AfD On 15% – Meaning 40% Of Berlin’s German Voters?


Nice to see that the patriot party is polling 15% in the run-up to Berlin’s Senate vote next Sunday.

Given the number of resident aliens, often with dual nationality (Berlin comes third in the global chart for Turk-populated cities) that possibly translates into a much higher percentage of the actual German electorate in the capital who plan to cast their ballots for the AfD.


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/http://www.thelocal.de/20160909/polls-show-far-right-afd-could-win-15-percent-in-berlin-vote

My ‘40%’ is pure conjecture to provoke touchy BritBrat millenials who also live and vote there. 

However, damn sure there’s a lot of Berlin voters, as in the rest of Germany, whose first loyalty lies abroad. Certainly more than 15%. They will likely vote for the Red Linke Partei, or for the far-left Greens..

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  • …whom The Local, aka The Leftal, whitewashes, describing them as the pro-environmental party!

As opposed to their usual biased label of ‘far-right’ for the AfD!

So what’s to be done about the alien electorate? 

An interesting option emerges from an article in The Leftal’s Austrian edition.

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  • Pay undesirables to get lost!

Just over half of Turkish migrants living in Austria have thought about leaving the country, and almost 40 percent would be tempted to do so if they were offered money…

http://www.thelocal.at/20160908/survey-almost-40-percent-of-turks-would-leave-austria-for-money

That’s according to a survey by an outfit, allegedly connected to the wannabe caliph in Ankara. The strangely named (if it is pro-Erdogan) Union of European Turkish Democrats (UETD) has produced some interesting info.


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A large number of the malcontents whined about ‘Islamophobia’ in their responses, but the good news is that 53.5 percent said they would immediately leave the country if they had the chance, and 39.8 percent stated they would do so if they were offered financial compensation.

A lot of the latter are greedy SOBs – 43.8 percent said they would only go if given €100,000, while the remainder would be content with a lower sum.

A bayonet prodding their backsides would seem a fairer price for Austrian tax-payers to pay, but let’s not be too quick to dismiss the idea of paying the arrogant brutes.

All the hassle and hooplah involved in deportations can be expensive, especially when so many judges are likely to take the side of the Enemy Within. Belgium Stabs Its Police in the Back 

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Basically, an easy way forward would be to make them as ill at ease as possible, perhaps bi-weekly summonses to the Interior Ministry  – other suggestions welcome, please, readers – then make an offer they can’t refuse.

But no way a hundred thousand euros.   

As the burghers of Hamelin said…

‘A thousand guilders? Come, say fifty!’