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    • ruedi bosshart
    • 27.06.13 | 16:22 (IDT)

    overall i agree with carlo strenger regarding an ODS approach: first ask the people in palestine and israel if they want this. regarding switzerland: "it shares a very strong common national ethos." this is correct and want to stress the argument even further saying: the common national ethos is to a large extend based on exclusion, even with a percentage of foreigners living in switzerland of around 23%, that means: swiss don't want to be germans - that's for sure, nor french, italians or austrians. inconceivable for the majority in switzerland becoming a member of the EU or NATO. full disclosure: i'm swiss. ruedi bosshart

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