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by The Nation of the People of the Nation
Wed May 17, 2017 6:13 am
 
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OPINION: John Smith Campaigns for FD-3 Seat
James Jones, Fernão News Network | May 15 2017 | John Smith Campaigning


- (FD-3) With 5000 people gathered in a stadium John Smith addressed his supporters, "Citizens of FD-3 with the election only hours away we need a strong turnout to secure OUR seat and promote the values of democracy, protecting the environment, and the greatness of Fernão!!!! Now let us move forward and rise!!!!" While currently Senator Smith is ahead in the polls he has faced some fierce opposition from his opponents which might have motivated him to deliver this speech.

The RGA is seemingly going to have a strong election season this month as most of their candidates for Senate lead in the polls and their presidential nominee is currently ahead in the vote count according to our latest exit polls.

If you happen to live in FD-3 my recommendation is to vote for John Smith because while he and his opponents are very similar in what they believe in John Smith has much more experience in the Senate and can be trusted to uphold the values of Fernão and FD-3.

by Collatis
Tue May 16, 2017 10:16 pm
 
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Opinion: Better Red-Green Than Red | David Books
David Books, Fernão News Network | May 16 2017

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Bob Kattur, Communist candidate for SA-1, admits to being a loser.


My faithful readers will be well-acquainted my dislike of the Red-Green Alliance and the ideology they preach. To quote Prime Minister and pearl necklace aficionado Margaret Thatcher, "The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money." I fully subscribe to the Iron Lady's words. Socialism is, for lack of a more accurate and piercing term, a cancer on society. To see the disastrous results of socialism, one only need look at Cuba, Venezuela, and North Korea. Oppression, poverty, and corruption. Horrible for business. However, today I am endorsing a member of the Red-Green Alliance.

This may shock you, dear reader, but I assure you that voting for Aminah Hadi in Sarkar's 1st district is the right choice. The reason is simple: the red menace is nearing our shores. That's right, communists threaten to overthrow our democracy once more! Ms. Hadi's opponent is one Bob Kattur, a committed lifelong radical who not only seeks to violently bring an end to capitalism and democracy, but to abolish the state as well! I need not dive into the subsequent death and destruction that would occur if Mr. Kattur got as he wishes. One could only imagine how bad it would be for small businesses! Bob Kattur is a Lying Offensive Serpentine Execrable Radical. A loser, if you will. He must be stopped, at any cost.

Aminah Hadi is far from perfect. Her worn-out ideas will not bring the bold leadership that Fernão so desperately needs. But she is well-intentioned, experienced, and responsible. She does not seek to destroy this country from within. And that is why it is essential that every freedom loving Fernoan in the 1st district cast their votes for Aminah Hadi of the Red-Green Alliance. Better Red-Green than red.
by Tectonix
Tue May 16, 2017 3:37 pm
 
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Viel Talks Healthcare, Government Transparency at Town Hall
Nuñes Fox, Fernão News Network | May 16, 2017

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Viel giving an interview to a local radio station.


- (Portimão, Ferdinand, Fernão) Alexios Viel has been in the headlines for quite some time: from winning the seat of RGA Party Administrator to being attacked in an unusual manner by The Week, his firebrand demeanor has gotten him into trouble with both the right and his own party. However, stepping away from the frenzies, what is he actually saying and doing? Well, we got an inside look when he participated in a town hall here in Portimão.

Televised across the constituency and state, Viel very rarely mentioned either the Civic Union or his opponent, CTA Senator Michael Ferreira. Our FNN political correspondent Jason Miranda noted that "during [Viel's] town hall, it became clear that he was going a significantly different direction than what we've seen from him, especially during the RGA Party Administrator race, where he was accused of misogyny by Secretary Seo-yeon and many RGA Senators." Let's take a look at this town hall of his.

Speaking to a diverse collection of residents in a community centre, Viel stressed the importance of a clear, transparent government. "Transparency is the one thing that even fully-developed, first world democracies struggle with. Around the world, many countries that used to be models from rising stars in terms of government transparency and openness have now fallen from grace. There are people in these governments that no longer care about how public money, the money that you provide through your daily jobs, is used." He pointed to a few people in the audience at random, before continuing. "It's simply so easy for governments to just not care about their citizens and close themselves off. Electoral integrity can be questioned, like we've seen in Venezuela and Turkey, or rigged to the government's favour, like we saw with Hong Kong and China. On the topic of public funds, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's wife is currently under investigation, and may be indicted for, misuse of public funds to pay for her own personal expenses. If you want more examples, look no further than the United States; however, be sure to do it before the president puts our country on the travel ban for no reason." The audience laughed, and he himself chuckled before taking a sip of water.

