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"Democracy" is just the newest buzzword the WEFers (World's Evilest Fuckers) use to try to retain whatever power they can. When the voters choose the 'wrong' candidate -- as they did in the UK -- they are quickly ushered from office and replaced with somebody who got zero votes.

For democracy.

Luckily, people are starting to see through the bullshit -- it helps that all the plans the globalists have make life worse for everybody else. Once people start feeling the pain, they start paying attention.

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A Marxists definition of democracy: Every election will be stolen until we solve the problem of fair elections, freedom, inequality [everyone is equally poor], bountiful harvests, happiness, & prosperity.

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Oh, once we get rid of those Kulaks and wreckers, what a glorious utopia it will be!

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Oh, yes, think Bolshevism³…

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Unt se Joooose! Se AfD are Jooooose! Heil Merkel!

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Well if you would just get on board with THE SCIENCE you would understand the new definition of dEMoCrACy!

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Yes, and the AfD and Trump represent the new definition of fascism. One day all these confused people might end up with AfD and Trump governments and say "You know, this 'fascism' isn't so bad. Way better than that 'democracy' we used to have."

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I'm afraid economic collapse is the only thing that will sharpen minds

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Here's to flattening stomachs and sharpening minds!

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It's almost surely coming. That and war.

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Theyll try to fend it off with war at first.

War equals a formula for the scourge of power to solve for this problem:

Debt-driven GDP growth is not growth, but just debt.

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It coming.

And it will!

Unfortunately!

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It does indeed have a remarkable capacity for sharpening the dullest of minds.

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My biggest fear is that people will become so apathetic and craven that they clamp their own chains.

Currently there is widespread indifference. Indifference is quick bridge to apathy. And apathy usually ends in manacles...Indeed to the point that if you get between their 3 meals and 4 manacles they'd have no problem putting you against the wall.

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Mussolini defined Fascism as "everything inside the state, nothing outside the state, nothing against the state" and Trump and the AFD want smaller nation-focussed government

Obviously Mussolini is wrong and the people who want masses of government are not Fascists.

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According to the half brother of wanna be dictator Justin Trudeau, prime minister of Canada and WEF member, he doesn't make policy, his orders come from the Bilderberg Group. The WEF is simply the disposible face of their agenda.

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I actually interviewed that guy during an RFK rally and didn't even know he was JT's half-brother!

https://simulationcommander.substack.com/p/a-night-at-the-theater-with-rfk-jr

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He seems to be a savvy guy. I didn't even know that Justin, Alexandre and Michel (d) had a 4th brother until I saw him featured on Tucker Carlson. I learned some new things yesterday.

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But ultimately, the only answer in the Western countries to the fascist censorship/surveillance Governments is going to be burning it all down and start over...The existing situation doesn't work, and will only get worse....

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With new technology and techniques of mind control, they really think they can beat any popular revolt this time around. They may be right!

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Overrated, but the real problem is going to be the lack of energy, due to the Government's insane destruction of nuclear, and giving up Russian gas....But if Germans want to live in the 18th century, they can....

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The elites won't be living in the 18th century. They aim to create an imbalance between the few and the masses comparable to feudal times, where the overlords had the advantages of stone, steel, meat, and horses for communication and fighting.

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They hope....it's more likely that they flee to more affluent countries...

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They seem rather intent on the same outcome for the rest of Europe as well.

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For democracy is exactly like “for climate change.”

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The F stands for Feudalism

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May 14Liked by eugyppius

“Democracy, as we have seen, just gets more and more complicateder”. Eugyppius, you are a caution. I love this.

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Yes democracy has descended into farce throughout the West. Here's how..... you still have a pluralist electoral democracy but just as a kind of plaything....part of the media entertainment industry. Meanwhile the real government is a permanent and almost unchallengeable techno-bureaucracy constantly topped up by 'experts' emerging from its 'one-party' universities.

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Absolutely spot on! Great insight.

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Thank you. It was actually a quote from one of my essays on my own 'stack (but I can't remember which one now!) Might have been this one: https://grahamcunningham.substack.com/p/love-of-the-people

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Take my Upvote!!

