said the Danish people's party slogan in the last election campaign.
Let me therefor the quote from Kristian Thulesen Dahl's big speech at the Danish people's party annual meeting as late as in september:
’We think basically the same year after year. We have a clear red thread. Many danes will be able to awaken in the middle of the night and nevertheless get a clear answer on what it is, the Danish people's Party will. I have appointed our party to be the dullest! Because we are not surprised. Because we hold the exchange rate.
And once in a while I can well understand that it may seem quite refreshing that there are other parties, who jumps and dances. Which one should follow this closely – I wonder what they say today?’
to be copied at the above these days. No one seem to know anymore what DF stands for. The party appears most of all rådvildt and with a limp sail, while it turns and spins the boat in the hope of finding a tailwind.
Captain Thulesen Dahl indicates only a direction. For example, to Radio24syv must close, if not it will move to Jutland. In which he with the wind in his face suddenly kontramelder, that one must look at how to ensure that Radio24syv survive. Or his party's trafikordfører are allowed to get a near-private bypass. Which Thulesen Dahl of the fear of tipping over in a subsequent stiff gale from the social media puts themselves down in order not to get hurt while he probably hopes that the DF-missed the boat not be turned to kindling against unforeseen tinge of reality.
about the store and thoroughly gennemforhandlede settlement, which the party suddenly has departed. Not just in a ’bouncing and dancing’, but in a kind of panicky polka throws Thulesen Dahl and company back to the helm to change the direction of fear of kastevindene from the voters.
with enough of a malignant– but quite illustrative – the name to talk about a paradigm shift in the Danish people's history. The sense of the popular direction, you previously identify themselves with, has disappeared in a fog of doubt. The renfærdighed, which the Danish people's Party successfully led himself forward as a popular correction to the old magtpolitiks virkelighedsfornægtelse, is turned into the exact opposite. Although all are called to the oars, it seems too late to paddle backwards.
for the Danish people's Party. Today looks like the party it is, as in many ways it was great to be against: That is to say a wind and weather vane-lot. ’You know, what we stand for’ is out on folkehavet turned into: ’I don't even know yourself, what you stand for’.