By: Péter Sárvári
The flag of “freedom that changes the world” flies in the October wind. Long live Germany in red and internationalism!
Last Sunday the people who had been lulled into a capitalist dream woke up like Sleeping Beauty and were hungry for socialism after 16 years.
As a modern epigone of Marx-Engels-Lenin-Stalin, Olaf Scholz had proclaimed a program of social justice and taken the progressive German public with him – and not without success.
The red octopus had gradually hooked its tentacles on public television, but was still glorifying the CDU / CSU alliance in the weeks leading up to the election.
Armin Laschet, the CDU’s candidate for chancellor, had claimed that he only saw “theoretical talkers” in the ranks of the SPD. On election day, all the media reported that he was not eligible to vote because he had voted for his own party, in a way that was clearly visible to the cameras: he had folded his ballot upside down and put it in the ballot box .
But does it bother anyone when a politician supports his own party? The Germans, YES. They called for the ballot boxes to be opened, claiming that Laschet’s vote was invalid. Because by his mistake Laschet violated the voting secrecy.
In Berlin this would not even have been ruled out. Federal, parliamentary and district elections as well as a vote took place in the capital at the same time.
The Social Democrats juggle the numbers
We have always known that the Social Democrats are masters at juggling numbers and can win an election by 110% if they have a few truckloads of blue ballots to hand.
But this time too few ballots were cast in Berlin.
An interesting anomaly is that the federal election cards ran out the earliest. The members of the counting commissions saw the problem coming, but the replenishment came a few hours later because of the traffic jams in Berlin.
Finally, the missing ballot papers came by bike. But most voters did not want to wait for the disturbance to pass, and so many left without voting.
Now we know from whom Gergely Karácsony learned to be mayor (editor’s note: Gergely Karácsony is the leader of the left opposition in Hungary, which won the mayoral election in Budapest).
An impressive number of invalid votes
In addition to the queues at the polling stations, there was another problem. An impressive number of invalid votes were cast for candidates in the Berlin House of Representatives in 99 constituencies.
In fact, there were 13,120 invalid ballots. In addition, there were more votes in 16 constituencies than eligible voters living in the constituency. We are therefore not surprised that the Red Coalition (SPD-Green-Left) can now govern the German capital for another legislative period. You could even say that their five-year plan worked a little too well.
Rise up and shine, you reds, you proletarians, you soldiers of struggle! Big work is waiting for you today, the palaces are still standing!
They will do all the better now that the bourgeoisie, which controls the housing associations, rob the poor by demanding rent from them. In the vote on Sunday, the Berliners voted to weaken this cooperative.
The left leadership wants to remedy this by FURNISHING 240,000 apartments and transferring them to communal ownership, expressing this in beautiful modern words.
Stalin would not believe his eyes if he saw how Germany “developed” in almost 80 years. The modern world socialist revolution first penetrated the United States and then gradually reached Europe.
Instead of proletarians, it is the brainwashed Western progressives who will bring their ideology to life, and who will now have four years to figure out how the “plume of fire” will burn them down.
Source: PestiSracok (Die Pester Schratzen)