Monday, May 7, 2012

The Rise of Socialists and the Nazi Party - #3866 - It's Time for Them to be Afraid Greek 'Neo-Nazi' Party Leader Lashes Out at Traitors as He Calls for Revolution - The Blaze (2) Sarkozy Out in France - Hot Air

LISTEN TO HITLER-STYLE SPEECH AFTER ELECTIONS.....
It's Time for Them to be Afraid, Greek 'Neo-Nazi' Party Leader Lashes Out at the Traitors as He Calls for Revolution, 14,773 views.   The leader of an extreme-right, anti-immigrant party on course for shock success in Greece’s general elections Sunday lashed out at those he described as “traitors” responsible for the country’s financial crisis and said his party was ushering in a “revolution.” The far-right Golden Dawn party is set to win 7 percent of the parliamentary vote, according to early projections, as Greeks punished the traditionally dominant parties who backed harsh austerity measures tied to debt-relief agreements.Parties must exceed a 3-percent threshold of the vote to be represented in Greece’s parliament. In the last general election in 2009, Golden Dawn received merely 0.29 percent. It has seen its support jump as a wave of anti-immigrant sentiment has spread in financially devastated Greece.  Read more........

Sarkozy Out in France, Hollande In - Hot Air - The “conservative” era is officially drawing to a close in France, following Sarkozy’s loss yesterday to the Socialist candidate Francois Hollande in a run-off election. Here’s a glimpse at what the people of France voted for, via the Daily Mail: The uncharismatic Mr Hollande, who has never held any ministerial office and is the first socialist to win the French presidency since Francois Mitterrand in 1988, has been an outspoken advocate of rewriting the plans to save the [Euro]. He wants a new ‘preamble’ written into the new European fiscal pact signed by 25 EU nations to water down calls for austerity measures. He is demanding a change to strict rules which dictate how much member states can spend, without which most observers believe a new European economic crisis is inevitable. After his victory he said that one of his priorities was to ‘preserve our social model’ – a reference to France’s generous welfare state. The new president has pledged to spend an extra 20 billion euros in the years ahead to kickstart the economy and wants to slap a 75 per cent tax rate on those earning more than one million euros a year, or around £850,000.  Read more..........

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