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Eine kleine Geschichte der Parlamentsschlägerei (33c3)

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    I already were at another conference
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    and know you can listen to a moderation
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    how it would be done professionally
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    laughter
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    You have to image myself in a suit or sth like that
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    For sure, everyone knows,
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    that it is the goal of "big politics"
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    to create majorities.
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    For creating majorities, it is important to
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    stay so vague in saying stuff,
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    such that as many as possible agree with the said.
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    The "saying nothing professional" was
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    brought to an artform by "big politics"
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    during the centuries.
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    So it is understandable, that the
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    "nothing sayers" in the
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    parliaments of the world have to get rid
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    of the frustration about
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    the meaninglessness of their own doing.
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    There are multiple ways for doing this;
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    today we want to look at the most spectacular way.
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    And so I'm glad to present the talk from
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    Joachim Schautenbach and Pia Fortunata
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    "A small history of parliament fights"
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    So many words, but it is so easy
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    Everyone of us is annoyed
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    for at least 3 years.
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    We have to blow steam!
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    Today we have a look at
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    parlamentarians giving themselves a
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    proper licking.
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    applause
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    Welcome to "a small history of parliament fights"
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    You all know the problem
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    parliaments are most of time
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    quiet boring
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    and action is not a regular thing
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    in the Bundestag.
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    Because of this we had a look at some
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    other parliaments a few years ago
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    and were surprised about the possible.
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    Such a parliament fight is not
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    extraordinary democratic, but
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    can produce pictures of artistic value.
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    Sometimes in golden ratio
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    and sometimes not
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    And from that interest, the worldwide only
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    expert blog about parliament fights arose.
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    Which we keep for six years now.
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    This is our blog,
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    the domain is written in the program
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    we can repeat that at the end
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    We collected about 90 parliament fights
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    on that blog in the last six years
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    The last one is a week ago
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    in Kenia
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    and we try on a short summary.
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    First of all about the theory:
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    The history of parliament fights.
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    The encyclopedic collective term is
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    Legislative violence
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    What's funny about that
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    You can read that on wikipedia
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    The history of legislative violence
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    dates back until the
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    murder of Julius Ceasar
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    44 BC in the senate of Rome
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    The big question is
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    why is there violence in parliaments
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    one of the few scientists
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    who got deeply engaged with the topic
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    is Christopher Gandrud
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    who wrote a PhD theory about the topic
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    and a few other publications
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    ho considers the following factors
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    important for the rising
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    of a parliament fight.
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    If political parties are underrepresented
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    happening e.g. through
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    first-past-the-post systems
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    or high percentage hurdles
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    therefore the voting system does'nt
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    map the real voting results well
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    Another important factor is
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    the democracy is quite young
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    The younger the democracy
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    the higher the propability
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    of violence in the parliament
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    Gandroud put the in a nice picture
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    the contrast
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    more contrast
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    okay anyway
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    much depends on how old is a democracy
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    Another factor is the
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    ethnical, political and religious
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    division of the society
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    The more division the more fights
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    and furthermore he fund out
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    the parliament fights happen more often
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    in the forefront of actual wars
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    and civil wars
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    One phase of great legislative violence
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    was the prewar time of the
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    american civil war
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    where parliamentists were stabbed
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    and challenged each other to duel
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    or one beat another to near death
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    with a stick
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    happened 1864 in the eve of civil war
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    in the US congress
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    as the democrat brucks
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    bate the repuclian sander to near death
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    after the...
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    bullshit
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    after Sander hold a speech against slavery
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    in the congress, after that he got a
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    decent beating.
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    from germany we found
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    just a single example
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    1950 the formerly NSDAP member
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    Wolfgang Regler which also was
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    a representative in post war germany
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    was noticed for being a antisemite
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    and right wing extremist
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    was suspended from the Bundestag for a
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    short time
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    got back despite the suspension
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    and then got thrown out
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    of the building
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    by social democrats
Title:
Eine kleine Geschichte der Parlamentsschlägerei (33c3)
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German
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