Christoph is made of concrete and steel, any feelings these materials may contain can be safely dismissed. And they can't be softened for sure.
Christoph Blocher is an interesting character. He is of German stock, originally, so I'm a bit puzzled that he would want to take "Swissness" so close to his heart. But anyway, we are better off with him than with his pastor brother. That's a real hardliner. He's talking of blood flowing and knifes that are pulled out and shine in the light and so on. Fucking creep, that one. Seems it runs in the family. Only Christophs sister is talking sense and makes it clear that all in the family are fucking creeps indeed, except herself, of course.
Well, it seems we deserve these zero-characters; if not, then our rightfully praised "grassroots" democracy has really let us down. For the first time in a hundred and fifty years.
My opinion is biased of course, it is biased by the RSR's filter. Of course, with that filter on, he looks like his brother Switzerland does not look like hell from the outside, far from it, so there is more to it than a bunch of extremists.
La deformation? Une composition "a plat". Je suis decale sur la gauche, mais je n'ai pas vise la dame, mais le mur a gauche. Avec ce 10-20, si tu es bien perpandiculaire au mur, c'est tres bien. Par contre, si tu prends le moindre angle, les deformations sont tres fortes.