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AfD wins 14 percent in Berlin, coming in fifth among 7 parties

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2016-09-18 13:49

AfD co-chair Jörg Meuthen, left, and candidate Georg Pazderski celebrate the election results which came in as well as they could have hoped.


UPDATE: Final results:  AfD party - 14.2%!  The Social Democrats (SPD) - 21.6. Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU) -17.6. The Left party 15.6.  Green Party - 15.2. Free Democrats (FDP) - 6.7. Pirate Party - 1.7. CONGRATULATIONS AFD!


[UPDATED] THE ALTERNATIVE FOR GERMANY PARTY (AfD) POLLED AT 14.2 percent it's first time on the ballot in Berlin, giving it about 25 seats in the regional assembly. This is considered a big victory for the anti-immigrant party in “multi-cultural Berlin … a city of millions that is known for its open lifestyle,” as written in the Frankfurter Allegemeine Sunday paper.

The long-ruling Social Democrats (SPD) won the most seats by polling at 21.6 percent, losing 6.7 points from the last election in 2011. Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU) came in second at 17.6 percent, down 5.7 from 2011. The Left (Communist) party gained 3.9 and the Green Party lost 2.4 since 5 years ago. 

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Germany, News

Frauke Petry's car set ablaze in Leipzig – on eve of Berlin election

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2016-09-17 14:23

This is the scene on Friday night in a Leipzig neighborhood as Petry's car burns after being set ablaze by person(s) still unknown.


AFD CHIEF FRAUKE PETRY IS A VICTIM OF ARSON. Unknown persons under cover of darkness set her car on fire Friday night in Leipzig. The police investigating the crime scene say they are currently assuming it was arson. There has been no claim of responsibility.

Residents had noticed the fire and raised the alarm. The car burned out completely. Back in August 2015, Petrys company "PURinvent System GmbH" was the target of an attack. Butyric acid was spilled in the production hall and discs were smashed. The AfD has said that the attacks on its members in recent months have reached a level that borders on terror. During PEGIDA rallies in Dresden last year, cars belonging to rally-goers were set ablaze on several occasions.

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Germany, News

Update on postponed Austrian election: Swiss printing company promises new envelopes in 24 hours

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2016-09-14 00:05

CEO of Elco, Hans-Jörg Aerni, says he would also serve Austria with his products


By Carolyn Yeager

A SWISS PRINTING COMPANY, ELCO, HAS SAID IT CAN PRODUCE the absentee voting envelopes for the Austrian presidential election in 24 hours!

So what is it with the Social Democrat/Peoples Party coalition government deciding it needs a two-month delay to deal with the faulty envelopes for the repeat run-off election scheduled for October 2nd – still over 2 weeks away. Doesn't this make the whole hulabaloo over having to re-arrange the voting schedule look ridiculous?

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Austria, News

Austria postpones election until December 4th, against objections

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2016-09-12 11:07

FPÖ General Secretary Herbert Kickl calls for reform of the postal vote in Austria.


NORBERT HOFER WAS FAVORED TO WIN THE OCTOBER 2ND PRESIDENTAL RUNOFF ELECTION according to polling results, when a problem arose with the glue on the mail-in envelopes. The glue was defective! The envelopes came open by themselves, making them invalid. This under the government leadership of the Social Democratic Party (SPÖ).

What to do? Postpone the election for two more months, until December 4, of course, giving them time to turn things around! As Heinz-Christian Strache of Hofer's party, the Freedom Party (FPÖ), has been asking: "Has Austria become a banana republic?" Does it take two months to prepare new postal voting cards in a country as small as Austria? Do they think that by December people will be distracted with the winter holidays, including Christmas, and forget to vote? Or perhaps a big snowstorm will hamper the voting in the rural areas where the FPÖ is strong.

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Austria, News

Exit polls show AfD beating Merkel's CDU with 21% of the vote in northeast state elections

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2016-09-04 13:09

The AfD billboard in the background reads "So that Germany is not destroyed."


Alternative für Deutschland party representatives entered Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania's 71-seat Schwerin assembly Sunday for the first time according to exit poll results. Coming in at 21% puts them in 2nd place after the Social Democratic Party.

Incumbent Premier Erwin Sellering, a Social Democrat who has governed in coalition with the regional CDU for the past 10 years, was returned with 30 percent, according to initial results.

This puts Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Party in third place with  19%.

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Germany, Immigration, News

AfD's Petry recommends more Germans carry guns; Green party goes beserk

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2016-08-20 14:37

By Carolyn Yeager

FRAUKE PETRY HAS SAID GOVERNMENT HAS LOST ITS STATE MONOPOLY to protect the public, especially in thinly populated areas.

