In the Brunner era, MFG faced a lot of criticism from its own people for allegedly not positioning itself clearly enough against globalist issues such as the Great Reset. Today’s press conference in Salzburg showed that lessons have been learned. As is usual at MFG, the candidates running may be neither political professionals nor full-blooded politicians, but they don’t want that at all. They have clear issues and would like to introduce them to the state parliament with as much approval from the population as possible.
The MFG positions itself as a strong voice for neutrality and against the war. They declare war on globalism – neither do they want transparent people with total surveillance and measures restricting fundamental rights, nor do they want to have cash taken from them. Anti-democracy utopias such as a social credit system must not exist – MFG is also running for this in the state elections in Salzburg. The aim is to involve the citizens as much as possible and direct democracy.
We have briefly summarized the content and ideas of the candidates for you:
The following information comes from the MFG Salzburg press kit, which was presented to the public on March 6th with the most important topics for the state election:
Should it really go on like this in our country?
In the future, too, we will not stand idly by and see what the prevailing politicians in Austria are up to. The MFG stands for a new and more direct democracy, a central political element of the MFG.
Another major concern for us is the preservation of cash as a means of payment, so that the next generation can still pay with “real” money and does not have to submit to digital control.
We are committed to humane care in the event of care and illness, which can only be achieved through reasonable and appreciative conditions for everyone involved. The aim is to completely rethink the system and adapt it to people’s needs, wishes and living conditions.
Austria’s neutrality is an important part of Austrian foreign policy and is anchored in the 1955 State Treaty. Neutrality means that Austria does not take part in military action in the event of a conflict and generally stays away from military alliances. Austria thus undertakes to actively secure peace and to guarantee its independence and
territorial integrity. We at MFG are committed to ensuring that Austria resumes its role as mediator and bridge builder between states and regions, thereby making a significant contribution to world peace.
An affordable and sensible transport concept for Salzburg is essential. Investing billions in the construction of a controversial subway in times of ubiquitous inflation is highly negligent from an economic point of view. Creative alternative concepts must be incorporated into the decision-making process.
The MFG Salzburg has set out – as a party of human freedom. Freedom in the sense of the MFG means: Responsible people entrust politicians with the administration of the capital they have generated. Not as a petitioner, but as a client. And the politicians of the future, like every entrepreneur, will have to bear the consequences for wrong decisions. April 23rd is a good time to start all of this.
We came for you and we will stay for you!
Your MFG team Salzburg
“New forms of democracy require not only new rights, but also new obligations”
The top candidate for MFG Salzburg works as a team leader for project managers in the automotive industry. Born and raised in the Mühlviertel, he fulfilled his childhood dream of living in Salzburg 10 years ago and moved to Wals. He spends his free time in the mountains or at the football stadium. Receiving our cash as a means of payment is one of the causes he cares about
will be particularly involved.
Dipl. KH-BW Sonja Schrom-Kühr
“It is high time people regained confidence in democratic processes”
Born in Salzburg, she is the mother of one daughter and lives with her partner in Elsbethen. She has decades of experience and a wide range of training in the field of healthcare.
Most recently, she was a self-employed management consultant before she largely put this activity on hold in favor of caring for her father. She can recharge her batteries with her dog in nature and recently also in the vegetable garden. She is particularly interested in the topics of prevention, care and mental health of children.
Mag. Joachim Mayrhuber
Born in Upper Austria, he ended up in Salzburg because of his studies in sports and history. There he founded the first licensed snowboard school in the state. In addition to a snowboard school, shop and rental, the passionate climber runs a publishing house for climbing guides and lives with his partner and son in Grödig. Cosmopolitan and enthusiastic, he now throws himself into politics and is particularly committed to a sensible traffic concept and the maintenance of neutrality.
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