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AFAIK a socialist takes over. Think the Spanish will be nicer to migrants instead.
A mucca of Corbyn too, this doesn't bode well for Spain.....

Italy has a possible new government of 5 Stelle and Lega. However, Matarella has to give his blessings to the new team.
One hopes that Italy finds a way to break out of the this exclusive club of the damned, but if they succeed in deporting the legions of invaders this will be enough for now.
 

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One hopes that Italy finds a way to break out of the this exclusive club of the damned, but if they succeed in deporting the legions of invaders this will be enough for now.
Don't have high hopes for either. It's a coalition of a right-wing party (Lega) and a left-wing one (5 stelle). The latter is a bit Euro sceptic, but ever since the movement started it has been infiltrated by previous members of the "old" parties that had been in power.
Lets not forget who has the real power in the Western Europe: The banks, the so called "markets", rating agencies and especially the ECB and, of course, the IMF. They have plenty of tools to make the life very hard for Italy.
 

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Don't have high hopes for either. It's a coalition of a right-wing party (Lega) and a left-wing one (5 stelle). The latter is a bit Euro sceptic, but ever since the movement started it has been infiltrated by previous members of the "old" parties that had been in power.
Lets not forget who has the real power in the Western Europe: The banks, the so called "markets", rating agencies and especially the ECB and, of course, the IMF. They have plenty of tools to make the life very hard for Italy.
Life is already hard and getting worse, if they don't start deporting the barbarians it will be just another State on the path to anarcho-tyranny. The Italians know that it's time to fight or accept the EU Afro-Eurobian vision which is not Italy. There is no future for Italians in the EU's vision.

Italy needs to go back to the old way of muddling through and devalue its currency. It cannot compete it the straight jacket of the EU.
 
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Just imagine how President Sanders would be in trade negotiations with China. Socialist and ...whatever China is today.

Think what he would wear to the White House Correspondents dinner.
Will he make it down the stairs by himself, considering his forward age?
Imagine the president of the US coming down on stair lift...
However, he'll face another female contender: Oprah Winfrey. She got a lot of feminist support right now.
 

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Another TV celebrity?
Apparently only a bad thing when you're not part of the globalist, left wing media!
I think it's about time for an obese, black, female president who'll make America even greater by giving away free (US brand) cars.
Only thing that could throw spanners into her dreams could be the Weinstein trial and how she was connected to him and his alleged
sexual misconduct.
 

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My province just got taken over by a populist Donald Trump wannabe.
devastating blow to the Liberals. Loss of official party status, oh my. But you can take solace in an NDP official opposition! But it was ugly to see the Liberals decimated by the downtown commies. The left eating the left.

Heard an interesting stat. Ford's primary voter base are white, affluent, uneducated men. Rich rednecks as opposed to beaten down coal miners and steel workers.

You even have 1 Green Party MPP. Huzzah!

Are you ready for Dougie and the ghost of Rob to make Ontario (well, the GTA) great again!

Is there a website to buy Ford hats that you are aware of?
 

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devastating blow to the Liberals. Loss of official party status, oh my. But you can take solace in an NDP official opposition! But it was ugly to see the Liberals decimated by the downtown commies. The left eating the left.

Heard an interesting stat. Ford's primary voter base are white, affluent, uneducated men. Rich rednecks as opposed to beaten down coal miners and steel workers.
Pitiful showing in the city except the party leader's riding and the one next to her. In some of the suburbs the incumbent wasn't even runner up. White affluent uneducated men - there's an oxymoron in there somewhere. We shut down the coal plants. There's no going back.

You even have 1 Green Party MPP. Huzzah!
I'm rather glad that insurance company in Guelph never hired me. Waste of a seat - those clowns.

Are you ready for Dougie and the ghost of Rob to make Ontario (well, the GTA) great again!
That's the stupidity of that slogan. We've always been great. The country wouldn't exist without us.
 

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Looks promising: the end of Merkel's and Soros's agenda in Germany, The Awakening continues:

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018...is-after-coalition-rebellion-over-immigration
I'll believe it when it actually happens. At the moment everyone in that coalition is scared shitless because a lot of the mishandling of the migrant desaster and Merkel's role in it have come to light. There is a local election coming up in Bavaria and the AfD is getting stronger and stronger because people don't have confidence that the government is doing enough. So the Bavarian CSU wants to stay in power and they have to do something about the most pressing issue atm, which is illegal immigration.
Migrants murdering young girls, attacking cops to avoid deportation, corrupt workers at the ministery for immigration who signed off thousands of asylum seeker applications for money. And so on.
I think there will be a foul compromise to make Seehofer/ CSU look good and after the local elections it's back to business as usual.
 

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Apparently his opponents had help from the usual suspects (CIA and Western MSM).
Also, Erdogan has a strong support among Turkish Germans (or German Turks).
Plus, what kind of leader would you be if you can't rig elections in your favour? #hillarylost
It will be great if he's taken down, my understanding is the forces unleashed from America cannot be resisted from Europe and hence the Merkel/Macron pact of childless wonders have just been usurped in the quiet EU coup. Most of the EU members signed onto the letter from the Dutch. Then there's today's pre-summit no-one of importance has come, except Italy after begging, our agent in the camp.

