Christian Lindner, the juvenile leader of the German Liberal Democrats (Freie Demokratische Partei, FDP) has anounced that legislation to introduce sodo-“marriage” will be his party’s condition for forming a coalition with Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) after the upcoming national elections in summer.
Many Germans are regrettably indifferent about marriage being defaced through the introduction of sodo-“marriage” – but aty the same time uncritical support for the LGBT agenda is not something that is likely to draw a lot of electoral support. Continue reading
Today is Martin Schulz’s day of doom. The first results of the regional elections in the German land of North-Rhine-Westphalia are out, and it appears that the Social Democrats have suffered a spectacular defeat Continue reading
Somewhat overshadowed by the second round of the French presidential elections, the elections in the German region of Schleswig-Holstein have yielded a result that gives an indication of where Germany will be heading after the national elections in September. And that indication very clearly is: Martin Schulz will not be Bundeskanzler. Continue reading
The Oberlandesgericht (High Court) of Braunschweig has issued a decision according which a birth certificate issued in the US State of Colorado, which falsely indicates a German woman as the mother of twins born from a US American surrogate mother, must not be legally recognized in Germany. Continue reading
If a right-wing, or even a moderately conservative, politician did that, there would probably be a criminal investigation, and calls for him to step down immediately. But not so in the case of Martin Schulz, the former President of the European Parliament, who as the newly-elected leader of the German Social Democrats aspires to replace Angela Merkel as Federal Chancellor after the national elections in September. In his case, we are to accept that it was just a joke gone wrong. Continue reading
Following the sudden ascendance of Martin Schulz as their new leader, Social Democrats in Germany have gone through a delirium of optimism, hoping that the former EP President’s “popularity” and “leadership” would boost their chances to win the national elections in September. The media wrote about “Saint Martin”, “Martin the Saviour”, and of a “Schulz-Effect” – and opinion polls suggested that the Social Democrats were now ahead of Angela Merkel’s CDU. Only last week Schulz was elected the new president of the Socialist Party with 100% of delegates’ votes.
Well, the hype didn’t last long. Continue reading