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User avatar #13 - paddypancake (04/28/2015) [-]
SPD: I haven't really made up my opinion on nuclear energy in germany yett. I think there is alot fighting against nuclear energy more as a principle rather than a decision based on looking at all sorts of factors. I think thats wrong but i can't say nuclear is good in the way its being used in germany without having looked at the bad sides (like how good is waste management and the general situation in germany with nuclear power) of it yet. My problem is that they seem to slowly turn into a second CDU.
Grüne: Yeah i think having a pro enviorment position is a good thing but im not certain about their ways of doing it being good. I haven't read about these boycotts yet so depending on that my position towards them might worse.
Linke: Totally agree with you there
CSU: I haven't seen a reason to call them Nazis but i tend to disagree with these guys. Also i really dislike Seehofer
CDU: Yeah first of all i disagree with the idea of having religion being a factor in our politics/law/and so on. On top of that it seems like they, and especially Merkel, seem to try to avoid actually taking positions on various topics. It seems like they try to please such a big mass that they are paranoid about somehow loosing voters.
FDP: Yeah i agree with you there. But they are becoming insignificant rather quickly.
AFD: Yeah i think they are some form of less extreme NPD.
MLPD: Well i don't like communism as a whole and even though i haven't really looked at the MLPD but i think i wouldn't like to have them not im power even if that would mean that busdrivers get a bit less money. Also I wouldn't trust politicans to not break our economy if such a law passes.
#23 - dangerface (04/28/2015) [-]
Nuclear energy has two grat pros in my opinion: first we don't have to import gas from russia or the third world. France and as far as I know the Chech Republic have enough uranium. Second it is (debatebly I give you) a bit cleaner than coal. I am the only guy I know in favor for nuclear energy, so I know this is a minority position. My problem is only that the options Germany has when they turn of nuclear Energy NOW, they either have to produce more energy with gas, which has to be imported by russia or coal, which is incredibly more dirty. OR they import energy from france or the Chech Republic, who produce their energy with Nuclear Power Plants, which would be stupid in short-term.
SPD: The movement you discribe is actually the other way around: minimum wage was for years a SPD position - made real under CDU chancellorship. Abolishing the draft has been an SPD position as well - CDU chancellorship did it. More Kindergardens, so women can work? That is a very left opinion, but still - CDU chancellorship made it. The two reasons the AFD exists are in my opinion, that the FDP lost their voters and the left-movement of the CDU.
CSU: the Nazi claim is something every classical right party has to deal with back here even if it is debatable whether Nazis where (and are) really that far on the right. Seehofer is a populist par excelence, not thinking about the federation but only about his "Homeland" Bavaria. . Populism is always a bit extremist, and he is a right-wing populist.
MLPD: I don't think that they would even know what to do with a mandate, I just thought, that Busdrivers should get more money. My Land has some problem with NPD, so every vote for a small party is one vote against the NPD.

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User avatar #11 - paddypancake (04/28/2015) [-]
I guess the most similar party would be Die Linke. Though i'm at a similar position, either i disagree with the parties (AFD,FDP,CDU, or i don't really get to like them because for everything i agree with them they put something up i disagree with (Linke, Grüne, SPD). For example I'm rather on the left side but after hearing Sabine Zimmermann claim that Germany needs a 50% affirmative action rate for women and and claims that she is generous about not wanting 51% I kinda doubt what i want to vote for. Yeah also the Wahl-O-Mat is a much worse tool for getting a proper result on what you agree with i think.
#12 - dangerface (04/28/2015) [-]
SPD was in favor for leaving nuclear energy - that was too soon in my opinion
Grüne are boycotting many grand building programms, costing us millions
Linke: half of them are intelectual left and half of them are anarchistic scum not to mention shoutouts like "poland mobilized first, germany only defended itself"
CSU: Nazis in christian clothing
CDU: Let's put god in our "consttution" which is not my only, but my greatest no-go
FDP: That's against the economy, which is BLASPHEMY
AFD: Europe sucks! Everything was better before people trustet germany!

Last Landtagswahl was MLPD Marx-Lenin-Party for me, because they wantet to give politicians only as much money as Busdrivers earn. As far as I know Busdriver is a shitty job and we all know that such a law would skyrocket the busdrivers' wage the second plus is the NPD won't get in the parliament that way
User avatar #13 - paddypancake (04/28/2015) [-]
SPD: I haven't really made up my opinion on nuclear energy in germany yett. I think there is alot fighting against nuclear energy more as a principle rather than a decision based on looking at all sorts of factors. I think thats wrong but i can't say nuclear is good in the way its being used in germany without having looked at the bad sides (like how good is waste management and the general situation in germany with nuclear power) of it yet. My problem is that they seem to slowly turn into a second CDU.
Grüne: Yeah i think having a pro enviorment position is a good thing but im not certain about their ways of doing it being good. I haven't read about these boycotts yet so depending on that my position towards them might worse.
Linke: Totally agree with you there
CSU: I haven't seen a reason to call them Nazis but i tend to disagree with these guys. Also i really dislike Seehofer
CDU: Yeah first of all i disagree with the idea of having religion being a factor in our politics/law/and so on. On top of that it seems like they, and especially Merkel, seem to try to avoid actually taking positions on various topics. It seems like they try to please such a big mass that they are paranoid about somehow loosing voters.
FDP: Yeah i agree with you there. But they are becoming insignificant rather quickly.
AFD: Yeah i think they are some form of less extreme NPD.
MLPD: Well i don't like communism as a whole and even though i haven't really looked at the MLPD but i think i wouldn't like to have them not im power even if that would mean that busdrivers get a bit less money. Also I wouldn't trust politicans to not break our economy if such a law passes.
#23 - dangerface (04/28/2015) [-]
Nuclear energy has two grat pros in my opinion: first we don't have to import gas from russia or the third world. France and as far as I know the Chech Republic have enough uranium. Second it is (debatebly I give you) a bit cleaner than coal. I am the only guy I know in favor for nuclear energy, so I know this is a minority position. My problem is only that the options Germany has when they turn of nuclear Energy NOW, they either have to produce more energy with gas, which has to be imported by russia or coal, which is incredibly more dirty. OR they import energy from france or the Chech Republic, who produce their energy with Nuclear Power Plants, which would be stupid in short-term.
SPD: The movement you discribe is actually the other way around: minimum wage was for years a SPD position - made real under CDU chancellorship. Abolishing the draft has been an SPD position as well - CDU chancellorship did it. More Kindergardens, so women can work? That is a very left opinion, but still - CDU chancellorship made it. The two reasons the AFD exists are in my opinion, that the FDP lost their voters and the left-movement of the CDU.
CSU: the Nazi claim is something every classical right party has to deal with back here even if it is debatable whether Nazis where (and are) really that far on the right. Seehofer is a populist par excelence, not thinking about the federation but only about his "Homeland" Bavaria. . Populism is always a bit extremist, and he is a right-wing populist.
MLPD: I don't think that they would even know what to do with a mandate, I just thought, that Busdrivers should get more money. My Land has some problem with NPD, so every vote for a small party is one vote against the NPD.

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