Election Result: Germany’s Angela Merkel Has Less Support Than President Trump in U.S…

Headlines you won’t see in the U.S. media.  According to the latest media report Angela Merkel has won reelection but only garnered 32.9% of the vote (2013 election was 41.5%).

This means in victory Angela Merkel has less support in Germany than Donald Trump has in the U.S. However, don’t expect that reality to stop the global leftist media from selling a narrative of optical success surrounding Merkel’s election.  Too funny.

The moonbat far-left socialist party of Germany “Social Democrats (SPD)”,  dropped to 20.0 percent. Whoopsie, that’s a new post-war low. However, alternatively the German Nationalist party AfD enters parliament with 13.5% support.

“The AfD won 13.0 percent of the vote – more than expected and one of many shocks on a night of drama that saw Merkel’s conservatives get their worst result since 1949, and her main Social Democrat (SPD) rivals their worst since 1933.” (link)

(Via Reuters) […] According to early projections, the AfD was set not only to enter the national parliament for the first time, but to become Germany’s third-biggest party with 13.5 percent. It is the first time that the far-right has been represented in the parliament for more than half a century.

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124 Responses to Election Result: Germany’s Angela Merkel Has Less Support Than President Trump in U.S…

  1. What a shame, goodbye Germany…

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    • sunnydaze says:

      Yeah. Whoopie. The “incremental change” towards sanity is noted.

      However, it’s far too little, far too late.

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      • Sunshine says:

        That’s what happens when media controls the issues, political correctness and government censorship are enacted. We saw this being implemented in Sweden as of a few years ago.
        As a result, brainwashed youth is a big problem.
        One can smell a civil war brewing on the horizon.

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        • Trumppin says:

          Which is why the first attack levied by PDJT was #FakeNews

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        • sunnydaze says:

          Are you in Sweden, Sunshine?

          Have relatives there who are brainwashed. Hate the situation they are in but are brainwashed by Media to believe “Trump’s a racist”. So I know they would never vote to get themselves out of their situation. All the Media has to do is label someone a “racist” and they are running scared from that person. EASY!

          Oh and these are not kids, not all of ’em anyway. They are old enough to know better.

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    • mike says:

      This where information is even more censored and political crimes levied at factual reporting. I like to think if germans had good crime reporting, they’d burn, dunk and/or shorten their witch in shorter order.

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    • WSB says:

      And most people in Germany did not vote for her. Ergo, the splitter strategy on steroids.

      Auf Wiedersehen.

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      • She didn’t win the popular vote, then,,,,neither did Bill Clinton, but notice how no one mentions that.

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          The German Kanzler/in is NOT directly elected.

          The way voting here works is COMPLETELY different than in the USA. It’s also different in most of the countries in Europe (yep, explains a lot).

          The AfD (Alliance for Deutschland) is the first party with double digits to enter the
          Bundestag (parliament) in a VERY long time. And they did it very quickly. In 2013,
          they barely missed the minimum 5 pecent, gaining 4.7 percent where they had zero
          previously. Now they have 13.5 or 13 percent (depending on who you believe), which is quite an accomplishment. In the former East Germany (which tends to be conservative – go figure), they reached figures as high as 22.2 percent, making them the second-strongest party after the CDU.

          I’ll post the links tomorrow from the Goethe Institut and some other explanations of the voting system over here. The fake news, the presstitutes, and the screwball election system here make it difficult to change things. So it may not seem like much, but 13.5 percent is a HUGE change. And it will be felt in government, even if the powers-that-be don’t want it to.

          As with everything else that Hitler put his evil mind into, the schools and the election sytem were much different before him. Now there’s talk about restoring many of the things that he ruined (of course with controls to keep Hitler v2.0 from happening).

          I don’t think most Americans realize just how unique (sorry grammarians…) the voting system and government in the USA is. But we Deplorables in Germany and Europe understand full well what the US Founding Fathers were rebelling against. But we have no new land to go to, so we must do it here, where we are. Not an easy task, but there you go…

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          • leebelieu says:

            Keep up the fight! My wife is French, she’s trying her hardest to MFGA, she voted DuPont Aignan, then LePen, I know the struggle of basic proud Europedes, we stand with you in defense of our ancient homelands! Please keep fighting we’ll do the same! Long hard road outta Hell.

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          • backwoodsgirl123 says:

            I hear NK might be available soon! But I wouldn’t want to live that close to China and Russia!

