Roger Borg is discussing:

Matteo Salvini is hoping to cause a political shock by winning a traditional stronghold of the left.

What is driving support for the "far right" are:

1) The actions of the far left in opening borders and inviting tens of millions of violent animals to swarm into Europe and the USA.

2) The rhetoric of the far left in decrying anyone who doesn't want to be robbed or raped by a violent animal as "far right".

Look at Boris Johnson: a left wing, liberal, progressive, open borders global socialist in the Blair / Camoron mould. Yet screeching autards are still genuinely convinced that he is "far right".

When a real far right emerges, what will they call it then? Extreme-ultra far right?


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2020-01-Fr 08:01:42 am

What is driving support for the "far right" are:

1) The actions of the far left in opening borders and inviting tens of millions of violent animals to swarm into Europe and the USA.

2) The rhetoric of the far left in decrying anyone who doesn't want to be robbed or raped by a violent animals as "far right".

Look at Boris Johnson: a left wing, liberal, progressive, open borders global socialist in the Blair / Camoron mould. Yet screeching autards are still genuinely convinced that he is "far right".

When a real far right emerges, what will they call it then? Extreme-ultra far right?

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