Meet The 31-Year-Old Austrian Anti-Immigrant Who Just Became The World's Youngest Leader

As discussed earlier, Austria's young conservative star, Sebastian Kurz, is now assured of becoming the country's next leader, projections of Sunday’s parliamentary election result showed, but his party is far short of a majority and is likely to seek a coalition with the resurgent far right.

Sebastian Kurz arrives to cast his ballot on Oct. 15.

To his supporters, Kurz is Austria’s Macron: a one-man political phenomenon who is the only thing standing between the country’s resurgent nationalists and power. But to his detractors he is the Austrian Trump, who has hijacked one of the country’s two main parties and refashioned it in his own image. His critics say he is only holding the populists back by adopting their anti-immigrant rhetoric and policies.

By taking a hard line on immigration that commingled his campaign with that of the Freedom Party (FPO), 31-year old Foreign Minister Kurz managed to propel his People’s Party to first place and draw some support away from an FPO buoyed by Europe’s migration crisis. Both parties increased their share of the vote from the last parliamentary election in 2013, marking a sharp shift to the right. Chancellor Christian Kern’s Social Democrats were in a close race with the FPO for second place.

Kurz now has a mandate to form a coalition, replace Social Democrat Christian Kern as chancellor and become the world’s youngest government leader.

With the Freedom Party poised to return to government for the first time since 2005, congratulations poured in from European nationalists including France’s Marine Le Pen and Geert Wilders in the Netherlands, while the World Jewish Congress expressed concern. For German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the result may chip away at a key ally’s pro-European stance in the years ahead.

Frauke Petry, a former head of the anti-immigration Alternative for Germany party, which drew inspiration from its Austrian counterpart, posted congratulations on Twitter. Ronald Lauder, who heads the World Jewish Congress, said the Freedom Party is “full of xenophobes and racists. It is sad and distressing that such a platform should receive more than a quarter of the vote and become the country’s second party,” he said in an emailed statement. “My only hope is that they won’t end up in government.”

While Sunday’s projected result doesn’t guarantee a coalition with the Freedom Party, Kurz has a mandate to form a government after an early election he triggered by breaking up a coalition with the Social Democrats this year. The final tally may still be influenced by postal ballots, which will only be counted on Monday.

“This is a strong mandate for us to bring about change in this country,” Kurz told cheering supporters in Vienna as the results came in. “It’s about establishing a new political style, a new culture. It is our task to work with all others for our country,” Kurz told his supporters, without revealing which way he was leaning on coalition talks.

Austria, one of Europe's wealthiest nations of 8.7 million people, whose capital Vienna is ranked every year among the top 3 cities in which to live, was a gateway into Germany for more than 1 million people during the migration crisis that began in 2015. Many of them were fleeing war and poverty in the Middle East and elsewhere. Austria also took in roughly 1 percent of its population in asylum seekers in 2015, one of the highest proportions on the continent. Many voters say the country was overrun.

Kurz’s strategy of focusing on that issue paid off.

Meanwhile, the FPO was short of its record score of 26.9 percent, achieved in 1999, but still has a good chance of entering government for the first time in more than a decade. The OVP and the Social Democrats are at loggerheads, meaning the FPO is likely to be kingmaker. FPO leader Heinz-Christian Strache, who has accused Kurz of stealing his party’s ideas, declined to be drawn on his preferred partner.

“Anything is possible,” he told ORF. “We are pleased with this great success and one thing is clear: nearly 60 percent of the Austrian population voted for the FPO program.”

"There won’t be a debate to leave the EU, but the Freedom Party is strong enough to demand significant concessions” and may lead Austria to align more often with eastern European countries that have challenged Merkel on issues including migration, said Thomas Hofer, a political consultant in Vienna. “Austria has mostly been an ally of Germany for decades, but that picture could change more often now," Hofer said.

Austria’s two big parties, the People’s Party and the Social Democrats, have governed together for 44 of the 72 years since World War II. While Kurz and Freedom leader Heinz-Christian Strache might shake up Austria’s cozy political order, they broadly agree in pledging business-friendly policies, notably to scrap corporate taxes on retained profits. They’ll also stay in the German-led camp favoring fiscal austerity in the euro area.

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So who is Kurz?

