(Photo above: graph showing the latest poll in Sweden)
Denmark had election on June 18th where the Danish Peoples Party got 21.1 percent of the votes. This makes DPP the biggest party in the conservative bloc and the second biggest in parliament (topped by Labour with 26.3 percent). A recent poll in Sweden gives the Swedish Democrats (critical of Islam and EU) 22.1 percent. In Finland, the True Finns got 17.7 percent, making them the second biggest party in the parliament and they now joined the government. In Holland, Geert Wilders’ party, Party For Freedom, came out as the biggest party in a recent poll. In France Front National regularly comes out as the biggest party in polls.
For some reason Germany still did not have success with establising a big freedom-focused party – but that will come for sure. And that will be a turning point for Europe.
Just to give an example of what makes increasing amounts of voters like Islam critical parties comes here a short excerpt from one ofcountless accounts of what is going on in Western ghettoes. One might think that this is a report from Bagdad orKandhahar – but it is from MalmA?, Sweden: “The suspect bomb was discovered following a new wave of unrestA�in the citya��s suburbs, in a month already punctuated by several large fights, shootings and explosions.“