Slovak National Socialists Gain Seats

Slovak national socialist leader, Marian Kotleba, whose party L’SNS gained seats in yesterday’s general election

THE Slovak national socialist party People’s Party – Our Slovakia (L’SNS) led by Marian Kotleba — gained three extra MPs in yesterday’s general election and is now the joint-third largest party in the Slovak Parliament with 17 seats.

Meanwhile the more ‘moderate’ Slovak National Party, which at the previous election in 2016 was slightly larger than L’SNS, was wiped out yesterday, falling from 8.6% to 3.2% and losing all of its 15 seats.

L’SNS polled exactly the same vote as four years ago, 8.0%, but it seems likely that a large slice of the former Slovak National Party vote went to a populist conservative party called ‘Ordinary People’, who were the big winners yesterday on an anti-corruption platform.

‘Ordinary People’ seems to be somewhere between the populist nationalism of Victor Orban and the more amorphous protest vote party typified by Italy’s Five Star Movement. Its leader has already said he will be prepared to enter coalition talks with any party except for the defeated government party – the corrupt socialists – and the beyond-the-pale ‘nazis’ of L’SNS.

In practice this means some sort of deal with the anti-immigration party ‘We are Family’, who have 17 seats, and with a libertarian, eurosceptic party ‘Freedom and Solidarity’ with 13 seats. The pro-EU liberal alliance ‘For the People’ backed by Slovakia’s president Zuzana Čaputová (who won a resounding victory hailed by the world’s liberal media as recently as 2019) was in sixth place with 12 seats, so would not be able to reach a working majority in alliance with ‘Ordinary People’.

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Source: Heritage and Destiny magazine

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ulysses freire da paz jr
31 March, 2020 7:03 pm

Die Bergoglianische Kirche lehnt jede Manifestation ihrer Gläubigen gegen Globalismus, d.h. gegen eine neue Weltordnung sowie gegen eine jüdische Besetzung ab. Die katholische Kirche in Kärnten lehnte einen Antrag auf Feier einer jährlichen Messe ab, weil sie zur Förderung nationalistischer Ideen verwendet werden soll. Engelbert Guggenberger, amtierender Administrator der römisch-katholischen Diözese Gurk, erläuterte in einem Schreiben die Entscheidung wie folgt: “Die Messe ist Teil einer politisch instrumentalisierten Demonstration geworden und Teil eines politisch-nationalistischen Rituals, das einer selektiven Erfahrung und Interpretation der Geschichte dient.” Dem Bericht zufolge glaubte die katholische Kirche, dass das Ereignis ihren Ruf untergraben würde. Anmerkung des Herausgebers: Es ist überraschend, dass sich diese vom Vatikan besetzte Sekte homopädophiler Menschen nicht mit dem Ruf der katholischen Kirche befasst, wenn sie den skandalösen Einsatz des Holocount durch zionistische Gruppen… Read more »

Angry Swede
Angry Swede
2 April, 2020 5:25 am

Good! Lovely news!
One step in the right direction and Slovakia has nothing to be ashamed of, not the slightest!
Slovakia has no obligations towards “refugees” from the middle east, Africa and Asia, nothing!
Slovakia is a tiny minority in this world, a unique little nation and they shall preserve their unique heritage.
A country can change and develop without erasing itself; fact!