The Straws have known this for a long time. It doesn’t matter what the content is, it doesn’t matter what the theory is – if you repeat a fact over and over again, people will believe it. This is much easier to do through numerous media channels, which are largely broadcast by the ÖVP thanks to tax money. The process of once again honoring the flamboyant son-in-law with the evergreen voice of the country is already in full swing. This could be the strategy behind this.
An analysis by Florian Machl
The takeover of power by Sebastian Kurz and his (largely) Buberl role in the ÖVP was anything but friendly. They wanted to remove the hapless Reinhold Mitterlehner, who had low polling numbers at the time, at any cost. The concept for this was implemented since 2016 and was implemented under the code name “Project BallhausPlatz”. Kurz, a high school graduate, was considered a promising voter magnet for the ÖVP, which was struggling at the time primarily because of his appearance and conduct. They should look young and dynamic; Everything will definitely be better with him and his team. That’s how it should have been, from the historic low of 19 percent voter approval for Question of Sunday (December 30, 2016, Unique Research) to the ÖVP’s almost unbelievable high of 48 percent (April 18, 2020, Unique Research) (StrategyAnalysis) See .at ).
Sebastian Kurz was the best vote guarantor for the ÖVP in decades. The voters didn’t care at all that he was publicly making a mockery of the Constitution (keyword: “legal sophistry”). The young global leader of the World Economic Forum initially followed pandemic-related requirements from abroad dutifully and to the letter.
The ÖVP only gradually came into favor with voters during the so-called Corona crisis; It took a long time for most people to realize that the actual abolition of some human and freedom rights could not be consistent with the ideal of democracy. (In April 2022, after Kurz’s departure, Austria was actually downgraded from a “liberal democracy” to an “electoral democracy”).
The Buber party around Sebastian Kurz, including himself, not only sent the globalists’ message about a terrible pandemic, but also adopted a two-pronged approach, as the Stuttgarter Nachrichten highlighted in November 2021. In early summer 2020, Kurz publicly promised a return to normality within a year. This statement was repeated like a prayer wheel, but linked to vaccination rates. Freedom should be regained through experimental mRNA vaccination.
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In August 2021, subsequent short-term Chancellor Schallenberg announced that the pandemic was over. In early October 2021, then Finance Minister Bluemel announced that the pandemic was over. This year, the OVP posted a poster in the summer “Overcoming the epidemic, fighting the crisis”. Pranksters may now suspect that it didn’t go so well at the WEF in Davos – there were still millions of vaccines to be sold, and an end to the pandemic in one country would also have put billions of syringes sold worldwide at risk. The Economic and Corruption Public Prosecutor’s Office, which was not entirely anti-socialists, intervened at the right time – the investigation was appreciated. On 9 October, Kurz announced his resignation.
The fact that Kurz worked for high-ranking globalists even after his departure and was a welcome guest in the high society of globalist political puppets speaks against the theory of dismissal by the World Economic Forum. In these circles he was still considered a good and trustworthy friend.
OVP can now bring Kurz back with this strategy
No matter what Kurz did or didn’t do, the voter’s memory is short and impressionable. The name Kurz is still associated with departure, youth, mobility and success. There has not yet been a single conviction in the inner circle of the Buberl and Mäderl parts of the Ballhausplatz project. Insiders also suspect that some of the allegations may be premeditated. If Kurz and his confidants win most, if not all, of the cases against the WKStA, they can present themselves as clean and launch a massive attack on the political opposition. It would be quite possible that the socialists would agree to such procedures – because at present it looks as if the FPÖ, which they hate, may win the next election. Better a Kurz than a Kickal, this is the motto of one of the most corrupt countries in the world.
The fact that Kurz’s comeback is being vigorously worked on is shown by the films about Kurz that are currently in theaters (even if no one wants to see an explicitly Kurz-friendly film. yes). The giant posters put up in Vienna are also indicating that they want to give Kurz the status of hero. The fact that ÖVP is serious is shown by the star guests who came to the premiere of the short-suited film – including puppet master and former Chancellor Schüssel. If you didn’t believe Kurz, he’d be sitting all alone in the movie. And it’s just been announced that another short festival film is nearing completion.
“With Kurz, the pandemic would have been completely different”
Kurz will be brought before the public and will show that there is no truth in the allegations against him. It would have been just a case of conspiracy – and he would have waited for the investigation and trials to be over in a statesmanlike and professional manner. Kurz may also state that he wants to end the pandemic. Based on the documented statements made by him and those around him, this would not even be a lie. Of course, they would not have been accompanied by any developments like mandatory vaccination (decided in early 2022). Perhaps someone will have to sacrifice Schallenberg, who made particularly wicked statements during his short transitional period as Chancellor. Isolating oneself from those who serve no purpose never keeps a politician from losing track – this is more common.
And people will believe the story. Absolutely not, no question. But the current 21-23 percent approval for the ÖVP could reach at least 30 percent again (see APA poll trends for current data). Most of these votes are likely to come from Kikal-FPO as well. So perhaps the “threat” of Chancellor Kickle will be averted. Should the FPÖ remain in first place in the upcoming National Council elections, everything would be open again under Sebastian Kurz. If Karl Nehmer has decided that he will never form a coalition with the Kikal-FPEO, then Kurz, who is not bound by such a promise, can form a coalition with anyone. The question is whether the sting of Kikal’s betrayal during and after the Ibiza coup was not too deep and whether he would categorically reject Kurz as a partner. But since Kikal is extremely smart and practical, I would not rule out the possibility of a Kikal-Kurz alliance.
Unless a political miracle occurs, Sebastian Kurz will surely be back in the coming elections. Anyone who wants to prevent this politician, who has turned out to be a turncoat, a follower of global orders and a fraud, from coming back to power should think carefully about whom he is voting for.