Saturday, 19 September 2015

"The refugee crisis has many faces. Alongside the urgent need of many, there are also some who believe they can exploit this Culture of Welcoming to make shameless demands," said Christian Ragger who represents the Carinthia branch of the Freedom Party of Austria in the regional parliament. He is making reference to events currently underway in St. Kanzian. On Tuesday 20 asylum seekers went on hunger strike because they were given residency permits, as the law provides for, and not passports, and because they are not receiving 2000 euros of pocket money each month. The most bizarre thing is that these "striking" asylum seekers also want to hold a press conference. They apparently assume that related reports in the media will ensure their demands are met.
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This is a press release issued by the Austrian Freedom Party, which, according to reports, is now the largest party in Austria and is having its popularity boosted by the "migrant" crisis.
The refugee crisis is seeing the popularity values of the Freedom Party surge again. In a current Unique Research poll for "profil" (Sample: 500) the FPÖ are as high as 33 per cent. The SPÖ [Socialists]. as the second-biggest party, are 10 points behind.
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6 comments:

  1. One of the reasons I still look in on the Jewish front Counter Jihad blogsites is one picks up valuable info: On Gates of Vienna some time ago, the Freedom Party's leader, Heinz Strache, was pictured with Geert Wilders and his election campaign manager, a Jew, between them. I'm assuming that the strategy of the main competing political parties against the Freedom Party will be to form a coalition to block the Freedom Party from forming a viable government (if it were to win a slight majority vote). These elections, in European countries, always seem to involve political parties having only slight percentage differences between one another which makes coalitions an ultimately poisonous necessity.

    This is actually the main political problem as I see it in Western countries: they operate, deliberately so, on the basis of 'coalitions' with one another to act as spoilers against any political party gaining control which would have a genuinely populist programme. It comes down to a mockery of democracy and a smokescreen to keep voters fooled into believing that elections will ultimately make a difference to improve their lives and change the seemingly suicidal actions of successive governments. Perhaps I'll be proved wrong but experience is a harsh teacher...

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  2. Geert Wilders' wife, mother and Indonesian-Dutch family are Jews. Infallible Rule of Thumb: if the CounterJihad supports a politician or political party, it's controlled opposition, which is why, even when people who genuinely care about their countries join these entities (like the "EDL" --- modelled on and staffed by Jewish Defense Leaguers --- or Pegida), they still will not achieve any legitimate ends (at least for Europeans). And Donald Trump is definitely a trojan horse: pro-Israel, daughters married to Jews and prepared to 'work' with millions of illegals already in the US. The supposed Jewish media attacks are just a side-show to fool people into foolishly supporting these stooges.

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    1. I think there's a danger in seeing Jews as all-powerful manipulators. In a way, that's almost to internalise their own view of themselves as a "master race". The fact is they're not just that good; they're not anywhere near as clever as they, and many others, think they are; their attempted manipulations often go wrong, even from their own narrow ethnic perspective. That, indeed, is what Auster was pointing out in the article linked to in another comment thread.

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    2. Very well said.

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  3. The end of Europe is coming... and the end starts in Germany / Austria..., again.

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  4. The tip of the iceberg. Just wait and see what you've done.

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