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          • JoAnn Leichliter says:

            Great post, Cuppa. Yes, most Americans have no idea that the U.S. is unique, not only in its system of government, but in its foundational concept of the relationship between citizen and government.

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    • filia.aurea says:

      Deutschland verliert wieder, diesmal an Muslime. Islamification of the West.

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    • carrierh says:

      tearjr, I was praying so hard and long she would fail to be re-elected to further damage and bring Germany to its knees. My spouse has siblings there but with the constant almost daily problems there, he does not want to go. I put the nazi in the same category as Kim of NK – both insane, both hate their people and other peoples and should be executed asap.

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      • Alligator Gar says:

        I thought Merkel is a Stasi Commie witch with a “b”, not a *&%i???? Have I missed something? Help?

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        • You’re right, she is a Stasi Commie witch and as such more dangerous than any Nazi could ever be. You see, the big difference between the Commies and the Nazis was/is that there is an internal logic to the madness of the Nazis. This will sound controversial, I know, but you can work with Nazis but you can’t with Commies. Well, maybe not so much “work with” as “use them for your own purposes”. You know that the Nazis will follow certain rules and they will stick to their principles (as sick as some of them are). But Commies will never follow principles and you can never be sure when they will throw you under the bus. You only know they will do that at one point, unless you have first kicked their asses so bad that they won’t risk a new open confrontation. And even then they will try to undermine you in sneaky ways. Just look at history.

          For people in the US and in Western Europe the Nazis were the most horrific political movement ever to rise up in the human history. But for some parts of Northern/Eastern Europe they were the only available source of help for defense against the Commies in Soviet Union. Even some of the Slavic people who were seen by the Nazis as inferior fought alongside the Nazis against the Soviets as they knew the Soviets would be even worse. Nazis didn’t kill civilians indiscriminately, they needed some kind of a casus belli to inflict death and violence on random people. Once there was a casus belli (e.g. a Resistance attack), then you could end up as a random victim of reprisals, but what were the chances of that? So if you minded or appeared to mind your own business, your chances of survival were okay. But under Stalin in Soviet Union or Mao in China, nobody could count themselves safe. You could be the most loyal party apparatchik, follow all the campaigns to the letter and rise high up in the ranks, and you could end up in the gulags. Or you could be the lowliest factory worker and try to be as invisible as possible and still end up in the gulags.

          In the West the horrors of Soviet Union were not widely known about before WWII, but e.g. in Finland people knew about Stalin’s purges already in the 1930’s. Many people had relatives on the other side of the border, as many of the so-called Reds had fled their defeat in the 1918 Civil War to the Soviet Union. When the letters stopped coming, rumors about Siberia seeped in from the people who had not (yet) been taken to gulags. My own grandma had cousins in Soviet Union since their father kidnapped them to go “build the Worker’s Paradise”. Luckily they survived through the purges and my grandma kept in touch with the relatives there through the years. Through these familial bonds and deeper understanding of the Russian mentality in positions of power (since Finland had been a part of Russia 1809-1917) we knew what we were up against.

          In the Winter War we fought alone and received very little help from outside. During the Interim Peace it was evident that the Russians would try again sooner or later and we had to be prepared. And we wanted Karelia back. My own grandfather had to flee from Karelia with his whole family when we had to give that province to Soviet Union. The Soviets had joined the Allied, although they were not yet fighting. Norway was taken by the Nazis and in any case Sweden had refused transport of Allied help to Finland through their territory during the Winter War. There was nobody else to turn to for help but the Germans. They wanted to fight the Russians and wanted the Finns to keep some of their troops engaged in the North. We wanted our land back and to advance far enough to have more easily defensible front lines in Russian Karelia to keep the Russians away from our Eastern border. We needed food, weapons and manpower, so we became co-belligerents with the Germans. They helped to defend the sparsely populated areas in Lapland according to the rules set by the Finns and we concentrated our own troops further south. We fought alongside, but not for the same goals. The Leningrad siege wouldn’t have lasted 1000 days if we had cut off the Murmansk railroad like the Germans wanted. Our leader Marshal Mannerheim refused since we had to live with the Russians as neighbors after the war. Helping to destroy Leningrad would have guaranteed our own destruction after the eventual German defeat.