Kurz, dubbed both the "Conservative Macron" and "Austrian Trump" due to his age and his party reform, said: 'I would of course like to form a stable government. If that cannot be done then there are other options,' adding that he planned to talk to all parties in parliament but would first wait for a count of postal ballots that begins on Monday.

The young leader has pledged to cut benefits for all foreigners in Austria and has vowed to stop the European Union meddling in the country's politics.  

In his victory speech, he said: "I can only say, I am really overwhelmed. We campaigned for several months."

"We built a massive movement. We had a goal to be the first ones over the (finish) line on October 15. We have made the impossible possible. Thank you for all your work and for this historic success. Today is not about triumphing over others. But today is the day for real change in our country. Today has given us a strong mandate to change this country, and I thank you for that. We were handed a great responsibility from the voters, and we should all be aware of it. We should also be aware that a lot of people have put their hopes into our movement. I can promise you that I will fight with all my strength and all my commitment for change in this country, and I want to invite you all to come along this path together with me."

Kurz also wants to slash Austria's red tape and keep the EU out of national affairs.

At 31, Kurz is young even by the standards of Europe's recent youth movement, which saw Macron enter the Elysee Palace at the age of 39 and Christian Lindner, 38, lead Germany's liberal Free Democrats (FDP) back into the Bundestag.

Kurz and Lindner showed that young new faces can inject dynamism into old establishment parties that have lost their way with voters.  Kurz rebranded the OVP as the New People's Party and changed its colours from black to turquoise.  Lindner used trendy black-and-white campaign posters that showed him staring at his smartphone to revitalise the FDP's image.

Macron, who formed his own political movement, was able to paint himself as a rebel outsider despite having served for four years under failed French Socialist Francois Hollande.

By taking a hard line on immigration that left little daylight between him and the far-right Freedom Party (FPO), 31-year-old Foreign Minister Kurz managed to propel his People's Party to first place and draw some support away from an FPO buoyed by Europe's migration crisis. Both parties increased their share of the vote from the last parliamentary election in 2013, marking a sharp shift to the right. Chancellor Christian Kern's Social Democrats were in a close race with the FPO for second place.

Today Kurz was pictured voting in the Austrian capital Vienna alongside his girlfriend Susanne Thier - a finance ministry worker who he met at the age of 18.

Sebastian Kurz, 31, is set to take power and form an alliance with the far-right.
He is pictured today with his girlfriend Susanne Thier, a finance ministry worker

Without revealing which way he was leaning on coalition talks, the 31-year-old told his supporters: "It is our task to work with all others for our country."

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The front runner in Austria’s Sunday election ended his campaign with a familiar message : Sebastian Kurz pledged to make Austria great again. He is set to become the world’s youngest leader, ahead of France’s Emmanuel Macron, who is 39... oh and North Korea's 34-year-old Kim Jong-un, of course.

“I want to put Austria back on top,” he told an adoring crowd in Wiener Neustadt according to the Telegraph. “I want to provide security and order, because the Austrian people deserve it.”

Sebastian Kurz

Austrians are voting Sunday in the country's National Council elections, where according to recent polls the country's 6.4 million voters are likely to ditch the current coalition in favor of a new government backed by anti-immigration nationalists and headed by a 31-year-old Millennial.

Ahead of today's election results, the conservative candidate of the Austrian People's Party (OVP), 31-year-old Sebastian Kurz, is leading the polls with Social Democratic Party (SPO) and the right-wing anti-immigrant Freedom Party (FPO) battling to secure second place. Polls suggest Kurz will lead his conservative People’s Party to victory in Sunday’s election: a victory by the millennial could lead to the unwind of a decade of Social Democratic-led administrations "that revived the economy but struggled with issues over immigration and welfare" and result in the anti-immigrant Freedom Party becoming a part of the coalition government for the first time in history.

To his supporters, Kurz is Austria’s Macron: a one-man political phenomenon who is the only thing standing between the country’s resurgent nationalists and power. But to his detractors he is the Austrian Trump, who has hijacked one of the country’s two main parties and refashioned it in his own image. His critics say he is only holding the populists back by adopting their anti-immigrant rhetoric and policies.

