Change the vote.

I wish that could happen, but sadly it looks like the right is going to win in the upcoming Danish election.

And the lead-up to the election day has been quite yucky. Especially because, more than ever, the medias have painted a polarized picture of the Danish political parties. If it wasn't because the scale is so much smaller and the people are speaking Danish, one might have thought this was the goddamn American presidential campaining all over again! It makes me sick!

And it's focused a lot more on individual people of the parties, i.e. the "presidential candidates", and give me just one reason why that is ok?? Why do the medias think we're so stupid that we don't want the proper messages the parties have to give us?? But no, of course, it's MUCH EASIER to just generalise it into 2 wings and don't give a fuck about EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN!

Granted, the parties seem very much alike, SEEM ALIKE. And they have to. They're all woeing the same groups in the population, and that's fucked up too. Because that means that they're twisting, what their message is, to suit results of polls. AND HOW DOES THAT HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH BEING DEMOCRATIC?? That just means you're weak and not bloody ready to stand up for what you believe in!

Oh if only there was still a Communist party in Denmark, I could vote for them, although I know that would be pretty much wasting my vote, but atleast they are not afraid to ACTUALLY BELIEVE IN SOMETHING.

Oh whatever.

Tuesday, February 01, 2005 posted by Wardi @ 8:53 PM