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as voters across Europe turn to extremists and anti-EU parties

Quote:Exit polls have placed the hardline party as the country's most popular
The ruling socialists appeared to trail well behind with just 14 per cent

FN leader Marine Le Pen heralded victory for 'sovereign people of France'

Prime Minister Manuel Valls described result as 'a shock, an earthquake'
Le Pen called for French parliament to be dissolved to 'control borders'

By DANIEL MARTIN, WHITEHALL CORRESPONDENT

PUBLISHED: 19:13 GMT, 25 May 2014 | UPDATED: 23:03 GMT, 25 May 2014


The far-Right National Front has topped the polls in France as countries across Europe turned to extremist and anti-EU parties.

Exit polls suggest the anti-immigrant party led by Marine Le Pen took more than a quarter of the vote, pushing President Hollande’s Socialist Party into third place with just 13 per cent.

It is the first time the party – which wants to cut immigration drastically and reduce the influence of Islam – has come first in a nationwide election in its 40-year history. Projections show it could take 25 of France’s 74 European Parliament seats.


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"wants to cut immigration drastically and reduce the influence of Islam"

Wow, that sounds totally 'extreme'!

Good ol' Europe, ever swinging between extremes. Can't wait for the 'git back'.
(05-26-2014 05:26 PM)Megatherium Wrote: [ -> ]"wants to cut immigration drastically and reduce the influence of Islam"

Wow, that sounds totally 'extreme'!

Good ol' Europe, ever swinging between extremes. Can't wait for the 'git back'.
And Mega, they should vote "No safe haven for Matt Abbott!!!"???!!!
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Excluding issues of race and Islam, these "far right" parties are left wing, especially the ones in France and Sweden, far right is a slur to demonize Europeans who don't bow down to Islam and apologize for being white.
When the situation becomes so that you have to take certain measures to insure survival and sovereignty, those measures are only considered extreme by the status quo and those enslaving you. When over 25% of the populace votes for a party, can they really be considered that "extreme" or "far" anything?
Greece's elections send at least three Golden Dawn members to the European Parliament

http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014...ons-greece

The election marked a turning point for Greece on Sunday with voters delivering a resounding victory for the radical left Syriza party while sending at least three neo-nazi Golden Dawn members to Brussels.

In a historic day for the left, the anti-austerity Syriza won the ballot by a margin of nearly four points over the conservative New Democracy party led by prime minister Antonis Samaras. Addressing supporters as the results rolled in, Alexis Tsipras, Syriza's leader, called for general elections to be held immediately, saying the outcome robbed the government of any "political or moral legitimacy" to continue enforcing policies that were overwhelming rejected.

As the country on the frontline of Europe's debt crisis, Greece has been forced to adopt excruciating reforms and spending cuts in return for rescue packages sponsored by the EU and International Monetary Fund.

"Tomorrow all of Europe will be talking about Syriza," said the 39-year-oldTsipras, also the European Left's candidate for commission president. "Already the peoples of Europe are celebrating the defeat of the memorandum [the accord outlining Athens' two bailout agreements] in the country chosen as a guinea pig by the European leadership.".

But with nearly half of the vote counted and 26.4% compared with the two-party coalition's combined 30.2 %, Samaras insisted that the result had not been the endorsement Syriza had been looking for to overturn the government.

Instead, with about 9.37% of the vote it was the far-right Golden Dawn's showing that is likely to shake the Greek political establishment most.

Following up on their strong performance in local elections last week, the extremists were catapulted into third place in the country's political constellation, behind Syriza and New Democracy.

Although stridently anti-EU and anti-bailout – sentiments that speak increasingly to the heart and minds of a nation felled by the debt crisis – Golden Dawn is also the most vicious far-right party on the continent of Europe with a third of its leadership in prison on charges of running a criminal organization.

In a first for any political force, the extremists who have recently gone out of their way to soften their image but are the focus of a government-ordered judicial investigation, have been accused of murder, racial violence, illegal weapons possession and extortion.

In a message delivered from his Athenian prison cell, Golden Dawn's leader Nikos Michaloliakos told supporters: "I congratulate you for managing to resist the government's terrorism and for not believing their lies. We are the only political power that actually stands up against our state being run by foreign powers …

"Golden Dawn is now the third force in the political life of the country. New Democracy paid the price for their policies against our people … and Syriza has failed to express the public anger. Our slogan was the thieves should be in prison and the money they embezzled returned to the people but the thieves managed to put us in jail," he railed. "They tried to dig a grave for us but they fell in it themselves."

