This is an editorial that reveals the political tendency of the barometer-run. Created under the Objectives section of the Barometer Foundation, it operates on the front page of the magazine “Christian Values, Conservative Ideology and Liberal Opinions and Defending Business Freedom and Property Rights”. The political etiquette of the magazine is moderate.
In last week’s local elections, London turned left. For example, Labor won in Westminster County for the first time in 60 years. In the countryside, on the other hand, it is difficult for the party, and in Northern Ireland, at the time of writing, Sinn Fein seems to be the largest. The party certainly has a socialist but separatist agenda and wants Northern Ireland to leave Britain in favor of Ireland.
The United Kingdom thus shares growth with many European countries. Cities turn to the left and the country that wants to “keep quiet” turns to the right. See also the French election at the end of last month. Macron, a social liberal, competed in the cities against the far left and in the countryside against the nationalist Le Pen.
In Oslo, the Rødt, a coalition of the Revolutionary Socialist and Communist Parties, won 8.3 percent of the vote, while the Socialist Left Party won more than 13 percent. In the municipality of Copenhagen, the Unity List, which seeks to replace capitalism with socialist democracy, received almost every fourth vote.
In Sweden, there is a similar trend, although the country’s right has to be justified about how much it has turned to the right due to the real change of position and the shift of the political center to the left of the city.
“However, if the bourgeois parties make the most basic analysis that they can win back the city and end up being a left / left issue, there is a danger that winning the election will start with left-wing politics.”
It is with this basic board that we embark on our election campaign. Elections are enough to attract other voters, and in order to achieve the desired change of government, capitalism must win both city and country.
However, when the bourgeois parties win back the city, there is a danger of resorting to left-wing politics to win the election by making a very basic analysis that ends up being a left / right issue. It is worth pointing out here the friction of capitalism that the bridge between the big city and the countryside must be built.
The most reasonable way to look at this is that it is more about culture and values than party politics and a simple and binary view of the city and the country. This must benefit the bourgeoisie. However, the classic, which stands for a mature policy, does not completely change the functional structures that do not tear and change does not happen. A bourgeoisie that works for a state that takes up less space in the lives of the people but cares about the daily lives of the people.
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