capitalism is the cause of poverty and hunger and that real democracy can't be realized under that economic system. It seems they're not fond of market fundamentalism and neoliberalism. In fact, they see straight through it.
You might have thought that Germans who live in Europe's economic powerhouse would be true free market capitalists. You would be wrong.
The survey found that more than 60 percent of
Germans believe there is no genuine democracy in their country because
industry has too much political influence and that the voice of the
voters plays only a subordinate role.
Gee, does any of that sound familiar?