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italeave-gap-growingQuick post which I will be updating once the “fog of war” begins clearing.

UPDATE 6: 08:00 5 December 2016

Even when the polls are correct, they are still FAKE. Case in point: (SEE HERE)

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Notice how badly wrong the POLL-STERS got the Si Vote projections?

Pathetic!

UPDATE 5: 01:30 5 December 2016

According to the BBC, it would appear that the NO got 60+%. This is a huge rebuke to the TRANSRATIONAL Europhiles. (see here)

With most ballots counted, the No vote leads with 60% against 40% for Yes.

The turnout was nearly 70%, in a vote that was seen as a chance to register discontent with the prime minister.

“Good luck to us all,” Mr Renzi told reporters. He said he would tell a Cabinet meeting on Monday afternoon that he was resigning, then tender his resignation to the Italian president.

With this result, it might be hard put together a coalition for Renzi with smaller parties in order to form a caretaker government to get them to the next scheduled elections. If the smaller parties enter into this coalition, they could get wiped out in a years time being part of a very unpopular government. Actually, same goes for Renzi’s Democratic Party. It is in the interest of these smaller parties to be in opposition. Therefore, the odds of early elections is increasing geometrically since it might be hard for Renzi, or whoever else (from the Renzi’s party, since they have a majority in the lower chamber) to form a stable government. So the only way forward might just be early elections. And that will take place in February of 2017 or three short months from now.

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First in Austria. It would appear that the Austrians elected the TRANSRATIONAL candidate. The RATIONALIST Herr Hofer has conceded. This is sad for a country whose history should have made the population a bit more “aware” of the impending doom that the INTERNATIONAL “uncontrolled migration” forces are foisting upon them.

Of the mitigating aspects of this defeat, the OBJECTIVE REALITY is that the Austrian presidency is a ceremonial post. This election means nothing as the President has no powers and is just a figure head. Yet this result will have practical implications in that it will serve as a “invasion magnate” for the hordes of “refugees” flooding into the European heartland.

The good news is that Herr Hofer’s party, the aptly named Freedom Party is leading in the polls to form the next government. Although it is not polling at the levels that would allow it to form a government, they will have 6 months to 1 year to get those numbers up. And with the new “rapefugee” arrivals streaming in from across the Italian border, this should propel the Freedom Party vote close to those levels.

And while we are on the subject, more clarity about who is behind the “rapefugees”. Over at the catholic Zero Hedge website, we get this post titled: Something Strange Is Taking Place In The Mediterranean. (see here) Here is the lede and next three paragraphs:

Something Strange Is Taking Place In The Mediterranean

NGOs are smuggling immigrants into Europe on an industrial scale

For two months, using marinetraffic.com, we have been monitoring the movements of ships owned by a couple of NGOs, and, using data from data.unhcr.org. We have kept track of the daily arrivals of African immigrants in Italy. It turned out we were witness of a big scam and an illegal human traffic operation.

NGOs, smugglers, the mafia in cahoots with the European Union have shipped thousands of illegals into Europe under the pretext of rescuing people, assisted by the Italian coast guard which coordinated their activities.

Human traffickers  contact the Italian coast guard in advance to receive support and to pick up their dubious cargo. NGO ships are directed to the “rescue spot” even as those to be rescued are still in Libya. The 15 ships that we observed are owned or leased by NGOs have regularly been seen to leave their Italian ports, head south, stop short of reaching the Libyan coast, pick up their human cargo, and take course back 260 miles to Italy even though the  port of Zarzis in Tunis is just 60 mile away from the rescue spot.

The organizations in question are: MOAS, Jugend Rettet, Stichting Bootvluchting, Médecins Sans Frontières, Save the Children, Proactiva Open Arms, Sea-Watch.org, Sea-Eye and Life Boat.

So it would appear that the Renzi government is in on the human trafficing scam.

All one can do is ask: WHY?

Which brings us to the good news of the night. The Italian REFERENDUM ended as predicted. The NO vote was overwhelming. It could have capture up to 60% of the vote. As you recall, the NO vote was supported by the opposition political parties, parties that want a “smaller Europe”.

As for what is in store, once again we go over to the Zero Hedge website to get this update:

So now that Renzi has stepped down here are three possible scenarios, via the WSJ:

1. New Renzi Government – this is now unlikely after Renzi’s farewell speech:

Italian President Sergio Mattarella could ask Mr. Renzi to reshuffle his cabinet and form a new government. However, Mr. Renzi has said in recent days that he is unlikely to accept such an option, given that he would be in a much-weakened position following the vote.

2. A Caretaker Administration:

 Mr. Mattarella could ask someone else to lead a new government with a limited mandate to oversee the drafting of a new electoral law and pass the 2017 budget. One candidate is Economy Minister Pier Carlo Padoan, who could help soothe markets that have been nervous about political instability following a no vote. Others include Pietro Grasso, speaker of Italy’s Senate, and Dario Franceschini, the current culture minister.

3. Electoral-Law Snarl:

Major political parties are pushing to change an electoral law passed last year that would give extra seats in Parliament to any party winning 40% or more of the vote. That measure was intended to make for more stable governments. Establishment politicians now worry that it could help the populist 5 Star Movement gain power and want to rewrite the rules before any new national election.

What I think will happen is that the Italian president Mr. Matterella, who is beholden to Renzi for getting him elected, will most likely ask the one and same, Mr. REnzi to form a caretaker government until the next elections. The next elections could come as early as spring 2017, but I wouldn’t bet on that. I suspect that they will be pushed back to early 2018, since the ESTABLISHMENT will want to hold onto the reigns of power for as long as possible.

This is it in a nutshell. Will be updating as more information come online.

What is interesting to watch is the Austrian election breakdown as we start seeing the real numbers. The focus should be on where the swing vote, that turned out the outcome from 52%-48% pro Hofer to 52%-48% against. Gotta wonder where the additional anti-Hofer votes came from.

UPDATE 1: 17:00 4 December 2016

Results coming in from Austrian election. Here is how they did it:

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UPDATE 2: 17:10 4 December 2016

And now, all eyes turn to the Italian banking sector. The Italian stock market opens up in 6 hours time. (see here)

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UPDATE 3: 17:10 4 December 2016

So after you make a BIG STINKING MESS, ruin peoples live and destroy their countries and cultures, what comes after?

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UPDATE 4: 17:25 4 December 2016

The margin of the ITALIAN REFERENDUM is YUUUUUGE.

If anyone is holding the Euro currency, I would suggest a line from Trading Places: Sell Mortimer, Sell.

And by the way, that little dab of green in the upper right hand corner, that is the border with Austria, where all those “rapefugees” will now be passing through on their way to jihad. Just sayin…

Oh and this…

If anyone is holding the Euro currency, I would suggest a line from Trading Places: Sell Mortimer, Sell.

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