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Hans-Olaf Henkel (AFD) to the European elections

On the 25th. May is European elections. In Germany, 32 political groupings. Telepolis has asked famous candidates of the seven most important of these questions. In the first of these interviews aubert Hans-Olaf Henkel, the former prasident of the Federal Association of German Industry (BDI) and Deputy Speakers of Alternative Fur Germany (AFD), among others, to the euro, as he became, "Galloping centralism", Associated social security systems and regionalization movements.

Mr. Henkel – prevents the EU that its Member States operate economic policy after MAB? Hans-Olaf Henkel: Of course. Before all, since the euro has been imported, it has always become clearer that the unitity for the south is far too heavy and far too light for the north. This results in that the Suods no longer growth and a rising unemployment rate has been complaining and in the north the savers are expropriated, because the unit level for the north is too low. Do not find it amazing that you are in spiritual close to some linksocial democratic economists, which in a similar manner criticize the EU Fiscal Consolidation Policy? Hans-Olaf Henkel: There is something: not only left ocons, but above all the center AFD economists see that a unitity of unity in different cultures does not make sense. But there is a fundamental difference in the slogans: the left-hand allowed the unitity without further savings deposits, which means that the Germans should pay even more than before. That’s why the representatives of the left spectrum for Eurobond are also.

"Galloping centralism" and merged social security systems

Which economic policy has been recommended instead the AFD? Hans-Olaf Henkel: Actually the old liberal economic policy in the spirit Ludwig Erhard: We are for subsidiarity in Europe and not for centralism. To rescue the euro, the galloping centralism is now introduced in Europe. This process follows the logic of Euroretter: because only by a uniform economic and social policy as well as a banking union can be saved the euro. This positioning of the euro rescuer towards centralism is although it is completely logical out of its waiting, only we do not want that because of the side effects towards more centralism. The second point concerns the harmonization of the systems: we want more competition. This too is an old principle of Ludwig Erhard. To save the euro, the social security systems in Europe should now be harmonized, which is the competition for the best solution leaving. This goes so far that the European Commission has just proposed to put together the social security systems in the euro zone in the long term. That’s, as I said, a logical proposal, if you want to save the euro, only with Ludwig Erhard has nothing to do. The third point is the communitization of the debts, which has now been used on the European stability mechanism ESM and the European Central Bank, who is willing to buy government securities from ailing sudlanders at the expense of Germany,. Not to forget the Banking Union, which means nothing else, as that German credits someday also have to stand for maraud banks in the Suden Europe.

"From the Territory Union, a liability union, then the debt union follows and finally the inflation union"

Where, in your opinion, the current EU policy was leaving if it is not changed? Hans-Olaf Henkel: The euro was saved first, but this was driven to a long-term bilder of the competitiveness of the total euro zone. It has never prevailed an economic block in the globalized world built on the tonal dome of centralism, harmonization and communitization of debts. That’s why I also immediately see no danger for the euro. The euro is only saved because the opposite politician generation is unable to add a mistake like Mr. Lucke or me. Because we both were until May 2010 also for the euro, but then have had to recognize that the policy has broken the promise to keep us in liability for schools of other countries. Therefore, at the expense of the euro zone competitive competition is simply done further as before. From the Territory Union, a liability union, then the debt union follows and finally the inflation union.

"A completely schizophrenic situation"

What you mean: Are the ruling politicians of the consequences of them be aware of or displace them? Hans-Olaf Henkel: I suspect there are both, though I think that intelligent people like Wolfgang SchaBle know exactly what they do. These are now fanatic conviction dates who have recognized that for the salvation of the euro is only centralism, harmonization and communitization of the debts the solution and therefore consistently restrict this path. But I suppose that the majority of German deputies do not know what’s going on, otherwise as the Germans who at least suspect what happens. Otherwise, one could not explain why the sixty percent of Germans for the euro could turn out, but 85 percent refuse to save him. This is a completely schizophrenic situation that has caused politics through the dictum of alleged alternativeity! Hans-Olaf Henkel. Photo: Blu-News.org. License: CC BY-SA 2.0. What criticize at the euro rescue screen? Hans-Olaf Henkel: I criticize that with the fact that it has been set up in the task of the D-Mark’s task: originally bothered that no German taxpayer can only be demonstrated indirectly if any ie-friendly politician in the South of Europe his country to the wall drive. In Greece, Portugal and Spain, we have seen how these promises were broken. At present, although so shortly before the European elections among all circumstances is prevented that the further emerging crisis in Greece, again becomes a topic. We will then see after choosing that the country is still attributable to the financial drip in Germany as before.

"Self-determination right of a people can be more important than the invulnerability of existing boundaries"

What do you say "Extension of the EU inside" – So to the independence of regions such as Scotland, Catalonia et cetera? Hans-Olaf Henkel: Thus, the AFD has worked against the background of the current crimp crisis, whose development does not surprise me. Because this slanges a little bit with the centralization efforts set out in Europe, which are to be determined in the windshade of euro rescue, but on the other hand significantly also with globalization: we can not forget that the fast-faster technical progress and accelerating change in all areas of society drove that people need stop and long for a stucco home. Personally, it’s like that: the HSV also interests me more than the German Fubball National Team. It is an interesting phenomenon worldwide that people are in a world in which everything becomes more likeering after roots. In this respect, it is no wonder that many Scots and most of the Catalans were like in their own nation. These two examples already show that the idea of a united Europe can not work with twenty-four languages and completely different cultures. You can see it yourself at a bilingual country like Belgium, which does not come to rest. I believe that – as long as a separation happens peaceful and at a legal basis – the right of self-determination of a people can be more important than the inviolability of existing limits. The reunification has also shown this.

More interviews:

"A transatlantic trade agreement carries rough opportunities and dangers": Jacob von Weizsacker (SPD)

Some Union: Herbert Reul (CDU) and Markus Ferber (CSU)

"All Greek debts, which have been rebuilt by the editions": Gabi room (the left)

"Lander should receive the possibility to change in a preservation parallel to the euro": Ulrike Muller (Free Wahler)

"In Ukraine, we have adjusted the protests against the avert of the EU": Sven Giegold (Grune)

Suddeuropa with TTIP and a lowering of US for food rescue: Alexander Count Lambsdorff (FDP)

And as a bonus: "Yes to Europe, no to Europe!": Martin Sonneborn (party)

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