"complicateder" is the descriptor we all deserved, but couldn't find before we found Eugypius.

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COMPLICATEDER means catering to Politicians .

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'“Curiouser and curiouser!” Cried Alice (she was so much surprised, that for the moment she quite forgot how to speak good English).”

― Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland / Through the Looking-Glass'

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May 14Liked by eugyppius

> Courts would later declare Merkel’s intervention unconstitutional

What consequences did she face?

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none of course

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You almost have to admire their effrontery. Their election interference is democratic behavior, and our democratic behavior is election interference.

It's starting to feel like we're only two notches away from leading RW candidates getting shot "while resisting arrest."

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Exactly. Trump INTERFERED WITH THE ELECTION by preventing a bad story from coming out before the election.

The group of 51 spies was DEFENDING DEMOCRACY by preventing a bad story from coming out before the election.

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They will do whatever they think they can get away with. And the more they get away with, the more they'll do, until they're getting away with lining people up at the edges of pits.

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In the US, Presidential Candidate Jill Stein is being charged with assaulting a police officer during a campus police crackdown in which she was assaulted by police officers. Not RW, but notch 1 nonetheless?

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Jill Stein said, when asked where the Jews would go if Palestinians got "from the river to the sea," said "back to Poland" I'd have had a hard time not impersonating a police officer and hogtying her and forcing her to watch a few documentaries. That's lobotomized.

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Like "A Clockwork Orange."

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It's the effrontery of being a socialist but not 100% supporting Slow Jow Biden. The nerve of her!

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To prevent Biden from falling up the stairs to his airplain again ,a Acorn stair lift will be installed on the stairway to his plain .

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“Consequences for thee, not for me”, saith the preservers of democracy.

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Oh, there will be consequences, and they won't be nice.

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May 14·edited May 14

That's also the malicious trick they play in the US.

They do what they want and then 2-4 years later the courts call it unconstitutional. And people forget or think there's nothing they can do about it.

It's so egregious now that they tell us it's unconstitutional...but do it anyway.

That sounds like democracy to me!...:)

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A bronze medal for being the second worst German Chancellor ever?

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Germany has a Constitution ,they call Verfassung It means putting wine in a Fass or in a barrel .I could also be sauerkraut .

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May 14Liked by eugyppius

If I recall correctly, Thuringian voters were promised another opportunity to vote for the correct parties within one year of having not selected the democrat Ramelow as leader. In fact I remember one of my very democratic friends cancelling me over my suggestion to him that it was undemocratic to renege on this promise because of the inconvenience of the mild cold that was going around at the time.

Whether it was for being clearly undemocratic, or my thoughts that the entire panic over the mild cold was overblown, or both, I don't remember.

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You will vote again until you do it correctly!

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May 14·edited May 14

Most of the West has gotten on board with this "if we don't win, it's a threat to democracy". Joe Biden is centering his re-election campaign on this theme. Weirdly, he and his minions keep doing things that, to we deplorables, seem illegal and anti-democratic. It's all very confusing.

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Yes. It is interesting how all these “democracy loving” governments all speak identically from the same script, the US, Canada, the UK, Australia, New Zealand - all of them.

They are in lock-step, all force marching us towards God knows what end.

And, be assured, it will an be an END - of everything we once held dear.

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Yes, towards the WEF/UNAgenda 2030. That’s what this is all about. Do not comply. To anything they promote.

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They are in lock-step about virtually everything, I've noticed. They are interchangeable in many ways...the dolts in Germany could easily be exchanged for the dolts somewhere else.

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Anything is fair game when stopping Literally Hitler.

And since the GOP always seems to nominate Literally Hitler......

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Is it weird that I misread "Literally Hitler" as "Hitlery Hillary"?

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Not if you know anything about Hillary.........or Hitler ;)

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They both lusted for power and killed a lot of people.

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I keep saying, we need to use cloning to bring back Literally Hitler. Then we can ask him what he thinks of the situation. "Yes, I like that guy. No, that one is nothing like me.", etc., etc.

