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Published on Jan 3, 2011
Speaker: maha/Martin Haase
The language of political betrayal and its Justification
The presentation shows how politicians justify, if they decide against their arguments and the beliefs or act for which they stand. It appears this extreme duress, because it is often not so easy to give up before the arguments. Be used So you have to empty phrases, smoke grenades, bogus arguments and specific grammatical resources that reduce the recourse obligation (Conjunctive, double negatives, modal particles, etc.), while tricks are needed that go beyond the now sufficiently well known Leyen rhetoric.
2010 was a year of political change. It also changed political attitudes: so do the Greens in the Düsseldorf parliament suddenly vote for the youth media protection treaty, which they wanted to prevent the opposition. Reinhard Bütikofer Gallo agrees with the report on copyright and intellectual property. And in 2009 believed Green MEP, not to have to vote against the access difficulty law. All justify themselves - or at least tried it. In the other parties, there have been changes: The interior minister gave himself sometimes more, sometimes less open-minded when it came to power politics. The CDU called for a reliable policy for station construction, but took the exit from the nuclear phase. The SPD wanted to be back in power the party and called for more newspaper reading for students. If you have little or no arguments, have to rely on specious arguments, but what remains, if one argues in one direction and decision in the other direction? The language of political treachery and justify it gives information.
To speak: Matthi Bolte, Reinhard Bütikofer, Peter Schaar and a politician from Stuttgart. (via google translate)