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Bavarian Election Doesn't Go Well For Merkel.
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Quote:Angela Merkel Political Allies Crushed in Bavarian Election…

'In yet another example of voters rejecting the mass-immigration and suicidal pro-jihad policies of
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Bavarian voters delivered the most crushing defeat to her aligned
political allies since 1950.

The Christian Socialist Union (CSU) lost more than 10% of their previous support; and their closest allies,
the Socialist Democrats (SPD) also lost 10% of their base.

The Alternative for Germany (AfD), a party focused on stopping the pro-jihad policies of Merkel, gained
a strong foothold; and the Green Party became a landing place for those ‘tweeners’ who do not wish to
be argumentative, yet disagree with Merkel’s political allies who accept a few Bavarian deaths as
necessary to advance multicultural sensibilities.

[ie. Green Party gains = those who no longer support Germany’s rush to
self destructive jihad, but also don’t want to run the gauntlet of being called
racist within the AfD.]

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BERLIN/MUNICH (Reuters) – Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Bavarian allies suffered their worst election result
since 1950 on Sunday, bleeding votes to the far-right and the ecologist Greens in a setback that raised
tensions within Germany’s crisis-prone national government.

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The Christian Social Union (CSU) won 37.3 percent of the vote, preliminary results showed, losing its absolute
majority for only the second time since 1962 – an outcome sure to stoke infighting in the conservative party,
already a difficult partner for Merkel in Berlin.

“Of course today is not an easy day for the CSU. We did not achieve a good result,” Bavarian premier Markus
Soeder told a gathering of his party. “We accept the result with humility,” he said, adding that the CSU
nonetheless wanted to form a stable government as soon as possible.

The result, which saw the pro-immigration Greens come second and the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD)
enter the state assembly for the first time, means the CSU will need to form a coalition –a humiliation for a party
used to ruling alone...'
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