What OVP is currently demanding from the population is absolutely unbelievable. The hate campaign launched against the FPO is not popular even among its own clients, but has created a lot of mess. It has now been revealed that some of the “likes” that could be received on X (formerly Twitter) came from suspected fake accounts. No one will soon believe that this party can still get real votes in Austria.
A comment from Florian Machal
In November 2011, I again became politically active. Subject: “False friends of Feyman”. Adviser to SPO chancellor actor Faymann, a former taxi driver with an alleged high school diploma that no one was allowed to see until his political end, had bought thousands of fake friends on social media. The SPO and its dubious political advisers (eg the controversial and infamous Tal Silberstein) wanted to give the impression that the Socialists had popular support. I exposed this scam, it spread all over the media.
A little later it became possible to prove that Sebastian Kurz had “false friends”. OVP’s shooting star was still on the road with “Gilomobil” as JVP’s top official. A particularly shameful episode in Austrian political history. He always stayed true to this style – a certain closeness to the establishments – at least behind the scenes. Think of the many stories about the gastronomic VIP Martin Ho and his association with his restaurant.
On the other hand, the “false friends” that now appear under the desperate topics of OVP are actually just a small scam. It is a logical continuation of the ethical image of the politics of the Austrian system. The protagonists of this system have always been and are the representatives of SPOs and OVPs, who have ruined and destroyed the country for decades with their proportional representation. We’re at the end of this fall, soon we’ll be hitting the ground running at full speed. It is always especially painful when isolated representatives of the FPO try to “be there” to get into the same trough and play the same game. I don’t need to name anyone, you know who I mean. Survival in this swamp full of snakes and crocodiles is not easy for Herbert Kickle.
OVP’s more than 100 PR consultants know all too well how difficult it is to draw a clear line in FPO against so many soft light blue systemlings. Even if you want to kick out some Freemasons – the laws do not allow it. All that Kickal can do is continue his life’s work unperturbed and persistent. As a down to earth politician who takes people’s concerns into account – and doesn’t allow anyone to buy you. That is why the OVP is attacking Kickal specifically with the start of its election campaign – regardless of the fact that some time ago he was an important part of the coalition that was ousted by the coup. Among large sections of the population and the executive as well, he is regarded as the best interior minister of all time.
Yesterday I went on to reveal that even the few likes OVP still gets for its topics seem questionable – and presented a screenshot as proof. Erstaunlich.at, a very scathing and long established alternative medium, followed up the research and presented further evidence.
OVP also received an unexpected boost for its hate campaign against Kickal, so left-wing activist Dietmar M. also “liked” the topic and published it on his website. This is another example of OVP being part of a single party respected by the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schaub and George Soros. All these politicians do not serve the public but foreign masters. Why left-wing extremists like and participate in it is a mystery on an entirely different page. You probably have to follow the money trail.
To sum it up: OVP is now so unpopular that even about one percent of people who see its posts don’t “like” it. This is exciting because there used to be a lot of discipline in this party when it came to solidarity and public appearances. In Sebastian Kurz’s time, every office-bearer would have taken it upon himself to reinforce every statement made by the party with a “like”. But today apparently his own people are ashamed.
It cannot be conclusively proven whether you have really stooped so low that you even have to buy likes. In any case, about 10% of the likes should come from fake accounts. Yesterday we reported on the hate topic numbers against Herbert Kickle: The People’s Party in free fall: Only 122 out of over 75,000 people think the hate campaign is good. Since then, a day later, the numbers have turned into OVP’s loss. Only 127 out of 82,000 people liked the fact-free hate topic. The party headquarters should slowly start thinking about whether anyone wants to move forward on this path of radicalism.