          This is the cool part: when the war was turning bad for the Germans and they were in retreat in 1944, the Germans were trying to blackmail Finland to keep on fighting and to not make its separate peace with Russians. They wouldn’t give wheat and armaments promised which the Finns desperately needed unless Finland signed an alliance treaty. Well, Finland double-crossed the feared Nazi Germany on a technicality and lived to tell the tale, without any reprisals. Remember, at that time there were German troops on Finnish soil, so there would have been opportunities for massive attacks on the civilians, but nothing happened. The Nazis had rules and internal logic (as warped as it was) they had to follow. So when the double-cross was done according to the rules, the Germans were powerless to do anything about it. Our President Ryti signed the alliance agreement but did not seek for parliamentary approval for it. As soon as the wheat and armaments were delivered, he resigned and Mannerheim became the new President. Since the alliance was not ratified and Ryti as the only signatory was no longer in charge, the alliance was not valid under the new President Mannerheim. Finland could extract itself from the war with Soviet Union. (We did end up fighting Lapland War against the Germans to run them out of Lapland as a condition for peace with Soviet Union, but even during that war the Finns and the Germans cooperated by trying to keep the casualties low on both sides. The Finns would often advance to the German positions just late enough to see most of the Germans already on retreat.) Try doing that kind of a double-cross on a Commie and it’ll never work without biting you on your behind big time.

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  2. litlbit2 says:

    Ah shucks, really. Can not wait for November 2018. Then go after many of the elected officials for crimes and corruption against the American citizens. Either with or without Sessions, his choice first. We will handle the rest. 2018 we wait.

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  3. angusmcgeef says:

    Never were so many led by so few to assured ruination.

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  4. crandew says:

    Yeah, I was hoping she’d be ousted… but Germany, like France and most of Europe now, are toast. Pretty much the fall of the house of Usher. Globalists won’t stop until everything is 3rd world and can be controlled.

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    • yeah, because those 3rd worlders are so controlled, civilized and predictable………

      In the past, and presently, isn’t the Middle East the most unstable and least productive region of the world?

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      We don’t directly elect the Kanzler/in. That’s done by back-room negotiations, which can take days, if not weeks, as a “governing” coalition must be built.

      Before Hitler, there were direct elections. Fancy that. The AfD wants to (carefully) bring back the old, conservative ways. It’ll take awhile.

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      • crandew says:

        I didn’t realize that. It’s amazing how WWII still shapes the way we all view the world.

        In the US, I’ve grown up not trusting in groups. I’d rather take a chance on an individual, and only then for a short while or until they do something wrong for the country.

        Mostly, I’m against the Globalist ideology. It seems to be ruining most of the world, doing the opposite of what they say they intend.

        Thanks for the insight into German elections. I need to investigate how other countries throughout Europe have theirs.

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  5. beaujest says:

    All the real men from Germany and France were killed by Hitler and Bonaparte’s foolish endeavors ,so they could never reproduce! Sissy society Is left !

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    • You forgot about WWI. The gene pool got turned into a mud puddle during that one also.

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Try again. My late father-in-law had his eyes blown out and his nose blown off (at 15, no less) because he was forced to work in an ammo dump with some careless colleagues. He didn’t want to do it (nor did they, probably) but when you have a gun to your head, your options are limited.

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      • crandew says:

        That really sucks! Sorry to hear that.

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      • Alligator Gar says:

        My HS German teacher was from Munich. Her brother was marched away from the family apartment at gun point and put on a U-boat. She was ordered to H*&^er youth if she did not want to see her family sent to the camps. Lovely folks, the *&@is.

        When I was in grade school the German teacher had a camp tattoo on her arm. I asked about it, an innocent 3d grader. She gently explained. Very good for young folks to learn early about the dangers of totalitarian government.

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  6. LBB says:

    Curious if Erdogan’s statement from last month made any difference ?

    “”I am calling on all my countrymen in Germany: the Christian Democrats, SDP, the Green Party are all enemies of Turkey. Support those political parties who are not enemies of Turkey,” he said in comments after Friday prayers in Istanbul.”

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/08/18/erdogan-urges-turks-germany-reject-merkel/

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  7. neilmdunn says:

    I would say Germans are crazy relative to Merkel but look how many US citizens(and dead and illegals) voted for Hillary.

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  8. keeler says:

    [Video is from 2016]

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  9. Grandma Covfefe says:

    Merkel may have won. Many think Germany is lost. That all may be true, but it is interesting that the 8th place far-right party, AfD, has now moved into 3rd place. Germans are there fighting for their homeland. They now have a voice in their parliament. People will be able to get a dose of reality checks from AfD speaking out in the parliament. Merkel people may shut them down, but AfD will still stand with the Germans. I wish them, God’s Blessings to rain only on them, and their supporters. It may be hard and even too late, but they are trying.