"This issue is present in all countries, no matter the socioeconomic status. That is why I introduced the 'Government Transparency Act' — to allow for the people of Fernão to know what their government is doing. The people have a right to know, and I intend to ensure that their right is protected by our laws."

After a quick intermission, Viel talked about his vision for the country's healthcare. "Medical costs around the world have been increasing at an alarming rate. In the United States, people can be expected to fork over nearly $80,000, as was seen in one case, just to breath after suffering a stroke. People get trapped under oceans of debt, their fees haunting them until their death. I remember having to go to the doctor when my wife had to get surgery for her leg — the bill came out to around $20,000, of which I was responsible for. This was just after I'd been elected for the first time, and I'd only received a few paychecks from the government to cover my personal expenses. I had to borrow from friends and family just to make sure my wife's medical bills were taken care of. It was a truly awful situation, and well up with tears whenever I think about the thousands across Fernão who are not receiving a steady source of income, and may be liable for far greater expenses, many that probably meant the difference between life and death."

"However, all is not lost. Let's turn our gaze towards Norway. Their healthcare is world-class: everyone is covered under the government single-payer plan, they pay little to no copays, and due to the government's high investment in the system, the quality of care is the envy of many in the European region. Think the waiting lists may be too long? No problem — there's always the option to opt-out and receive care in foreign countries."

"This is what we in Fernão need to look towards when crafting our own form of healthcare. For the sake of our elderly parents, ourselves, our children and all in between, this country must adopt single-payer universal healthcare. My party stands firmly behind this policy, and we are prepared to make sure that no one gets buried in debt just to breath."

Viel's remarks come on the heels of an increasing presence in the FD-2 Constituency, with many RGA members coming to stump for him, and Viel himself giving twelve speeches and two town halls in just one week. Plans for him to stump for RGA Senators like Bill Jackson and Ritesh Bell have also been presented by his campaign organisation. Viel was also recently spotted at a textiles factory, where he spoke with both union leaders and the actual workers once they were off their shift. An interviewed worker said, "Yeah, Viel came about five when we were about to leave. He was smiling and he was shaking hands with people." The worker chuckled. "He talked to us about worker's rights and stuff, and he seemed to really be focused on making sure that we were able to unionise and that we weren't subject to, as he put it, 'unfair and inhumane' working conditions."

More coverage regarding this interesting race to come.

by Collatis
Mon May 15, 2017 10:42 pm
 
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BREAKING NEWS: Rachel Kamassi campaigns for RGA-endorsed candidates
Alexander Gouda, Fernão News Network | May 16 2017

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Kamassi at a rally in Fortaleza


- (Fortaleza, Fernão) Rachel Kamassi, the wife of Minority Leader David Bloom, is campaigning for RGA-endorsed candidates across Fernão. Kamassi, who uses her maiden name, is arguably better known than her husband thanks to her career as a broadcast journalist for the Cardeira Reporter, which focuses primarily on human interest and entertainment stories.

Born in Kentang, Elizia, Kamassi moved to Fernão in her youth, primarily to avoid the anti-semitism the family had encountered there. In Fernão, they found a much larger Jewish community and a more tolerant home. Kamassi became the first in her family to go to university when she graduated from the University of Cardeira with a degree in journalism. She started out covering the Fernoan Civil War, before meeting future husband and Senator David Bloom, who was fighting in the war at the time. For several years, Kamassi and Bloom lived a chaotic life, traveling between countries such as Israel, America, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom, with David working as a political adviser, and Kamassi as a reporter. It was during this period that she shifted from current events to human interest stories and the like. After returning to Fernão permanently in 2010, Bloom became involved in the resistance movement once more, while Kamassi got her current job at the Cardeira Reporter. Today, Rachel Kamassi and David Bloom live in Miliband, Fernão with their two children and dog.

