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Danish far-right party calling for Muslim deportation to stand in election

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Angst, May 6, 2019.

  1. Traitorfish

    Traitorfish The Tighnahulish Kid

    Sep 14, 2005
    You haven't, but it's the only aspect of far-right economic policy that departs in any substantial way from neoliberal orthodoxy. Apart from their hostility to international trade, they advocate the same low tax, low regulation, low wage economy as the respectable right, they just come at it from the direction of "chitons for everyone".
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  2. Angst

    Angst Rambling and inconsistent

    Mar 3, 2007
    A Silver Mt. Zion
    The Stram Kurs party didn't get in. They didn't get the required 2% votes, only reaching 1.8%. Danish People's Party, the anti-immigration party that's become internationally infamous in the recent years, has crashed from 21% to 8%. However, "New Right", a new hardline conservative and anti-immigration party, has made it into the government with just over 2% of the vote, netting 4 seats. Liberal Alliance (purist euroliberals) lost a massive amount of seats, Venstre (Literally named "left", but are centre-right euroliberals) gained a lot of votes tho.

    Here's everything:

    I'm very happy with the result. DPP has said that the poor result is due to "climate madmen" and the whole internet was like "go climate madmen!" DPP also claimed that Danish Radio warped political discussions by deliberately picking a crowd sympathetic to the left. Very Trump of them.
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