The Situation In Germany

Learner

The Living Force
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Thank you for sharing your observations and for the additional information, etezete. I will look for the interview you mentioned.
 

Ina

Dagobah Resident
Hello @Mari @Learner
I tried this little helper today, and as far as I understood it, it is independent: Finde deine Partei zu politischen Wahlen - WahlSwiper it is also with short videoclips if needed.
For me, the result was indeed "die Basis" a new German party. The programme sounds like desirable basic principles for living together, but I'm not really sure if it has a chance. But maybe it will stimulate some people to think again. Maybe it's worth a try. I haven't quite understood yet why this party is pushed into the right-wing corner in the media, because I don't find that there is any indication of this in the statements. Or is it simply the same reason why "lateral thinkers" are also pushed there? Has anyone happened to follow this or know more about it?

However, in my opinion it is a bit like choosing between plague and cholera. I'm not really sure what to choose. But I also don't want to support the usual suspects by not voting.
Die Basis and BasisCamp and Investigative Corona Committee and Reiner Fuellmich. All related, I hope for good and progress.
 

Ursus Minor

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Nothing like announcing ahead of time that it's likely to be rigged and they will punish anyone that goes against the narrative they push. I wonder when the last free and honest election in the west was?

The election on Sunday might well imply some minor or major fraud but I don't think it will need to be rigged entirely. The MSM have been pushing for a left-wing coalition for years and the sheeple will vote accordingly.

I don't think that YT is be able to assess the situation beforehand, but they will have to expect claims of a rigged election anyhow because such is the mindset of the rebellious libertarian and right-wing online community.

They feel that almost everything nowadays is fake, as is CO2, the pandemic, manmade global warming and the necessity of being vaxxed.

So the Querdenker (contrarian) community will call the election 'rigged' in any case, and I think YT is just preparing for that.
 

thorbiorn

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got this in my inbox!
Well, We won’t let those awful Querdenkers spoil this elections, a-a, not at our watch!!!
Amazing, though it can be explained. Youtube is a Google Service. Google search algorithms favored the election of Biden. Google is thus not apolitical. Besides and coloured with sarcasm: Youtube simply had to improve on their "poor" performance in the 2020 presidential election, where a number of Youtubers claimed that the election in the US had been rigged and even in some cases uploaded video evidence supporting their claims.

Furthermore and coloured by regurgitated propaganda: This step by Youtube is all the more needed in Europe which is closer to certain large states in the east, and is a front line for US military power in its battle to oppose tyranny and protect and safeguard the safety, freedom, and democratic rights of European citizens.

Related may be a comment on totalitarianism in the thread for the session 31 December 2020.
 
I'm not voting today because it is damn clear that these elections don't present you with any real choices, and nowadays, you can't even be sure that they ain't rigged.
We basically get to choose between the CDU and the SPD, and whatever coalitions they end up in. The smaller parties stand no chance, at all. It is even reflected on youtube advertising. Since about a week, I've been flooded with mainly CDU made advertisements that replaced the usual Coke and Pharma ads. The smaller parties can't afford such level of advertising.
And thus, the game is the same as in the US. CDU=Republicans, SPD=Democrats. They just alternate and provide the illusion of choice. After the CDU came to power, people quickly became disillusioned with them and became willing to vote for the democrats/liberal coalitions. No doubt, in a few years, there will be discontent with them too, which will bring the CDU back on the stage again. Ad nauseum.
Youtube's forewarning indeed tells you they fully expect people to quickly uncover vote rigging. I don't know why people bother with politics anymore. The argument that you indirectly support the big baddies by not voting doesn't hold, given all this rigging and unequal financial and political influence.
 

Mari

Dagobah Resident
FOTCM Member
Morning!
Votes are still being counted; here is the current situation (ger. Sonstige = en. Others) where pale colors indicate how was voted in 2017 in that district - so that’s not party in the lead in that district.

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You see that the Green party has 14,8%. Now here is the map of Germany where you se how the districts have voted and note a tiny green dots - those are major cities from where this 14,8% came from.


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Michael B-C

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Could be an innocent accident.... but we are in clown world now, so....

German Television Station Gives National Election Results Two Days Before the Election

22:44 GMT 24.09.2021 (Updated: 22:47 GMT 24.09.2021)

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Heute ist Freitag, der 24.09.2021. Müssen wir beunruhigt sein


ARD, a German public television station, erroneously aired the results of the national election 2 days early.

The debacle occurred during the airing of the quiz show “Gefragt, gejagt”, which translates to “Asked, hunted,” when a banner popped up on the bottom of the screen.

According to the banner, the Union parties would get 22.1%, the Social Democratic Party 22.7%, the Alternative for Germany 10.5%, and the Free Democratic Party 13.2% of the vote in Germany’s national election.

ARD took down the banner before the results for the Left and the Greens were displayed.
The incident occurred on Friday, with the election set for Sunday. ARD wasted little time soothing concerns of a predetermined election.