After a surge of support for populist candidates in elections this year in the Netherlands, France and Germany, Austria looks like it will go one further and elect an anti-immigration alliance. The biggest winner will be the aspiring 31-year-old Kurz, who has been Austria’s Minister for Foreign Affairs and Integration since 2013, and who is leading his political campaign along the center-right principles which seem to exploit the refugee issue.

Sebastian Kurz, 31, Austria's foreign minister and leader of the People's Party,
greets supporters during his final campaign event in Vienna on Oct. 13

A recent survey by Meinungsraum conducted for shows that FPO might secure around 28.5% of the vote, followed by OVP with 26.5%. SPO is expected to attract roughly 20% of the vote. Another poll by Research Affairs/Österreich predicts OVP to secure around 33% of the vote. FPO is predicted to come in second with around 27% , followed by SPO with 23% of the vote.

“People are worried about the future and that is the currency that matters in this election,” said Christoph Hofinger, head of the SORA polling institute in Vienna. “The debate is revolving around the issue of fairness, and a lot is also linked to migration.”

Back in May, Kurz called for a snap election amid tensions with coalition partner, the Social Democrats. The young politician previously backed plans to block refugee routes into Europe and supported a ban on full-face veils. He also supports cracking down on radical Islam, echoing FPO sentiments and luring in nationalist voters.

For the past two years, the issue of how to deal with the influx of migrants has been among the most sensitive in Austrian society. The swell of anxiety over immigration to Austria began building 2015, when almost 70,000 mostly-Muslim refugees sought asylum from war-torn countries such as Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq. Schools and hospitals in the nation of 8.7 million struggled to accommodate the newcomers, and disagreements over whether it was fair to give immigrants generous welfare support dominate the media.

As a result, voters have gravitated toward promises by both the People’s Party and Freedom to limit the number of immigrants Austria receives and force newcomers to adapt local customs more quickly.

Leading FPO candidate Heinz-Christian Strache gained massive support ahead of the election by focusing on the country’s immigration policies and on issues such as unemployment, minimum wage and pensions. The party, founded by a former Nazi SS member after the end of the World War II, stuck the nerve of the electorate by proposing to stop immigration and by speaking out against Islam. The FPO support grew to unprecedented levels following EU-wide 'Open Door' migrant policy championed by Germany in wake of 2015 refugee crisis.

While the biggest number of migrants was welcomed by Berlin, Austria received nearly 150,000 asylum requests since 2015. Comprising just over 1 percent of the population, their presence in the country became the number one debated issue in the election.

Meanwhile, the incumbent chancellor of Austria and chairman of the Social Democratic Party, Christian Kern, is virtually assured to lose his place as the head of the government. Unlike his rivals, Kern advocates a much softer stand on migration, instead placing emphasis on employment and the economy. Kern, 51, a former business executive plucked from the national railroad by the Social Democrats in May 2016, has been dogged by sloppy campaign management. Despite overseeing faster growth in the export-oriented economy, Kern has struggled to connect with voters. His No. 1 goal is achieving full employment, since “modernizing the country with investment in education, security, health care and pensions” depends on it, Kern said late Thursday in the campaign’s final debate.

“Austria deserves someone who is ready to take on real responsibility for the population,” Strache said in a parliamentary speech this week, in which he chided Kern for letting thousands of refugees enter Austria, transported on the national railroad he ran before becoming chancellor.

Regardless of performance in Sunday's election, the three main parties must work together to form a new coalition government. Neither the OVP nor the SPO has ruled out a coalition with the FPO, which may play the role of the kingmaker at the end of the day since as the revival of OVP/ SPO coalition seems unlikely. Other parties such as the liberal NEOS (The New Austria and Liberal Forum) and the Greens are expected to secure single digits.

Compared with 10 years ago, more Austrians say they feel like they’re not being heard and are in search of law-and-order leadership, a SORA institute study showed. More than two-fifths of voters declared their desire for a “strongman” leader, according to the research, periodically commissioned by the federal government to gauge public attitudes and consciousness about the country’s Nazi history.


Step forward Kurz, the foreign minister who’s distanced himself from the People’s Party’s leadership and forged similar views with Freedom’s Strache on immigration. Both men want to restrict immigrant access to Austria’s social-security system and impose tighter policing on the country’s borders. The Freedom Party came within 30,000 votes of winning the presidency, a mostly ceremonial post, in a run-off vote last year.

