tamiko thiel on Mon, 14 Feb 2000 10:24:56 +0900

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Syndicate: Haider's majority

Can someone tell me, what were the percentages of people who voted for
Haider's party, and what were the percentages of the total Austrian
electorate who actually voted in that election? Was he elected by an
overwhelming majority of the small percentage of people who voted, or
really by an overwhelming majority of the entire Austrian people?

Many times when such people come into power, it is because the people
who would have voted against them DIDN'T. As they say, the only thing
that evil needs to succeed is for good people to do nothing.

Again, and again, and again.

- tamiko

Rebernik Peter wrote:
> Haider is not a NAZI, he is right wing, all right or not. The new government
> will change things in Austria to the right - even, if many of us in Austria
> do not like it. But, they are democratically elected by an overwhelming
> majority.
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