DAllegedly, the Republic is eager for a campaign about the depth of content and facts, and has received– Hans-George MasonFrom a green perspective, one can understand that any disturbance is welcome, even if it will cause Hildburghausen in the Thuringian Forest. The president of the CDU Regional Association there now made a dramatic statement in the federal election campaign: Hans-Georg Mason is still a direct candidate for the CDU in the Suhl-Schmalkalden-Meiningen-Hildburghausen-Sonneberg constituency people!
Does this threaten German press freedom? After listening to the debate over the past few days, I have to ask sarcastically. Mason once again used exaggerated expressions to draw attention to himself. Public service broadcasting has “obvious left-handedness”, which he thinks is not particularly surprising, because in his opinion, everything in Germany is left-handed in some way.
But Mason is particularly fascinated by him Ed And “Tagsau”. There are employees there who are connected to left-wing extremist activities. He recommends thoroughly investigating this connection and conducting a personality test.
Everything about it is a bit confusing, and a bit unclear: which contacts are you referring to? Who are the horses and riders? What should be investigated specifically? What does it mean to “test” personality traits?
As expected: Mason was accused of hoping to restrict public broadcasting through commissions of inquiry and attitude testing-an attack on freedom of the press. Part of the ceremony was Maaßen and then explained himself again. In other words: He didn’t want to say what should be allowed again.
Armin Laschet needs explanation
This case is very suitable for candidates, because the CDU chairman needs to explain: Armin Raschelt Want to be prime minister, but even the former president of the Constitutional Protection Office can’t make an order? Or even better: kick out?
No, he can’t, of course, activists know this very well. This is how democracy works (Southern Thuringia is even better than the Green Party in Saarland). The more Rashet persists, the more he loses.Because every time the regional association reports CDU In Hildburghausen in the Thuringian Forest, he said to Konrad-Adenauer-Haus in Berlin: Welcome to us.
For the CDU in southern Thuringia, in order to survive the confrontation with AfD, it had to decorate itself with a failed senior official. This official might bring votes, but out of intellectual vanity. To speak stupidly, this is no glory. Masson’s request to exclude the party after each demonstration also shows how many parts of the CDU are tough in a similar way to the exclusion parties, the Social Democratic Party, the Green Party, and the Left Party.
The People’s Party should criticize such things loudly (the party leaders are also there), but they can bear it. Otherwise, they suspect that they have forgotten the truly important content that is truly in danger.