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Western Democracy’s Last Stand: Merkel Versus Trump

The irony in all of this is that should Merkel lose the battle, the savior of Western democratic ideals may well end up being a communist...

The irony in all of this is that should Merkel lose the battle, the savior of Western democratic ideals may well end up being a communist...
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2 comments on “Western Democracy’s Last Stand: Merkel Versus Trump

  1. Irrespective of whether or not his opinion of Merkel was rehearsed, it doesn’t change the fact that it is true.
    Her immigration policy while well intended, is a disaster. I go back to Europe now and I do not recognize the Europe of my childhood. Unlike the U.S., Europe was never intended as an immigratory melting pot.

  2. H. Although I agree with you regarding the obvious rise of national populism , Merkel retain her Chancelorship, with a reduced majority. The bulk of Germans are no longer populists, as they have had the effect of that issue drummed into their heads for the last 70 years, with the constant flow of movies etc. I guess there may be a time when the Germans get sick and tired of being reminded of their ancestors actions, and say to hell with it.

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