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Merkel's stepping down influence on Poland


Ziemowit 14 | 4,278
18 May 2021 #31
Hasn't Merkel declared once that she is definitely going to leave office after this current term?

Most Germans are Merkelianer one way or anothe

And I am a Merkelianer, too. Here is my favorite picture of Angela Merkel:

merkel
OP Lyzko 45 | 9,275
18 May 2021 #32
The other extreme of course would be Frauke Petry as chancellor and Bjorn Hoecke as president with the ubiquitous Alexander Gauland as Gray, resp. "Brown" Eminence-:)
Tacitus 2 | 1,373
18 May 2021 #33
Deutschland in dem wir gut und gerne leben" behind

Germany experienced a golden age before the Covid crisis, never before have Germans experienced that kind of prosperity and peace, despite facing several severe crisis. And while I can't see the future, it seems that Germany has dealt with the pandemic better than any other mayor European country.

With a robust and stable democracy?

Definetely yes to that one. The two populist parties are polling together with less than 20%, that is really good compared to pretty much any other large country.

happen that a swamp of corruption and nepotism in her own party developed.

This is hardly a fair accusation unless it turns out that Merkel was specifically warned about the activities of those MEPs (many of whom belonged to the CSU, and thus a different party). What we know is some individuals have abused the system, but there is no evidence that there is a systemic problem within the CDU, let alone one that Merkel is responsible for.

Not the best and most skilled

That is something that can be levelled against more or less any politician and it is also not entirely true. Merkel has appointed several competent ministers who often critical of her like Seehoher and Schäuble. Von der Leyen was by all accounts a competent defense minister who inherited a dysfunctional ministry, and just how much culpalbility she has for the vaccine disaster remains to be seen. The different demands from the member states certainly played a large part in it.

You want really more of the same?

Sure, if it means having a competent, respected chancellor who can be trusted with knowing the details and being a tough negotiator. Germans may now be tired of her, but I suspect many will miss her once the next crisis strikes.
Bratwurst Boy 11 | 11,792
18 May 2021 #34
Merkel presided over a golden age which was ushered in by Schröder and his labour and welfare reforms which changed Germany from the sick man in Europe to the motor of Europe (and who paid for that with his re-election).

She did nothing but bask in that glory but missed all important reforms for her own (and no, to phase out clean atom energy to force the citizens to pay the highest prices for energy in the world is not an achievement). Now as that golden age is nearing its end everybody (really Tacitus) can see now that we are losing the leadership and even the connection to the most modern technologies and developments (industry, digitalization, education only to name a few)....

Yes, that golden age ends now, but it wasn't of her doing in the first place and she did do nothing to bring on the next one!
mafketis 36 | 10,785
18 May 2021 #35
Germany has dealt with the pandemic better than any other mayor European country.

Even with the terrible EU vaccine foul up (thanks, Ursula!) The UK was able to act much more quickly and decisively in terms of vaccinations (despite some bad missteps in other areas).
Novichok 5 | 7,712
18 May 2021 #36
by all accounts a competent defense minister who inherited a dysfunctional ministry,

...easily explained when a country is on the American military welfare.

it seems that Germany has dealt with the pandemic better than any other mayor European country.

...but a lot worse than Albania and Honduras.
Seem? Not sure, right?
Tacitus 2 | 1,373
18 May 2021 #37
despite some bad missteps in other areas).

Whether or not those missteps carry more weight remains to be seen, since the pandemic is not over nothing can be said with certainty. It is a fact that the UK bungled its initial response despite having more time to prepare, and as a result more people died and the eventual harsh shutdown caused a deeper recession than elsewhere.
Dirk diggler 10 | 4,602
18 May 2021 #38
never before have Germans experienced that kind of prosperity and peace,

Sure - I guess all the "cultural enrichment" from Germany's new migrants aka Merkel's "doctors and engineers" pales in comparison to the Soviet invasion or the bombing of Dresden.

competent, respected chancellor

An obese childless woman with a gender bending ward robe way past her prime who like other old white liberal women in her cohort get involved in politics and or activism as a coping mechanism and replacement for being single, lonely and childless - usually in the form of chastising white Christian Europeans and promoting a brown and black deluge i.e. Black Lives Matter, "we can do this," critical race theory, etc.
OP Lyzko 45 | 9,275
18 May 2021 #39
...bending over backward to make awkward amends for her country's admittedly heinous and shameful treatment of others in her recent past! Closest thing y'all are gonna see as an apology from Germany in this lifetime.
Novichok 5 | 7,712
18 May 2021 #40
amends for her country's admittedly heinous and shameful treatment of others

...by inviting hordes of foreign scum that will never leave but will multiply like NY rats. Makes perfect sense in Lyzkoland.
OP Lyzko 45 | 9,275
18 May 2021 #41
Well Rich, short of saying "WE'RE SORRY!", which naturally will always fall far, far short, what do you suggest there, smart ass? Over seventy-odd years back seems like yesterday's news, pal, and NOT yesterday's snow-:)
Tacitus 2 | 1,373
19 May 2021 #42
We had two refugee crisis before, in 1945 and 1990 and both haf a significantly larger impact on our lifes than the one from 2015.The Covid pandemic has shown that the refugee crisis was ultimately irrelevant in the large scale of thing. Nobody cares about it anymore, which is why the AfD has been bleeding votes.
Bratwurst Boy 11 | 11,792
19 May 2021 #43
That could be reversed very quickly if the Greens come into a position to open the borders, as their party program promises.
Till now across Europe every overly immigrant friendly city, town and state government was downvoted at the next elections (aka Rechtsruck).

