Unlike those in government, who are in favor of indiscriminate immigration (as long as it is in other European countries), the Sahra Wagenknecht Alliance has clear ideas on the phenomenon: it is fundamental limit the entry of immigrants. To simplify: the same recipe as on the right. Far from the rigid principles of Die Linke, the new left-wing force has embraced coherent, concrete and practical principles. The reasoning is successful, with all due respect to the relevant NGOs: immigration is used to lower wages and those who want to represent the workers cannot support the low-cost workforce. Realism, not fairy tales.
A lesson for many, even for the Italian left: given the difficulties encountered in recent months, Elly Schlein could do with a lot of reality check. Rather than imagining the danger of fascism or talking about Telemeloni, some common sense reasoning would bring benefits to the line of the Democratic Party, which has so far been rejected by the Italians. The dems could return to visit the suburbs, understand the problems of wild immigration starting from the contribution to degradation. But that is not all. The line on immigration isn’t the only thing Germans appreciate. The BSW is also getting excellent feedback for criticism aimed at the green transition and for the support for farmers. Contrary to the rest of the German and non-German left, he bluntly slammed fundamentalism on green issues, underlining the great difficulties encountered by various sectors, starting from the aforementioned farmers, who in recent weeks have been invading the cities with tractors and heavy vehicles Of every kind.