Godfrey wrote:The only true threat to the corrupt oppressive global banking system... IS THE RIGHT. And the crony wealth global elites know it.

What is the one country to actually sentence bankers to prison instead of bailing them out?

Hint: "On 6 October, the Icelandic legislature instituted an emergency law which enabled the Financial Supervisory Authority to take control over financial institutions and made domestic deposits in the banks priority claims. In the following days, new banks were founded to take over the domestic operations of Kaupthing, Landsbanki and Glitnir. The old banks were put into receivership and liquidation, resulting in losses for their shareholders and foreign creditors."

And who is the one chancellor to resign from the Panama Papers scandal?

Hint: "Sigmundur Davíð first rose to prominence in Iceland as a spokesperson for the InDefence movement, that fought foreign creditors' attempts to make Iceland pay out £2.3 billion in compensation to the United Kingdom and the Netherlands following the collapse and subsequent nationalisation of Iceland's three banks."

And what is the other country whose leader's reputation was most smeared by the Panama Papers?

Hint: "On 7 October, the central bank of Iceland announced that they had been in talks with the Russian ambassador to Iceland, Victor I. Tatarintsev, over a €4 billion loan from Russia. ... When questioned on the matter in a press conference, Geir Haarde said: 'We have not received the kind of support that we were requesting from our friends. So in a situation like that one has to look for new friends.'"

Blogger The Other Robot May 24, 2016 12:45 AM  

Meanwhile, the internet melts down because the fragile sisterhood of victimology had a tantrum.

Anonymous Rona May 24, 2016 3:30 AM  

Good news in my view. The elections were almost certainly stolen and a significant part of the nation will see it that way. This will significantly undermine legitimacy of the institution especially given that the winner is truly a piece of leftist garbage and his anti-nationalist Austria-is-shit views are very public.

Add to this that victory wouldn't mean that the right would be able to make important changes, not alone. For now it's better to be in opposition until more of the population shifts. Attack leftists in power and publicize what they're doing to Europe at every turn.

Latest example http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3604936/PICTURED-Blood-smeared-floors-walls-child-migrant-centre-Swedish-social-worker-22-stabbed-death-frenzied-attack-Somali-boy-TWENTY-ONE.html

Rona

Blogger Ahazuerus May 24, 2016 3:33 AM  

It's also worth noting that the head of every member nation of the current EU, in 1945, would now be considered as "far right".

But, you know, it's CURRENT YEAR ... so the SJW lemmings having no memory nor ability to learn (from history or from any other source), they make these idiot pronouncements, such that a mild-mannered man who wants to protect his nation and his countrymen from invading barbarians, would have been the first far right head of an EU nation had he won.

That this is so far from truth is highly illustrative of the invariant nature of the three laws of SJWs. That the master of Europe WILL inevitably double down on their present idiocies, only ensures that what they now cal "far right" will - as Vox predicts - sooner or later crush them under its weight.

There's a fundamental error, in "progressive" thinking (if that's not an oxymoron), and it is this notion that human affairs, politics, can be constantly pushed ever further from their historic norms, without consequence. This is turn is based on the false presumption that historic norms are/were merely capricious arbitrary positions of white male advantage.

But they're not. They exist as a function of innate human nature, and the further the progressive try to push humanity away from them, the greater will be the force of the recoil, as affairs inevitably revert to their historic mean.

Politics is not a linear track but a slow heavy pendulum.

The Summer of easy idiocy is ending.

Winter is coming.

Anonymous Rona May 24, 2016 4:44 AM  

Ahazuerus wrote:That the master of Europe WILL inevitably double down on their present idiocies, only ensures that what they now cal "far right" will - as Vox predicts - sooner or later crush them under its weight.

There's a fundamental error, in "progressive" thinking (if that's not an oxymoron), and it is this notion that human affairs, politics, can be constantly pushed ever further from their historic norms, without consequence. ... They exist as a function of innate human nature, and the further the progressive try to push humanity away from them, the greater will be the force of the recoil, ...

Winter is coming.


Yes, leftists are so arrogant and disdainful of history they are unable to anticipate necessary consequences of this latest hard push. Instead they believe Europe will be forcibly multiracialized, opponents suppressed with hate speech laws and children brainwashed via public education until past norms, values, identities and ways of thinking go into memory hole to be reinterpreted and brought out only as a cautionary tale of what hatred looks like.

I'm grateful that left is pushing migration this intensely and in millions, they can't wait to crush nationalists and this is why they will lose. Afro-Islamic invasion could have been spread out over 50-70 years with 2 generations of Europeans growing up in hellholes not knowing better, but seeing destruction of Europe this fast tends to wake people up. Winter is coming.

Rona

Blogger JaimeInTexas May 24, 2016 6:58 AM  

How do you propose a POTUS is able to amend?

Anonymous Eric the Red May 24, 2016 7:56 AM  

mark t wrote:Far-right candidate narrowly defeated in Austrian presidential election...

New President: 'Whoever Loves Austria is Sh*t':


These globalist swine should be forced upon pain of death to stop wallowing in the appropriated benefits of their nation-state, and moved to an essentially stateless area somewhere such as Sudan.

Blogger rms/pa May 24, 2016 3:46 PM  

bought it. read it. where is the next?

Blogger Gustavo May 25, 2016 9:42 PM  

Forgive my English, please read: Colombia, Brazil (the president suffered impeachment), Venezuela (chaos) and El Salvador. All were Marxist former guerrilla fighters. See the percentage of the polls when they were elected in the image below, Argentina changed the vote counting system recently:

http://goo.gl/48IjRA

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