THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN…and now conservative and right wing anti-Muslim immigration parties are gaining power in European elections, with Austria joining the Central and Eastern European bloc countries in a decisive rejection of the continued Muslim invasion which has been strangling countries like France, Germany, Sweden, Netherlands, and Belgium.
LA Times Austria picked a new conservative leader on Sunday who triumphed by promising to take a hard line on the tens of thousands of Muslim economic migrants posing as refugees who have poured into the country from Syria, Africa, and elsewhere.
The resounding success of two anti-Muslim immigrant parties in the Austrian elections, with the Conservative People’s Party (OVP) finishing first with its leader Sebastian Kurz predicted to become the next prime minister in a coalition with the even stronger populist anti-Muslim Freedom Party, led by Heinz-Christian Strach (photo below) which finished close behind in second place. The Freedom Party enjoys good relations with people close to President Trump.
As the public mood continues to move to the right across Europe, positions of the pro-Muslim invasion “establishment in Brussels” are “getting weaker.”
NY Times So much for the hopes of spring that election results in the Netherlands and France hinted that the political tide in Europe had turned away from the far right. Last month, Alternative for Germany became the first far-right party to enter Germany’s Parliament since World War II, winning 13 percent of the vote and 94 parliamentary seats.
The Dutch parliamentary election in March also showed a turn to the right wing as Geert Wilders’ far-right Party for Freedom (PVV) came second after the ruling People’s Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD). Wilders’ PVV secured 20 seats in the House of Representatives, which is eight more seats than it had last time.
In Austria, the leader of the victorious People’s Party, Sebastian Kurz, 31, is staunchly pro-European. He successfully tapped into the fears that the 100,000 Muslim migrants Austria took in from 2015 to 2016 are siphoning away social benefits from hard-working Austrians, and that Muslims pose a cultural and security threat.