In Austria, anyone over the age of 16 is eligible to vote in roughly 13,000 voting locations throughout the Alpine nation. There are about 6.4 million voters, and those who cast their ballots will decide 183 contested seats at the National Council.


DeadFred pods Sun, 10/15/2017 - 10:41 Permalink

I'm sure random 31 year old young men can rise to power on their own without the powerful backing of older men behind the scenes. Happens all the time (someone follow the strings back to the puppermaster and report back on who is really going to be the new boss, same as the old boss?)

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BarkingCat bamawatson Sun, 10/15/2017 - 11:31 Permalink

It is entirely likely that there are powerful men in Europe who are nationalists. They probably did not cate or even supported the EU up to a certain point and only became active behind tge scenes when Merkel started to polute Europe.They were probably experiencing the boiling frog effect, but suddenly the heat got turned up too hot and they jumped out of the pot.Who the hell knows what is going on behind the scenes, but if we start hearing about mysterious deaths of old money and the likes of Soros, then it is a good indication that a secret war is going on.

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DeadFred BarkingCat Sun, 10/15/2017 - 11:40 Permalink

It could be this or any number of other scenarios but I'm pretty certain it isn't a 31 year old man forging a political movement on his own. If you want to know what's really going on you will have to follow the strings. That charismatic young man, Obama, had strings leading to Soros (and whoever else may be behind Soros). Once you saw those strings Obama's actions made sense.

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knukles merizobeach Sun, 10/15/2017 - 16:53 Permalink

What perplexes me is why Austrians with a country overflowing with pure blonde fair skinned blue eyes maiden freshness allow any Muzzies in the place.Let alone slimy Italians or the smelly FrenchHe's right.Austria for Austrians who like blondesRegardless; There's a march of nationalism globally happening 24/7/365.  It is not a chance, a coincidence that this is happening.It is a well stored up bundle of energy breaking lose in favor of one's own home town, traditions and the like.  A violent push-back at the forced integration of cultures.See, fucking with culture is dangerous, because men are tribal, meaning like their own cultures as they are, by and large, fuck you very much.Glad I could be of help.

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Escrava Isaura Rusty Trombone Sun, 10/15/2017 - 17:31 Permalink

Help my ignorance about Austria politics here but, is Sebastian a conservative? I quickly read his Wikipedia page and as far as I can tell Sebastian would not get elected by the conservatives in America. The only two places I can think he would have a chance to win as a Republican would be in New York and Massachusetts, if those. Check it yourself.   

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Slack Jack Escrava Isaura Sun, 10/15/2017 - 20:41 Permalink

I have cut and pasted a section of the article Proof that Adolf Hitler was a double agent. for your perusal:

Jews, Nazis, Ukraine and Hitler.

So, how is it that the Jews, Oleksander Turchinov, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, Vitali Klitschko, etc, have teamed up with the Ukrainian Neo-Nazis to conduct a coup in the Ukraine. Why is the coup always called a Neo-Nazi coup but never a Jew coup (look it even rhymes). The Ukrainian coup was organized by Jews; they got the most important positions of power. So it was obviously a Jew coup. Then why the Neo-Nazis? Simply so the lying press could say "It was a Neo-Nazi coup." I think these Ukrainian Neo-Nazis are actually a "false flag" group of Jews.

Hitler was the same. Hitler was actually a Jew.

I have gathered yet more evidence from various web-sites and people, and it gets better & better. It is very interesting;

1) Hitler ordered the tanks to stop for 3 days near Dunkirk when only a short distance away. This allowed the entire British army and part of the French army to escape to Britain.

2) Hitler refused to take Gibraltar and turn the Mediterranean into a "German lake". There was nothing to stop the Germans from driving through Spain (their ally) and doing the job.

3) Hitler declared war on the United States.

4) Hitler refused to allow the tens of thousands of tons of weaponized nerve gas that the Germans had produced (at Dyhernfurth an der Oder) to be used. Over 500,000 artillery shells and about 100,000 bombs filled with nerve gas were found in their storage areas (mainly at Krappitz = Krapowice) at the end of the war.

5) Hitler refused to conquer Britain. After Dunkirk, Britain was totally defenseless.