    Trump’s supporters started out small, but then our movement grew…….into a Monster Vote.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      Trump supporters grew pretty quickly, in response, in large part, to what was happening in Germany and the rest of Western Europe.

      Too bad the numbskull W. Europeans weren’t as smart as us Americans and refused to learn a few lessons fro their own mess-ups.

      Unbelievable really.

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      The 2013 election was the first for the AfD, and they gained 4,7 percent, just three tenths of a percentage point shy of the 5 percent needed to enter the Bundestag.

      That, in and of itself, was remarkable.

      Now, only four years later, they have 13.5 percent (and in the east, “Neue Bundesländer, up to 22.2 percent). No party has ever done that before. And the CDU, SPD, and the others have been VERY worried. As well they should be. Because the people in the “flyover states” (yep, we have states, too) are pretty cheesed off.

      But, just as in the USA with the DemonRATS, the press is against the AfD, the German and European swamp is against the AfD, and many low-information-voters (thanks to the government-owned press and presstitutes) vote for the path of least resistance, which is the CDU. Christian Democratic Union, which is neither Christian nor Democratic (in the pure sense of the word, not like the DEMONRATS).

      I read the German media, papers, websites, etc. every day, as do my wife and son. We exchange notes (as it were), and the comments sections of even the most liberal dailies are filled wth disgust at Merkel, the CDU, the greens, the SPD, etc. The people know what’s going on, and are sick of it. But, it takes time.

      A year ago (maybe 1.5 years) it looked quite bleak for the USA, as eight years of Obozo looked to be headed into another eight years of HildeBEAST.

      Thank GOD that didn’t happen.

      So, things can change. And despite what the presstitutes and naysayers say, the 13.5 percent garnered by the AfD is significant.

      So, rather than saying how stupid we Germans (and families thereof) are, pray for us. We prayed for you and for President Trump… Thanks.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe, thank you so much for your prayers for the citizens of the USA and
        our President. I must admit, I do not understand your system of government.
        I see that your are very patiently trying to explain.
        Please accept my prayers, for you and yours and the country of Germany.

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      • Alligator Gar says:

        Is Germany first past the post like the UK? I used to know more about German culture, but it has been years. Thank you for your kind and patient education.

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    • Let’s just hope the AfD has a German Nigel Farage on their side!

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  10. Kjf says:

    Still a lost country. There is still hope in Europe, maybe Poland can save them, for a 2nd time.

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    • kea25252014 says:

      I hope the USA doesn’t try and save them in the end. I do wonder if/when they will wake up if ever!

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      • Kjf says:

        The problem is one day the moslem problem will come to head

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      • sunnydaze says:

        I soooo agree, kea!

        Nothing would make me sicker than to see American blood spent defending Western Europe.

        They WANTED this. This has been a developing ongoing situation for YEARS.

        If some day they decide they DON”T want this, let them take care of it themselves.

        Now Eastern Europe is another story. If Eastern Europe was in peril, I’d be OK w/the US helping them out. It’d be nice to have a surviving vestige of Old Western Culture alive on the Globe. Western Europe has already decided they don’t want to carry that mantle, in fact they apparently think it’s offensive to do so.

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        • kea25252014 says:

          Fully agree. 100% They want this let them have it. Just like what France and Holland did. They want it live with it. I mean they even got rid of there military in sweden!?!?! It also seems like the AFD was mostly coming from the part of eastern Germany that knew what it was like living under that control way back when. I have/had family in both east and west and some use to say they missed the wall.

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          • sunnydaze says:

            Wish Bavaria (or whatever part of Germany it is that is most German- *think* it’s Bavaria) would just separate from the rest of that hellhole, maybe join up with some sane Eastern European country.

            LOL. You probably know a LOT more than I about the feasibility of that actually happening.

            I know this is a constant problem with the borders changing so often thruout history over there. But maybe we could witness a border change again in our lifetimes?

            Near as I can tell, most of Sweden is just as dense as any other part. Someone correct me if they know otherwise. It would be a pleasure to hear otherwise.

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            • kea25252014 says:

              Sweden is crazy. The women have taken over and the men are basket cases. It has always been a very conformed society.

