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WINNING! El Salvador Turns to the POPULIST RIGHT and CRUSHES the Left!!!

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Mar 04, 2019, 19:49

The world wide swing to the right wing nationalist/ populist keep gathering strength. The open borders globalist snakes are taking a beating all around the world. Poor gullible morons like that nutjob rooitwit are still held captive to the globalist MSM propaganda machines. Rooitwit will be one of the last to see the light because the mampara is the ultimate closed minded bigot.


El Salvador




Mar 05, 2019, 03:24

I checked the election results and the outcome was as follows: -

*    Najib Bukele  -  Naewas Ideas     =     1 434 816

*    Carlos Calleja  -  ARENA            =        857 084

*    Hugo Martinez -  FMLN              =        389 289

Prior to 1992 there was  a civil war in El Salvadore and as a result of the peace settlement that year two political parties emerged who either governed the country or was the main opposition party,  The parties were ARENA and FMLN - the first coming from what before 1992 was the governing party and the second  from the ex-guerillas,   ARENA  basically was centrist in its approach and the FMLN is a leftwing party who was successful in wining the kast two presidential elections in 2008 and 2014

Bukele formed a new political party a few months ago and the new party - to the right of ARENA - won the election easily.   Th wider implications for Venezuela is important,  El Salvador was before the elections were supportive of Maduro as President of Venezuela - in the Latin American context the support of individual countries is important for the survival and El Salvador was one of only three Governments in Central and South America that supported Maduro.

Another important election in Europe this time was in Estonia.   The result caused havoc since  the leftists lost support and the Euro-sceptics gained major support.   There is no party that can form a coalition Government other than between the leftists and the centrists or the centrists and Euro-sceptics.   The impact on the upcoming EU elections are more important.  and the signs are bad for the left-wingers.      .                    

Mar 05, 2019, 03:24

I checked the election results and the outcome was as follows: -

*    Najib Bukele  -  Naewas Ideas     =     1 434 816

*    Carlos Calleja  -  ARENA            =        857 084

*    Hugo Martinez -  FMLN              =        389 289

Prior to 1992 there was  a civil war in El Salvador and as a result of the peace settlement that year two political parties emerged who either governed the country or was the main opposition party,  The parties were ARENA and FMLN - the first coming from what before 1992 was the governing party and the second  from the ex-guerillas,   ARENA  basically was centrist in its approach and the FMLN is a leftwing party who was successful in wining the last two presidential elections in 2008 and 2014

Bukele formed a new political party a few months ago and the new party - to the right of ARENA - won the election easily.   The wider implications for Venezuela is important,  El Salvador before the elections was supportive of Maduro as President of Venezuela.   In the Latin American context the support of individual countries is important for survival and El Salvador was one of only three Governments in Central and South America that supported Maduro.

Another important election in Europe this time was in Estonia.   The result caused havoc since  the leftists lost support and the Euro-sceptics gained major support.   There is no party that can form a coalition Government other than between the leftists and the centrists or the centrists and Euro-sceptics.   The impact on the upcoming EU elections are more important.  and the signs are bad for the left-wingers.      .                    

Mar 05, 2019, 08:36

Mike the ebbing of support for the open borders globalist snakes is the headline news

Mar 05, 2019, 12:03

Beeno

Estonia has a very sizable Russian population and one wonders how they voted in the recent elections,   Chances are that even if they voted for the leftists this time - they are extremely likely to vote for the Euro sceptics in the May election. 

I have done some research on the issue  further - the Patliamenary breakdown is as follows:-

Center left  liberals 

This grouping comprises four parties, namely -

 *    Reform    -   centrist    -   34 seats

 *    Center      -   left wing  -  26 seats

*    SD            -   Left wing  -  10 seats

Right wing   

 *    EKRE      -                     -    19 seats 

*    Pro Patria                        -    12 seats

European Parliament 

Reform                                 -      3 seats           

Center                                   -      3 seats

Pro Patria                              -      1 Seat

75% of the ethnic Russians in Estonia voted for the Center Party - but they may easily vote for the EKRE or Pro Patria  parties in the EU election since the EU is extremely unpopular with the Russians.   We will have to wait and see,  

 
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