6) Hitler refused to authorise the production of jet fighters. The Heinkel He 178 had its first successful flight in 1939, but the Jews Milch/Goering/Hitler showed no interest in it. The fighter version, the Heinkel He 280, was successfully demonstrated on April 5, 1941, but the Jews Milch/Goering/Hitler refused to put it into production. Hitler wasn't interested in a plane that could travel a couple of hundred miles per hour faster than the others. Same story with the Messerschmidt jets.

7) Jewish financiers gave billions to finance Hitler's rise to power.

8) Only the Nazi's attempted to kill Hitler. The Americans, British and Soviets made no attempt to kill Hitler. It is known that the British refused to allow a number of feasible assassination plans to proceed.

9) An article from "The Jewish World" tells us that Hitler, Goering and Himmler, all have close relatives living as religious Jews in Israel today. Namely,
Hitler's nephew's grandson,
Matthias Goering - great-nephew of Hermann Goering, and
Katrin Himmler - the great-niece of Heinreich Himmler.

10) In 1932 the Jewish genealogist Karl Friedrich von Frank published Hitler's family tree. It was pointed out (June 16, 1932, in the newspaper Neue Zurcher Zeitung) that the name Salomon, which came up repeatedly in Hitler's maternal line, was unlikely to be Aryan. On July 14, 1933, the newspaper Osterreichisches Abendblatt published photographs of graves of various Hitlers from Jewish cemeteries and mentioned a cookbook written in Hebrew by Rosalie Hitler. Also, a number of Jewish families, surnamed Hitler, officially applied to have their names changed due to Hitler's (supposed) antisemitism. [Hitler's Vienna by Brigitte Hamann]

Learn from the past to prevent war in the future.

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Escrava Isaura Slack Jack Mon, 10/16/2017 - 04:20 Permalink

Slack Jack, You have no credibility. You should try a different method. Also, go work in your insecurities before abusing facts by posting false flags.  
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Joe Mama 3 Slack Jack Sun, 10/15/2017 - 23:24 Permalink

learning from the past and connecting the dots is fun, interesting, entertaining, ect. to me. but I beleive there is no way for regular folk to do anything now that we live in a time of such advancements that were never imagined in the 30's and 40's. Info gathering, advancements in weaponry, they have too much stuff that a regular person can't stand a chance against. they can see you in yo house from space, and can kill you through your walls. best to escape to a country setting far away from known military bases and railroad tracks !!!!!!!   Sweet dreams, bitches !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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Lore Rusty Trombone Sun, 10/15/2017 - 19:12 Permalink

@ RustyTrombone: Your response suggests discomfort with the truth of his words.Knukles nailed it.  People are disgusted with pathocratic globalist shit in their national toilets, and will support a credible leader who will stand up and flush.Canada is desperately in need of such leadership.  Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is the political equivalent of a garden gnome, strictly ornamental, useless when SHTF.

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wildbad Rusty Trombone Mon, 10/16/2017 - 03:16 Permalink

actually Knuckles is a very intelligent and often inspired commentator and you are a piece of moldy shit.the paid shills that have appeared here in the past two years are astonishing in their overt ignorance and clearly dirty agenda.

Since 2015 when Merkel and Junker and Soros began their project of european national destabilization the austrians have been as a people at the forefront of oposing them. this is a case of politician listening to their constituents instead of ignoring them.

the geography of poland, hungary and österreich is a strong front against that destabilization program and now even the €U is talking about strengthening the Schengen zone due to that pressure.

they got the dry fuck macron in by scare tactics (just as they did before brexit and are doing currently in catalunya by telling the banks to threaten to move their headquarters) but they know the water is rising and ever more people are seieng them for what they are.

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Jeffersonian Liberal knukles Mon, 10/16/2017 - 00:43 Permalink

Knukles --

It's pretty fucking obvious, isn't it, when you strip away the Thought Control?

We have been so brainwashed into denouncing all forms of Racism that we threw the baby out with the bath water.

Practically everyone is a Racialist...meaning that they protect their own race and ethnicity and culture (even if that means attacking the race, ethnicity, and cultures of others).

Yet we were brainwashed into believing that Racialism is the same as Racism.

It is long past time that defenders of white, Christian (or agnostic/atheistic believers, which is a freedom granted by Western Civilization's basic ideologies) defend Western Civilization, defend the White race. This isn't Racism, it is Racialism, which is natural and honorable.

