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    Swedish feminist party loses only seat in Europe



    Sweden's pioneering feminist party has been eliminated in Europe after a full four fifths of its voters deserted it, leaving it far below the requirements for a seat in European Parliament.

    Feminist Initiative had won just 0.8 percent of the vote when 96 percent of voting districts had declared on Monday morning, meaning Soraya Post, its sole MEP, will be coming home to Sweden.

    "This is a grass roots movement which is going to grow stronger," Post said after the devastating result was clear, with the party posting a tweet saying "The Fight Continues".

    The party had built itself a strong following among young urban people at the time the last European Elections were held in 2014, breaking through with 5.5 percent of the vote.

    But it has been suffering since its charismatic leader Gudrun Schyman stood down before Christmas and was replaced by joint leaders Gita Nabavi and Farida al-Abani.

    In Europe, Post has campaigned to have the Council of Europe's Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence against Women and Domestic Violence turned into European law.

    The party also wants to extend Sweden's sex consent law and its ban on buying sex to all European nations.

    Source: Thelocal.se
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    Defeat for Macron in the case of European elections, Returns, Marche


    The right-wing populists to win the European elections in France - although Emmanuel Macron crashed with high stakes in the election campaign. The President urgently needs an idea for the reboot.


    Against 17 at the camp of the ruling party began to hope again, because the first projections came to voter turnout: more than 43%, it was there already, that would be 8% more than in the 2014 European elections. And the more the French go to the polls, the party had preached the whole campaign length, the higher the chances for "La République en Marche were to gain" the victory over the right populist Marine Le Pen and her party "Rassemblement National".



    Then finally the turnout reached 52% - but the government's party, missed the first place anyway. The Numbers of the Institute Elabe that she ends up with 22.4% behind the right-wing populists, the reach 23.6%
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    This is exactly the scenario wanted to prevent the "En Marche". It is a very bitter Moment for President
    Emmanuel Macron, who had promised that he would do everything that Le Pen will not win.

    Now she has done it yet and celebrates openly their Triumph in the "Palmeraie", a palm room adorned with feast in 15. The Heart Of Paris. After their defeat in the second round of the presidential elections two years ago, after their public and devastating humiliation of the former TV duel with Macron, it must occur the night of the European elections as a late satisfaction.



    Marine Le Pen: "This is the victory of the people"

    The voters of analysis, interesting findings, who agreed with everything the right-wing populists: after all, 38% of the yellow West trailer and 24% of all single mothers in France are the result. "This is the victory of the people," said Marine le Pen against 20.30 clock in front of their supporters, "with Pride and Dignity, it has the Power in the evening, back to Robert". Now it is up to the President, to draw the consequences of his defeat.

    And Macron? The victory over Le pen's right-wing populists should give the head of the government, the necessary political legitimacy and a new impetus for part two of his term of office. That was the hope of his team at the Elysée. A victory would also have a final point - after six months of social crisis and the never-ending clashes with the increasingly disparate operating yellow West movement. Now he’s advised to bring about the new beginning with other means - and this is much more difficult.


    A vote against Macron?

    Guessed you had all this ready for days: To be resistant to the protrusion of the "Rassemblement National" in the polls, to little the own campaign came into full swing. In the last two weeks of the election campaign, Macron had mixed although always active in. On the election posters, only he was to see, without the success top candidate Natalie Loiseau. It was a conscious decision of the President, it is said in the Elysée, but it was also from the beginning, a risk, to make this election a vote for or against him.

    And so it went on, less and less on Europe and much more on France. Marine Le Pen had the European elections, in any event, a vote against Macron explained. "Le troisième tour", the third ballot (after the first two stages of the presidential election), the Sunday newspaper "Journal de Dimanche ran the headline". In evening TV discussions of the issues between Le Pen and Macron representatives of the other parties complained that they had given Macron no chance in this election campaign with the occurring issues.

    That's not entirely true, because the Greens managed for French standards, Revolutionary: they achieved 12.5% and to rise to the third political force. In addition, as the top candidate Yannick Jadot, announced the Greens were after the first voters analysis, the party with the largest share of young voters.

    You have to thank for your good result also many of the former Macron-voters who are disappointed by the past two years, and this President, in the you placed so much hope. The logic to select, nevertheless, the government party, in order to prevent Marine le Pen, refused to this Time.

    Since 2002, when Jean-Marie Le Pen came back in the second ballot against the Conservative Jacques Chirac, the French again and again in front of this certain decision. Now you don't like, apparently. "Besides, it goes to Europe," said a former Macron-follower in the evening, "and the Belief is represented, and what issues France is the best. And for me, that were this Time clearly Green."