              Have you seen how many ‘child refugees’ sweden takes in that are grown 20-30 + year old men? And they put them in schools with 12 year olds?!?! No words!!!

              A country no matter what needs borders and when the EU dropped its borders it really went downhill. They dislike the USA (and really really really hate trump) and would always say ‘well we don’t live in America’ but you get the sense, at least I did, that the EU was there to try to compete with the USA. Which it can’t. Diff cultures, $, language ex. unlike the usa. If that makes sense.

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          • sunnydaze says:

            Sweden still has a military, kea. But it’s probably as effective as their cops.

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          • Swedish military has always been a joke. They as well as the other Western European nations have cut down their military to minimum, because they haven’t been needing it for anything except UN sanctioned peace-keeping missions (since Sweden is militarily non-allied) and NATO adventures (for NATO countries). Sweden is surrounded by Norway, Denmark and Finland and the Swedes have no reason to expect an attack from those countries. When the Baltic countries belonged to Soviet Union, there was a real enemy across the sea, but even then they would have expected the bulk of the problem to fall on Finland, which shares a long land border with Russia. The Swedes do what they have been doing since the 16th century at least: they fight until the last Finn.

            Europe is used to seeing Russia and its satellites as the only military enemy they have. So they don’t have massive armies anymore. Why would they? It’s not like the UK expects to go to an actual war with Germany or France, or the Dutch expect to fight the Belgians. They do their warring with their neighbors in economic and diplomatic spheres instead of on military battle fields. And with buffer countries between Russia and themselves, they don’t really expect the only enemy they think they have to reach them. They’re too far away. But it’s been said that the generals always fight the previous wars when a new conflict starts instead of strategizing for the current conflict within the parameters of the new conflict. They don’t understand yet that WWIII has already started, since they expect it to be between countries and official armies. But this time it’s between civilizations and it’s happening inside countries on the streets. Terrorists are the new front line troops. Some people know this and they’re voting for the anti-Globalist parties, trying to change the political climate towards a structure which would allow for removing their country from the conflict or failing that, give them the means for fighting back and winning. But the rest, they’re still stuck in the paradigm that it’s not a war unless it’s with actual soldiers.

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      • Sedanka says:

        It seems more likely that we’ll end up in a third world war against Germany, but instead of fighting a kaiser or a fuhrer this time they’ll be a muslim caliphate.

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  11. Trumppin says:

    But of course we know that democrats in some cases are being over sampled by as much as 29% so with that in mind we know PDJT is the road runner leaving the globalists to eat dust.

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    • louche9 says:

      Thank you. I don’t believe the low ratings constantly touted re PT. Against illegal immigration? Majority yes. Against TPP? Majority yes. For jobs returning to America? Majority yes. For America first in trade negotiations? Majority yes. For President Trump? Welllll… Nope. Don’t believe it.

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  12. kea25252014 says:

    RIP Germany and Western EU. I will not be stepping one foot over there to see family. Massive brainwashing. Germany is lost. She should never have won and yet she did.

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    • WSB says:

      Germany has now lost three times. WWI, WWII, amd now WWIII, the caliphate. Not a good track record.

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      • kea25252014 says:

        Why they will never learn is beyond me. They really like extremes I must say. There goes Germany again…

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        • boogywstew says:

          France, Holland, Belgium and Denmark had better start planting trees along all the roads that connect them with Germany … in a hurry!

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        • wondering999 says:

          Disagree, kea. In my experience… and I spent a good part of my first year of life in Germany, while visiting grandparents… I don’t think Germans like extremes at all. And my experience of Germany was of warm, fun-loving, beer-loving, singing people in a lush green garden of a country, full of flowers

          Merkel is an incumbent and she has walked back some of the refugee support, drastically cutting back the numbers (although that’s not enough at this point).

          I still wonder what the U.S. got on her when they tapped her private cellphone…

          There was an anomalous “extreme” 12-year period from 1933 to 1946, but Germany has a VERY long history before and after that period (although you’d never know it based on Hollywood movies and “The History Channel” a/k/a The Hitler Channel)

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          • wondering999 says:

            Example of “real” Germans from the history of Hot Springs NC.
            https://www.visitmadisoncounty.com/who-we-are/town-of-hot-springs/the-german-village-wwi-internment-camp/
            The Germans: garden, build, work, play… sick of hearing them trashed. I always think, “that’s my grandpa you’re talking about” when people haul out the ethnic cartoons.

