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  A modern Middle Way in Institutions and  Private Life  (in English and German)

Distribution problems in Germany
the most important task of the next generation

A comparison of the situation in different countries shows the shrinking of mainstream political landscape across Germany and Europe more widely. What role do far-right parties play in current immigrant politics?   

Photo R.Habeck M.Schwesig Kevin Kühnert (own montage)  

Much may seem moderate in comparison to the US. But as many Germans apparently suppress the conditions in southern Europe, one can be horrified. I can only express disgust at the action taken in the theocracy of Bavaria, where people are forced to show Christian symbols in public buildings, with regard to the policies they represent. Merkel confessed that she like every human being made mistakes.

The most important issue from the point of view of a modern Middle Way, the ever-increasing gap in the distribution of wealth between rich and poor, hardly appeared in the negotiations. It had already become very clear last year in the analysis of the Landtag election of North Rhine-Westphalia, which had been massively lost by the SPD, that this was the point which most worried the largest number of voters.
Obviously, there is a need for a generational change, which according to the ideas represented on ARS-UNA always means a discontinuous development. It seems not very gratifying that the Young Socialists under Kevin Kuehnert are placing these supposedly unsolvable problems not at the top of the issues, which, of course, other countries and other parties are also facing, especially the now very successful Greens under Robert Habeck. The movement "Aufstehen" (Getting Up) again brought stronger attitude to pacifism into the discussion. But ARS-UNA continues to search for a modern Middle Way by a virtual network for dynamic interaction with philosophical background as a center between left and right thereby supporting new secularization.  

© Copyright Hans J. Unsoeld, Berlin 2018  
Updated  Oct. 29, 2018