The controlled media is becoming increasingly panicked as ever-increasing numbers of young white people across Europe are voting for parties dedicated to white survival. The latest such example has come with the German Deutsche Welle (DW) media outlet.
In an article titled “Young people vote far-right in Europe,” the DW editors employ every tired old trick in the book to belittle and defame any European who does not want to commit racial suicide—but cannot get away from the fact that all over the European continent, rising numbers of young white people are choosing survival over genocide by immigration.
The DW starts off by saying that “some experts see democracy in danger”—just because young people are starting to vote in large numbers against the parties that seek their racial extermination.
For example, the DW says, the Front National (FN) in France and the Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ) are just two examples of parties that are currently receiving an upsurge in support in European Union member states, and the worried controlled media article adds, “they’re especially popular with younger voters.”
The DW said that even though the FN didn’t win any regions in the second round of France’s regional elections, it managed to pick up 35 percent of votes from 18-to-34-year-olds in the first round.
“And in state parliamentary elections in Austria’s Vienna district, the FPÖ picked up 24 percent of the vote among under-30-year-olds.”
Furthermore, the DW whines, in countries such as the “Netherlands, Denmark, and Poland, far-right parties are gaining traction among young voters as well.”
The DW then goes on to quote a well-known quasi-communist Member of the European Parliament, who pretends to be a “Green,” as saying that the young peoples’ voting habits are a “longing for a national identity inside the European Union.”
This is, as outlined above, pure nonsense. Young people are voting for parties that are opposed to the mass nonwhite Third World invasion of Europe, a policy which can only end in the utter destruction of the white, European First World at the hands of hordes of Third Worlders.
The DW then goes on to discuss how the pro-European survival parties are reaching young voters:
“In Austria, support for the FPÖ does not come from all young voters, but from one group in particular: young men,” the DW says.
“Party leader Heinz-Christian Strache tries to appeal to this demographic by presenting himself as cool and down-to-earth. He doesn’t wear suits, but jeans and sunglasses, and he even filmed a music video for the Vienna regional elections in October. In it, young people chant ‘HC, HC,’ Strache’s nickname, over an amped-up version of the famous Strauss waltz The Blue Danube.”
In Germany, too, the mood has been growing more hostile toward refugees, the DW goes on to admit. “The more that arrive, the greater the number of attacks on refugee housing,” the DW complains.
Another DW article also hysterically discusses the reforms which the National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) has put itself through in order to start attracting a larger audience.
Correctly pointing out that the NPD used to attract the “skinhead” type, the DW admits that the new leadership has been pushing out the “easily maligned skinheads and leather coats” and is replacing them with “trendy sneakers, canvas bags, even the Guy Fawkes masks favored by the hacker collective Anonymous movement.”
This, the DW says, shows the “new face of the German far-right movement: a cooler, less-aggressive appeal to youths that largely relies on appropriating symbols of the left.”
Using the new NPD leader Frank Franz as an example, the DW says he is a “good-looking 37-year-old father who describes himself as a sartorial enthusiast on Instagram, and the photos he posts show a man with a penchant for well-tailored trousers, pocket squares, and trips to the lake.
“When he’s not reminding immigrants to ‘stay out — you’re not welcome!’ on Facebook, the professional graphic designer is trying on bespoke suits,” the sarcastic DW article adds.
The acidic coverage by the mainstream media is however being steadily undermined by the rise of the Internet, which grants people direct access to the original source of political parties and statements, rather than just relying on what the controlled media says they are saying.
As a result, the “lying press”—as they are already widely known in Germany—are losing credibility as people can see for themselves what is being said and what is happening around them and in other countries.