While Europe seemed affected by a sudden rise of populist leaders (Berlusconi in Italy, UKIP in Britain, Switzerland with Brocher, France with Le Pen and De Villiers), they were alarmed by this development. Should it be considered as an epiphenomenon of populism? The question is central to the populist current studies of political science. It is difficult to define; however, we must associate it with special features which provide evidence of this concept with more accuracy. By studying them a bit more accurately, these particular characters pose real dangers and exert populism.
[...] The speech for the people is very manipulative, so that the collective imagination thinks that the realization of his desires inevitably involves the rise to power of a populist movement. The great communicators multiply untenable promises to reach potential voters, it evokes insecurity zero (which is associated in the populist rhetoric zero immigration), the company's purification is mentioned its "undesirable" elements. In this speech the emotional background is very present, cement is primarily psychological, and the mental element is the vector of great emotional charge accumulated in time and permanently inscribed in the social memory of peoples. The word leader suggests a dummy ability to change the world. [...]
[...] This rise is also due to the vital role played by the leader of this training. This is Jorg Haider, which blends great looks and a powerful rhetoric. Its handling of the party date in October 1986 and it groups behind its formation some 10% of the vote. In 1999 the OPS is the second Austrian party. Its ideology is anti-system. This is a party that is trying to collect the resentment of the population. It is intended as a real alternative to the two major parties, it is the force of renewal and change, advocating such a fundamental reform of the political system, institutional, social and economic. [...]
[...] Always it is that unless recently have empirical answers that would be very reassuring, populism is more than a present threat to democracy, a way to improve a tool to realize the errors and shortcomings of our democracy present as the preferred means of representation. Conclusion Populism in Europe is today an unprecedented development. This implementation is due to a set of cyclical characteristics whose populist feeds to initiate its ascent. Unfortunately Europe brings together most of these elements, revealing a society in crisis, the democratic achievements seem so challenged. Populism does not touch the same way European countries, although its construction is in most European countries marked by its brutality, some populism seem contrary to register in time. [...]
[...] He is a man that bothers the percution questions it raises, is the man who will redress the nation in peril. Haider also manipulates the Nazi legacy, the reference to that period is intended to denounce the current system in which some of the staff has been involved in Nazi crimes. He plays with the bitterness of the average people who suffered most from the post repression 1945 that the most involved classes. This recourse to resentment is a main strategy of OPS. [...]
[...] - An equally sharp fall just mark the end of a rapid ascent. Throughout the 1990s, under the tight control of Jorg Haider, the party becomes a serious candidate and potential power. But in a few months will experience a dramatic reversal that threatens its very existence. Several reasons come to explain these developments. On the one hand the vote for the OPS is a protest vote closely linked to cyclical issues. The lanes are so fleeting and related releases. [...]
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