90 seats would include one from the Faroe Island. All cool, uslulay one of these guys is conservative and joins Venstre.However, a majority of 1 seat invites anyone with fringe ideas to start power plays and plots. the Faroe Island guy already made some moves in that direction. That’s a somewhat unstable situation.Naser Khader and Ny Alliance is outside of this. They demand that the rejected asylum seekers (many of which are chronical tax evaders in the first place) get better conditions. It’s absurd, but it’s one of the fundamental principles of that party. Tax reforms and other stuff be damned, they want to benefit these people who have no reason to be in Denmark in the first place. It’s power play, and sign of a very immature political party with no fundamental principles, resorting to populism.This is somewhat unstable and might implode to fresh elections any day.In any case, the most important outcome of this election was that the Islamist candidate Asmaa Abdol-Hamid got a solid defeat, along with the extreme left party she was running with. Islam is not a healthy democratic platform, and we defeated it at the polls. That’s good.]]>
Ja, spændende, og en smule nedslående. Rune er jo ikke dum og kalder sig humanist, så hvorfor faen forsvare han altid en af verdens mest inhumane bevægelser?
Tak for linket. Det er jo spændende læsning.]]>
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