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Discussion in 'Happy Hour' started by Heretic, Aug 15, 2017.

  1. Heretic

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    The Left is gleeful that "alt-right" (in their minds) candidate Mo Brooks lost to establishment candidate and current Republican Senator, Luther Strange. What they failed to see was that, in this same race, Luther Strange lost to a very far-right candidate and former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore. Since no one received 50% of the vote, there'll be a run-off between Moore and Strange. Hopefully, Moore will win.

    Candidate Percent Votes
    Roy S Moore (Republican) 39.4% 156,447
    Luther Strange (Republican) 32.1% 127,395
    Mo Brooks (Republican) 19.7% 78,277

    From Wikipedia:
    Roy Stewart Moore is an American politician and former judge. Moore was elected to the position of Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court in 2001, but removed from his position in November 2003 by the Alabama Court of the Judiciary for refusing to remove a monument of the Ten Commandments commissioned by him from the Alabama Judicial Building despite orders to do so by a federal court. Moore was again elected to be Chief Justice in 2013, but was suspended in May 2016 for directing probate judges to continue to enforce the state's ban on same-sex marriage despite the fact that it had been overturned; following an unsuccessful appeal, Moore resigned in April.
     
  2. Heretic

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    Far-Right Senate candidate Roy Moore is up by almost 20 points over Washington establishment candidate Luther Strange in the first tracking poll. Although the "Silent Majority" is now truly silenced in the public square it looks like they are going to "speak" with their vote. The runoff election is on September 26th.
     
  3. Riggins44

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    Having Roy Moore in the Senate would be outstanding.
     
  4. Extra Point

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    Every pro-white person should vote in every election. It's just one more way to fight against our own genocide.
     
  5. Extra Point

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    Pro-whites should be sure to vote in school board elections. Leftists have taken over the schools. By voting pro-white candidates onto school boards we can combat the leftist agenda.
     
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  7. Extra Point

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    That too.
     
  8. Heretic

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    Retweeted by Ann Coulter:

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  10. Riggins44

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    So it looks like the AfD will finish with 93 seats in the Bundestag out of 630. I believe they had no seats before. It's a good start.
     
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    What has happened to Germany in the last 3 years with illegal immigration and Merkel looking the other way or encouraging it, she will win her 4th term? Guess there are alot of European DWFs over there. Geez!
     
  12. Heretic

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    Merkel's Pyrrhic Victory

    The AfD did particularly well in East Germany where they came second overall but came first among men in the regions that compromised the former East German Republic (DDR).

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  13. Thrashen

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    Pretty bad-ass quote from the leader of the Alternative für Deutschland (AfD):

    “Dear friends, now that we’re obviously the third biggest power … the government has to buckle up. We will hunt them. We will hunt Ms. Merkel … and we will reclaim our country and our people.”


    I know that the various political parties in the German Parliament inevitably form "coalitions," which could render AfD irrelevant. Nevertheless, great to see the far-right is on the rise in Germany. The leader of the AfD (Alexander Gauland) went full "Red Pill" earlier this month when he said that Germans "should be proud" of their soldiers in WWI and WWII...the ultimate "no no" in our Marxist Universe. Actually, by law, he could have been arrested for uttering these words in Germany.
     
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  14. Heretic

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    Moore handily defeats Strange.

    With 42 percent of the precincts reporting, Moore lead Strange 57 percent to 43 percent, a margin of just over 25,000 votes. State officials estimated a low turnout of between 12 and 15 percent of eligible voters.

    What apathy, though, in such an important race, geez.
     
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    Fantastic news! Moore has more integrity and guts than the rest of the GOP U.S. Senators put together (Rand Paul and possibly a few others excepted).

    Trump needs to learn from this and stop backing cucks and only back true blue Trumpites from now on. And he also needs to organize his base so that deplorables are running for everything from local councils to U.S. Senator in '18.
     
  16. Heretic

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    Yeah, the GOP Swamp Establishment, led by Mitch McConnell, spent $30 million dollars on Strange over the past couple of months. Nice return on that investment, huh? Message sent?

    Also, Tennessee "Never Trumper" GOP Senator, Bob Corker, has decided to retire and not seek another term. So, another "Swamp Rat" bites the dust. Hopefully, more to follow...
     
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    Moore winning is kind of earth shattering. In some ways more then Trump. This guy could have been elected in Alabama 50 years ago. And there is no other politician in America like him. For a good read on the man see John Derbyshires recent article at vdare.com

    "Roy Moore concedes nothing to Political Correctness. He is, as I said, a gem of pure Americana. They don’t make his type anywhere else. Intensely Christian and a Bible literalist, he thinks that evolution is nonsense, homosexual behavior should be illegal, and Islam is a false religion not protected by the First Amendment."

    I don't think he could have been elected pre-Trump but it seems the gates are open. Also at vdare.com is a good Pat Buchanon article on the NFL's ongoing seppuku.
     
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    Right now, I am thinking "normie" Americans as Nixon once said, have seized the moment. Maybe, just maybe American Whites have galvanized to right the ship. The problem now, is for elected officials to carry out our demands. Next up is tax reform. If these Repubs can not do this, they are totally worthless.
     
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    Apparently Luther Strange voted "91.8%" (I thought 100%, so really not that loyal) in line with Trump's agenda, but was for amnesty. Good riddance.
     
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    Amen to all of the above! Especially, the Intensely Christian, Bible, evolution is nonsense and homosexual part!
     
  21. Riggins44

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    Between Moore defeating Strange, Trump exposing the Globalist, anti-American NFL to the wrath of Middle America, and the AfD breaking into the Bundestag in a political eathquake in Germany, this has been an extraordinary five days for the nationalists and populists of the West. What a great string of victories for our side and gut punches to the New World Order.
     
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    Voted for the AFD on sunday.
    Incidently; 50% of rapes committed in Vienna are committed by Migrants. In south Germany its 30%.
    Im spreading this at every opportunity, so im doing it here too.
     
  23. Riggins44

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    Just try not to get arrested. I understand Merkel's Stasi arrest Germans who state facts about the Muslim invaders that are negative.
     
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    Definitely sounds like a true American (of the 1.0 mold)! :)
     
  25. Heretic

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    The "Czech Trump" poised to win Czech election. Also, anti-EU parties expected to win as well.

    Of course, the (((AP))) calls these voters "bitter" and a (((major newspaper))) there wrote:

    “For the first time, the majority will go to parties protesting in one way or another against the functioning of liberal democracy as we know it,” the leading Hospodarske Noviny daily said in a Friday editorial.

    “And for the first time we face the threat that an openly xenophobic, extremist movement will earn more than 10 percent,” it added, pointing to the far-right Freedom and Free Democracy of Tokyo-born entrepreneur Tomio Okamura.

    Geez, what a "surprise" that even the media over there pushes the exact same (((narrative))) and (((agenda))). Also, (((who))) is the "we" in their statement, above? Rhetorical question, of course.
     
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