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Local elections 2014 v 2019

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To gain some clarity between the local elections of 2014 and 2019 this thread is to compare the figures then and now.

We will see if there is a true surge in any direction of Greens, Indos, or those to the right.
 
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The Doc

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I notice that the Green parties are being talked up by the media all across Europe. I wonder why this is
 

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I notice that the Green parties are being talked up by the media all across Europe. I wonder why this is
Its' their fake opposition to the rise of populism.

The Greens represent a safe establishment alternative to mainstream globalist centre right and centre left parties.

The Green results in Ireland will be celebrated by globalists, but they have little else to celebrate.
 

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The Belfast old guard will be fuming with Mary Lou over Sinn Fein's poor Local Election performance. In some working class areas in Dublin, FF appear to have regained some support that they lost to Sinn Fein post 2009.
 

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Sinn Fein have not cucked hard enough for the faggots. More faggots, more cucking=United Ireland
 
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