Say Tacitus, are you really satisfied with the goings in Germany? Everything alright as it should be?
Tacitus 2 | 1,373
19 May 2021 #44
Of course not, there is always room for improvement, but I can still appreciate what we have.
Crow 155 | 9,030
19 May 2021 #45
Duda now hold Merkel for the tits, his both hands extended and full. She is absolutely deranged due to pressure of circumstances in Europe and world.

Imminent sex would be wild.
Dirk diggler 10 | 4,602
19 May 2021 #46
Nobody cares about it anymore, which is why the AfD has been bleeding votes.

Just wait till things gradually open up and Germans are back to experiencing "spontaneous cultural enrichment" on a regular basis
Novichok 5 | 7,712
19 May 2021 #47
Of course not, there is always room for improvement, but I can still appreciate what we have.

That's what the inmates say, too.
Just curious..."Improvement" means fewer "refugees" or more of them?

"spontaneous cultural enrichment"

They can be enriched all they want. Just don't try to share...and keep 'em home, a-holes.
Tacitus 2 | 1,373
19 May 2021 #48
Every day I wake up and think: If only we had fewer refugees, our life would be so much better.

That and gay marriage, those guys are really having an impact on my life.
Novichok 5 | 7,712
19 May 2021 #49
those guys are really having an impact on my life.

Because their numbers are low, hence, low impact. Big numbers, big impact. Duh!
Every day before I wake up, I dream that the PF German weasels will take a stand on ANYTHING. Sure,...

Hey, Tac, what impact did climate change have on you? And how much did the climate change in Germany? No adjectives, adverbs, or weasel crap, please.
Crow 155 | 9,030
19 May 2021 #50
Rumors says Lenin was receiver to Trozki. Merkel receive from all. Poor woman turn to be global w****.
Dirk diggler 10 | 4,602
19 May 2021 #51
Every day I wake up and think: If only we had fewer refugees, our life would be so much better.

I guess we're alike then, when I wake up and have to drive to the city I think if we only had less non-white people, then I wouldn't have to drive around with a handgun in worrying someone is going to try to steal my benz

That and gay marriage, those guys are really having an impact on my life.

It will once you start sending your kids to school for brainwashing
Tacitus 2 | 1,373
19 May 2021 #52
what impact did climate change have on you

Quite a lot, especially the heat waves are just terrible and are only getting worse from now on.
Crnogorac3 4 | 786
19 May 2021 #53
Duda now hold Merkel for the tits

Imminent sex

Crow let's face it, the reason you write so much about this is that you probably never saw what a vagina even looks like in real life.
Bratwurst Boy 11 | 11,792
19 May 2021 #54
Every day before I wake up, I dream that the PF German weasels will take a stand on ANYTHING. Sure,...

You are really obsessed with us!

That can't be healthy...

then I wouldn't have to drive around with a handgun in worrying someone is going to try to steal my benz

That's funny because I don't drive around with a handgun worrying someone tries to steal my benz. That rather sounds YOU have a problem, not us?
Novichok 5 | 7,712
19 May 2021 #55
Quite a lot, especially the heat waves are just terrible and are only getting worse from now on.

But not any worse than in Dresden so get used to it.

Still don't like it? Call Xi and ask for another pandemic. This one did wonders for global warming.
Tacitus 2 | 1,373
19 May 2021 #56
But not any worse than in Dresden

You are making even less sense than normally.
Ziemowit 14 | 4,278
20 May 2021 #57
You are really obsessed with us!

Not really. He is obsessed with his own obsessions.
Novichok 5 | 7,712
20 May 2021 #58
obsessions.

I have only two that never leave me...(1) Why the US would waste half a million of its finest men liberating that sh*ithole known as Europe with its -isms then and (2) defend you, Muslim loving morons, now while at the same being overrun by the Latino scum from the South.

All the other obsessions are derivatives of those two - number three being the spinelessness of the PF Germans and the Jew.
Others, like you, z-hole, are just small pebbles in the shoe or wet farts, if you like that analogy better.
Bratwurst Boy 11 | 11,792
20 May 2021 #59
If we were spineless, shouldn't we have already long folded to your wisdom and agreed with your unflappable opinions?

But it seems the longer we stay contrary and dare to argument differently the more...erm...grumpy you become?

What is your definition of "spinelessnes"?
Dirk diggler 10 | 4,602
20 May 2021 #60
What is your definition of "spinelessnes"?

See the cucked priest in the background:

youtube.com/watch?v=NMjV2tf55wc

An imam reading the koran in a Christian church.... only in the spineless countries of western europe... You'd never see that in Poland that's for sure...

Or the britcucks punishing soldiers who don't want to take a dna altering vaxx looking to deem them "unfit to soldier" for not going along with the crowd of sheep

rt.com/uk/524286-vaccine-military-refuse-punishment/


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