Snapshot of Malay Tsunami sea monster
Look carefully at the picture. Can you recognize the creature? Heh, heh, heh
“Face it and deal with it”
In an exclusive interview with The Telegraph published yesterday, Dutch politician Geert Wilders said,
“Just like a Brexit, a Freedom Party victory would be an enormous incentive for people all over Europe to see that we are not parties on the fringe of politics, that we are not only the biggest party in respective countries but even provide the head of state, the elected President.
“It’s a reality and you’d better face it and deal with it.”
Wilders is referring to the anticipated victory of the Austrian presidency by the far right candidate. (At time of writing, the two contestants are deadlocked.)
He further predicted that this trend will be “the future in many European countries”, and noting the bright prospect for Marine Le Pen in next year’s French presidential election.
Wilders additionally believes that he has a realistic shot at becoming the next prime minister of The Netherlands.
Both he and Le Pen have a reputation as being anti-Islam/Muslim, as does Norbert Hofer who in all likelihood will be ushered in as Austria’s president once the postal votes are counted.
dpa international (@dpa_intl) May 22, 2016
Tide is turning, tsunami coming
Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and Switzerland all have right-wing governments.
A right wing Swedish party topped the public opinion polls this year although it is shut of out of Sweden’s broad-coalition government. Meanwhile, the right wing are junior partners in the governments of Finland and Denmark.
One common thread accounting for the popularity of the right wing is their position on immigration, i.e. anti-Muslim immigrants.
There is strong backlash against the flood of Muslim refugee arrivals on European shores. Among the commonly heard refrains are “Islam does not belong in Europe” and “Muslims are not welcome”.
The natives (whites) are increasingly rejecting Muslim immigrants who are unable to integrate. The differences in race and religion are a huge chasm.
In Malaysia, the natives are the Muslims.
Gong by the trend of tacking to the right, Malays will soon be very short on patience with the evangelical Christians. These evangelistas are as disruptive a force over here in a Muslim country as is the presence of millions of Muslim asylum seekers over in Europe.
Absentee ballots to decide Austria's next president after candidates each draw 50 percent of vote: apne.ws/243cncW—
The Associated Press (@AP) May 22, 2016
Multiculturalism is failing
BBC quotes the vote tally by the Austrian interior ministry of the regular ballots at 51.9% going to the far right candidate and 48.1% for the green leftist candidate. Only the postal votes are left to be counted.
A probable win by the nationalists in Austria will start a chain reaction in the continent, and possibly provide a boost for Donald Trump across the Atlantic too.
It’s likely the same in Malaysia. The more MCA touts multiculturalism, the deader the party will be. The impending Malay tsunami will guarantee this outcome.