    European elections in 2019

    Shrink to insignificance

    The second amazing development in this election: The once great parties of France have shrunk to insignificance. They all had set on young, often unfamiliar faces; candidates in the best Juso-Chairman-age crossed this Time for you in the election campaign - just as France wanted to make the once old, encrusted political caste with a bunch of 30-Year-olds forget. It wasn't much use to Anyone.

    The conservative Republicans come to a historical low of only 8.4%, surveys have said in the past few days, still results between 12.0 and 15.0% advance. A fiasco - so the Headings were in the evening. The socialists get to 6.3%. You have to say out loud in front of it, to understand it: The party of former President François Mitterrand and François Hollande is no 1.5% above the 5%-hurdle.

    The big question now is, what strategy Emmanuel Macron starts in the time after the European elections. At a lunch earlier in the week with the President of Parliament and François Bayrou, the Chairman of the "Mouvement Démocrate", he should have refused to dismiss now, as usual, his Prime Minister Edouard Philippe and exchange. Philippe was too loyal, in addition, there is a lack of to good other candidates for the Post. Conceivable, a government would probably reshuffle in the coming months. Urgently required an idea that makes you forget the defeat of the European elections fast.


    European elections in 2019 in Germany:

    Preliminary Results

    Voting shares

    in percent

    Union
    28,9
    -6,4

    SPD
    15,8
    -11,5

    Green
    20,5
    +9,8

    The Left
    5,5
    -1,9

    AfD
    11
    +3,9

    FDP
    5,4
    +2

    Other
    12,9
    +4,1

    Source: Federal Returning Officer

    Results in Detail

    DER SPIEGEL Defeat for Macron in the case of European elections: Return of Marche

    MIRROR ONLINE 27.05.2019.

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    EU Elections: ‘Disaster’ for Globalists in Poland as Govt Storms to Record Victory



    Poland’s ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party stormed to victory at Sunday’s EU Parliament elections, described as a “disaster” for a globalist coalition of opposition parties.



    The patriotic party saw its strongest ever result with 46% of the vote, gaining six points on its performance at the last EU elections in 2014 to finish comfortably ahead of its rival ‘European Coalition’.

    Liberal, establishment parties, which formed a coalition earlier this year to fight PiS, dropped 10 points from 49% in 2014 to 39% at the ballot box Sunday, according to Polish media.


    Wojciech Kość, who writes about Poland for outlets including Politico EU, said the results are “actually a disaster [for the] opposition” considering how the “joint effort of five parties” had enjoyed the “support of major media” as well as “four years of code red anti-PiS alert”.

    Deutsche Welle (DW), Germany’s international public broadcaster, said European Coalition was “preparing to fight” Poland’s anti-mass migration government as it
    reported on the acquisition of a major media group in the country by interests backed by the billionaire financier George Soros.


    Providing analysis of the election results, political scientist Marcin Palade said he believes an LGBT march which took place in Gdansk on Saturday may have motivated many conservative-minded voters to turn out at the polls for PiS.


    Lawyers from the Ordo Iuris Institute, which aims to counter discrimination against Christians and traditional values in modern-day life, have promised to provide free legal assistance to members of the public who witnessed “scandalous” attacks on Catholicism at the controversial parade, which was backed by the UK foreign office according to the deputy chief of the British Embassy in Poland.


    Political analyst and professor Norbert Maliszewski commented that, if the European election results were translated into seats in the Polish parliament, PiS would comfortably retain its majority.


    The party did so well at the polls this weekend thanks to popular socio-economic reforms, the “defence of traditional values” and its hardline stance on the issue of mass, third world migration into Europe, he added on Twitter.


    The present Polish government became the first in the nation’s post-Communist history to be able to govern outright without support from a coalition partner, after the country voted with confidence to replace a centrist administration led by now Eurocrat Donald Tusk with the Law and Justice right-traditionalist party at the 2015 election.

    Poland: LGBT Ideology ‘a Threat to our Nation, Identity, and Existence’ https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2019/04/26/poland-lgbt-gender-ideology-threat/ …







    Poland: LGBT Ideology ‘a Threat to our Nation, Identity, and Existence’ | Breitbart

    The promotion of alternative sexual lifestyles to young children present a serious threat to Poland, the head of the ruling party has said.






