Came across this Economist piece on Volt: https://www.economist.com/europe/2018/11/01/volt-wants-to-become-the-first-pan-eu-political-party
One of the founders, a "26-year-old ex McKinsey consultant" talks of the "brand" being the same across Europe before he mentions the policies. They're meeting up in some gastly gastropub in Andel. Think I'll pass.
@pony "If I could not get to heaven but with a party, I would not go there at all." - Thomas Jefferson. On that point I'm with him. Parties are silly ideas in that to work they must largely exclude those who do not think alike. "I agree entirely with these dozen or so people on the cabinet, substantively with the one hundred and fifty people on my side of the house, and to a remarkable degree with the members of my party." What?! How?! I don't know how to agree with myself.
@pony Yes. It's always been the way of course. It's just shit when all of 2 or most of n political parties are pushing their least constructive factions to the front at the same period. *shrug*
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