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  • aRat
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    Originally posted by theMathematician View Post
    aRat stanning for an elitist party #richkidz !
    Read again. I shamed CDU in my post.

    CDU (just like all conservative parties ) is for the benefit of the rich and powerful while liberal parties have the benefit of all of society in mind.

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  • theMathematician
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    aRat stanning for an elitist party #richkidz !

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  • aRat
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    Originally posted by Rihab View Post
    Poll update:

    CDU / CSU 22% (-4)
    SPD 22% (+3)
    Green Party 20% (+1)
    AfD 11% (=)
    FDP 10% (-1)
    The Left 6% (-1)

    Source: Forschungsgruppe Wahlen / ZDF

    3 parties virtually tied for first place, I don‘t think I‘ve ever seen this before.
    SPD and Greens sweeties you're doing amazing.

    CDU bombing phew. I was born to enjoy and cherish their failure.

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  • theMathematician
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    I never followed him precisely pre-Covid, but I liked his role during the Covid pandemic. He perfectly did what opposition is supposed to do: observe, criticize and make suggestions for improvement. And he always did so in a poised way, while the government seemed so clueless for months (especially late 20/early 21). I mean: Coming up with a new incidence rate as goal doesn't really scream competency to me.

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  • stevyy
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    Originally posted by theMathematician View Post

    What? No, Lindner is da best!
    why would you think that? He is so arrogant and his policies are the worst. I just watched the heute show.

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  • theMathematician
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    Originally posted by stevyy View Post

    I hate the FDP so much. God. Lindner is the worst.
    What? No, Lindner is da best!

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  • stevyy
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    Originally posted by Rihab View Post
    Poll update:

    CDU / CSU 22% (-4)
    SPD 22% (+3)
    Green Party 20% (+1)
    AfD 11% (=)
    FDP 10% (-1)
    The Left 6% (-1)

    Source: Forschungsgruppe Wahlen / ZDF

    3 parties virtually tied for first place, I don‘t think I‘ve ever seen this before.
    I hate the FDP so much. God. Lindner is the worst.

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  • stevyy
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    The Rezo effect after a rather tame Zerstörungs-video. Can't wait to see the CDU drop below 15% after part 2.

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  • Rihab
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    Poll update:

    CDU / CSU 22% (-4)
    SPD 22% (+3)
    Green Party 20% (+1)
    AfD 11% (=)
    FDP 10% (-1)
    The Left 6% (-1)

    Source: Forschungsgruppe Wahlen / ZDF

    3 parties virtually tied for first place, I don‘t think I‘ve ever seen this before.

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  • LittleLinda
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    Originally posted by theMathematician View Post
    So why is it between Laschet, Scholz and Baerbock when in each of their parties, there are more popular politicians?
    This is true, though. Each of those choices seem almost self-sabotaging.
    And neither of them fall into the “unpopular with the people, but more competent than the popular choice” category.

    Especially Laschet is a horrible choice. If I was a CDU voter that would through me into a tailspin… total catch-22 situation.

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  • Rihab
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    Originally posted by Airwrecka View Post
    Timmy for chancellor!!!
    Women, gays, poc, foreigners, liberals, socialists, conservatives, jews, muslims, other religious minorities, poor people and people with brains say NO.

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  • aRat
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    Originally posted by Airwrecka View Post
    Timmy for chancellor!!!
    Do we really want 1939-1945 to repeat?

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  • AceReject
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    Timmy for chancellor!!!

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  • theMathematician
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    So why is it between Laschet, Scholz and Baerbock when in each of their parties, there are more popular politicians? Harms concludes that all of them basically got there due to stubbornness. Others had competency and popularity; they had awareness of power, tactics and strong companions within their parties.
    Last edited by theMathematician; Tue August 24, 2021, 21:30.

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  • theMathematician
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    Regarding your first part: Totally agreed. I mean, as much as it's socially accepted to laugh about Bavaria or Saxony, they are always high in the educational ranking. Unlike e.g. Berlin, which follows all of those educational trends and still keeps on getting dumber and dumber, apparently.

