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Moreover, any overly long chancellorship leads to distortions, hardenings, democratic impositions. Even the best chancellor, who has been in power for too long, becomes the worst head of government.
However, the fact that a politician without charisma won power in Germany and has been in power for more than 16 years now, precisely because she has no charisma, which is confused with reliability in Germany, says a lot about the state of the country. It seems that the Germans have an aversion to politics within them and therefore want someone at the head of their state who reliably and without burden solves the problems of the state for them.
In order to disguise the panicked and unprofessional actions of the Federal Government, the "welcome culture" was invented with great media power and all those who continued to talk about reality were defamed as "rights", because right-wing was now synonymous with right-wing extremists.
The Corona pandemic uncovers the chancellor's failure even mercilessly, even if it is hidden and over-frozen by the media loyal to Merkel until recently .... The Chancellor bears personal responsibility for the vaccination disaster and the resulting health and economic consequences, because at her request the Brussels EU administration was entrusted with the acquisition of the vaccine. Again, according to common patterns, reality is being fought as a right-wing conspiracy, this time as vaccination nationalism.
The country needs a chancellor who takes a firm view of reality and acts in accordance with political rationalism, who first and foremost feels his responsibility towards the German people.
originally posted by: Wide-Eyes
originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: F2d5thCavv2
In Germany, 'right-wing' carries a different connotation than in the USA.
No it doesn't.
You might think it does but it doesn't.
originally posted by: lakenheath24
Does it mention she is cozying up to Russia to get their natural gas? So much for that Paris accord Ange.
With the energy transition and the Renewable Energy Act, the Chancellor created some extremely happy EEG millionaires on the one hand and the highest energy prices in Europe for the people on the other. In order to preserve the facade of correct decision making, the energy costs are capped in an amendment of the EC, but the finance minister is now paying off the further price increases from tax revenue, so that the citizen does not notice it and the acceptance of renewable energies is growing among the population.