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Far-right marches in to German parliament, Angela Merkel holds on

Chancellor Angela Merkel has won a record-equalling fourth term. Photo: AAP

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has won a record-equalling fourth term in office, after elections that have seen a far-right party win seats in Germany’s parliament for the first time in more than half a century.

But Ms Merkel will have to form an uneasy coalition to form government, after her conservatives haemorrhaged support to the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party.

After shock election results last year, from Britain’s vote to leave the European Union to the election of US President Donald Trump, many look to Ms Merkel to rally a bruised liberal Western order, tasking her with leading a post-Brexit Europe.

She must now form a coalition government – an arduous process that could take months, as all potential partners are unsure whether they really want to share power with her.

Ms Merkel’s conservative bloc won 33.5 per cent of the vote, making them the largest parliamentary group, an exit poll for broadcaster ZDF showed – a sharp drop from its 41.5 per cent in the last election, in 2013.

Support for their closest rivals, the centre-left Social Democrats (SPD) which are currently junior partners in a so-called “grand coalition” with Ms Merkel, slumped to 20 per cent – a new post-war low.

But the biggest shock came in the form of the AfD which stunned the nation by finishing third and entering parliament for the first time, with 13.2 per cent of the vote.

The result sparked protests around the country, while Germany’s Die Welt newspaper described the result as “the triumph of the fear campaign,” referring to the rise of the far-right and anti-immigration AfD.


Ms Merkel, Europe’s longest serving leader, joins the late Helmut Kohl, her mentor who was leader during Germany’s reunification, and Konrad Adenauer, who led Germany’s rebirth after World War II, as the only post-war chancellors to win four national elections.

SPD deputy leader Manuela Schwesig ruled out a repeat of Ms Merkel’s existing alliance with the party.

An alternative coalition would be a three-way tie-up with the liberal Free Democrats (FDP) and the Greens. That is a combination as yet untested at national level and known as the “Jamaica” option because the three parties’ colours are those of the black-gold-green Jamaican national flag.

Both parties have played down that prospect but, as they have been out of government for four and 12 years respectively, they may be lured into an alliance by the prospect of power.

AfD success ‘particularly depressing’

The AfD is projected to take as many as 98 seats in parliament after winning 13.2 per cent of the vote.

The AfD was founded in 2013 as a eurosceptic outfit, but has turned its focus to opposition to immigration and Islam amid a nationalist backlash against Chancellor Angela Merkel’s decision to welcome hundreds of thousands of migrants in 2015 and 2016.

Its 13.2 per cent share of the vote makes the third-biggest party in parliament, giving it more support than that earned by parties pushing pro-business, environmentalist or hard-left positions.

An exit poll conducted by the research institute Infratest dimap on Sunday showed that 46 per cent of German voters are “very worried about the rising influence of Islam” in the country and 38 per cent said there are too many foreigners entering the country.

Ms Merkel said she would seek “to win back voters by listening to their concerns and their fears and primarily by conducting good politics.”

Mr Schulz later blamed Merkel for the far-right surge, saying that she had run a “scandalous election campaign” devoid of meaningful debate and that the AfD had filled the vacuum.

AfD lead candidate Alexander Gauland, 76, said: “We’ve made it – we will change this country.”

“The fact that we are the third-strongest party (means that) this government should dress warmly. We will chase them! We will chase Merkel or whomever else! And we will take our country and our nation back,” he said.

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Malcolm Fraser warned in 2005 of fascist Australian laws allowing indefinite detention without trial

You need to review your knowledge of the current Law Enforcement Security changes in our country since 2005. The following excerpt FYI from “Laws for a secret state without any safeguards” by former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser – Victoria University Library – 20 October 2005.

The new ASIO legislation overturns long-held concepts of basic justice. (P4):-

The ASIO legislation of 2002 underlines Australia’s official indifference to “due process” and to what until recently would have been regarded as universally accepted Rule of Law. We are the only democratic country, I am advised, to legislate for the detention of people whom the authorities do not suspect of any wrong doing or even of any wrong thought.

In Australia, any of us can be detained merely because authorities believe we might know something that we don’t even know we know. The authorities do not have to believe we are guilty of any crime, or are planning any crime, or have consorted with any suspicious persons.

How could such a law be drafted by the Government and supported by the Labor opposition?