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            • Cuppa Covfefe says:

              Thank you. From reading some comments it appears that some people think that Germany existed for just one century with the express purpose of wiping out the Jews, and destroying culture and normal life in general.

              An awful lot of that culture and scientific achievement came from Germany (and the former kingdoms and city-states which preceeded it).

              If nothing else, 1917-1945 should serve as a warning to what can happen if the populace is disarmed, news and other publications/media are controlled, and a central government (or party) becomes powerful enough (veto-proof majority) to force their agenda regardless of the consequences or opposition.

              That is fearfully close to what the pure liberal agenda is. And what the DEMONRATS and gun-control folks want. It must be avoided at all costs.

              Someone wrote that indeed the Berlin Wall fell, but in the wrong direction, in that instead of the East becoming more like the West, the opposite occurred. Add to that
              the fact that Merkel, a number of the Greens, and the leader of “Die Linke” the far-left Marxist party which is the descendant of the state party of the former East Germany, and you see that the evils of Marxism are still at the door.

              Merkel has moved the CDU far leftward, indeed they are almost left of center. This left a gap which the AfD is filling, being actually where the CDU was 20-30 years ago, although the presstitutes would never admit it. I was going to suggest the Goethe-institut as a source of information about Germany’s electoral system, but they’ve become flaming leftists (again, thanks to Merkel’s lot).

              It’s difficult trying to move things back to normal. I was born and raised in California, and I wonder how in the world they are going to recover. But Moonbeam and Merkel are just following the script given to them by the elites (more than just Soros). Look at http://www.weforum.org to see some of the stuff they have in mind for “the proletariat”.

              THOSE are the people who should be rooted out and disempowered; NOT everyday people, whether here or somewhere else. I think we need lots of prayer, and supporting of people like President Trump, Vice-President Pence, and their administration, as well as their families.

              And we need prayer too, as there is governmental sausage being made in the back rooms of Berlin right now. At least the people have spoken, and Merkel, as well as the SPD, will have to take note.

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              • Alligator Gar says:

                Please tell us whether the average German people, so gracious, giving, kind, and brill, know that their ruling party’s head, the newly re-elected CDU devil Angela Merkel, won the Charlemagne Prize? Do they know what that means? Have they ever read Practical Idealism? Do they know about “Count” Coudenhove-Kalergi and his on-boarding the European elites (and FDR) with the destruction of Europeans wherever they are found, new world or old world? If not, they need gentle education, pronto.

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                • Cuppa Covfefe says:

                  The Kanzler/in is not directly elected, and hasn’t been for a long, long time, probably the 1920s. One of Hitler’s many changes. So a lot of backroom dealing is going on right now, and “Mutti” (Merkel) is anything but nice behind closed doors. So we had Door #1 and Door#2 (Merkel and Schultz), neither of whom are worth a darn.

                  And I think you may have forgotten a /sarc tag in there somewhere.

                  Coudenhove-Kalergi is but one of the many “one-people, one-world” movements controlled by the elite. Have a look at http://www.weforum.org or the UN site(s) for Agenda 21 and Agenda 2030.

                  This garbage predated Merkel by a long, long time. Probably clear back to Nimrod.
                  And the US has not been unscathed. Woodrow Wilson and “Colonel” House were full in.
                  Read “Philip Dru, Administrator” for a taste of early 1900s globalism…

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          • kea25252014 says:

            I have discovered that most people feel that way when visiting Germany. Which I am happy about. But I have discovered when I speak german to them I get a different response then when I speak English.

            In other words English normally gets a friendly reaction when shopping/out and about then when I talk Germany to them?

            I know Merkel talks about change but I don’t trust that women and I agree its too little to late now.

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            • Cuppa Covfefe says:

              If you read German, look at the comments sections of the online dailies, e.g. welt, focus, Spiegel, Stern, etc. Despite the fact that almost ALL media over here lean left, usually FAR left, the comments are overwhelmingly conservative (but NOT reactionary). Some of them are hilarious, others bitingly sarcastic, many skeptical, and most well-thought-out.

              Germans are (or at least were) very guarded about how they converse, and how much they reveal (the dutzen issue). It takes a while for them to warm up, and if you’re not family, it can be a bit of a wait. Social media (and the younger generation) have relaxed this a bit, especially considering the relative anonymity, depending on picture settings, etc.