The hirelings in the court are now being dealt with, once this is sorted, the universities are next.

It's not only William Burroughs territory, it's William Blake too.....we're winning!
 

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Looks like Merkel found a way out of her crisis with the help of her globalist friends.
The EU countries will now put migrants into special camps to sort out who can stay or not.
Since not really a lot get deported even if they are deemed not to have the rights to stay (which are 99.999% of them) it's another smoke and mirror action.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-44652846

"The centres, hosted on a voluntary basis, would determine who are illegal migrants "who will be returned". "

What's the point if they are checked by the same people that let everybody in before?
 

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The key word is ''voluntary''. Enough there for everyone to agree on.

We are now living through the hyper-acceleration of the plan to diversify western Europe into vast city states that will be completely alien and no go zones for the original inhabitants. These city states will descend into violence and bankruptcy but they will be kept afloat by vast schemes of wealth redistribution and threats. There is no get out now, the changes and damage is irrevocable. Let western Europe's failure and descent stand out as a lesson to to the world. There is no peaceful way out of this I fear.

Tribal war in the Babylon:



Maajid Nawaz nails it:


Soon the arm militias will form.
 
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They're selling this as a victory for Merkel in the MSM and a breakthrough. The "voluntary" part also shows that Merkel did not have the support of the Eastern EU states or the power to make them accept her demands.
However, I don't think that people can and will be fooled by this.
Migrants will still want to go to Germany and Sweden for the big handouts, so even if countries like Spain and even Italy let them in, no worries, they'll disappear soon enough.
However, if the CSU lets this slide they will be annihilated in the upcoming elections in Bavaria.
 

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They're selling this as a victory for Merkel in the MSM and a breakthrough. The "voluntary" part also shows that Merkel did not have the support of the Eastern EU states or the power to make them accept her demands.
However, I don't think that people can and will be fooled by this.
Migrants will still want to go to Germany and Sweden for the big handouts, so even if countries like Spain and even Italy let them in, no worries, they'll disappear soon enough.
However, if the CSU lets this slide they will be annihilated in the upcoming elections in Bavaria.
It doesn't really matter at this stage, this rear guard action doesn't even buy them much time....it's not only the dirty uneducated working class who have woke to the horror that the battle for security and survival will be fought internally within Europe. The more they double down on their mistake and curtail free speech, the more they make a funeral pyre for their own political and establishment class. It's a death rattle we are witnessing and they know deep down the damage done cannot andf will not forgiven and hence the desire to erase the Europeans from history before they answer to their crimes. But we are not going to go gently into that good night.....
 

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It doesn't really matter at this stage, this rear guard action doesn't even buy them much time....it's not only the dirty uneducated working class who have woke to the horror that the battle for security and survival will be fought internally within Europe. The more they double down on their mistake and curtail free speech, the more they make a funeral pyre for their own political and establishment class. It's a death rattle we are witnessing and they know deep down the damage done cannot andf will not forgiven and hence the desire to erase the Europeans from history before they answer to their crimes. But we are not going to go gently into that good night.....
In other words: We should hope for a failure of the French and English (and maybe even other European) football teams. The longer they stay in the tournament, the longer the distraction that will continue into the holiday season.
Plenty of time to do nothing but lip service and ruin Europe further.
 

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In other words: We should hope for a failure of the French and English (and maybe even other European) football teams. The longer they stay in the tournament, the longer the distraction that will continue into the holiday season.
Plenty of time to do nothing but lip service and ruin Europe further.
Looks like no European country wants to be the one to set-up the processing camps. They'll put the thumb screws on soon enough. Ireland might be a good one with their Project 2030.
 

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Looks like no European country wants to be the one to set-up the processing camps. They'll put the thumb screws on soon enough. Ireland might be a good one with their Project 2030.
None of the North_African countries want one of those camps, too.
So it will likely be a blame game by Merkel, like "I tried, but XYZ didn't want to do it"!
The easiest way would be to stop all those charity/ NGO boats from picking them up near the Tunesian/ Libyan coast and confiscate their ships. Italy and Malta had the right idea.
 

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None of the North_African countries want one of those camps, too.
So it will likely be a blame game by Merkel, like "I tried, but XYZ didn't want to do it"!
The easiest way would be to stop all those charity/ NGO boats from picking them up near the Tunesian/ Libyan coast and confiscate their ships. Italy and Malta had the right idea.
Not only Italy and Malta, within the continent we have the Visegard Group holding strong.

I am confident that we can still win this fight, it may be bloody in areas, but we can still avoid a pan-European civil war or a managed hand-over Common Purpose style to the Sharia compliant state.

We should also remember the USA will support us at the decisive moment. As they too look on at Europe and cannot believe that countries like the UK are debasing themselves with political prisoners and newspeak.
 
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