The old saying goes that you wait ages for a bus, and then 3 of them turn up at once. The same is true for my website work it seems – having not launched any sites for a while, I have managed to launch 3 in a week! A few days ago it was sites for Miranda Grell and LME-LSE, I today proudly announce the launch of a website for Pernilla Ahls√?n, a friend and author based in Stockholm. I’m afraid that the site is in Swedish – I can’t understand it, but I’m sure the text is good. You could just admire the design… 😉
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Also "replaced him [Ramelow] with an obscure West German liberal, Thomas Kemmerich" https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/feb/26/germany-angela-merkel-cdu
Yes, Kemmerich is from Aachen. But moved to Thüringen in 1991 and was *never* politically active in West Germany.
This is poor, @guardian!
"Angela Merkel's militant liberalism" What the hell is this, The Guardian? Pretty damned hard to find Merkel being militant about anything. Then the piece says she's built a vague political movement. Is she militant or vague? She can't really be both! https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/feb/26/germany-angela-merkel-cdu
Tweeted late yesterday, so re-posting today - if you want to understand why the CDU's leadership election is so interesting, you have to look at one person's role in it: Friedrich Merz.
There is one person who makes this #CDUVorsitz CDU party leadership election so fascinating:
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