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SYRIZA’s Ken and Barbie…

SYRIZA’s Ken and Barbie…

SYRIZA’s Ken and Barbie…

By Kostas Stupas

Case 5u The candidate for the leadership of the official opposition party, Stefanos Kasselakis, appears to have no luck with the party’s traditional base, but this is another sign of a knee-jerk reaction to impending … fate. For the current party of official opposition.

Mrs. Ahtsioglou’s candidacy is a sign of knee-jerk reaction, as the criteria he dominates are based on a friendly way of “writing in the mirror” and not on any distinct political stigma or anything else. Clear political orientations, e.g. Mr. Chocolates…

Ms. In contrast to Ahtsioglou, Mr. Ahtsioglou also took some controversial positions, such as the abolition of military service and the “professionalization” of the armed forces, or the separation of church and state. However, these are not enough to distinguish him and give him some clear political content.

The truth is that Mr. Kassalakis knows more about the Greek reality as a tourist…

It is difficult to convince him that he cannot reform but adequately manage the modern Greek public chaos.

The Greek chaos of small and large interests could not be managed by the Karamanlites, the Simites, the Mitsotokides, three memoranda and a bankruptcy…

Both, the most important candidates, seem to be choices made by marketing criteria, just as a soap promotion company selects samples that serve its purposes.

So we don’t like it because they compare us to the “settlers” of the Civil War and the slackers or “student fathers” of the public sector? That’s why we put “Ken” and “Barbie” in the window and break the cord of political isolation…

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It demonstrates the impoverishment of the Greek left and the left in general without effort in an age of Western prosperity…

But it demonstrates the impoverishment of the domestic economic, political and media elite to create conditions of seriousness and stability in the administration of the country.

For others, Mr. Kasselakis is everything Syriza hates so far: educated, raised in the US, clearly committed to the values ​​of Western democracies, good English, self-made shipbuilder, not excelling at foreign universities. He ran a company that was taxed in a tax haven…

By the time Syriza and Greece as a whole perceived the world as moving between 1850, the Greek Civil War and some peace and disarmament group led by the Soviet Union…

But will these be enough to rescue the main opposition party from its downward spiral? Probably not. The shock of disengagement is likely to accelerate wear.

In shape and form…

It is no coincidence that the attempts of the Tsipras leadership group in recent years to approach the positions of European social democracy of the 70s have failed miserably.

Mr. Tsipras, because he was in the right place at the right time, ended up four years as prime minister during the collapse due to bankruptcy.

Today’s SYRIZA Mr. The creation of Tsipras and Mr. The choice to demonstrate Tsipras’s political content is that during the period of the collapse of the Soviet Union and the split of the KKE (in the rest of the world, the KK was disappearing) he chose to join the KNE… the second option was the option to co-rule with the “burnts”…

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Mr. Kassalakis and Ms. Both Ahtzioklou’s cases are selections based on “lifestyle” criteria, a desperate attempt to change the party’s showcase, perhaps succeeding in converting their merchandise and customers…

But this does not seem to be enough.

The irreversible trend towards the demise of SYRIZA has been shown by public opinion’s indifference to developments regarding the emergence of leadership in the party in recent weeks…

Mr. Kassalakis’ “sexy” looks, appearance, personality and skills in social networks brought the issue of leadership to the fore.

In essence, Mr. Kassalakis looks like an unknown passer-by who “saw the light” with some good acquaintances, visited SYRIZA’s offices and ran for president.

This has never happened before, in Greece or anywhere else in the world…