*BILDERBERG AND GLOBALIST FIXER WERNER FAYMANN FORCED FROM OFFICE IN POLITICAL EARTHQUAKE
*SPECULATION GROWS THAT ANGELA MERKEL MAY BE FORCED TO RESIGN NEXT
*ANGELA MERKEL’S OPEN BORDERS AND PRO BANK POLICIES HAVE MADE HER JUST AS UNPOPULAR IN GERMANY
*GLOBALIST VIENNA MAYOR MICHAEL HAUPL’S ATTEMPTS TO REPLACE FAYMANN WITH ANOTHER IDEOLOGICALLY ALIGNED CANDIDATE, BUT RUNS INTO DIFFICULTIES AS OTHER CANDIDATES, NIESSL AND DOSOKOZIL, PROVE POPULAR
*CONSERVATIVE COALITION PARTNER OVP THREATENS NEW ELECTIONS IN 2016 UNLESS SOCIAL DEMOCRATS PRODUCE CREDIBLE NEW LEADER TO STOP LURCH TO EXTREMISM
In a sudden move, Werner Faymann announced his resignation as Chancellor of Austria and head of the Social Democratic Party (SPO) this afternoon.
Faymann, who was booed by 1o,000 SPO members at a May 1st rally, gave as his reason for resigning the loss of party support.
Faymann’s open borders and pro bank policies, which have sent the country’s unemployment rate soaring to about 10%, contributed to a disastrous showing in the last presidential elections. The social democrat candidate came fourth. The far right triumphed.
Globalist Vienna mayor Michael Haupl is to replace Faymann as temporary head of the SPO, positioning himself to appoint another ideologically aligned candidate, namely national railways director, Christian Kern, as the successor to Faymann.
But the coalition conservative party has said it will force new elections in autumn 2016 if Faymann’s replacement pursues the same (Bilderberg and Globalist aligned) policies.
Controlled mainstream media such as Profil magazine have been playing down the chances of SPO favourites, the new Defence Minister Hans Peter Doskozil and the Burgenland SPO chief Hans Niessl to help ease Kern into the top position.
However, a snap online poll in Oe24 showed Niessl first closely followed by Kern and Doskozil.
Faymann is a close political ally of Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. He orchestrated together with Tsipras and Angela Merkel the opening of Europe’s borders which led to an unprecedented influx of illegal migrants and a new threat from ISIS terrorists.
It is to be hoped that Faymann’s closest allies such as Josef Ostermayer, Josef Cap and Dores Bures are all forced to leave together with him. Eventually, Michael Haupl, the power behind the Globalist throne in Vienna and Austria, will need to be forced out for the Social Democrats are restore their credibility with voters .
There are also moves in the conservative People’s Party, the OVP, to oust Vice Chancellor and Globalist Reinhold Mitterlehner and replace him with Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz, allowing for a renewal of a grand coalition between social democrats and conservatives at a time when the country is threatened with a resurgence of extremism because of the open doors and pro bank policies of Faymann and Mitterlehner.