As reported by DW.com, AfD leader Petry said there were no grounds for concern when citizens armed themselves for self-protection in areas where austerity measures by national and regional governments had systematically ruined police services. She was quoted as saying:

Every law abiding person should be in the position to protect himself, his family and his friends.

Immediately Green Party co-leader Katrin Göring-Eckardt denounced Petry for wanting to “put weapons in the wrong hands,” saying that trained recruits should be hired where police forces were depleted. As if German people cannot be trusted with a private weapon for self-defense, which is exactly what the Green party and other left-leaning parties believe. And where do the “trained recruits” come from? This is just the Left's historic demand for strict gun-control to keep weapons in government's hands and the people powerless.

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Germany, News

Germans demonstrate against Merkel: "Blood on her hands"

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2016-07-30 18:33

Signs showing Merkel with blood on her hands saying "We Can" are seen at the Saturday, July 30 mass protest in Berlin.


REPORTS OF UP TO 10,000 anti-immigrant demonstrators gathered at Berlin's Washington Square on Saturday to listen to speeches and chant “Merkel must go” and “We are the people.” They finished by marching through the streets behind a gigantic "Merkel Muss Weg" banner.

Thousands more gathered throughout German cities to protest the government's "open-door" policy that many have blamed for four brutal terrorist attacks that left 13 dead over the last two weeks.

Here is a video from RT of the event - move forward to 32 min. to start.

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Germany, Immigration, News, Race

Forty-year-old Eritrean “refugee” rapes 79-year-old woman in German cemetery

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2016-07-25 17:47

WHAT NEXT?! THIS IS NOT THE FIRST RAPE OF A 70-PLUS-YEAR-OLD German woman by a non-White foreign “refugee(s)", but perhaps the first one that took place in a cemetery, which this 79-year old had been in the habit of visiting every morning.

She went early to the Central Cemetery in Ibbenbüren (North Rhine-Westphalia), like at 6 a.m. On this day, July 25, a 40-year-old Black man, a known “refugee” from the neighboring town of Hörstel, happened to be there and sexually attacked her. Did he know she regularly went there? Was he lying in wait for her? Whether planned or spontaneous, when the elderly woman was attacked she cried out and her shouts brought a witness to the scene, who immediately called the police. They arrived to find the Black, sex-hungry Eritrean still engaged in the act. He did not resist when they arrested him, it was reported.

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Germany, Immigration, News, Race

Election fraud in Austria? Establishment candidate squeaks by to become President

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2016-05-23 12:26

This is not what I wanted to post here today, but take a good look even if it makes you sick. Austrians and Europe have six years of this refugee-welcoming, super-liberal traitor Van der Bellen in office. I'm afraid his questionable win undermines the patriot movement Europe-wide because hopes were so high. It should not be so readily accepted, and maybe it won't be.


This outcome is incredible to me, and not fully believable, but the FPOe, Freedom Party of Austria, is not contesting the narrow victory of Alexander van der Bellen by 30,000 mail-in votes.

According to the website of the Interior Ministry, the final vote is 2,223,458 votes for Hofer, 2,254,484 for Van der Bellen. This means that VdB got a huge margin of the mail-in (also called absentee and postal) vote. The German government English-language website Deutsche Welle posted a brief report that explained it thusly:

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Germany, Immigration, News

If the atomic bomb dropped on Japan wasn't a holocaust, nothing else can be

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2016-05-20 01:57

A survivor at a memorial service in Nagasaki, Japan last year.

BARACK OBAMA IS MAKING THE FIRST U. S. Presidential visit to Hiroshima on May 27 and the big question is: will he apologize for dropping the first atomic bomb on that city in August 1945 that killed 140,000 people. He says he will not and majority American opinion is probably against it. It would cut into our myth of being the good guys, fighting the good war against the evil Nazis and the dirty Japs. We all know the story very well.

I'm calling what happened to the people of that city, and was repeated three days later in Nagasaki, instantly killing 73,000 more people with one radioactive bomb … a holocaust. A true holocaust worthy of the name because the people were burned, roasted, radioactivated – something that never happened in the so-called, falsely-name “Holocaust” in Europe. And that wasn't the end of it. In Hiroshima, the bomb instantly killed 80,000 to 140,000, but seriously injured 100,000 more. It caused a black rain to fall, composed of dirt, dust, soot and highly radioactive particles that contaminated even areas remote from the explosion.

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