Democracy in Bavaria

The following video shows some of the questionable practices of the CSU — the Bavarian sister party of Angela Merkel’s CDU — during the current election campaign.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

00:00   I’ve just experienced a surprised. A “surprise” in quotation marks
00:05   as we all know. The CSU pastes their campaign posters over the undamaged AfD
00:09   posters. Here’s the proof.
00:15   The poster is absolutely intact, we can see the edges.
00:19   It is absolutely intact and just pasted over. What we see here is the CSU’s
00:24   heightened democratic awareness. Of course I will put this back properly,
00:29   as it should be. It is not only the AfD that the CSU that has something against.
00:35   They have something against other parties too, for example… what do
00:39   we have here? The Courage for Bavaria Party.
00:43   So this is the CSU’s understanding of democracy in Bavaria.
 

5 thoughts on “Democracy in Bavaria

  1. Franz, Duke of Bavaria would make a great King. He is a brilliant witty fellow, fairly conservative though he is one of the world’s greatest collector’s of modern art. He and his family were fiercely anti-Nazi and he was in Dachau and other concentration camps by the age of ELEVEN. He is rather old but could establish his constitutional monarchy, break away from ‘Germany’ and pass on the Monarchy to his next in lines.

  2. What is seriously dangerous is that after the upcoming elections, the CSU could form a (black/green) coalition government with the GREENS, meaning that a very very very very very “green” (euphemism for blood red….or even “brown”) candidate (female) would then become Deputy Leader.
    As they say: BE AFRAIIIIID BE VERY AFRAIIIIID. (<<<<<< hoping that one of my old compatriots will read this warning).

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