Kamassi has made a name for herself as one of the most politically active and vocal spouses of the nation's political leaders. She has so far stumped for Bill Jackson, David Kelth, Grzegorz Brzęczyszczykiewicz, and Alexios Veil, though she plans to additionally campaign for Ritesh Bell, Edmund Clarke, and, obviously, David Bloom.
by House of Judah
Mon May 15, 2017 6:56 pm
 
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Lyons on the Prowl
Leonard Braun, Fernão News Network | May 15 2017

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David Lyons discusses difference between RGA and CU tax plans at town hall in Fortaleza synagogue


David Lyons might not seem very imposing on first glance, but don’t let that fool you: he just might be a campaigning machine. He has spent the past week working his way through Fernão, campaigning for RGA candidates with a schedule that would leave a lesser man weak in the knees. Hosting fifteen town hall events and participating in thirty joint appearances with candidates for local and federal offices, you wouldn’t be wrong to wonder when he has time to sleep. Turns out, it is on the road from one constituency to the next.

“I am gaining a new appreciation for sedans,” joked Lyons when he had time for an interview between events. “They’re a lot easier to sleep in the back of than a jeep or a pick-up.” He would have the experience to know. Lyons has spent the past week being transported around the cities and countryside of Fernão by volunteers with the various campaigns.

“There are a lot of amazing volunteers all over the country,” says Lyons. “We spent a few weeks about a month ago reaching out to them in order to figure out how to make this hectic schedule we came up with work. A family in southern Sarkar offered to host me for the night and one of my staffers joked that it might be more helpful for them to load me in the back of the family car and drive me to the next city. Before the staffer knew it their son offered to do just that and that’s kind of where the whole idea came from. After that, we kind of just started asking volunteers if they could help us get me from event to event and there are a lot of people who have been willing to help.”

He’s already appeared with or on behalf of a host of Red-Green backed candidates, including Shim Seo-yeon, Raghav Kshatriya, Ritesh Bell, Aminah Hadi and David Kelth, and the types of events have been as varied as his modes of transportation. “There was a breakfast event, I remember, at the house of a rabbi in New Faro. I was talking with people about Red-Green welfare policies while we were eating these breakfast sandwiches. They were made with a bagel with a fried egg and lox. I go to take a bite of my sandwich except the yolk wasn’t hard, and all of sudden I just have yellow all over my shirt. I look down and everyone is just kind of quiet for a moment and I say ‘well, at least it’s not on my face,’ and after that we all had a good laugh at my expense the event kept going.”

The main focus Lyons’ campaigning has been Fernão’s extensive Jewish community, one that has for the most part backed left-wing parties like the Red-Green Alliance since the restoration of democratic rule in Fernão. “Turn out,” Lyons responded when asked why he was pushing so hard on a demographic the Red-Green’s are already expected to win handedly. “It’s just not enough for people to support you. They need to come out and vote as well and that is the main thrust of what we’re doing. Turning out our supporters.”

Still, Jews are far from the only ones Lyons has been reaching out to. He’s spoken at two Hindu temples, a mosque and the Fortaleza Islamic Center.

The Islamic Center was probably one of the hardest events to get through. There was definately a lot of anger in the room over my vote on the Foreign Recognition Act. Thinking about it now, there probably was some as well at the mosque but the people were a lot more reluctant to be as in my face about it. The Islamic Center event had originally been scheduled as a discussion on worker rights but almost immediately people tossed that topic aside and all they wanted to talk about was the Foreign Recognition Act. So, I pitched my prepared topic and talked with them about Israel and Palestine and my vision for how to move forward.

“It really is one of the hardest topics in the world to discuss. There’s this sort of tunnel vision that people often get when it comes to the conflict. You’re either with me or you’re against me. You’re on our side or you’re on their side and there’s a lot of times where nuanced views get chided or greeted as just arguments from the other side. Despite that, we were able to talk about it and once people had a chance to vent their frustrations we started get more into the history of the conflict and the issues both Israelis and Palestinians had in the peace process. I think we had some good dialogue and now there are more people out there with a better idea of how each side views their portion of the conflict.”

