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German Socialist Equality Party election video

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Defected to the U.S.S.R.: 10 Sep 2006, 22:05
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Post 07 Sep 2009, 02:09
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2 September 2009

The following video spot has been produced by the German Socialist Equality Party (Partei für Soziale Gleichheit—PSG) as part of its campaign for the German federal election which takes place on September 27. In accordance with German electoral law, every party accepted to take part in the election is allowed to produce its own spot, which is shown on four occasions on German television and played four times on radio prior to the election.

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The PSG is standing its own candidates in Germany’s biggest state, North Rhine-Westphalia, and the city-state of Berlin.

First speaker: Christoph Vandreier, PSG executive committee member

Second speaker: Fabian Reymann, PSG executive committee member and candidate in Berlin

Third speaker: Ramiya T, a PSG member

Fourth speaker: Ulrich Rippert, candidate of the PSG in Berlin and chairman of the PSG


We're on the rise worldwide. So much for the death of communism.
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Defected to the U.S.S.R.: 26 Jun 2006, 15:59
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Post 07 Sep 2009, 03:40
Ahh, good old fashioned sectarianism.

left-wing in-fighting doesn't look good in an election broadcast.
The moment one accepts the notion of 'totalitarianism', one is firmly locked within the liberal-democratic horizon. - Slavoj Žižek
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Post 07 Sep 2009, 04:48
What sectarianism? Unions have proven they are not progressive anymore and have a vested interest in the continuance of capitalism. What's sectarian about that? All I saw was a call for socialism and internationalism.
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Post 07 Sep 2009, 15:32
I was actually refering to his comments on Die Linke, but while we're on the subject, I've never agreed with that view of Unions in general.
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Post 13 Sep 2009, 02:48
lol lol, "on the rise", he says. I've never even heard of the party and I live in the country. And what they say about die Linke is utter bullshit. It certainly does not want to save capitalism.
"Don't know why i'm still surprised with this shit anyway." - Loz
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Post 13 Sep 2009, 05:36
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I've never even heard of the party and I live in the country.


That's more indicative of your own ignorance than any indication that they aren't on the rise.

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And what they say about die Linke is utter bullshit. It certainly does not want to save capitalism.


Honestly I feel that the claim that they want to save capitalism is a bit extreme, but then die linke isn't exactly dispelling notions like this either.
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