• ross1948 17:30 on January 24, 2022 Permalink Reply
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    Portugal’s Patriot Party Beats Red Jackboot

    Very weird constitution, Portugal’s, with a ‘prohibition on racist organisations‘ but no ban at all on the Communist Party or other marxist gangs that thrive…



    …on the foul old German fraud’s divisive dogmas of class-hatred and envy.

    Anyway, amending their constitution is something for the Portuguese people to get around to when they have the time and inclination to do so.

    Meanwhile, a nasty leftist woman named Ana Gomes…

    She’s a horror – see our PS!

    ….has been trying to get the patriot party, Chega, outlawed, an urgent task in the eyes of the rabid left…

    Chega’s Big Chance – Hope For Portugal?

    Good News From Portugal! Chega OK!

    …given that so many voters have been flocking to support Chega and its energetic leader, André Ventura.


    See the source image


    I was drawn to this matter by a report in the Soros-funded ‘Open Democracy’ site – an odd-ball outfit we have noticed in the past.


    ‘Open Democracy?’ “Pseuds’ Corner,” More Like! 

    One might expect any media purporting to support open democratic systems would be up in arms about the Gomes jackboot threat.

    On the contrary, the author of the piece sounds almost like he’s salivating over the prospect of thwarting that growing segment of the electorate that’s had enough of being affronted by anti-social ‘minorities!’

    Told by a Lisbon University prof that, for Jackboot Gomes to get her evil way, Chega’s alleged ‘racism’ “must be intense”, Open Democracy’s pinko creep astutely notes that-

     …determining what qualifies as “intense racism” is proving to be a challenge for the Portuguese authorities.

    Reading Pinko’s shrilly partisan guff is not pleasant, but useful, in that I learned of the existence of a kangaroo quasi-court, the Portuguese Commission for Equality and Against Discrimination (CICDR), a body that includes members of parliament, government and civil society organisations.

    In what possible democracy-based judicial system are ‘civil society organisations…



    …aka ‘NGOs’ – coopted to the judiciary, with powers to levy fines on any citizens?

    Chega’s leader has already been a victim of these witch-hunters, but happily ‘Lisbon’s criminal court acquitted the leader of Chega and overruled the decision of the CICDR that fined Ventura for statements made on Facebook…


    Seems he was telling off the Roma and CICDR’s pinko creeps got their knickers in a twist!


    Hey, UK! Don’t Abhor Romanians – Roma Rogues Are The Problem

    Brussels, to the French, in France – “It’s No Matter if You’reRoma or French!

    Why do left-liberals get uptight about Roma?


    The courts, to the Open Democracy intolerant’s evident chagrin, seem likely to ward off Gomes’s demand for ideological totalitarianism.

    Chega’s continued rise will be up to the people of Portugal.

    Good luck to Andre Ventura this month.




    For more on Ana Gomes’ pro-crimmigrant, anti-Israel and far-left involvements…

    Peruse her wikipedia entry, esp the part about corruption..

    Two requests made by the Deputy Attorney General of Portugal in 2014 and 2017 to waive Ana Gomes’ parliamentary immunity with respect to criminal proceedings against her… have both been decided against by the European Parliament.[25][26]

    That ‘European Parliament’ sure lives up to the nick-name we like to use!




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