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May 14, 2019



Some successful coalitions in some states don't mean anything for the whole country. "What belongs to the village remains in the village." Both CDU/CSU and the Green Party would have to swallow several ugly toads in the Bundestag - and why should the Greens repeat the giant mistake of the SPD that led to her decline? The CSU will probably sharpen their image as an alternative to the AFD and how could they row backwards then and accept green demands? In deed, I'm expecting a strong polarization in the coming preelection for the next Bundestag. Maybe the FDP can profit from this polarization and be the king-maker again. For Red-Red-Green.


Lindner is a jerk, but I don't see him doing anything to advance the fortunes of dieLinke.

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