April 29, 2019

Spanish populist party Vox gains foothold in parliament

Janice AtkinsonRebel Commentator

Yesterday, a new Spanish parliament was elected and one new populist party is hogging the headlines. 

The populist party Vox was founded five years ago and won 10.2% of the popular vote to gain 24 seats of the total 350 available. 

WATCH and I'll explain how the group is already being attacked by the press who don't understand that their election is part of a wider nationalist trend.

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commented 2019-04-30 15:01:48 -0400
You are right about one thing Andrew,
Scheer is no conservative/right wing and his policies are watered down to make who ever he can buy to vote for him, happy.
commented 2019-04-30 14:08:05 -0400
they only won 10% of the popular vote. it’s so bad we consider this good news. and i know it is actually good news because it was abysmal before, and this gives some hope. but dang!! and this plays out everywhere the same. the ndp lost here in alberta, but received 32% of the popular vote, and that is after they decimated alberta. the problem is the conservatives are too weak when they take office. they need to fix the school and university indoctrination. and they need to fix the media indoctrination. and most of all, they have to gut the government — make it smaller. way smaller. the less power government has over us the safer we will be. i think of harper, whom i like. but he was too weak. he left the cbc intact to continue poisoning the minds of the nieve. even trump … should start removing entire governmental agencies and departments. cruz campaigned on getting rid of the department of education, and another one that i can’t remember. don’t bandage it, amputate it. fix it by taking the government’s authoritarian creep into our lives away.
commented 2019-04-30 10:32:15 -0400
“I hope there is a new awakening and the Left become Righteous.
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Scheer is releasing his climate change plan in June.
commented 2019-04-30 00:21:52 -0400
Good news in Europe. Glad to hear that Spain may have finally had enough.

Peter, that is the million dollar question. I don’t know that we have suffered enough, but I am hopeful the PPC can send down roots this time at the very least. It has to start somewhere and I believe until it does, this country doesn’t have a chance in hell.
commented 2019-04-29 20:01:12 -0400
I would like Maxime’s populous PPC party to get a firm foothold in the next federal election, but are Canadian right wingers beaten up enough by the left to break out of their Conservative party rut and vote for a populous party yet?
commented 2019-04-29 19:52:33 -0400
Wow! Vox now has 6.8 % of the seats. I’m sure the Left won’t sleep tonight.
commented 2019-04-29 18:29:32 -0400
The right will always prevail in the end, the problem is the number of times that we are pulled down by the Left and end up paying for their mistakes.
I hope there is a new awakening and the Left become Righteous.
commented 2019-04-29 17:15:05 -0400
In October the populist CPC will also defeat the globalist socialist Liberals. Unless Andrew Scheer does something stupid – like abandoning western values and succumbing to leftist ideology – he’s assured victory.