    It's true that educational politics are the federal states' jobs.

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  • stevyy
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    The thing is... about schools, that inclusion has failed. Students become dumber and dumber. Today's Abiturienten were Hauptschüler in the 1980s.

    The greens cannot mandate any new laws for the school system. The Länder decide on that.

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  • stevyy
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    Originally posted by theMathematician View Post
    Yes they can. The more heterogenous a class is, the more work it means for the teacher. Just ask your older colleagues about what's changed since inclusion became a thing in their classes. You need more time for documentation, lesson planning and communication with all kinds of people, yet the teaching load didn't get lowered. Imagine what a fun it would be if you had to write a whole text for each student in their school report because the Greens decided that marks are discriminating or some ish!
    the system has collapsed a long time ago. all parties are to blame... (least the greens).

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  • theMathematician
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    Yes they can. The more heterogenous a class is, the more work it means for the teacher. Just ask your older colleagues about what's changed since inclusion became a thing in their classes. You need more time for documentation, lesson planning and communication with all kinds of people, yet the teaching load didn't get lowered. Imagine what a fun it would be if you had to write a whole text for each student in their school report because the Greens decided that marks are discriminating or some ish!

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  • stevyy
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    Originally posted by theMathematician View Post
    I'm not sure whether you could single out conservative parties as the bad ones. I would say that every party with governmental responsibility has got some dirty business going on in the background. The Greens wouldn't be too different from that.
    If I was working as a teacher at the moment, I wouldn't vote for the Greens for one particular yet important reason: Their agenda will increase your work load, yet decrease your chance to stand up against children who disturb your class or parents who believe that you treated their little prince unfairly. They don't want teachers but 'learning assistants'. Please read their election's schedule's section on education in detail and ask yourself whether you want all of that!
    I never vote for the greens. I'm liberal. Greens cannot increase the workload for teachers, bc teachers can decide how many hours per week they want to work.

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  • theMathematician
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    I'm not sure whether you could single out conservative parties as the bad ones. I would say that every party with governmental responsibility has got some dirty business going on in the background. The Greens wouldn't be too different from that.
    If I was working as a teacher at the moment, I wouldn't vote for the Greens for one particular yet important reason: Their agenda will increase your work load, yet decrease your chance to stand up against children who disturb your class or parents who believe that you treated their little prince unfairly. They don't want teachers but 'learning assistants'. Please read their election's schedule's section on education in detail and ask yourself whether you want all of that!

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  • stevyy
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    Originally posted by theMathematician View Post
    I love his blue hair. I'm waiting for his take on the Greens though...
    The greens are not in the government... and still he mentioned Baerbock's doodoo...

    In comparison to the CDU (AFD and FDP) the greens are quite harmless.

    I know you were probably raised anti-liberal and that's OK. But if you watch his video... you too must look at that party and must feel shocked. I hope you are not one of those who refuses to watch it bc it uncovers real dangerous, illegal and shitty stuff about the conservative parties in Germany.

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  • stevyy
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    Originally posted by aRat View Post

    King. He is looking a bit cute too

    This was soo tame though. There is lots more that needs to be dragged (like the whole pandemic handling)
    part 2, baby. I love that he destroyed Miss Klöckner btw. That Bish is a MONSTER.

    I am so relieved that he is at it again and helping the youth to not vote for the CDU.

    At the end of part 1, I actually had tears in my eyes.

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  • aRat
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    Originally posted by stevyy View Post
    REZO did it. OMG. KING. SLAY. YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASSSSSSSSSSSSSSS. The prophet came thru, went in and destroyed some more.


    King. He is looking a bit cute too

    This was soo tame though. There is lots more that needs to be dragged (like the whole pandemic handling)

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  • theMathematician
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    I love his blue hair. I'm waiting for his take on the Greens though...

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  • stevyy
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    If people still vote for the CDU, they are probably rotten pieces of sh!t and have no soul.

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