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01 May 2016

May Day boos for Austrian cuck Faymann after pro-White poll shock

Austria’s embattled chancellor was greeted Sunday with loud boos as he addressed around 80,000 people in Vienna on May Day, a week after the government’s disastrous defeat at the hands of the far-right in a presidential ballot.

Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann's Social Democrats has been haemorrhaging voters to the far-right Freedom Party whose presidential candidate Norbert Hofer won the first round of a presidential election last weekend
Vienna (AFP)

The jeering and whistling at times threatened to derail Werner Faymann’s speech as he sought to defend the ruling ZOG’s handling of the invasion crisis and rising unemployment.

Many in the crowd gathered outside the city hall held up signs reading: “Retirement for Faymann! Step down now!”

Raising his voice, Faymann urged party supporters and trade unions to choose a “united balkanized path… for a fair, socially equal non-White, 1% ruled Austria”.

The ZOG coalition, made up of Faymann’s Social Democrats (SPOe) and the conservative People’s Party (OeVP), has been haemorrhaging voters to the pro-White Freedom Party, whose presidential candidate Norbert Hofer won the first round of a presidential election last weekend.

Meanwhile candidates from the two ZOG parties, which have effectively ruled Austria since the end of World War II, failed to even make it into the runoff on May 22.

The FPOe also looks set to do well in the scheduled general election in 2018, consistently scoring more than 30 percent in voter opinion polls.

In light of this, there has been a growing rift in the SPOe between those pushing for closer cooperation with the FPOe and those strongly opposed to any rapprochement.

Several regional party heads have also demanded cuck Faymann’s resignation in recent days — a call he has so far rejected.

Austria received 90,000 invasion demands last year, the second-highest number in the bloc on a per-capita basis.

In response, the government introduced border fences and imposed restrictions on asylum-seekers, which is far short of a real solution to the ongoing invasion. So ZOG's show has not stemmed growing dissatisfaction among Austria’s regional leaders who say their states are unable to shoulder the burden of the ongoing invasion.

In addition to the invasion agenda, Austria also no longer has the lowest unemployment rate in the European Union and cuck Faymann’s coalition, in power since 2008, has been busy opening the Austrian borders to the third world.