August 20, 2019
You know what the main difference is between the “right-wing” and the “left-wing” parties in Europe?
The difference is that the “left-wing” parties want to destroy us on behalf of the Jews by any means necessary, and the “right-wing” ones want to destroy us on behalf of the Jews in a legal, orderly manner.
Austria’s centre-right party has said it will insist on banning the far-right Identitarian Movement (IBÖ) as a condition of any coalition after next month’s elections.
Such a ban “must be in the next coalition agreement”, ÖVP parliamentary group leader August Wöginger said in a statement released to Austrian media.
The IBÖ, previously best known for its anti-immigration stunts, sparked controversy in Austria earlier this year after it was revealed that its leader Martin Sellner received money and exchanged emails with the suspected perpetrator of gun attacks on mosques in New Zealand in March which left 51 people dead.
I wasn’t aware you can ban an entire political organization because some guy there talked to someone who supposedly committed a crime on the other side of the planet.
And besides – Brenton did nothing wrong.
I don’t even understand why he’s under arrest.
The ÖVP’s call for the movement to be banned comes as it tries to maintain its commanding poll lead ahead of parliamentary elections on September 29th while at the same time distancing itself from its former coalition partner, the far-right Freedom Party (FPÖ).
Austrian media reports have documented numerous links between Identitarian activists and FPÖ party members.
After the ÖVP first floated possible moves against the Identitarians earlier this week, the FPÖ’s former Interior Minister Herbert Kickl rejected the possibility of banning the IBÖ, saying such a move would be “a deep attack on the rule of law”.
Heck your rule of law bud.
These are feels we’re talking about here.
The coalition between the ÖVP and the FPÖ was sworn in in late 2017 but was dogged by frequent scandals over extremist statements by FPÖ party members.
The government collapsed in May after a video emerged of the then leader of the FPÖ, Heinz-Christian Strache, appearing to offer public contracts to a fake Russian donor in return for campaign help for the FPÖ.
The scandal prompted Strache to resign as vice-chancellor and led then Chancellor Sebastian Kurz to call fresh elections.
If you’ll recall, that was a set-up made by a kike in collaboration with the media.
Earlier this week Strache’s house was raided as apart of another investigation into possible corruption offences surrounding the appointment of an FPÖ official to a high-ranking position at a gambling corporation.
Despite the scandals, and the recriminations that have flown between the ÖVP and the FPÖ since their coalition collapsed, a fresh government composed of the two parties is seen as one of the most likely outcomes of September’s poll.
Wait… So it’s gonna be the exact same situation after the election?
Why did you even have it in the first place?
For that matter – what would even be the difference if someone else won?
Is there any party in Austria that actually wants to stop the mud flood?
Every politician that isn’t an explicit blood-and-soil nationalist is the enemy.