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    EU Elections: ‘Disaster’ for Globalists in Poland as Govt Storms to Record Victory

    27 May 2019.

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    I wasn't aware of the nice result of the Slovak far right yet - together they scored over 34%. And the biggest one of them all, as well as one of the smaller factions, are openly NS.
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    If only Germany would remember the once good relations with Slovakia.

    Very split about the results in Germany, just as Germany is. The "Prussian" regions (that is, the eastern states) are traditionally more right-leaning, and they have a strong movement supporting their view, and a party that reflects that. In the western part however, people are as brainwashed as they are stupid. Even if they now - finally - punish the SPD for their continued failures ever since HartzIV, just to then throw their votes at the greens. So no, they did not finally understand that they're voting communist, they just want a new flavour to their communism. You would think 16 years of Kohl dictatorship and heading towards 16 years of Merkel dictatorship got some people reconsider their cast for CDU, but their losses went straight to the greens as well. Although their losses would be much higher if it wasnt for CSU, who did very well in the elections, and so kept the Bundes-CDU just above 28%. Hey Mr Seehofer, maybe think about a split? They keep bashing you for every fart, but they happily steal the voting results and dont even think twice where they were without CSU.

    Overall, elections are celebrated for having the best turnout in 25 years, hovering just over 60%. How is that "democracy"? If one wants to play that game, voting should be a duty, not a right. 35+ % dont give a fly's shit about EU either way. So what's this worth anyway? Very disappointing overall, specially the western part. While the rest of Europe is waking up, the Schlafmichel sleeps on...
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    Nationalist-unionist duopoly broken in Northern Ireland's MEP elections as three women take seats



    TWO PRO-REMAIN candidates have taken seats in Northern Ireland’s European election constituency in the form of Sinn Féin and the Alliance Party.


    Northern Ireland has three European Parliament seats with sitting Sinn Féin MEP Martina Anderson topping the poll with 126,951 votes. The DUP’s sitting MEP Diane Dodds has come in second place in the vote, just under 2,000 votes behind. The Alliance Party’s Naomi Long came in third with 105,928 first preferences.

    Dodds was the first candidate to be elected having reached the quota after the third count. Long and Anderson were confirmed just before 7pm after the fifth count. Long’s performance comes three
    weeks after the party made significant gains in the local elections and mirrors the success of the Liberal Democrats in the UK, a party with whom the Alliance Party shares ties. The Alliance Party does not identify as either a nationalist or unionist party but is firmly opposed to Brexit.

    Long taking a seat in the European Parliament would mean that the Ulster Unionist Party has lost a seat it has held for 40 years. In all of that time, Northern Ireland’s MEP’s were made up of two unionist representatives and one nationalist. The SDLP’s former leader John Hume held an MEP seat for 25 years and the party’s current leader Colum Eastwood was running this time around. Eastwood polled in fourth place with 78,589 votes.

    After arriving at the count centre, Long said she would stay on as Alliance Party leader and would vacate her MLA seat to remain as an MEP for five years. “More than anything I want to say thank you to the people who gave me their first preference today, anybody who have transferred to me. I take it really seriously and I will serve them to the absolute best of my ability. They have my word on that,” she told reporters.


    Nationalist-unionist duopoly broken in Northern Ireland's MEP elections as three women take seats

    28 May 2019.


    Very astute tactical voting by some Shinners (Sinn Fein) to oust the election of a second Unionist and ‘Leave’ MEP.

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    Merkel and Macron clash in search of ‘Mr or Ms Europe



    BRUSSELS - European Union leaders engaged in a first skirmish Tuesday over who should become the next chief of the European Commission, giving themselves a short deadline to agree on the bloc’s top jobs and a target of assigning half of them to women.



    Chancellor Angela Merkel was upset with French President Emmanuel Macron’s public dismissal of Berlin’s preferred candidate, a center-right German lawmaker Manfred Weber, as the 28 national EU leaders bargained behind closed doors over the bloc’s new leadership for the next five years.

    “The key for me is for the people at the most sensitive positions to share our project and be the most charismatic, creative and competent possible,” Macron told reporters as the summit ended in Brussels.

    “It is important for me to have gender balance, that we name two men and two women,” he added.

    A bloc-wide election last week returned a European Parliament with a splintered center and gains by pro-EU liberals and Greens as well as euroskeptic nationalists and the far-right, making agreeing a common agenda harder.

    Held once every five years, the European Union election means new people will take over key EU institutions, including the powerful executive Commission.

    Luxembourg’s Prime Minister Xavier Bettel described the race as searching for the next “Mr. or Ms. Europe.”