In its bid to gain international acceptability, Golden Dawn has recently made overtures to other far-right parties in the EU. Its spokesman and candidate for Athens mayor, Ilias Kasidiaris, last week described France's Marine Le Pen as a "visionary." Le Pen's Front National has repeatedly rejected calls for cooperation from Golden Dawn whose symbol resembles the Swastika and whose leaders have publicly applauded Adolf Hitler.
"A bad day for the European Union", but a good day for Europeans.

Concerns in Europe After Far-Right Gains in E.U. Elections

http://time.com/114964/european-union-eu...far-right/

Although mainstream parties remain in control, significant gains made by Euroskeptic and anti-immigrant party wins in last week's elections to the European Parliament have raised fears of increasing isolationism within the E.U.

Far-right and Euroskeptic party gains across Europe in Sunday’s European Parliament elections have caused alarm among supporters of a closely integrated E.U.

European Parliament President Martin Schulz described the result as “a bad day for the European Union,” while French President François Hollande announced Monday talks immediately labeled a “crisis meeting” by local media.

Henri Malosse, the president of the European Economic and Social Committee, warned that “this may be the last European election if Europe does not change.”


Parties opposed to the E.U. made notable gains in staggered voting that began last Thursday. Marine Le Pen, leader of the French rightist National Front — the big winner in France with 26% of the vote — claimed the result showed that French voters demanded politics “of the French, for the French, with the French.”

“The sovereign people have proclaimed that they want to take back the reins of their destiny into their hands,” she said.

At the same time, the reluctance of Euroskeptic parties to work with the far-right shows that they are careful not to entirely alienate mainstream voters. The fiercely anti-E.U. United Kingdom Independence Party (more commonly known by its initials UKIP) is projected to win the U.K. elections but has already ruled out cooperating with the ultra-right National Front, a British party whose founder recently suggested that the Ebola virus might prove a solution to the immigration problem.

The leader for the Euroskeptic Alternative for Germany, Bernd Lucke, sent out the same message. “We won’t work with right-wing populists,” Lucke told Associated Press.

Far-right parties lost ground in the Netherlands but made significant gains in Denmark and Greece. Simon Usherwood, an expert on European politics at the University of Surrey in England, told CNN that extremist groups stood to benefit in the coming five years.

“They will get time for speaking in debates, the chairmanship of certain committees, which means that they’re going to have much more of a platform on which they can sell their message to voters,” he said
The Eurocrats have been shoving austerity and multiculturalism down the throats of Europeans for a while now, to the significant opposition of the natives. Indigenous Europeans (and even others with affinity to the land) have started to awaken to the reality that the establishment parties aren't on their side.

Most of these eurosceptic parties are pretty tame by "nationalist" standards (or, even, leftist-leaning). Still, their growth reflects a nationalist re-awakening amongst indigenous Europeans and might finally signal to the traitorous elites the reality currently facing Europe: a divided continent similar to the Weimar Republic.

More likely, though, they (the elites) will keep pushing their genocidal policies down the throats of indigenous Europeans, especially as long as there's brainwashed leftists to support them. We can also expect the "media" to ramp up support for the status quo (their calls for minor concessions aside).

Time will tell how this will all play out.
(05-26-2014 09:34 PM)johan Wrote: [ -> ]When the situation becomes so that you have to take certain measures to insure survival and sovereignty, those measures are only considered extreme by the status quo and those enslaving you. When over 25% of the populace votes for a party, can they really be considered that "extreme" or "far" anything?



Ultra Right, Far Right, Right Wing Extremist; these terms are much less flattering than calling it what it is becoming: a populist movement.
What are the odds that some of these groups are being stealth funded by the NWO?

Some of these groups would set some pretty tough immigration laws if they had their way. Thus restricting movement across the continent.

It would be a hell of a long con.

Create the EU, boasting free movement as a benefit.

Flood the EU with immigrants until they vote away said free movement.
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(05-27-2014 01:50 AM)GMB13 Wrote: [ -> ]What are the odds that some of these groups are being stealth funded by the NWO?

Some of these groups would set some pretty tough immigration laws if they had their way. Thus restricting movement across the continent.

It would be a hell of a long con.

Create the EU, boasting free movement as a benefit.

Flood the EU with immigrants until they vote away said free movement.
Golden Dawn has long had subtle connections with repressive parts of the Greek government, which is public info. In Latin America, the rightwing paramilitary groups groups are also connected to right wing politics.
I'd like to think that these various new political parties are grass-roots, and are genuinely shaking up the establishment. However even if they are, it will not be long before they are subverted from within and slowly steered in the same direction as the major parties. The lure of money and power is strong.
I have been a huge fan of the Le Pens for decades. I don't mind saying I love them to death and have the highest possible admiration for them. In fact, at times, I risk losing control and want to crown them. They have faced all sorts of abuse and have never wavered, figthing the good fight all their lives.
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