Johannes Kaiser

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Johannes Kaiser
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President of the National Libertarian Party

From: 7 June 2024 –
Predecessor Founder of the party
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
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Member of the Chamber of Deputies of Chile, District 10 (Santiago)

From: 11 March 2022 –
Predecessor Luciano Cruz-Coke Carvallo
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
Party Partido Nacional Libertario (cropped).jpg National Libertarian Party (2024-)
LOGO PAR REPUBLICANO otro.png Republican Party (2019-2021, 2022-2024)
Spouse(s) Ivette Avaria Vera
Religion Orthodox Christian

Johannes Maximilian Kaiser Barents-Von Hohenhagen (born 5 January 1976, Santiago) is a Chilean from German descent right-wing deputy and political commentator, who uses the pseudonym "The National Libertarian" and on June 2024 founded the National Libertarian Party, a dissident right anti-establishment party.[1][2][3]

He informs what the Mainstream media doesn't and has shown how the Chilean State is following the UN 2030 Agenda.

Kaiser strongly opposes Globalism, Socialism, Terrorism in the South of Chile, Gender Ideology, Mass immigration and Abortion.

He endorses Patriotism, Capitalism and the values of the Republic.

Johannes is the brother of Axel Kaiser (Classic Liberal political commentator), Vanessa Kaiser (Right-wing political commentator) and Leif Kaiser (gun rights defender in Chile).

In 2021 he got elected deputy thanks to the Republican Party of José Antonio Kast, after he got elected he had to renounce for a controversy, and decided to rejoin on 2022 to renounce again in 2024.

Kaiser defends the innocence of the Military Political Prisoner Miguel Krassnoff.

He wants to be precandidate to the Presidency in the right-wing primaries on 2025.

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