Whites: Stop committing racial suicide.

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atomic balm knukles Mon, 10/16/2017 - 13:35 Permalink

What perplexes me is why Austrians with a country overflowing with pure blonde fair skinned blue eyes maiden freshness allow any Muzzies in the place. (((Who)) do you think is actually running the "Austrian" government? (((Who))) controls the various central banks?  The people have no say- elections are to fool the public into believing that the system is "voluntary."

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Uncoy DeadFred Mon, 10/16/2017 - 10:51 Permalink

This is a long time existing party not a new movement. Sebastian Kurz was picked out by the party leaders to renew the party. He grabbed the electorate's attention and affection more suddenly and absolutely than anticipated. Indeed Kurz has much more control of the party than was originally planned.On the ground - unlike Macron - Kurz seems a genuine reformer and nationalist.

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EddieLomax BarkingCat Sun, 10/15/2017 - 14:16 Permalink

That is a key problem with flooding Europe with homicidal and unemployable Muslims, even the elites want to be able to live somewhere safely.Other than the ultra-rich would live in gated communities the rest have to rely on the streets being safe.  No doubt quite a few people have noticed the direction things are going in, it will be interesting to see if there are enough nationalists among the nations industry to turn things around, first step is the destruction of the government class, those that work off government contracts (aka crony capitalism), cut off their funding and force them to do a honest days work.If that happens then all of a sudden I think a lot of people will suddenly want the government to take less of their money.

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Manthong EddieLomax Sun, 10/15/2017 - 18:02 Permalink

YouTube has turned into a pile of crap.. the GUI sucks now… the momentous media clips are intellectual propertied or PC’d out of existence for short, fair use. F U Social Justice Marxist destroyers of western civilization  F U Google…. . there are ways around (and out) of you. The best I could do now for a relevant, slightly obtuse analog... 

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NukeChinaNow Four chan Sun, 10/15/2017 - 21:02 Permalink

Austria. NOT Australia.Sand nigger invasion is not WANTED ANYWHERE in the World. Even by other sners.They all try to escape to White enclaves which then become shitholes and the bright whites move to better areas for their children.There's NOT ONE place on the planet that niggers rule that White people seek to move to. N O T O N E.

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Ghordius BarkingCat Mon, 10/16/2017 - 04:47 Permalink

correct. being a nationalist is 100% compatible with supporting the EU, from moderately to strongly, heremeanwhile, Merkel's hand was forced by an external event: Erdogan getting upset and quite unexpectedly opening the Turkish borders to the war refugees in his country (and one million out of four millions there moved, note)and this was not "behind the scenes". it was open to see to all who wanted to seesure, this opened Merkel to the well known criticism. meanwhile, the other options were:- letting them fester in the Balkans (perhaps with Qatari and Saudi money arming them, all in the traditional "powder keg" of Europe) or- setting up huge concentration camps in Hungary (with EU funds, note), with similar issues leading to new onesmeanwhile, Erdogan is getting... bribes. to keep his border shut. again, with EU funds

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greenskeeper carl bamawatson Sun, 10/15/2017 - 16:45 Permalink

What's funny to me is that all he is pledging to do is 'limit the number of immigrants and force them to adapt to local customs quicker'. That's what passes for 'extreme' these days? How about stopping immigration for a while and kicking a bunch of them out?

As an aside, I'd be very curious how many Americans would support such a thing. My own parents, who are straight laced, hard working conservative 'normies' that share very few of my more 'extreme' viewpoints have both said on several occasions that they want exactly that for the US.

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Bigly DeadFred Sun, 10/15/2017 - 11:28 Permalink

My first thoughts, as well. Is this another propped up Manchurian candidate like macron? Wolf in sheep's clothing who will do his master's bidding?  Odds are, yes, he is.  The deep state has red pilled some of us so badly, it is possible a real reformer can get dissed. I hope he's the real deal, but I wouldn't even bet $100 on that.

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waspwench Bigly Sun, 10/15/2017 - 17:10 Permalink

Even if he is the real deal, he could not possibly say so or he would immediately be branded a new Hitler and crucified by the extreme-left.   We can only wait and see what he does.   He is in a very strong position if he allies himself with the Freedom Party.Fingers crossed folks.....

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