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Monday, March 27, 2017

Open Borders Wins The Day



It is the Death of the West

  • Sheeple "Conservatives" and Leftists alike voted to abolish German national borders and let in Muslim illegal aliens by the millions.
  • The Alternative for Germany party was the only one to stand up for nationalism and controlling immigration.  Voters gave them a "massive" 6.2% of the vote and 3 seats in the state legislature.
  • Germany is finished. You might as well rename it Deutschlandistan.


(Reuters)  -  German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives won a regional election in the western state of Saarland on Sunday, dealing a setback to their Social Democrat rivals and boosting her prospects of winning a fourth term in September's national election.

Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU) strengthened their position as the largest party in the state despite expectations ahead of the vote that the Social Democrats (SPD) would be boosted by their new national leader, Martin Schulz.
German State of Saarland

The CDU won 40.7 percent of the vote, up from 35.2 percent in the previous election in Saarland in 2012, preliminary official figures showed. The SPD slipped to 29.6 percent, down from 30.6 percent.

Prior to the election, polls had indicated that a left-leaning "red-red-green" alliance of the SPD, the far-left Linke and the environmentalist Greens -- or even a "red-red" coalition if the Greens failed to win enough votes -- could emerge after the vote.

But the Greens failed to reach the 5 percent threshold required to enter the state assembly, while the SPD and Linke, which won 12.9 percent, lacked enough votes to form a coalition on their own.

Saarland has only 800,000 eligible voters, but the state election was the first of three regional votes ahead of the Sept. 24 federal vote and offered an opportunity for the parties to build, or lose, momentum for the national election.

The far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD), which bruised Merkel in regional elections last year after her decision in 2015 to open Germany's doors to migrants from the Middle East, won 6.2 percent of the vote in Saarland.

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Results for the 26 March 2017 election to the 17th Landtag of Saarland
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PartyPopular voteSeats
Votes%+/–Seats+/–
Christian Democratic Union
Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands – CDU
217,27540.7%Increase5.5%24Increase5
Social Democratic Party
Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands – SPD
157,84129.6%Decrease1.0%17-
The Left
Die Linke
68,56612.9%Decrease3.3%7Decrease2
Alternative for Germany
Alternative für Deutschland – AfD
32,9356.2%Increase6.2%3Increase3
Alliance '90/The Greens
Bündnis 90/Die Grünen
21,3924.0%Decrease1.0%0Decrease2
Free Democratic Party
Freie Demokratische Partei – FDP
17,4193.3%Increase2.1%0-
Family Party
Familienpartei Deutschlands
4,4330.8%Decrease0.9%0-
Pirate Party
Piratenpartei Deutschland
3,9790.7%Decrease6.7%0Decrease4
National Democratic Party
Nationaldemokratische Partei Deutschlands – NPD
3,7440.7%Decrease0.5%0-
Other parties
Valid votes
Invalid votes
Totals and voter turnout
Electorate100.0
Source: Landeswahlleiterin

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Saar does not have a large population , or migration troubles ... so CDU keep stauch numbers .
Surprise the SPD result . As everybody will realize they will grow ... they don`t .Never underestimate Mrs Merkel , for a charismaless Strasburg expatriate as Mr Schultz .
Lets wait to general elections . But things start badly for the rotten .
AFD got no chances , Germany got lots of Money , and they can "cover all the problems with it " . Even those that who came with migrants .For now .