You can be detained for one week but then on a new warrant, another and another and another week. Unless it is approved in the original warrant, and why would ASIO do that? – you are not allowed to contact your wife, your husband, your child, your mother, your father and of course not a lawyer.

If you don’t answer ASIO’s questions satisfactorily, you can be charged and subject to 5 years in jail. But the law is reasonable, it goes on to say that if you don’t know anything, then it’s not an offence not to tell ASIO anything!!! But you have to prove you didn’t know anything and so the “onus of proof” is reversed.

You can be asked to produce a paper and if you don’t, you also go to jail on prosecution for 5 years but the law goes on to say, being fair-minded again, if you don’t have such a paper, it’s not an offence not to produce it but you have to prove that you didn’t have it. How do you prove that you do not have something that you do not even know exists!!! Again, the “onus of proof” is reversed.

If a journalist heard that you had been detained and sought to report it, he would go to jail for 5 years. If a detained person were released and talked to anyone about his or her experiences, subject to prosecution, five years in jail.

This seems to be a law for secret behaviour by authorities, for making somebody disappear. It is a law that one would expect in tyrannical countries and not in Australia. Do we do nothing about it because we believe it will not apply to ourselves? Do we believe it is only going to apply to people of a different religion who look a bit different?

SMH published this speech [HERE]

North Korean girl warns about madman President Kim Jung-un

US to take direct action against deranged North Korean leader

The video tells all about this suppressed regime and how a desperate 24 year old girl escaped the country.

The regime has to be brought down to free 25 million people who have spent their entire lives half-starving and in desperate need of proper nutrition. A poor diet and millions of brains starved of nutrients allows this well-fed dictator Kim Jung-un to brainwash his people.

This deranged leader has threatened the world with missile strikes, including Australia. Today President Trump invited the entire US Senate to discuss imminent military action against North Korea to remove the constant threat of nuclear strikes.

Fujimoto, the dictator’s personal chef stated in 2009 that “If power is to be handed over then Jong-un is the best for it. He has superb physical gifts, is a big drinker and never admits defeat.”

Also, according to Fujimoto, Jong-un smokes Yves Saint Laurent cigarettes, loves Johnnie Walker whisky and has a Mercedes-Benz 600 luxury sedan.

When Jong-un was 18, Fujimoto described an episode where Jong-un once questioned his lavish lifestyle and asked, “We are here, playing basketball, riding horses, riding jet skis, having fun together. But what of the lives of the average people?” On 15 January 2009 the South Korean news agency Yonhap reported that
Kim Jong-il had appointed Kim Jong-un to be his successor. (Wikipedia)

Goodbye Jong-un.

CIA treasonous agenda to overthrow Trump government

CIA Treason Agenda

Angry, leftist politicians are seeking to overthrow the U.S. government, holding clandestine meetings with CIA operatives… and the media is complainant in the treasonous task.

It’s a sentence that reads like it comes from a two dollar-store spy novel… but it’s very real, according to best-selling author and noted journalist Glenn Greenwald.

Australian Treasonous Public Service

Australian embattled political establishment poised to be trumped by people powered One Nation and other elected independents platform returning the peoples stolen voice to their parliament back is terrifying the duopoly two party system of government, but most feared – “what if they examine the books”.

Treasonous agenda in Australia is not isolated to national security organisations as identified with American CIA, there is a deadly viper nest of entrenched unelected self appointed public servant puppet masters who unchallenged administer control over all elected Australian parliaments. When challenged these vipers access unlimited taxpayer funding to eliminate any threat to this power base. The only attack they cannot defeat is from a united front at polling booths that removes the two party system control of Australian government.

The Video

This video of  Tucker Carlson’s show on Fox News Thursday, Greenwald, not a Trump supporter, warned that there is “obvious open warfare” between the CIA and President Donald Trump. Even worse, Democratic lawmakers were encouraging and “openly calling for and cheering for the intervention of the CIA.”

That, folks, is high treason.

Senator Roberts blasts Greens ALP Closure of all Power Stations

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One Nation Senator Malcolm Roberts

The Greens and Labor have come together to produce a report to have coal electricity banned.

I had something to say about this!!! .. watch the video which may take a few seconds to load.

 

Video you need to see – What’s up Rod?

