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That is one dim torch too. Even your Champion Merkel has been calling for deportations of Immigrants lately, not because she's worried about them raping and murdering her people, she's just concerned about the right gaining popularity and everyone wanting her to fuck off lol. To be fair them Germans have been soft ever since they got their arses handed to them in the war though. Meanwhile the real power players have got Don Trump and Don Putin to overlook things.

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35 minutes ago, Gambino said:

Seems like you are trying too hard to associate the two there... How is their loss the equivelent to UKIP??? UKIP have never ever been close to winning an Election, this thing in Austria was a rerun after the last results in May were too close to call being less than 1%.

Meant the party is the ukip equivelent 

and yes was less then 1% in may and thanks to Farage and Brexit it swung things against them as common sense took over populism 

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and the referendum was about giving the Italian government more power and weaken the senate, how it become about the EU i dont know

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Because it was the Anti Establishment Populist parties who were running with the No Vote and Renzi was the EU Puppet. Italy have stuck their fingers up to his power grabbing plans. The Political problems and banking issues there will have the EU sweating again. 

Think the Presidents only asked him to delay it for a few days.

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No vote was prob best for Italy but Renzi putting his neck on the line guaranteed it, yes might have won otherwise...

Either way Italy will revert back to type and go left wing

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On 04/12/2016 at 1:34 PM, Mr. Martinez said:

The fuck are you lot talking about?

black people are getting rounded up and deported?

the fuck?

The future is a madness. For the whole world. But some of you lot are completely off the mark. 

FUM

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But yet an employer cant choose not to make a battyman cake

 

an police/people can force a woman to take off clothes on yhe beach

Foh

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13 minutes ago, Drift said:

Far right 2nd most popular party in the Netherlands now after the election.

Well they were the most popular before the elections 

read a theory how russia and turkey are helping push the far right in europe so the eu collapses 

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Mad. That would make sense.

Far right also missed out on the Austrian election by less than 4%. 

Shit is here to stay.

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that is another bullet dodged but the big ones will be France and Germany with Marine Le Pen and Frauke Petry

 

Marine Le PenPresident of French far-right Front National (FN) party Marine Le Pen attends a meeting on the theme 'Ecology and development' on 2 December 2016 in Paris,

is the youngest daughter of Jean-Marie Le Pen, former leader of the FN and a convicted racist, who last year repeated an old anti-Semitic slur that the Nazi gas chambers were "a detail of history".

Having grown up in a political home, accompanying him to meetings from the age of 13, Marine Le Pen was always going to struggle to shake off the far-right label.

But she did denounce her father's comments in 2015, and effectively expelled him from the party. While her father was leader, the FN was the party that wanted to deport three million foreigners, the party of Holocaust denial and xenophobia. But under Marine Le Pen the FN began to distance itself from such controversial issues.

Frauke Petry, the 40-year-old leader of Alternative for Germany (AfD)

Dismissing such voices as unrepresentative is Mrs Petry’s main strategy when dealing with AfD’s darker side, like Björn Höcke, the AfD's leader in the eastern state of Thuringia, who has echoed Adolf Hitler in calling for a “thousand-year” Germany and made pronouncements on what he calls the differing “reproduction strategies” of European and African people.

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Shes just trying to win an election 

turks have become the bad guys of europe again especially in germany/holland

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On 12/5/2016 at 7:23 AM, Afroman said:

Looks like common sense is winning for real.

Mad to think Austria & Germany are currently carrying the torch against far right nationalism. 

Who would have thought 

Literally anyone who ain't stupid 

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