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So ist das, wenn in einem europäischen Land die politische Mitte implodiert: Kaum ist der erste Schock vorüber, wird die Beruhigungsmaschine angeworfen. Ach, die Österreicher wieder mal. Sind halt etwas kippelig auf der rechten Seite. Überhaupt sind sie sehr speziell, die Ösis – mit ihren ewigen großen Koalitionen, der Klientelwirtschaft und ihrer fast schon wieder charmanten Geschichtsvergessenheit.
Schon trudeln Ratschläge zur Schadensbegrenzung ein: Jetzt müssten sich halt " alle demokratischen Kräfte " (Sigmar Gabriel) zusammenraufen, und die etablierten Parteien müssten nur "ordentlich arbeiten", dann werde der freundlich lächelnde, aber stramm rechte
Norbert Hofer von den "Freiheitlichen" die Stichwahl in einem Monat verlieren und nicht als Bundespräsident in die Wiener Hofburg einziehen.
Man braucht schon viel Marillenschnaps, um daran zu glauben. Was, wenn genau solch routiniertes Abmoderieren Teil des Problems ist?
Die peinliche Wahrheit ist leider, dass heute niemand weiß, wie man den Aufstieg der
Rechtspopulisten stoppen kann. Sie sind in nahezu allen westlichen Ländern im Aufwind, die Führungsmacht USA und neuerdings Deutschland eingeschlossen. Der Hannoveraner
Mini-Gipfel am Montag war da sehr sprechend. Obama, Merkel, Hollande, Renzi, Cameron
– die führenden Politiker der (linken und rechten) Mitte haben alle mit populären rechten
Strömungen zu kämpfen. Und die Bilanz ist bitter.

Drei Strategien sind schon gescheitert: Boykott, Einbindung und Anpassung.
Als die "Freiheitlichen" unter Jörg Haider im Jahr 2000 mit der konservativen ÖVP koalieren wollten, verhängte die EU unter deutscher Führung Strafmaßnahmen. Vom Trotz gegen die Sanktionen profitierte Haider.
In Dänemark und den Niederlanden wurde das Gegenteil versucht: Mitte-rechtsRegierungen ließen sich von rechts außen dulden und übernahmen sogar weite Teile von
deren…...

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