    Stripped of their longtime combined parliamentary majority, the center-right European People’s Party (EPP) and the center-left Socialists & Democrats (S&D) would no longer able to decide on the next Commission head alone in the new EU assembly.

    They are looking for support from the liberal ALDE and the Greens, since the four groups together would command enough seats to approve or reject any nomination by the 28 heads.
    The national government leaders agreed to finalize their nominations at their next gathering due on June 20-21, in time for the new EU chamber’s first sitting due on July 2.

    “We agreed that it is essential for us to show we are capable of action and so we want by the June summit … to have … our proposal for the position of Commission president,” Merkel told a news conference.

    Merkel said Macron needed to be realistic and take into account the fact that the EPP, which has nominated Weber for the Commission, would remain the biggest group in the new chamber.

    Luxembourg’s Jean-Claude Juncker steps down on Oct. 31 as the head of the Commission, which acts as the EU’s competition watchdog, monitors member states’ budgets and proposes policies from climate change to tech regulation.

    Other big roles up for grabs later this year include the head of the European Parliament and the European Central Bank (ECB), the bloc’s foreign policy chief and the head of the European Council who represents national government leaders.

    Both France and Germany have ambitions to have one of their own run the ECB after the current president, Italian Mario Draghi, leaves at the end of October. Neither is likely to secure both the bank and the Commission, officials say.

    The EU would risk an institutional logjam if talks drag on, leaving it unable to make pivotal policy decisions at a time when it faces a more assertive Russia, China’s growing economic might and an unpredictable U.S. president.

    Macron pushed against Weber, listing EU competition commissioner, Denmark’s Margrethe Vestager, the bloc’s Brexit negotiator, center-right Frenchman Michel Barnier, and Dutch Social Democrat Frans Timmermans as appropriate candidates.

    Spain and Sweden backed Timmermans, while Ireland and Croatia spoke for Weber. Luxembourg and Slovenia supported Vestager, one of few women in the running.

    “Gender balance means at least two women,” said the summit chairman, Donald Tusk, who will now negotiate between capitals to come up with a list of names for approval by the 28 leaders.

    Eastern capitals demanded geographical balance in awarding the prominent Brussels roles. Poland and Hungary would strongly oppose Timmermans as he led the EU’s rule of law probes against them in his current Commission vice president role.

    Unanimity is not required though it is hard to see a candidate succeeding against the will of more than just a handful of leaders, as that would risk damaging their future cooperation and stalling the EU’s decision-making.

    Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, also mooted as a possible contender in the obscure recruitment process, said Tuesday’s meeting was about “content rather than people,” with focus on policy priorities, including climate change and migration.

    Merkel and Macron are due to hold more talks in the German town of Aachen on Thursday but one country already bound to see its EU representation diminished is Italy.

    Rome now holds three of the bloc’s top five jobs but its euroskeptic swing and debt problems have left it isolated in the EU, with Spain seeking to claim the space.


    EU leaders agree to pick new 'Mr. or Ms. Europe' next month
    30 May 2019.



    Installed pompous Globalist Commissar puppets that can only do as they are told.

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    Quote Originally Posted by velvet View Post
    Even if they now - finally - punish the SPD for their continued failures ever since HartzIV, just to then throw their votes at the greens. So no, they did not finally understand that they're voting communist, they just want a new flavour to their communism.
    The establishment manufactures a problem to which it then offers a solution. Feminism was the new big thing in the last election, view the success of the Swedish Gypsy-Jewess above. Now it is the environment and CO2-emissions; view the success of Swedish wunderkind Greta. It takes an enormous effort, and the results seem to become weaker and weaker all the time. And the effects wear off. Our Gypsy-Jew is now out of office, and when was the last time that anyone saw an anti-racist manifestation?

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    In Austria, despite the increasing dissatisfaction with the way certain issues -- such as immigration -- are handled (currently, almost 40% of Austrians regard immigration as one of the two "most important issues facing the EU at the moment" – by far the most frequent response), the Freedom Party has lost a couple of percentages since the last elections, partly allegedly due to a recent political circus, as a result of which Vice Chancellor H.C. Strache was forced to resign and the government collapsed. According to Strache, it was a carefully calculated political assassination, strategically planned just before the elections. Hence the FPÖ has only obtained 17,2 %.





    Source: https://election-results.eu

    Norbert Hofer, who nearly won the Austrian presidency in 2016, will replace Strache as Freedom Party leader. Another blow to the FPÖ was the sacking of interior minister Herbert Kickl, which was proposed to the president by Sebastian Kurz. Unlike Strache, Kickl did not agree to resign on his own accord (he was also not in the Ibiza footage). In response to the sacking, the remaining FPÖ ministers resigned from their posts, which included the ministries for defence, work and transport. Also, the FPÖ quit the coalition with the ÖVP and joined the Social Democrats in giving Kurz a no-confidence motion and essentially removing him from office in a special parliamentary session. New general elections are expected to be held in September.