The road has been long, but Lyons is still going strong. “I’m planning to keep going until the last polling station closes. I’ve got events planned with John Smith, Alexios Viel, Bill Jackson and Edmund Clarke, and another one with Shim Seo-yeon back in Maabara.” Like we said, he might just be a campaigning machine.
by Collatis
Mon May 15, 2017 10:27 am
 
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Opinion: The Third Way - None Of The Above | David Books
David Books, Fernão News Network | May 15 2017

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The two candidates demonstrate their incompetence and lack of integrity


Last election I encouraged you, my readers, to cast a vote for Priscilla Krishnan of the Civic Union. I had examined both candidates' platforms, policies, and promises. I was confident in my belief that a President Krishnan was the best path forward for Fernão. Only a short period later, I am still just as confident in my endorsement as I was then. However, this time I endorse neither candidate. Not Priscilla Krishnan of the Civic Union. Not Jayesh Gadhavi of the Red-Green Alliance. Vote for None Of The Above.

How did I arrive at this conclusion, you may ask. After my high praise for Krishnan last election it may seem strange to see me condemning her along with the socialists. But much has changed since last election. The Priscilla Krishnan I endorsed was a proud centrist. She was not among the reactionaries on the right of the Civic Union, nor did she pretend to be. She embraced neither the right nor the left. I am disappointed to say that this is no longer the case. In order to win the primary against the repugnant right-wing radical Emmanuel Carvallo, Mrs. Krishnan slid to the right so much that I almost expected her to criss-cross and cha-cha real smooth.

With the Civic Union and Priscilla Krishnan's hard shift to the right, one might think to look at Jayesh Gadhavi of the Red-Green Alliance. However, not only does Gadhavi hail from the failed Vig Administration, but both he and his running mate come from the left-wing of the RGA. Socialism has brought many countries to their knees, and I will not let the same fate descend upon Fernão.

With no palatable candidates on the ballot this time around, I encourage you to either spoil your ballot or to write-in a candidate of your choosing. Who should you write-in? That's not for me to decide, but I certainly wouldn't mind being president. Just saying.
by Collatis
Mon May 15, 2017 9:39 am
 
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BREAKING NEWS: Civic Union Senator campaigns for non-existent seat
Alexander Gouda, Fernão News Network | May 15 2017

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Singh being an idiot


- (Fortaleza, Fernão) Amman Singh, a Senator and a member of the Civic Union, has attracted considerable attention by campaigning for a seat that does not exist. The Senator has been campaigning for the seat of "Fortaleza-Samudra". Although Singh does indeed currently hold said seat, it was eliminated during redistricting.

FNN political commentator David Books had this to say, "Well Fortaleza-Samudra had been a district since the days of the old regime. Samudra has historically been much more wealthy and much more conservative than the rest of Fortaleza. When the new government decided to decrease the amount of geographic seats, Fortaleza-Samudra was one of the districts to go. It was absorbed into the FD-4/Fortaleza AL constituency, which is much more of an even playing ground politically, and includes some of the poorest areas in Fernão. Many Samudra citizens have protested against this, and it appears that Mr. Sangh has refused to accept the redistricting as a result."

Due to Singh's refusal to register or campaign for FD-4/Fortaleza AL, the Civic Union has nominated Viliam Zeintek for the new seat. Zeintek is currently locked in a tight race with David Kelth of the Red-Green Alliance. Despite his antics, Singh is expected to receive a list seat after the election.


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by Collatis
Mon May 15, 2017 9:03 am
 
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BREAKING NEWS: Red-Green Alliance endorses candidates for parliamentary elections
Alexander Gouda, Fernão News Network | May 15 2017

- (Fortaleza, Fernão) The Red-Green Alliance, which currently controls the presidency, has made endorsements in several races for the upcoming parliamentary elections. Most of the endorsed candidates hail from the party itself, but the Alliance has also endorsed Grzegorz Brzęczyszczykiewicz of the Union of Anabaptists, who has been an incumbent since winning in a much watched by-election last month. You can see the press release below:

Official Press Release of the Red-Green Alliance


The Red-Green Alliance is proud to release its list of endorsed candidates for the upcoming parliamentary elections:

FD-1: Bill Jackson (RGA) [United City States of Oceania]
FD-2: Alexios Viel (RGA) [Tectonix]
FD-3: John Smith (RGA) [Nation of the People of the Nation]
FD-4/Fortaleza AL: David Kelth (RGA) [Margora]
FD-5: Grzegorz Brzęczyszczykiewicz (UA) [Soviet Canuckistan]
Maabara At-Large: Shim Seo-yeon (RGA) [Malgrave]
NG-1: Edmund Clarke (RGA) [Federated Kingdom]
SA-1: Aminah Hadi (RGA) [Tasimah]
SA-2: Ritesh Bell (RGA) [Roosevetania]
SA-3: David Bloom (RGA) [Collatis]
SA-4: Raghav Kshatriya (RGA) [Tumbra]

Ten to twenty staffers have been sent to each district to help the preferred candidates with their campaigns.


