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Entertainment split land

01:00  28 september  2022
01:00  28 september  2022 Source:   rp-online.de

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Berlin. How does politics deal with the numerous crises? Does it offer the right solutions? In the dispute over party profiles, she must not lose sight of people. Because the worries are real.

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it is bubbling. You can already see it regularly on the streets in Thuringia, Saxony-Anhalt and Saxony on Mondays. And in contrast to the notorious anti -Corona walks, they are not only right -wing thinkers who breathe their displeasure. But people who demonstrate out of fear of the future: out of concern about inflation, exorbitantly rising energy costs, fear of spreading the Ukraine War to their own country.

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and there are other evidence: The (still) left politician Sahra Wagenknecht moved from seventh place in the Insa opinion trend of the "Bild" newspaper to fourth place, past Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) and Federal Minister of Economics Robert Habeck (Greens) . And Wagenknecht does not owe her to the left party. But she gave a speech in the Bundestag in which it accuses the federal government to "break an unprecedented economic war against our most important energy supplier". Since then she has enjoyed increasing popularity. But it is not always Russia -friendly supporters, Wagenknecht has hit a social point rather: do we do the sanctions more than they use in the fight against Russia?

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Further statement: The AfD, without charismatic leadership, experiences a quiet but steady return nationwide in surveys. At 13 or 14 percent, the right party is now on the values ​​of 2020 at several survey institutes, and in the east it is currently the strongest force. The party rely on the fact that a "hot autumn" could give it further boost with loud protests against the federal government's energy and Russia policy.

The worries of the traffic lights before a "hot autumn" is quite large. Chancellor Olaf Scholz sees the explosive force, especially in the east and refers to bank statements that 40 percent of customers have no savings - so rapidly increasing energy bills are badly affected. Prevention, Scholz warns that dissatisfaction with energy and Ukraine policy, for example, is therefore not only found on the two extreme wings of the political spectrum, but also among the supporters of the middle parties. For this reason alone, you have to take the fears seriously. Right, politics has to. But not by fiddling with further fears before a third of World War II, like recently SPD boss Lars Klingbeil or before the influx of refugees, as CDU boss Friedrich Merz, in particular.

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The problem is rather: the traffic light coalition is not currently strengthening trust in politics. Warnings of bad conditions in winter alternate with half -baked recipes, which you then have to roll up again, see gas surcharge - there is chaos. One can encounter the concerns of people without falling into populism. Defense of one's own values, the task of political holy cows such as the nuclear phase -out or debt brake, restrict political budgets to the essentials - and honesty. If the country opens up to a gas price lid, it will fall down elsewhere. Time that someone tells that quickly. The best of the Chancellor himself.

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