Malta: MEP Candidate Norman Lowell, Friend of William Pierce, Receives Nearly Half of Third Party Votes
Radical pro-White candidate’s vote, while still too small to gain a seat, has multiplied by almost five times since his first run. The controlled media expressed alarm; we see hope.
OVERALL RESULTS from the European election indicate that third parties have only marginally increased their vote share from 6% in 2014 to 8% now but the balance has shifted to the far right.
While in 2014 the third-party vote was split between Alternattiva Demokratika and Norman Lowell, in this election the Imperium Europa candidate emerged as the most popular third party candidate.
Projections and polls before the election indicated that Mr. Lowell would receive 15,000 votes, but surprisingly the official published results give him only a little over half that amount. Media sources are silent on any possible explanation for the discrepancy.. Lowell clocked off his first count tally at 3.2%, a marginal increase of half a percentage point over his result five years ago.
By European standards this is a poor result but one that cannot be ignored. Analysing the numbers shows that Lowell retained the same share of the third-party vote as in 2014.
If one adds the anti-immigrant Moviment Patrijotti Maltin to the equation the percentage of far-right voters stood at 3.5%.
If one were to include the ultra-conservative Alleanza Bidla, the percentage would rise to 4% which amounts to 51% of all votes given to third parties and independent candidates.
Surely the relative success of the far right sends a clear message that a part of Maltese society is willing to support Lowell despite his Piercian views on eugenics and his description of Jewish claims of their suffering in World War 2 as exaggerated, at one point comparing Auschwitz to Disneyland.
Lowell also managed to out-perform Moviment Patrijotti Maltin that only received 771 votes. This confirms past trends showing Lowell beating any challenge from more “moderate” parties that also oppose replacement migration.
It is perfectly possible that a vote for Lowell may also be seen by some voters as a “raspberry” to the political duopoly.
The far right may be actually managing to communicate with those marginalised by rising social inequalities.
A controlled media outlet, Malta Today, is worried about Mr. Lowell’s increasing support. They urge leaders to double down on Malta’s current anti-White policies, saying “The success of the far right may well serve as a wake-up call for the need of more and not less integration.”
Lowell’s vote in MEP elections
|MEP election||Votes received||Lowell votes as % of total||Lowell votes as % of third party votes|
Patriot/Conservative vote in 2019 MEP election
|Party||% of total votes|
|Moviment Patrijotti Maltin||0.3|
The following video is one of Mr. Lowell’s political ads for the 2019 race.
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Source: based on an article at Malta Today