The Red-Green Alliance declined to endorse in the NG-2 constituency, where they have no candidate running. The party is believed to sympathize with Iyasu Isaias Mengistu of the Communist Party of Fernão, the successor to Workers' Struggle, but the increasingly radical stances of the new party leadership appear to have dissuaded them from making an endorsement.
by Roosevetania
Sun May 07, 2017 6:08 pm
 
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1 May, 2017
Edward Bloom Plaza
Fortaleza, Fernão


Senator Ritesh Bell joins the marchers, disappointed that there is such an anti-RGA sentiment. Many people in the crowd heckle him, but many of whom are glad to see a Senator here. He speaks to people in the crowd, and listens to them. He tells them why he's here.

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"I stand with the workers here today," he says. "I am sorry that politicians have let you down and put their benefits and the benefits of the wealthy above yours. I promise, right here, that I will fight for workers' rights, collective bargaining, and a living wage. Workers are the backbone of our nation and our economy! They deserve better!"

On a separate note...

7 May, 2017
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Senator Ritesh Bell, in an interview with FNN's Flanderson Pooper, announces his support for the Fortaleza March For Palestine and that he will participate.

Pooper: "Senator Bell, thank you for being here."

Bell: "Thanks for having me, Flanderson."

Pooper: "Senator, you were at the May Day March on Monday. Why is that?"

Bell: "Well, Flanderson, it's like I said at the march. Workers deserve good working conditions, bargaining rights, and a living wage. I support workers, so I came out to support them. Also, Flanderson, People are unhappy with politicians and think the RGA doesn't care about workers' rights. I thought it was important for me to show them that they still have friends in the Senate."

Pooper: "Do you have any plans for the upcoming weeks?"

Bell: "Like I said, I'm going to try to work with leftists in the Senate to improve workers' rights. I'd also like to announce that I'm participating in in the Fortaleza March For Palestine."

Pooper: "Really? Why is that?"

Bell: "Well, Flanderson, I think this is very important. The Arab and Muslim people in Palestine have been oppressed by Israel for too long. Palestinians have the right to self-governance and home rule. Then when the Senate killed the Foreign Recognition Act and thus refused to recognize Palestine, that was too much and I decided it was time for action."

Pooper: 'Wow, Senator, you're really getting into action on the streets, aren't you? Like we said, on Monday you were at the May Day March."

Bell: "Well, I guess I am, Flanderson. When it's important to you, you take action."

Pooper: "But you're a Senator. It's not as if marching is your only course of action or only way to make change."

Bell: "Well, Flanderson, because we're a republic, we need a majority of Senators to pass legislation. And many Senators refuse to support things such as workers' rights and Palestinian home rule."

Pooper: "Okay, Senator Ritesh Bell, thank you for being here."

Bell: "Thank you, Flanderson."

EDIT: Bell supports Palestinian recognition but will not participate in the march. I just realized they are going to block traffic and get arrested.
by Collatis
Sun May 07, 2017 9:21 am
 
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BREAKING NEWS: May Day protests spread throughout Fortaleza
Alexander Gouda, Fernão News Network | May 1 2017

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May Day protesters march toward the Senate building


- (Fortaleza, Fernão) Left-wing protests have broken out all over Fortaleza after a fiery speech by General Union of Workers leader, Bieito Guerreiro. The protests seem to be primarily directed at the failure of the government to do much to address workers' rights and income inequality.

Top FNN reporter Wake Snapper had a chance to speak with Guerreiro, who had this to say, "Wake, we're marching for the working people of Fernão. For far too long they've been abused, whether it is by oppressive dictators, or by members of the media, such as yourself. Fernoans across the country are marching against this failed government, and against the failed economic system it advocates for." When asked about the reported presence of Luta Operária-affiliated paramilitary groups, Guerreiro was suddenly siphoned away by the crowd. He could not be reached for a follow-up.

