FCBayernMunchen wrote:Clear, clear message against integration all over Europe. The future of the continent (which of course greatly impacts the future of the whole world) is going to be interesting, though not unexpected (for me at least). Let us hope that we do not go back too much in time where these extremists dominate every country.A German political party that has been compared to the Nazis will enter the European Parliament for the first time, in an election marked by a surge in right-wing parties that are either sceptical or hostile to the EU.
The NPD has been campaigning on a platform of stopping immigration and been called racist and anti-semitic.
They have fought under the banner of slogans like "Money for granny instead of Sinti and Roma" and "the boat is full", given interviews insisting Europe is "a continent of white people" and, as pictured below, have marched with banners proclaiming the Nazi ideology of "National Socialism".
"We say Europe is the continent of white people and it should remain that way," Udo Voigt, the party's lead candidate, told Reuters.
"We want to make sure that even in 50 years' time an Italian, a Frenchman, an Englishman, an Irishman and a German are still recognizable as European and cannot be mistaken for Ghanaians or Chinese."
In France, Marine Le Pen's anti-immigration Front National defeated the Socialist Party with an extraordinary quarter of the vote.
Finland's anti-immigration Finns party increased its number of MEPs to two, but its share of the vote has dropped.
In Austria, the far-right Freedom Party won more than a fifth of all votes cast, placing it third overall.
In Greece, the extremist Golden Dawn party gained 9% of the vote and are expected to enter the EU Parliament for the first time.
Nigel Farage's Ukip has delivered the "political earthquake" he has promised in British politics as his party looked set to top the European polls. [source]
ramsej84 wrote:The extremist Golden Dawn is extreme left...
FCB general wrote:Some things happen when someone or something think that he can do whatever he wants to do through money and policy, to insult common sense and make people like pupet monkeys from the store's shelf.
When the brain-wash factories are working and make losses, money and jerking-off on people becomes useless and pointless, figure out how people don't swallow and hate their crap and the people from all nations decide to punish this by electing German neonazis, Greek Golden Dawn(or what's an English name for this party), radical left and radical right, then the word 'political worry' steps on the scene.
I didn't vote for anyone because that democracy is a proved huge circus.
Imagine, I vote for conservatives, they still go against my life views and values and they decide to join that sick liberals and socialists(who are the most responsible for this changes and problems) and I once again get shitty from all of those elite monsters who didn't expect of European nations to disagree with them.
Of course, beyond that EU are USA and Israel which have been destroying post-WW2 Europe, especially after the Cold War when they've become so radical and agressive and beyond them the lords of the world, transnational Corporations which create and spread the evil around the world, marking Assad, Putin, Vatican, Iran, China, India or anybody else who thinks or acts opposite of them and don't follow their plans, orders, etc.
Europe CAN swallow radical right and left parties everywhere, since European people have constantly swallowed liberal illusions and hypocrisy(by conservatives, socialists and liberals), double standards, national traitors who create chaos and many other things.
It's gonna be an interesting future and I'm looking forward to see it.
ramsej84 wrote:Shame I cannot double the thanks for this post.
ramsej84 wrote:The Front National leader faces a tough challenge of forming a Eurosceptic bloc without having the support of openly neo-Nazi groups. She has already ruled out an alliance with Greece’s Golden Dawn, Hungary’s Jobbik or Germany’s National Democratic Party. [source]
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