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Still about 1360 days

28 April, 2010 (20:02) | particulars, parties, political trade | By: Aerar

(German version published on 4 February, 2010) At 27 Oktober 2009 the 17th period of the German Bundestag began lead by the parties of CDU/CSU and FDP under Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel. It is usual to evalutate the government’s work after the first 100 days have passed. This time should be enough for the partners […]

Save your Freedom

15 September, 2009 (13:55) | homeland security, law & order | By: Aerar

After the already published yideo short film“Du bist Terrorist” (= “You are a terrorist (german)) there is another clip now against surveillance done by the government with the title “Rette Deine Freiheit” (= “Save your Freedom (german)). Both videos show in a simple but haunting way the (possible) consequences of planned and already existing measures […]

No X for Ms. Y

3 November, 2008 (15:35) | elections, federal states, particulars, political trade | By: Aerar

Now it happened. While the world of Andrea Ypsilanti still looked well in the morning and the CDU more and more worried (german) about a change of government in Hessen the house of cards she build as option for the coming change collapsed. There are now four delegates who announced not only to deny their […]

More like Peer

28 October, 2008 (16:07) | finance, media, particulars, political trade | By: Aerar

Yesterday night the German minister of finance Peer Steinbrück was a guest in the TV talk “Beckmann”. The cool strategian was quite convincing in the talk lasting about an hour. With his quiet and inarrogant behaviour he talked about the status of the ongoing crisis at the financial markets without unnecessaryly blaming others. Thereby he […]