The entertainer Michael Molterer proved in his very personal Report24 “Klartext” interview with Edith Brötzner that he can not only be loud and funny. There he gave very personal insights into his view of the current situation, his values and visions for the future. In addition to his activities in front of the camera, he is currently on the road as a committed member of the “Millennium Movement” team.
A report by Edith Brötzner
Every Saturday you can find the Lower Austrian entertainer together with Christian Gschwantner and Nadja Wolf at the demo truck in Vienna. This project was created to get people out of their emotional low and to make joie de vivre socially acceptable again. According to Molterer, there is no need for an externally determined concept that is currently being imposed on us, but simply more love, freedom and joy again. Already at the beginning of his media career, in a youth entertainment series, he realized how manipulatively the media use the compilation of images and information and how this affects the viewer. The entertainer has always been critical. The more random pressure you put on him, the more back pressure he gets.
Get out of fear!
Propaganda without a justifiable basis and logical background provokes massive resistance from him. Although he can only get little positive out of the word resistance – his passion is more the enlightening activity. He wants to get people thinking for themselves again. We shouldn’t rely too much on what the media tells us every day, but make up our own minds and listen to our gut feeling again. In addition to his work in front of the camera, Michael Molterer is currently completing his training as a life and social counselor. On the one hand, to get to know yourself better and to recognize your own patterns. On the other hand, he would also like to work with people in this area in the future.
Molterer is convinced that other perspectives are also needed in the current situation. It’s high time to feel yourself again and to tolerate each other. Because it doesn’t need harmony, but uniqueness. Everyone should be able to live their strengths and talents. The entertainer sees the biggest problem in the fact that people are currently far too determined by others and only live in their fear. He clearly focuses on the positive things and appeals to people to distance themselves from the media reports and to reflect on the essentials – the things that connect. Anyone who would like to get in touch with Michael Molterer can find him on all social media channels or every Saturday at the Millennium Movement truck in Vienna.