The protesters have the stated goal of reaching the Senate building, where they plan to call on the Senate to enact meaningful change. Similar, but smaller, protests have started in Cardeira and Miliband. Reports of violence have been rather minor, but whether there will be an organized response from the police is yet to be seen.
by Collatis
Sun Apr 30, 2017 10:00 am
 
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BREAKING NEWS: North of Fernão residents call on Dannon to disavow "Goatgate" attacks
Alexander Gouda, Fernão News Network | April 30 2017

- (Fortaleza, Fernão) A petition has been gaining traction in the North of Fernão constituency in recent days. The petition calls on Stephen Dannon of the Civic Union, a candidate in the by-election, to disavow and condemn the falsified video of his Union of Anabaptists opponent, Grzegorz Brzęczyszczykiewicz, that has been spreading over the past week. The video claims to depict Brzęczyszczykiewicz engaging in relations with a goat, and has been repeatively proven to be falsified by watchdogs.

The creator of the nascent petition, Peter Bonham, has this to say, "I'm not a very political person. It just occurred to my wife and I that the conduct in this race has so far been disgusting, particularly from shady outside forces. I've always considered myself to be more conservative, and I voted Civic Union last election. However, this attack has really gone too far. The video is obviously and provenly fake, and yet the mainstream media continues to report it as fact. I, and many other Fernoans like me, call on Mr. Dannon to disavow this disgusting partisan attack."

Whether Dannon will respond is yet to be seen.


Update: Some have claimed that it was a sheep. These are lies. It was definitely a goat.
by Collatis
Sun Apr 30, 2017 9:10 am
 
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BREAKING NEWS: "Weird Al" Yankovic releases song in support of Brzęczyszczykiewicz
Alexander Gouda, Fernão News Network | April 30 2017

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Yankovic shows his support for Brzęczyszczykiewicz


- (Fortaleza, Fernão) Alfred Yankovic, more commonly known by the moniker Weird Al, has released a new song in support of Grzegorz Brzęczyszczykiewicz's candidacy in the North of Fernão by-election. Yankovic is a popular parody artist, primarily in the west, who has a surprisingly large following in Fernão.

The song, entitled "Anabaptist Paradise", has already skyrocketed to number one on the Fernoan charts. Yankovic has insisted that the track be distributed throughout North of Fernão free of charge, along with iPods, to allow everyone to enjoy. When asked how he became involved in the North of Fernão by-election, something virtually unknown in the United States, where he currently resides, Yankovic responded "Look, I don't want to get into a history lesson, but Grzegorz and I go way back. He's a great guy, and I know he will serve the people of North of Fernão well. Oh, and make sure to check out 'Anabaptist Paradise'. It really is one of the best songs I've ever made."

The song is not currently available online, and may be limited to a Fernoan release only. However, fans can always listen the song that "Anabaptist Paradise" parodies: "Amish Paradise", another song of Yankovic's.
by Collatis
Sat Apr 29, 2017 11:18 pm
 
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BREAKING NEWS: Minority Leader Bloom Encourages Support for Brzęczyszczykiewicz
Alexander Gouda, Fernão News Network | April 30 2017

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David Bloom greets a senile old man at a Fernoan retirement home


- (Fortaleza, Fernão) David Bloom, Minority Leader of the Senate and Party Administrator of the Red-Green Alliance, encouraged support for the Union of Anabaptists candidate Grzegorz Brzęczyszczykiewicz in the upcoming North of Fernão by-election.

With top FNN reporter Wake Snapper on the scene, Bloom said "I sincerely hope that the people of North of Fernão will select Grzegorz Brzęczyszczykiewicz as their next Senator. Grzegorz is the absolute best man for the job. He will stop at nothing to help the working people of Fernão, and will always be an independent voice in the Senate. Having worked with the Union of Anabaptists frequently over the past months, I can say that, though I may not always agree with them, the party consistently fights for what they believe in, and demonstrates the utmost integrity. Grzegorz will bring that worthy mindset to the Senate as Senator for North of Fernão." The Red-Green Alliance had previously endorsed Brzęczyszczykiewicz's candidacy two days earlier.

Brzęczyszczykiewicz is currently slightly favored to win over Stephan Dannon of the Civic Union.
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