              Based on the results of the election, and the will of the people, Merkel will have to change. It’s only a question of how much. If Seehofer (CSU) breaks with the CDU
              (and Merkel), returning to how things were before Kohl, that could open the path for new alliances, and maybe Seehofer could be Kanzler (and I can hear from NRW “and pigs can fly”). We need to get away from the swampy status quo, and the AfD (and the return of the FDP) may just be enough to help do that.

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              • kea25252014 says:

                Will do that thanks. I do hope so because like I said I have family in Germany and I worry.

                I am happy that this was a blow to the CDU and that the AfD came up pretty well. Saw some of there ads on Voice of EU. Well done.

                What happened to the FDP? I knew years (and I mean years ago) certain family member’s who were for FDP and nothing else? But they seem to have almost all but disappeared and the CDU/SPD really seem to have taken over.

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  13. Johnny Bravo says:

    Given the choice at the ballot box, the other idiot was even worse, if you can believe that!

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  14. CorwinAmber says:

    Having lived in Germany during the Schmidt, Kohl, Schroeder & Merkel regimes, I think this is going to be fascinating and important for the future of Europe. That being said, the results of this election do not even rate the top headline in the Daily Mail at the moment (that, of course, is occupied by the other issue of worldwide importance at the moment: NFL players taking a knee, but I digress)…so what do I know? Looks like Bundestag will be going from 4 parties to 6 with the AfD having about 93 members – it is going to be a wild ride, but may actually serve as a safety valve to blow off steam. OTOH, in France the National Front can win 20 or 30% of the vote and have NO deputies in the Assemblee Nationale which is a recipe for disaster and frustration. Time will tell, I suppose…it always does.

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  15. fedback says:

    In Germany they call it a shock election, because of AfD being the third largest party in Germany and now in parliament as opposition to Merkel.
    Media and politicians even say the result is a threat to democracy, even though German voters democratically voted AfD into parliament.
    So now we will probably hear about ‘the Russians’ hacking the election

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    • keeler says:

      They’ve already been warning about this for months:

      “The German election is at risk from “outside manipulation”, said Wolfgang Bosbach, a senior MP in Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative CDU party.

      The warnings came amid a US furore over Russian hackers accused over leaks of sensitive US Democratic Party files.

      Russia was blamed for a cyberattack on the German parliament last year.

      An unnamed German security official said it was “highly likely” that secret files published by Wikileaks two weeks ago originated from that cyberattack.”

      http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-38288181

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  16. El Torito says:

    Would someone from Arizona or Paul Ryno’s state please explain this to me?

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  17. if WE THE PEOPLE FAIL TO GET RID OF MOST OF OUR TRAITORS IN 1918? then i feel our 2ND AMENDMENT will be put TO GOOD USE, JUST LIKE OUR FORE FATHERS HAD TO DO AGAINST THEIR TYRANTS.

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  18. EXCUSE ME FOLKS.
    i meant 2018.

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    • G. Combs says:

      We should have used it on the Federal Reserve Banksters in 1918 and saved us one hundred years of grief.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Wish we could get rid of Draghi and the ECB over here. Their idiotic zero- (indeed, negative-) percent interest rates have all but destroyed the economy, and people’s savings, in addition to causing prices to increase on a regular basis.

        But the banksters sit back and collect their ill-gotten gains with nary a trace of guilt…
        They’ll get their comeuppance…

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        • Alligator Gar says:

          Yep. My parents, Silent Generation Korea War folks, saved and scrimped to be self-sufficient in old age. They planned for a 5% interest on their savings. This run of 0% has forced them to “eat the seed corn” just to live. They are sure they will not have enough to get them to their deaths.

          And I get no return on savings, but have to pay 9% if I use a credit card–or more? Enough!

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            Yep. Somebody somewhere is making a ton of money. But it sure ain’t us…

            Draghi is helping the PIIGS (Portugal, Italy, Ireland [though they’re OK now], Greece, and Spain to help themselves pay off their debts at a zero interest rate. What no-one mentions is that they’re doing that with our money too. They call that implicit devaluation/dilution of savings a “haircut”, but we don’t have any hair left to cut, as it were.

            Eventually Draghi will have to raise rates, especially if Yellen keeps doing it. I rather feel like yelling, myself…

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  19. dufrst says:

    Great point! People forget that the US election had five major vote getters in the general election. As much as people say we are a two party system, third party candidates ran and impacted the 2016 election. Trump, Hillary, Gary Johnson, J. Stein, and Evan McMullin. Yet, despite having Mcmullin and Johnson costing Trump at least two states by pulling votes from him (NH and MN), Trump still won with a higher percentage than Merkel did in her country. The Nationalist party in Germany is ascending and after another term for Merkel, it will likely be the second strongest party in Germany.

