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Khandro | 22:19 Wed 22nd Nov 2023 | News
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Dutch far-right leader Geert Wilders is on course to win the most votes in parliamentary elections on Wednesday that were dominated by debate around rising immigration in the Netherlands.

Financial Times. Tonight

Finally, the tide seems to be turning?

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that is that they themselves are afraid of the consequences of disobedience.

no that is the Roman Catholic Church

The muslims have always been fighting each other about something - see above.

Peter Pedant, I've seen above, I know the history and it's irrelevant.  My post stands.  

by some miracle mine still stands

Who was it who said about 'X' - this is not X-bank, this is answerbank, now who was it.... let me think...

and I quite liked the not-very-well-known story about the successor. others may not like it or know it

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Dutch far-right leader Geert Wilders is on course to win ... Finally, the tide seems to be turning?

Do you want the far-right to run your country, Khandro? 

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Ellipsis; Explain 'far right', a term used by the left for anything right of centre, it seems.

The AfD: is a successful Right-Wing populist Eurosceptic German party. Nothing "far"about them, they don't behead babies. Their manifesto is available online in English.

I don't have the vote in Germany, but if I had, that's where it would go. 

My vote in England will, if there's a candidate, go to Reform UK.

Make of that what you will.

> Ellipsis; Explain 'far right', a term used by the left for anything right of centre, it seems.

It was your expression, Khandro, in your own OP.

I have the impression that Khandro was asking for YOUR definition of far right  rather than the definition used by the FT in his op. It is a fair question, and deserves an honest answer. If that is possible. 

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Ellipsis; //It was your expression, Khandro, in your own OP.//

 Read the OP again, it wasn't my expression it was a quotation from & cleary attributed to the Financial times.

The rise of Nazism in Europe continues - sorry Dad, you died in vain.

Khandro, it was your OP. Not mine. You mentioned far-right. Not me. You surely knows what I meant to you ... unless, that is, you just parrot what somebody else says, without knowing what it means.

it* meant to you 

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