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No, remember it's "our democracy." And that's what it is: their "democracy. " Not anyone else's.

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May 14Liked by eugyppius

Excellent writing and wit. I love it.

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I second that, also it is helpful to hear firsthand from Eugyppius exactly what is taking place in Germany. So grateful for this bird’s eye view from someone like him!

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I live in Canada ,age 88 and I vote many times a day never for anyone else ,always for myself . I can't think of anything more crazy to ask someone else to run my life and lead me ,someone like Trudeau . Now the whole world is getting ready to vote for the Desperado Tetros to run the entire world, guided by Gates ... Don't look for LEADERS to lead lead you ,lead yourself . If ever I should go blind ,I will buy a service dog ,to lead me past dangers ,because he is most likely more trust worthy ,than any politician

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Exactly: The very best form of government is when individual citizens govern their own lives properly.

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It's clear that democracy absolutely must be left in the tight control of experts, and taken out of the hands of the most reprehensible people: voters.

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But they know far better than you! Because they're special. And just "because." To paraphrase George Carlin, "It's a big club and you ain't in it."

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At first I found your article confusing, but then I understood that you are not talking about democracy, but about "Our Democracy", and then it made sense.

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This we hear in South Africa everyday, "Our Democracy" fast moving to socialism. We have elections too in South Africa this month and we all shudder in fear of what may happen

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Can it get worse? (Honest question, as I have little knowledge of SA, apart that it is run to the ground since the ANC took over)

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May 14Liked by eugyppius

"Under Kramer, the Thuringian constitutional protectors declared the AfD to be “proven right-wing extremists” in March 2021."

What "proof" exactly did they provide? Or, did they provide any evidence at all to back up their claims?

What's an "extremist," anyway? It couldn't be someone who advocates mass house arrest, shuts down commercial and cultural life, and forces people -- under threat of punishment -- to take experimental injections, now could it?

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Here in America we have many, many extremists. They are defined as anyone who went to DC on J6 and were caught up in the Stingray net.

Then they stealthily melded back into America with their orders to vote for AfD......... er, Trump. With that, it was decided to send the storm troopers ......er, FBI all over the country to instill fear in them of repercussions if they dare vote for Trump.

And like Germany, democracy will/should be saved.

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"Stingray net"?

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The Stingray is a device that mimics a cell phone tower and collects and stores user data. This is why so many J6 attendees were visited by the FBI even if they were nowhere near the breach. Even friends of mine that were in Arlington cemetery for the funeral of a veteran uncle were visited by the FBI three separate occasions in PA until they finally threatened legal action.

Ain't freedom great?

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Uggh. Thank you for the background information.

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Bang on!!! Oh yes it could indeed!

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Hear, hear!

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Apparently in Germany, as in the U.S., voters can't be trusted to defend democracy.

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We're just blocked from understanding their great plans because of our backward views.

https://twitter.com/MrWinMarshall/status/1789255903708881107

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What is she blathering about? "The three 'G's': Guns, Gays, God -- that is, a woman's right to choose." What? Those words strung to gather like that don't make any sense. And did you see the fella in the bow tie in the front row to Pelosi's right? He looks like he's already been worked on at the mortuary! In any case, the fact that that hideous, intellectually mediocre woman refers to some American voters as "these poor souls" because they don't like her style and/or policies is beyond noxious. I now think that the USA hasn't been ruled by a worse kakistocracy in its entire 248 year existence.

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She thinks conservatives are only against abortion because of religion.

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May 15·edited May 15

Well, I could make little sense of what that old woman was blathering about. She should be placed in a nursing home. As for abortion, we American citizens are perfectly right to oppose it on religious grounds, moral grounds, or any other good reason or combination of reasons we can think of. There's something profoundly wrong and inhumane about any person who thinks it's hunky dory to eject a viable Homo sapiens fetus from a mother's womb. P.S. That the likes of Pelosi thinks abortion is just grand puts the lie to her claims to be Roman Catholic. Maybe that's her family's culture, but as for being an authentic adherent to the principles of the Roman Catholic Church, she's not even trying. She flouts the fundamental teachings of that Church every single day. It could not be made more clear by the Church: Abortion is abhorrent, a grave sin. To promote it as Pelosi does makes her an apostate, and it would be great if the press and the American public called her on it: Stop pretending to be a Roman Catholic -- it's offensive.

