Complaining about amateur players in politics is easy. Doing something about it would be the job of all those who have been trained and rewarded for their intelligent contributions. But they are either too precious, too distracted or too ideologically biased to criticise politics.
The SPD will decide next week who will lead the party in the future after its predecessors, Andrea Nahles and Martin Schulz, who failed in every respect. Olaf Scholz, who with his double partner was able to win the nationwide vote among the party members, is likely to win. After all, he was able to win about 10 percent for himself (with a turnout of 50 percent).