Many politicians in the city parliament are angry about it. You have the feeling that they want to piss one. And so it is, too. For the parliamentary elections in 2009 had "The Party" not allowed to compete until: The Federal Returning Officer had determined that "the party" does not meet the criteria prescribed by the Political Parties Act. It says, for example, that a party seek to influence the political will of the people. And that they are seriously pursuing this goal. Satire does not quite do so. Local elections in Schleswig-Holstein was allowed to begin "The party" anyway.
Ten days after the election were sitting together at City Hall SPD deputy. They prepared a meeting with members of the Green Party. They also talked about Langbehn. The SPD parliamentary leader considers him a jester, whose program has nothing to do with reality. "Satire in the election campaign well and good," he said at the table with the other comrades. But in the citizenry it is misplaced. Democracy is not a joke. The only thing that Langbehn's success has become possible only through the electoral rules.
While the SPD discussed at City Hall, Bastian Langbehn was in the car. He was on his way to his first major appearance after the election. The invitation he had received there by mail: scientists from the University wanted what can be improved as talk about the medical care of old people in LÃ¼beck and with professionals. The researchers wanted to gather ideas for a conference in the fall. They had Langbehn invited because he is a Member.
Langbehn did not understand what should go there, "health care planning meeting in LÃ¼beck". Of health care, he has no idea. He is 30, a trained retail salesman, casual DJ, caretaker of his mother's apartments in Timmendorfer beach. Langbehn had not even noticed what should be the purpose of the planning meeting. But he wanted to look at that.
Langbehn was on the guest list under the heading of "professionals". The professor, who chaired the meeting, greeted him by name. "Moin," Langbehn said. He looked around: about forty people. They looked weird Langbehn: He wore shirt, jacket and shorts on his head he had a red cap. "I'm so fresh" it was written with permanent marker. The others had to normal shirts and dress pants or jeans. On many nameplates "was Dr. ". When all were seated, each presented briefly. Doctors, lawyers, politicians. Langbehn said: "Moin, I'm Bastian Langbehn, I am chairman of the party, the party 'here in LÃ¼beck and apparently since today our health expert. "People looked at him perplexed. Langbehn grinned. He thought that was funny. Then he looked at his phone. Again new mail.
Since the election Langbehn investigated its role. So cold silly as the comedian Sonneborn, the public hardly ever says a serious word, he is not. In the brief telephone interview after the election he had endured the teasing. But in longer conversations he did not do it. Langbehn said then that he had previously sympathized with the aims of the countryside. But he would not occur. All parties would simulate honesty, and then it will lie. During the campaign, he has been at a panel discussion in a school times. Since he has found that the CDU-SPD participants ideas off as his own. In the "party" nobody pretends he is authentic and reputable. But it's also easy to make fun of the powerful, as long as no one is even. Langbehn is now deputy, and he begins to suspect that the responsibility means.
After discussion at the University of Langbehn was drinking beer in the pub the "party". Shortly before midnight, two came in from the left. An old and one young. They knocked on the shoulder Langbehn, drank beer at the bar and squinted over to him. When he did not hinguckte, they shot him with their cell phones. Langbehn is now a celebrity. In addition, the left anyway watching him closely. "The party 'actually has a left program," claimed the old man in the pub. One example he did not know. But you would like to form a group with Langbehn. The larger the group, the more money they get. Continue reading http://healthsuppliesguru.co.uk