    Some say that this is the end of the right-wing's success in Austria and that it will even cost the right-wing across Europe, while others say it may not necessarily cost them voters, but it may cost them coalition partners. Though maybe the latter isn't necessarily a negative, depending on how one sees it. Some say that the government coalition with the pseudo-conservatives of the ÖVP was a mistake on behalf of the FPÖ in a greed to make government asap, instead of capitalizing on its gains and popularity a little longer. Their latest results showed some steady increase; in addition, nowadays the FPÖ no longer represents a simple party but also an ideology/current, rallying the traditionalists, social conservatives and the anti-establishment/elites. It has no significant internal struggles, as most of those were settled back when the liberal faction split into the BZÖ. Many of the party's supporters see themselves in opposition to the prevailing political system run by SPÖ and ÖVP elites, which they regard as dedicated to keeping them out of power by any means necessary. The recent revelations about Strache & co. are seen as yet another nefarious effort to keep their political power-sharing system in place. While Strache was indeed popular with the party's supporters, it can recover in his absence. Hofer is another popular personality who previously gained the sympathy of many voters.

    Politicians from mainstream parties across Europe and the liberal press have called on voters to "shun the far right" in the European elections after the scandal. The press is full of statements in the vein of "rightwing populists destabilising our democracy," or "the Strache case is a warning to all conservatives: do not work with far-right populists." It seems that not only do the leftists pretend that they have nothing to do with corruption, but that it somehow even offends them. A possible result could be a liberalization of ÖVP ideology and presentation, focused on dissociating itself from the "racist, sexist, xenophobic, right-wing extremist" FPÖ and posing as humble centrists.

    Now even if the ÖVP heeds this advice and makes a coalition government with the socialists following the new elections -- or with some of the smaller parties (NEOS, Greens)-- this may not necessarily harm the FPÖ substantially enough. The result of such a coalition could be a potentially strengthened FPÖ, which as an opposition party would once more rally against the corrupt, power-hungry, PC establishment irrespective of the hiccups within its own ranks. In essence, people are aware that politics and corruption go hand in hand, and hardly anyone is the saint they proclaim to be, regardless if right or left. However, if the FPÖ and ÖVP decide to give their coalition another shot, it's highly likely it would end in a similar manner. In addition, one cannot ignore the increasing dissatisfaction of the voters in regards to issues like immigration and integration, where both increasingly compete for similar voters. Since 2015, the refugee crisis has become a dominant issue in Austrian politics. The protection of external EU borders was also a focus of Austria's Presidency of the EU Council in the second half of 2018. The FPÖ have picked up on that, as their current communications strategy caters to this sentiment by attempting to discredit the Kurz-led ÖVP's ideological move to the right over the last two years. Party news outlets and politicians are already referring to a reversion to the "old ÖVP". Former interior minister Herbert Kickl noted in a Facebook post that a possible reason for his dismissal, among others, was Kurz's disagreement with his anti-migration policies. So it's quite possible that all these pseudo-conservative parties will take a more liberal stance when it comes to such issues.

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    This video puts the weird Danish results into perspective:



    I agree with the following assessment (below) from a Swedish fellow, having looked at all electoral results in the E.U., from Luxembourg to Cyprus. The nationalists did very well over all, things could've been a whole lot better if some minor nationalist parties in certain countries had worked together instead of entering the competition alone (in France too the nationalist vote was spread out across a few parties - Debout La France won 4% of the vote, but that's not enough for a seat) and if there had been a huge turn out - because people who dislike the E.U. often show their dismay by not showing up. Voters on the whole don't fully realize yet that their own national state/national level has disappeared. Too many people still seem to think national sovereignty exists and their national politicians can somehow influence the E.U. for the better - we'll only see landslide victories for the nationalists when awareness grows. And it will, because the E.U. is hell bent on become a super state - one which isn't independent in the international order but subservient to it, the next coalition with its green extremists will see to it. The real struggle is, as you all realize, not between nationalists and "Europeans", but nationalists and globalists. The E.U. elite has betrayed the founding fathers, who wanted European cooperation for Europe to act as a counterweight to the USSR and the U.S.A. However, as thing stands, the E.U. is nothing more than a subdivision within a larger globalist structure.



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