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TOPIC: RIGHT voting

RIGHT voting 23 May 2016 16:16 #1

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AfD in Germany.
Freedom Party in Austria.
FN in France.
LN in Italy
GD in Greece
All right wing and doing well cos people are sick of immigration and voting for them.
All those parties distance themselves from Adolf though cos Adolf is a bit of a 'toxic brand' so if they came out in favour of the dude they'd lose votes.
So they all say 'We're different from National Socialism'.
To me that is sensible. The Adolf biggers-up tend to be in Nazi type groups, march on demos , shout a lot, wave flags and then go home.
Maybe their demos get broken up by the police and deffo ALL their leadership has been bought and paid for by the local intelligence services.
That is the case for every far right 'National Socialist' boosting group anywhere in Europe ever.
The security services undermine and infiltrate them in order to use them and gather info on the members.
BUT
A properly constituted political party such as those I listed at the top..
IF it gains power then it controls the law and the police.
SO if enough people vote for a right wing anti immigration party and that gains power as a result.
THEN that party should deliver on its promises and sort out the immigration chaos.
I'm not keen on right wing politics but I do believe in people getting the government and policies that they have voted for.
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RIGHT voting 23 May 2016 18:06 #2

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My impression of hardcore right wingers is that they believe that most people think like them, but are too afraid to speak out because... they're in the majority, but they're afraid? Not very logical, I know, but it's the standard of critical thinking I've come to expect. Yet, over in Austria, the birthplace of the saviour of the Nazi's, their recent election has just seen them pipped to the post by the Green party. If the consensus really was behind them, they should have landslided that victory in the current political climate, but it never happened.
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RIGHT voting 24 May 2016 15:43 #3

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If I was that right wing Freedom Party dude in Austria who has just been pipped to the post for President...
I'd be asking for a close look at those postal votes that came in together at the last minute.
The dude was robbed IMO and a lot in Austria seem to think the same way.
Thing is though they have main elections soon and I reckon the FP will win a majority in those.
Time will tell.
I'm on side with the legitimate right in Europe as far as controlling immigration goes.
Not so much with economics though.
There's a massive difference between properly constituted political parties and those redneck morons waving Adolf banners on demos.
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RIGHT voting 24 May 2016 17:51 #4

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Agree - the postal votes need looking at. Imagine the whining and shrieks from the usual suspects if the "far right" guy had won. Still hoping without much hope for a Brexit to start the EU on a jack and jill fell down the hill tumble.


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RIGHT voting 24 May 2016 20:19 #5

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You have to ask what percentage of the electorate took part in the process. If it as low a turn out as we've been getting in our MEP elections, say, the likelihood that those that didn't vote would have mainly voted for the right is slim to non-existent. If only 50% vote and it only needs 50+% of them to win, you're getting your power because the voters wont get off their arse. Or, it's all smoke and mirrors and the voters are just pissing into the wind.
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RIGHT voting 25 May 2016 15:37 #6

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From all votes cast that old Green dude in Austria won it by a gnat's on late postal votes.
Thing is with postal votes those tend to come from older people and older people tend to be more right wing.
For some reason those late postal votes in Austria were all for the old Green dude.
Not likely is it?
IMO there might well have been some mischief afoot.
Time will tell and my call is that the Freedom Party will romp home come the next election.
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RIGHT voting 07 Jun 2016 14:33 #7

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We will see this EU wide. The ruling elite doesn't want right-wing to gain power.
anti mass emigration and anti EU, nationalism are the worst fear for those in power.
Just look what is happening to silence people, to stop the right of protesting, to enslave the people.
Also its everywhere the same retoric against the right-wing, your easily get called a racist, biggot, or islamofoob.
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RIGHT voting 07 Jun 2016 20:10 #8

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Regarding the Austrian election:

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RIGHT voting 08 Jun 2016 16:36 #9

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On the bright side though.
Fiddling the count only works when votes are really close.
It's impossible to fiddle a public count where it is obvious that one candidate has won the vast majority of votes cast.
You can see with your own eyes the vast piles of votes for that candidate compared with the small piles for other candidates.
For the radical new-rightbto form a government it needs more support than does its opposition.
Austria was deffo a fix but it couldn't have been fixed gived a bigger majority for the new-right dude.
Simple answer..
Get more voters voting for the new-right.
IMO that is happening.
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