Why hopes for a Sahra Wagenknecht-led united front against the elites are illusory
I watched the GG interview and was very aware of her hesitations around questions that pushed into uncomfortable territory around left-right convergence.
I wasn't, and still am not, sure whether Sahra Wagenknecht was too timid or Glenn Greenwald too insistent on the possibility of seamless blending between traditional enemies.
I have to ask though: on what planet are "economic redistribution and restrictions to free market ideology" hard left dogmas? This is to repeat the same sort of silliness Republicans indulge in when they called Obama a "socialist".
I went to the protest in Berlin and was really disappointed to hear her shout "Neonazis and Reichsbürger have no place here".
I was unaware of the “nazi” label during covid.
In single-handedly embodying the Gernan political opposition in a Bundestag parliament gloriously united when it comes to the major topics of war and plandemics, her "rigid" centre-left views are reflected as being the voice of the sovereign time and again in polls, and in a parliamentary democracy, you need an opposition. So in being the one talking head on the TV talk formats, she has done her part in saving Germany, no less than from the embarrassment of forming a gleichschaltung 5+ party, 1 opinion government