World’s Youngest Leader Elected In Austria – Vows To Destroy ‘New World Order’

The world’s youngest world leader, 31-year-old Sebastian Kurz, has vowed to destroy the New World Order and leave the European Union.

The Austrian foreign minister and leader of Austria’s People’s Party declared victory in the national election on Sunday after over 90 percent of the ballots had been counted.

Kurz, an anti-immigrant and eurosceptic Conservative, said: ‘I would, of course, like to form a stable government. If that cannot be done then there are other options,’ adding that he planned to consult with all parties but would first wait for a count of postal ballots that begins on Monday.

Kurz wants to slash Austria’s red tape and has repeatedly said during his campaign that the Austrian people are sick of ‘New World Order globalist policies by EU elites’ – which he says he will end when elected.

Dailymail.co.uk reports: As well as his pledge on payouts to migrants, Kurz wants to slash Austria’s red tape and keep the EU out of national affairs.

At 31, Kurz is young even by the standards of Europe’s recent youth movement, which saw Macron enter the Elysee Palace at the age of 39 and Christian Lindner, 38, lead Germany’s liberal Free Democrats (FDP) back into the Bundestag.

Kurz and Lindner showed that young new faces can inject dynamism into old establishment parties that have lost their way with voters.

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