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Why does it seem like all governments are marching in lockstep against their own people? 🔥🔥🔥

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Because the era of people blindly believing that their ‘elected representatives’ are working with their best interests at heart, is coming to an end. People are now realising that politicians are only in it for themselves, for the power and whatever they can loot along the way. Hence their actions to retain their illegitimate grip on power are becoming ever more extreme.

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I have a question on an unrelated topic… I have just completed my 24th year in home education. I have graduated five of my children and have one more to go. What is homeschooling like in Germany?

There have been many interesting discussions with my teenagers in the past four years… 😳😳😳😬🤔

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It's like ... well, illegal.

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Are you serious?! You cannot school your own children? 🤦🏽‍♀️😢 The indoctrination here in America is horrible and insidious… it’s a complete cesspool… especially in public schools.

My husband is a elementary teacher. He comes home with a story every day. He tries his best in a broken system. 😢😢😢

What about Homeschooling in other EU nations? Is it illegal there as well?

Prayers 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

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On no account go to Germany for homeschooling your children.

Read this story about a German family that sought asylum in the US because they would have been prosecuted in Germany for attempting to homeschool their children:

https://www.ncregister.com/cna/family-who-fled-germany-to-home-school-their-kids-faces-deportation-from-the-u-s

Here is a brief extract:

"The Romeikes — father Uwe, mother Hannelore, and their then-five children — fled Germany in 2009 over the country’s severe compulsory education laws, which effectively outlaw home schooling and require all children to attend school outside the home."

They homeschooled their children during the 2010s in the US, then last year, the couple was suddenly, given four weeks' notice to leave the US and return to Germany. The five children who came with them to the US are all adults, but two younger children were born in the US and are still of school age.

Homeschooling is legal in all US states, and most do not regulate it heavily. By contrast, it is illegal in most EU countries. Norway is possibly the worst, where the state has kidnapped children from a homeschooling Christian couple. Whatever your problems are in the US, you'll face much worse in Europe.

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Absolutely mind boggling 😢🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

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I’ve heard it’s illegal in Sweden too. Also that it was none other than Hit ler’s regime that outlawed homeschooling back in 1938…

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I can't say for sure. I only know about Germany. However, a quick internet search could probably tell you.

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Simone Weil gave a very good run-down of why this outcome was inevitable in any system where we the voters get to vote for parties, in her "On the Abolition of All Political Parties".

It can be found on-line for free, and legal too, given how old it is. More a pamphlet than a book, really, yet so on-point and insightful.

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Yes, but party politics then gets replaced with personality politics, and soon we are warned that a breakdown is inevitable when voters can only vote on personality. Then we'll get a pamphlet called "On the Creation of Political Parties".

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The older I get, the more convinced I become that lottery would be best.

Local level, regional/state, and national level. Have a lottery, put in term limit - once you've "done your time" at one level, you're out of it.

Can't get more representative than that.

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Hmmmm…maybe that New World Order thingy….nah, prolly just a coincidence…

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it's the way of mankind....unfortunately

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My God, Eugy. 🤯 Words fail…

SO MUCH LOVE AND SUPPORT from the American Midwest, and specifically our house, where you will ALWAYS be welcome and received as royalty. 💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜

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May 15Liked by eugyppius

So, "Democratic" means approximately the same thing that it meant in East Berlin in 1982? As in: the East German "Democratic" Republic?

Plus ca Change and all that...

We just need to edit the textbooks to say that the Communists won the Cold War instead of lost it, and everything falls into place.

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May 14Liked by eugyppius

Pure genius, thank you

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May 14Liked by eugyppius

And the cherry on top: One of the key political goals of the AFD is to add more elements of direct democracy Swiss style to the German system.

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