Puzzled Pinkos In Germany – Who Are Patriot Party’s Secret Supporters?


Firstly, sincere congratulations to the AfD, on winning their biggest major prize to date, the state parliament vice-presidency in the province of Sachsen Anhalt, which is part of what we’d call Saxony.
“The result was really a surprise,” said the new Vice President Daniel Rausch
But what’s just honourable modesty on Herr Rausch’s part is a gnawing torment to the SPD aka Red Nazis, and their even further left comrades in the parliament, Die Linke, heirs to the old quisling party in the former Soviet Zone.
AfD’s Rausch – a man with a magic touch?
It was Die Linke’s man, Wulf Gallert, who was widely tipped to win, but didn’t!
As DW (no doubt with much chagrin) reports, Rausch was not elected solely by the other AfD members in the 87-member legislature. With 46 votes putting him in office, Rausch received 21 votes from members of other parties.
ACH SO! Herr Gallert was counting on the CDU? And now he’s disappointed?
Since the reds and greens are highly unlikely to have swung their backing to anyone from the AfD, this means that most if not all of those 21 mystery voters came from the ranks of Mama Stasi Merkel’s CDU Saxon legislators.
And that’s a clear sign of slippage.
If more and more of Merkel’s men and women start shifting towards the only party that speaks for Germany against the horrid migrant horde, the old bitch will sooner or later find her position untenable.
No wonder her monkey-on-a-string  provincial puppet, Siegfried Borgwardt, showed such boorish bad manners after Herr Rausch’s victory.
As you might expect from somebody prepared to serve a former Stasi nark, the clown was quite graceless, whining that “We honor the office, not the person.”
No disrespect to Rausch, who, as an AfD stalwart, is clearly a damn fine chap, who deserves to be honoured.
But that CDU churl Borgwardt knows he’s lost his grip on his party colleagues.
That is a powerful message to all the other restless CDU people in Land Parliaments across Germany, and, hoffentlich, to those in Berlin.
Join up with AfD and expand into Germany’s first truly national-conservative party since before Hitelr destroyed democracy in 1933.