Waaaay too good to actually happen.
Holy Hell I hope she's not replaced by Schulz
Unlikely since the CDU is the leading party, and you can't just replace someone from the leading for someone in another party. There would likely be a party election to find the replacement, which I would hope that Sven Rissman steps up to the chance (but I haven't heard anything from him.) These are only polls though.
In other news, this could be unlikely:>BERLIN (Reuters) - German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier will host a joint meeting next week between Chancellor Angela Merkel, the leader of the center-left Social Democrats (SPD) and the head of the Bavarian Christian Social Union (CSU), a spokeswoman said.
Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU) and their CSU Bavarian sister party have ruled with the SPD in a "grand coalition" since 2013 and their caretaker government remains in place after an election in September.>"After meeting this week with the leaders of the CDU, CSU and SPD the federal president has agreed to meet a joint meeting at Schloss Bellevue," Steinmeier's spokeswoman said in a statement. "The meeting takes place next week. The exact date will be communicated at a later time."
(Reporting by Joseph Nasr, editing by Thomas Escritt)
The SPD seems to be open to a coalition now. Germany could be getting fucked again with the same ruling parties.
Although, there's some hope that Schulz won't go for power since he says there's no guarantee. Coming from a Jew, that's pretty worthless.
Germany as of late has been nothing but uncertain. All that we can hope for is the chaos continues which makes their ruling parties even weaker to keep moving AfD forward in future elections. I can see them taking a plurality in the next elections if they are called soon.
Depending on the meeting with the President, we'll see.
(((Soros))) won't let it happen. He won't lose a puppet.
It's pretty easy to replace puppets.
That's what makes them puppets.
You don't really need to put Soros in echoes, we all know who he is. Also, Soros himself is likely a puppet who answers to somebody; Merkel at this point has well outlived her usefulness entirely and is about as valuable as Hillary.
I am in favor of chaos and stalling this desastrous politics but I am a bit afraid that this won't end well.
The AFD has to step up their game to gain more votes and it is tough without Frauke Petry.
The whole situation is difficult because germans can't into democracy and media aswell as citizens have many different opinions on this.
Well, if push comes to shove I will continue to do my part.
>>90598>implying democracy is a good thing
Personally, I don't think the AfD is gaining a shitton of support until a major collapse, and to be quite honest Merkel is way better than Schultz or that bitch from Die Grünen. As long as the CDU stays in power nothing will get better, but I also believe it's the party that's the slowest to the collapse, which is probably a good thing.
The imperial flag nowdays is used as the replacement national flag cause we're not allowed to use the actual one. I'm not actually a monarchist myself.
Also accelerationism is stupid :^)
>>90709>>90716>Merkel literally destroyed Europe, still considered "least worst" candidate.>Thinking that a slow collapse is preferable to a fast one.
Though, I gotta admit, it takes years for mentality to change. If Germany were to collapse the cucks would probably choose commies over the AfD.
You have to wait for the economic collapse for people to become less self-centred.
If that's what Merkel can do think of what the jew Shultz would've done. The problem would've been so compounded he'd probably just start pickup up random sandniggers and import them.
But how influential is for Germany the fact that Austria elected a Right Wing government? Would it influence public opinion? I think Austria's elections might have been a huge morale boost for AfD and German nationalists.
What do you think (((they))) will replace her with?