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  20. ZurichMike says:

    The parties in Germany are represented in graphics by colors: CDU (Merkel’s right of center party) is black, SPD (the big left of center party) is red, the FDP (pro-businss party) is yellow, and the Green Party is, of course, green. There is talk that the only way for Merkel to govern without engaging the SPD and the far-right party is to build a “Jamaica” coalition: black yellow green.

    Good luck balancing that, honey.

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    • ZurichMike says:

      Oh, Berlin was governed by a “watermelon” coalition; green red. Leftist cesspool.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Yep. Looking at Berlin makes me think of Moonbeam and Kalifornistan. What really rankles me is the Lucken/Lügenpresse over here refuse to mention the AfD as a possible coalition partner. Sooner or later Angie is going to have to acknowledge them.
        They got over 22 percent of the vote in some of the Neue Bundesländer… i.e. Angie’s old stomping gounds.

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        • Alligator Gar says:

          They know a Sasi pig when they see one! Smart folks.

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          • Alligator Gar says:

            OOPS, Stasi pig. AKA flaming Marxist…..

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            • Cuppa Covfefe says:

              Somewhere there’s a video of her dancing (years ago) in a bikini. Eye-bleach time…
              I think she’s a green, disguised as a Christian Democrat. People aren’t buying that anymore, as she’s shown herself to be neither Christian nor Democratic.

              Her father was supposedly a pastor in the DDR, but in order to get the Abitur (permission to enter University), study, and get his pastoral degree, he’d have to have been a member of “the Party”. Which (ironically) means that he couldn’t have been a Christian in the first place. Same is true for her, as she has a doctorate in nuclear chemistry/physics (complete with the party-line statements in her dissertation).

              Martin Schultz is no better. A globalist Marxist. It’s high time we got some new Kanzler/in material there. Kind of wonder what zu Guttenberg will do – he was an up-and-coming politician, before getting attacked by the left.

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  21. DebbieUK says:

    A glimmer of hope for the Germans who need to escape their past and stop allowing themselves to be cowed by it. Britons get the same post colonial guilt from the left.
    BBC busily smearing the AFD voters as “far right “.Just for being concerned about their country and culture.

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      The elite’s goal is to shame the West for its successes by only ever admitting its excesses and because of the excesses to never let it think that it deserves to exist any longer.

      Sorry, existential guilt is a recipe for genocide–or is it genetic suicide?

      Westerners, RESIST!

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  22. n1ghtcr4wler says:

    it’s not quite easy to compare these numbers bc of the parliament system. you have to add the parties which are willing to form a coalition bc they said so before the election and therefore was only the choice between Merkel and Schulz. The head to head polls had Merkel at about 52% and Schulz at 33%

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Same as in the US, the polls have to be taken with a truckload of salt. The other thing is that the other house, the Bundesrat, elected by the various states (like the US Senate used to be) will gradually get more and more AfD people.

      My fear is that things will stall. Just like politicos everywhere, it would be the ideal situation: do nothing, but still collect the same check (and gigantic retirement).
      Sound familiar 🙂 [I’m looking at you, Turtle and Lyin/Cryin/but not tryin Ryan…]

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  23. evadouglas says:

    First of all, what Germany failed to achieve in WW1 and 2, it has now fully accomplished through economic muscle, namely, European domination via the EU. Secondly, and perhaps more important than the AfD, is the huge loss incurred by Merkel’s conservative Bavarian sister party, the CSU and resurgence of the pro-business FDP party. To form a working coalition, Merkel will have to bring in the FDP and The Greens, which are diametrically opposed politically. Thirdly, the AfD garnered surprising ethnic support (like Trump)…generally favors the EU as an economic entity… and supports Poland and Hungary’s stance of NOT accepting EU mandated refugee quotas. Yes, its leaders HAVE made some unfortunate statements that can be skewed as far right… but from what I saw in the interviews overnight, its leaders are very erudite and competent. We shall see.

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      The AfD are actually not that far right; they occupy the spot in the political spectrum vacated when Merkel (some would say Kohl) jerked the CDU hard to the left. There really isn’t a party that is far right (at least of any consequence). Maybe “Die Republicaner” who have as little to do with Republicanism as the Klintoons do with Democracy (as an institution)…

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