One Nation Senator Rod Culleton video clip

 

Turnbull’s trade agreement dead from a Trump Card

Julie-Bishop-001Without consultation of the people on this trade agreement that affects all Australians, the duopoly establishment rolled us into this agreement that would have handed our sovereignty to other countries – WELL – Donald Trump has killed it as egg pours over Julie Bishop’s face sending a clear message to Turnbull “IT’S NOT ON MATE”.

 

TPP: Trade pact dead, buried, cremated amid Donald Trump presidency

By rural reporter Anna Vidot ABC News

It was an ambitious and controversial trade pact that would have covered nearly 40 per cent of the global economy and solidified US leadership in the Asia-Pacific.

But Donald Trump’s victory in the United States’ presidential election has likely killed off the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which the Turnbull Government promised would deliver valuable new markets for Australian beef, wheat and dairy.

Pro-traders in the US and within the Obama administration had held out hope that regardless of who won the US election, the TPP could be ratified by a ‘lame duck’ session of Congress — held after the election, but before the new president is sworn in.

The chance of that happening was always slim, after a presidential campaign that inflamed and fed on anti-trade sentiment.

But the victory of that movement’s most vehement advocate in the US presidential election, pushes that chance beyond the plausible.

Opposition to the controversial Pacific trade pact was a centrepiece of Mr Trump’s campaign from the start, and it will surely be irretrievably sunk the moment he takes the oath of office on January 20.

The agreement, seven years in the making, was the jewel in the crown of the Obama administration’s “pivot to Asia” — a plan to cement American leadership and influence in the Pacific region.

The 11 other TPP nations could conceivably forge ahead without the US, but that seems unlikely given much of the agreement’s appeal was better access to the vast US economy.

The broader ramifications of a Trump presidency for global trade could be considerable.

He has promised to formally label China a “currency manipulator”, and vowed to pursue trade cases against China at the World Trade Organisation (WTO).

‘No indication Trump would renegotiate’: Bishop

The Peterson Institute for International Economics in the US reported Mr Trump’s trade policies could trigger trade wars with China and Mexico, and lead to a recession costing 4 million American jobs.

Mr Trump promised he would renegotiate international trade agreements if he won the White House, and argued that agreements like NAFTA — the North America trade pact covering the US, Canada and Mexico — were directly responsible for rust belt job losses and the decline of American manufacturing.

Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop told the ABC she did not believe Australia’s 11-year-old trade agreement with the US would be at the top of the list for renegotiation.

“There is no indication that Donald Trump would want to renegotiate the Australia-US free trade agreement,” she said.

“We run a trade deficit with the United States. The US has a considerable surplus so it’s unlikely to change.

“In relation to the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which is a regional agreement, we are concerned that both candidates were opposed to the agreement in its current form.”

Ms Bishop said Australia continued to urge the US Congress to ratify the TPP in its session during the transition period before Mr Trump’s swearing-in.

 

Trumps win elates Bob Katter

The freemarketeers have been “Trumped” according to Bob in his latest video where he addresses the American people’s decision to elect Donald Trump as their next President. Bob is hopeful that this election, along with Brexit, will help Australians secure their own “great victory” against those who are not interested in our well-being or the well-being of the country at large.

Watch the video below …..

Donald Trumps Clinton

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President elect Donald Trump now will rattle cages of the entrenched American establishment while delivering hope to those countries that the US military elite has smothered for decades.

Prime Minister Turnbull backed down as the reality of people power wiped the smile off his Clinton-supporting face.  Shorten’s ALP delivered the bullshit he is known for. Let us not forget the massive Trump dislike coming from the left media.

Pauline Hanson with her One Nation senators are ecstatic over Trump’s win for the people of America against the establishment. Her party numbers swell daily supporting the return of the peoples voice to their parliament currently under duopoly control.

A very clear message to Turnbull, Shorten and the Green  dictatorship – “Your credibility has gone.  Expect a massive political revolution from the silent majority of people following America’s demolition of their entrenched establishment”. 

Video all Australian voters need to see

This message for Australians outside of those terrified of factual information unraveling their fictional facade world  they hide within using the word ‘racism’ and ‘redneck’ as a weapon to suppress debate.

Pat Condon delivers this huge reality check back in December that now has further compounded facts that people have had enough of current government and politicians to  be reflected at polling booths all over this nation on July 2nd.

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