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Saturday, 28 June 2014

IS THE RIGHT WING PARTY JUST A DREAM?

RWR AND MAINSTREAM POLITICS: A POLITICAL OPINION. Maybe it's time to push further the boundaries of the discussion. Something happened here in the past few months. "Who should RW-guys vote for" - one of my latest posts - has become quickly the most popular one in the NORTHERN WOLVES blog. What does it mean? It means that RW-guys and their supporters like this topic. I could say they would like to vote for a MAINSTREAM FAR-RIGHT PARTY - even if very small - because they are not happy with the NATIONAL's "cautious-Labour-style" policies. RW people (this is my feeling) are not happy as well with the 90s-style UNDERGROUND ACTIVISM of this movement. Probably it's time for RWR to become (or try to) a mainstream party. Yes, National is doing very well at the polls and could govern alone, but they need a political Right-Wing ally (or allies) to catch the votes of the electors unhappy with their Labour-style policies. It would be great for them to create a strong Right-bloc. So what's the point? The point is RWR cannot be just a group of UNDERGROUND ACTIVISTS and COMMUNITY WORKERS. They must try to go further. In Europe, Far-Right parties have members in Parliament: this is not a scandal, it's called Democracy. There is enough room in New Zealand for a Right-Wing party. (At the moment, I cannot see any political Right parties other than National really popular). How can this be done? I would say Politics are expensive. Setting up a new party is mostly a matter of money. The Right Wing needs a backer...I'd like to have a feedback about this matter. Cheers!

2 comments:

  1. There are loads of well off people that can give financial backing but, they don't want to be seen having anything to do with the likes of RWR that rock the boat. Have to approach a well off individual with an impressive presentation, enough to make them believe this can be achieved. Possibly not a New Zealander as NZ does not like to rock the public boat

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  2. You mean NZers are mostly FOLLOWERS? LOL

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