Holger Lichtenthäler, head of the ARD broadcasting, explained the prescient banner. “It was a technical test of the election crawl that was supposed to be done in the inactive broadcasting area in preparation for election Sunday, but went on air due to a switching error. It was an accident for which we apologize."

ARD has to hope that the election results don’t align too closely to their ‘early results’, or else questions will start to be asked. As the blooper was occurring, the contestants on the quiz show were asked, "Which goblin with red hair did Hans Clarin voice for decades?" The answer, of course, is Pumuckl, the mischievous kobold.
 

Palinurus

The Living Force
ARD has to hope that the election results don’t align too closely to their ‘early results’, or else questions will start to be asked. As the blooper was occurring, the contestants on the quiz show were asked, "Which goblin with red hair did Hans Clarin voice for decades?" The answer, of course, is Pumuckl, the mischievous kobold.

See for yourself, here's the official preliminary result of the vote (6:18 PM):

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Mari

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FOTCM Member

All results of the federal election 2021

The SPD is growing everywhere and becomes the strongest force, followed by the Union and the Greens. In Saxony, the AfD is ahead.

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This overview shows the distribution of seats in the new Bundestag. As the count progresses, we add the profiles of the elected candidates, which should be complete by Monday morning. Only then will the size of the new parliament be determined.

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As soon as one of the 299 constituencies is counted, it receives on the map the color of the strongest party. The darker the color, the higher the percentage of votes.

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The Greens are especially popular in the cities, the Left is especially popular in the East: The maps show in which regions the parties can score - and where they are rarely elected [again, the darker the color, the higher the percentage of votes].

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dennis

Jedi
Could be an innocent accident.... but we are in clown world now, so....

Tinkerers to Evers to Chance ?

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His grand nephew is an inventor

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thorbiorn

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
Another way of influencing what happens in Germany is explained in this article from 2018 //www.sott.net/article/401287-Anonymous-exposes-NATO-influence-operation-targeting-Russia-friendly-candidates-for-leadership-positions-across-EU

One strategy amounts to drumming up media attention to work against someone who has view that is not favored by NATO/US/UK

Anonymous has published documents which it claims have unearthed a massive UK-led psyop to create a "large-scale information secret service" in Europe - all under the guise of countering "Russian propaganda."

In a document dump on November 5, the group exposed the UK-based 'Integrity Initiative', said to have been established by the ominously titled Institute for Statecraft in 2015.

The main objective is "to provide a coordinated Western response to Russian disinformation and other elements of hybrid warfare." The Institute for Statecraft is affiliated with the NATO HQ Public Diplomacy Division and the Home Office-funded 'Prevent' program, so objectivity is, of course, at the forefront of their work.
Example of how it may work:
In one particular example given as a case study of the group's activities, the docs reveal how effective the strategy could be. According to the documents, the 'Moncloa Campaign' was carried out by the group's Spanish cluster to prevent the appointment of Colonel Pedro Banos as director of Spain's Department of Homeland Security. And all it took was just a seven-and-a-half hour campaign, kicked off by several high-profile Spanish journalists affiliated with the secretive group.

"The [Spanish] government is preparing to appoint Colonel Banos, known for his pro-Russian and pro-Putin positions in the Syrian and Ukrainian conflicts, as Director of the Department of Homeland Security, a key body located at the Moncloa," Nacho Torreblanca began in an extensive Twitter thread.

Others joined in. Among them - according to the leaks - academic Miguel Ángel Quintana Paz, who wrote that "Mr. Banos is to geopolitics as a homeopath is to medicine." Appointing such a figure would be "a shame."

Spanish media, such as El Pais, then reported on these murmurings. Notably, members of the UK team, like MP Bob Seely, are also listed in the Banos op document. The latter lost out to Miguel Angel Ballesteros.

The case is being highlighted as one of the major examples, but similar operations can be carried out in numerous other EU states, Anonymous warns in their release.
 

Gawan

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I'm not voting today because it is damn clear that these elections don't present you with any real choices, and nowadays, you can't even be sure that they ain't rigged.
We basically get to choose between the CDU and the SPD, and whatever coalitions they end up in. The smaller parties stand no chance, at all. It is even reflected on youtube advertising. Since about a week, I've been flooded with mainly CDU made advertisements that replaced the usual Coke and Pharma ads. The smaller parties can't afford such level of advertising.
And thus, the game is the same as in the US. CDU=Republicans, SPD=Democrats. They just alternate and provide the illusion of choice. After the CDU came to power, people quickly became disillusioned with them and became willing to vote for the democrats/liberal coalitions. No doubt, in a few years, there will be discontent with them too, which will bring the CDU back on the stage again. Ad nauseum.
Youtube's forewarning indeed tells you they fully expect people to quickly uncover vote rigging. I don't know why people bother with politics anymore. The argument that you indirectly support the big baddies by not voting doesn't hold, given all this rigging and unequal financial and political influence.

Same here. It was already clear from the beginning that the greens will any way get their way into the coalition, and now it turns up that way with no surprise, and they are darn sure about it. It was also a choice of voting the lesser evil, and that is something I cannot support personally.
 
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