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Horst Seehofer, the Bavarian with the thousand personalities, one of them the CSU Chairman, wants to make 2013 into a “golden year”. Seehofer means by this that Merkel (i.e. and therefore the CDU) will again be Chancellor. At its Party Congress in Hannover, the party approved a paper entitled “A strong Germany – Opportunities for all” which brings their economic and socio-political ideas to a common denominator. The programme reads as surprisingly as Horst Seehofer himself always is, and it shows that the CDU has changed its opinion by 180 degrees on four points, such as Merkel abolishing compulsory military service, which for a long time was considered essential for the defence of the country. In addition, the CDU also addressed the “energy revolution” and cooked up out of its indecision a broth that is more corrosive than nuclear sludge and more permanent in its effects than nuclear waste, and for which the people of this country will eventually have to pay.

In the course of the self-adulation in Hannover, this unassuming place where Merkel & Co. met, to dream also of enough votes in the parliament in the first Landtag election of the year 2013 (in January), the CDU also presented its long amended opinion on the subject of the minimum wage and their opinion on the subject of middle schools, which must actually seem very frightening to the CDU mandarins and their spin-doctors. But alas, also the middle school is now in vogue, after all, the voting sheep of tomorrow will not necessarily need to be so well-educated. This would also be suitable for more immigrants, who the CDU wants to allow in, seeking to establish the “lived culture of welcome” by creating a special point of contact for immigrants. Town halls would have to see themselves as "Welcome centres" and provide help with all legal issues. In the CDU, it was said a few years ago that such a decision by the party would have been inconceivable. Just as inconceivable that the FDP might jump the 5% hurdle jump and once again be involved in the government of Germany. Although the FDP also issued a kind of manifesto and several promises, which are hardly worth mentioning, the FDP is still speculating about jumping onto the running board of the band-wagon that might bring about the 3rd Merkel Cabinet. The question of what might bring the FDP to such a decision is quickly answered: It simply wants to be in on the act. This is all that it can do. Questions remain however as to the coalition partner of the CDU, or in other words Mrs. Merkel: The CDU/CSU has been so wonderfully vague for years, and has set its heart on nothing, so why is it committing itself so strongly to 2013? Because some sort of plan or programme is essential? Because the other parties, even the pirates and the Left have one too? Because all of the beautiful drivel is so wonderfully distracting from the actual problems, such as the lack of reform due to the Euro crisis, the devaluation of the Euro due to mistaken Euro rescue measures, the inability of the government to act positively in the struggle for budget sovereignty of the Germans, who now stand surety for about half of Europe.

Somehow the CDU/CSU seem not to have taken any of these ideas on board. The delegates elected Angela Merkel with such an overwhelming majority (97.94%) that even her rival Steinbrück (he received 93.45 % of the votes) must have paled at the result.

The SPD also celebrated in Hannover, for the same reason as the CDU/CSU, because they are covetously eyeing votes in the election of Lower Saxony and once again dreaming of a Red-Green coalition. Steinbrück, who also filled his Party Conference, or his exercise in self-adulation, with the mandatory long applause, still has a few nuts to crack: He must explain well why he withdrew from the heroic bank rescue, which before the Party Congress was held up as the sole purpose of the Social Democrats. And a “world economist” such as he will have seen that the Euro cannot be saved, and that the restructuring of Europe, as long intended by Eurocrats, can only take place to the detriment of the purchasing power of the Euro. The Euro rescue and the bank rescue can therefore be nothing but a failure – especially since these issues have little at all to do with social democracy. What would the founding fathers say about such misconduct? Therefore, and because the high fees are still not forgotten and the uses still not resolved, there must be a new direction, a new slogan for the election, and therefore it is clear that the social considerations are not enough: the renaissance of the social market economy, the tax increases, the strengthening of local authorities, the minimum wage and affordable housing – the “We” that Germany needs once again.

Of course the delegates clap for Steinbrück, and for statisticians it may be interesting that the Social Democrats held out two minutes longer than the Christian Democrats, to pay homage to the speech of the ringleader. A pity that the Greens also proved themselves well-versed in this practice, and amidst the plethora of information it was forgotten above all that Claudia Roth has no more rabbits to pull out of the hat, because the Greens have long since become one of the entangled parties which are dependent on backroom deals and whose influence is waning rather than waxing. The Greens are considered as a possible partner for the SPD, although they are also their biggest competitor when it comes to votes. Red and Green, actually in conflict, have in recent years merged so much in colour that it is hardly possible to differentiate between them.

Otherwise, it should be noted: the delegates of all parties came together for a little mutual encouragement, and to grant their blessing to their future Chancellor. All simply part of the agenda. All at the cost of the taxpayer. All simply expensive play-acting, which goes to show only that however the election of the Chancellor goes, whether Red-Green, Black-Yellow, Black-Red – no government can change anything about the inhuman, money-devaluation policy, which is transforming Europe and turning the Germans into slaves, with impoverished old people and hopeless young people. And it does not matter whether the only party which finds something basically wrong about this – the Left, have now allied themselves to the Reds, simply to have hand in government, or to form a Red-Green-Left coalition. Because for such a colourful coalition to be able to get out of all treaties and agreements is so revolutionary that it is not in the German nature. Unfortunately.

It is uncertain what will become of the pirates. They met in Neumünster under the slogan “Making the way for change” and their main concern is with themselves. They must first find their way to a party form, even while the election battle is raging. The pirates have as yet no delegates, each member may decide about everything. But still 1450 pirates travelled to Neumünster to legitimise their new leaders. And still they asked questions, such as about the sense of the transfer procedure of the pension system, and spoke out against right-wing extremism – so we know at least who will not be voting for them.

Looking forward to the election of the Chancellor in 2013, the issue which will occupy the attention of the media, the Alliance for Democracy calls on the people to go to the polling stations, but to spoil their ballot papers. Alternatively it would be desirable if all the votes went to the pirates. Anything else would be the last resort.
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