LIBERALS PUNISHED: GERMAN RIGHT WINS BIG!

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    Mar 13, 2016 10:26 PM GMT
    Angela Merkel is punished in crucial state elections as far-Right party wins big vote.

    German voters' damning verdict on open-door migration: Angela Merkel is punished in crucial state elections as far-Right party wins big vote with call to stop flow of refugees.

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    Cheers: AfD supporters break out the champagne to toast their party's success in the state elections

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3489936/Angela-Merkel-set-punished-voters-open-door-refugee-policy-Germany-s-Super-Sunday-state-elections.html#ixzz42p9ZlHtW
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    Mar 13, 2016 10:34 PM GMT
    The giant is awakened.

    More liberals bite the dust.

    Donald Trump must be smiling. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Mar 13, 2016 11:03 PM GMT
    "Far right wins big in Germany" - I think we all know how that ends. Will Trump be playing Il Douche Bag to whichever new dictator the German right conjures up?

    Meanwhile, back in the real world, the German political system is designed to ensure one party cannot dominate in power, so while Merkel may be bruised (and she has been Chancellor for over 10 years now), the chances of a far right power grab are small to impossible. Nationally, Merkel's position is pretty secure and there's no long-term successor or serious challenger waiting in the wings.

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    Mar 13, 2016 11:32 PM GMT
    Ex_Mil8 said"Far right wins big in Germany" - I think we all know how that ends. Will Trump be playing Il Douche Bag to whichever new dictator the German right conjures up?

    Meanwhile, back in the real world, the German political system is designed to ensure one party cannot dominate in power, so while Merkel may be bruised (and she has been Chancellor for over 10 years now), the chances of a far right power grab are small to impossible. Nationally, Merkel's position is pretty secure and there's no long-term successor or serious challenger waiting in the wings.

    Thanks for the comments of someone who actually knows European and German politics. Rather than feeding us US Right Wing propaganda to stampede the US Left in a panic.

    The same pattern happens online here every US Presidential election cycle. Often by the same RJ guys, or their current socks. Problem for them is, they no longer have any credibility after too many false claims. But they keep crying "Wolf!" and they keep failing.
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    Mar 13, 2016 11:45 PM GMT
    Ex_Mil8 said"Far right wins big in Germany" - I think we all know how that ends. Will Trump be playing Il Douche Bag to whichever new dictator the German right conjures up?

    Meanwhile, back in the real world, the German political system is designed to ensure one party cannot dominate in power, so while Merkel may be bruised (and she has been Chancellor for over 10 years now), the chances of a far right power grab are small to impossible. Nationally, Merkel's position is pretty secure and there's no long-term successor or serious challenger waiting in the wings.

    Sorry that crazy guy southbeach1500 is trashing your post to get at me. I suppose every social site has those kinds of disrupters. Since nobody listens to him anymore, except a small extreme Right Wing Fascist clique here, he's driven to sad behavior like this. I presume you're also plagued by online characters like him in the UK as well?
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    Mar 13, 2016 11:46 PM GMT
    The election is significant in that it shows trends even if it does not force Merkel from power.

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    "Deutsche Welle (DW) is Germany’s international broadcaster."

    German state elections: Success for right-wing AfD, losses for Merkel's CDU

    Estimates suggest significant success for the populist right-wing AfD in three key state elections. Chancellor Merkel's CDU saw losses in two out of three states, which have been attributed to her refugee policies.

    The right-leaning AfD managed to enter all three state parliaments, winning double-digit percentage results in Baden-Württemberg, Rhineland-Palatinate and Saxony-Anhalt.

    More than 12 million Germans were eligible to vote in the polls to elect new regional parliaments in the three states.

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    http://www.dw.com/en/german-state-elections-success-for-right-wing-afd-losses-for-merkels-cdu/a-19113604
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    Mar 14, 2016 12:23 AM GMT
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    Ex_Mil8 said"Far right wins big in Germany" - I think we all know how that ends. Will Trump be playing Il Douche Bag to whichever new dictator the German right conjures up?

    Meanwhile, back in the real world, the German political system is designed to ensure one party cannot dominate in power, so while Merkel may be bruised (and she has been Chancellor for over 10 years now), the chances of a far right power grab are small to impossible. Nationally, Merkel's position is pretty secure and there's no long-term successor or serious challenger waiting in the wings.

    Thanks for the comments of someone who actually knows European and German politics. Rather than feeding us US Right Wing propaganda to stampede the US Left in a panic.

    The same pattern happens online here every US Presidential election cycle. Often by the same RJ guys, or their current socks. Problem for them is, they no longer have any credibility after too many false claims. But they keep crying "Wolf!" and they keep failing.


    Ah, the same old lefties with their same old political ignorance.

    FYI....socialism, national health care, banning guns, blaming/punishing successful people for the problems of the poor, strict regulation of business, etc....actions by Hitler AND advocated by Bernie Sanders....also advocated by Hillary, the Democrat party so long as they get a personal cut of the profits.
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    Mar 14, 2016 12:33 AM GMT
    The "far right" is decidedly Libertarian.

    Liberty, small government, freedom, laissez-faire capitalism, etc. The Koch brothers are good examples of far right. They want to reduce welfare programs as much as possible, while same-sex marriage is your choice, etc.

    Fearing the "far right" is absurd. Embrace it more, and our human spirit will be free to live a better life.
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    Mar 14, 2016 3:55 AM GMT
    Ex_Mil8 said"Far right wins big in Germany" - I think we all know how that ends. Will Trump be playing Il Douche Bag to whichever new dictator the German right conjures up?

    Meanwhile, back in the real world, the German political system is designed to ensure one party cannot dominate in power, so while Merkel may be bruised (and she has been Chancellor for over 10 years now), the chances of a far right power grab are small to impossible. Nationally, Merkel's position is pretty secure and there's no long-term successor or serious challenger waiting in the wings.



    please, when Soros and the banks tell this cunt Merkel to jump, she just asks "how high?"

    Hillary would be the same sort of gutless piece of shit puppet as Merkel was/is
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    Mar 14, 2016 5:41 PM GMT
    So is this a blow to Mrs Merkel's leadership? Not necessarily. It was also a historic victory for the Greens, who support the chancellor's position on refugees.

    And during the campaign in Baden-Wuerttemberg and Saxony-Anhalt the CDU candidates saw their voters fall away as they sporadically tried to undermine the chancellor's message and regain the populist ground from AfD.

    Remarkably, in those states it was the CDU's left-wing opponents who backed Mrs Merkel's refugee policies most consistently - and reaped the rewards for it.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-35802844