Saturday, 27 September 2008

Good Luck to the Austrian Freedom Party

Heinz-Christian Strache(right) of the Freedom Party

It will be interesting to see how the results of tomorrows General Election in Austria pan out and just how their equivalent of the BNP, the Freedom Party do at the polls.

Over on the "Yours faithfully, Angry of Epping" safety valve site, known as the Telegraph, they are reporting the Freedom Party as being xenophobic.

Now let us be clear on the meaning of xenophobic. It is an healthy fear of aliens. Especially when those aliens tend to blow your fellow countrymen and themselves to bits in all sorts of places, whilst attempting to make Our Country look like the Countries they have fled, in order to feed themselves and litters of their offspring.

Their equivalent of our Green Party are having "problems" with the true Austrians for having "problems" with not accepting immigration. How weird are they to want their own country for their own kind?

They also have taken offence at some of the slogans being used by the Austrian resistance;
Mr Strache, who is 39 and the new face of Austria's virulently anti-foreigner right wing–his Freedom Party promotes slogans like "Vienna must not become Istanbul!" and "Home instead of Islam"
They also feel that illegal immigrants should be expelled and no more immigrants/colonisers allowed into what was once a beautiful place to live.

However, in much the same way as the Tri-Axis politicians/parasites here at home try to cling to power when they see the game is up. The established parties in Austria are now reversing their decision not to hold a referendum on Europe.

Well we know what the "elite" think of promises to the electorate. Let us hope that the Austrian people are not fooled like the sheep people of our sad land and give the pigs of the privileged, a nice big black eye come tomorrow and vote FREEDOM.

So long as the people do not care to exercise their freedom, those who wish to tyrannize will do so; for tyrants are active and ardent, and will devote themselves in the name of any number of gods, religious and otherwise, to put shackles upon sleeping men.

1 comment:

bernard said...

The two right wing parties together polled nearly 30% of the vote!
All the rest lost votes.
This result is extraordinary by any measure, bearing in mind Austria has had no bomb outrages, and their immigrant crime wave is a fraction those in other European countries.