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
The former President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz, currently SPD candidate for German Chancellor, has been accused in Parliament’s Budget Control Committee of seeking to abuse his power to promote some of his cronies in breach of EU staff regulations. Continue reading
The creeping progress of the Culture of Death has made an important leap forward in Germany, where the Bundesverwaltungsgericht (BVerwG, Federal Administrative Court) issued a decision that declares euthanasia to be legal in “extreme and exceptional cases”, without defining them. This opens the door to a new slippery slope, at the bottom of which one surely will discover that every case is somehow “extreme” and “exceptional”.
Former European Parliament President Martin Schulz, now campaigning to be German Chancellor, is planning to impose same-sex “marriage” in Germany if his SPD party wins the Bundestag elections in September. During his time in Brussels he was close to the extremist LGBT militants and now wants to impose their ideology in Germany. Continue reading
Leading candidate in the French presidential elections, Member of the European Parliament Marine Le Pen has attacked the EU Parliament’s former president Martin Schulz, himself the leading candidate to be German Chancellor, for double standards on fraud investigations. Continue reading
There had been some speculations, but ultimately the situation comes as a big surprise: Sigmar Gabriel, the leader of Germany’s Social Democratic Party (SPD) has decided to step aside and open the way for Martin Schulz, the power-greedy ex-President of the European Parliament, to run as the Socialist “Spitzenkandidat” (lead candidate) in the upcoming federal elections in September. The man whose career took full steam thanks to Silvio Berlusconi casting him as an SS guardian in a film on Nazi concentration camps is now going to be Angela Merkel’s challenger. Continue reading