• ross1948 04:55 on September 29, 2019 Permalink Reply
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    Viel Glück, FPO!


    Elections today in Austria, with the FPO patriot party polling well enough to merit re-inclusion in a government led, as is likely, by the ‘centre-right’ Sebastian Kurz, of whom we once had high hopes.

    But media rumour ( aka hope!) is that he may instead join forces with the leftist Greens…

    .

    …and another ‘liberal’ party called NEOS.

    We shall see.

    But what was most alarming in the run-up to the election was the arrogance of the Austrian President…

    Far-Left Bellen Brays Support For Biased State Media! 

    ..   Van der Bellen

    Will Green Fascist Try To Thwart Patriot Power In Vienna? 

    …van der Bellen, a person once described rather accurately as a ‘green fascist’ by the admirable Herr Hofer, who’s now in charge of the FPO.

    Campaign posters featuring the far-right Freedom Party leader Norbert Hofer during the party's Oktoberfest in Vienna on September 19, 2019

    Like Italy’s President Matarella, he’s meant to be a ceremonial leader, in a position like Queen Elizabeth in the UK, with various powers that are not meant to be used if there’s a functioning parliamentary government.

    Vaffanculo, Matarella! Impeach This Lousy President! 

    Like that Italian, he aspires to much greater power.

    When the green and grizzled Austrian jackanapes narrowly defeated Hofer in presidential elections two years ago, Bellen‘s authoritarian leanings were already obvious.

    And since then, he has revealed an excessive level of animosity towards one FPO notable in particular.

    The Interior Minister, Herbert Kickl, showed real grit and patriotism throughout his term of office.

    Euro-Court Exposed For What It is – Creeps Gang Up On Kickl! 

    Bellen is an enemy of democracy!

    In response, Kickl said it is possible that he may receive a considerable number of preferential votes in the election. This would mean the president would have no choice but to swear him in, arguing that he must act in accordance with constitution, and “cannot act arbitrarily.”  

    http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2019-08/31/c_13835394

    Tomorrow night, or Monday morning at the latest, we will see who wins as far as votes are concerned.

    Good luck to Kickl and the FPO.

    But once the votes are counted and the coalition wheeling and dealing gets done, we shall see who wins when it comes to that arrogant president trying to impose his will on an elected government.

     

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