While the expression “New World Order” used to be a catchphrase for so-called conspiracy theorists, politicians around the world no longer bother to hide their desire for a great upheaval (one could also say: Great Reset). Anyone who thought the FDP in Germany was a liberal party and therefore a viable alternative to the old parties was already disappointed enough after last year’s elections: Large parts of the party were extremely open to the abolition of fundamental rights and freedoms – underneath also Minister of Finance Christian Lindner. It held at the FDP party conference on April 23 (where, by the way, Pfizer acted as a sponsor) a flaming speech that could well have been inspired by Klaus Schwab.
Lindner also sees both the “pandemic” and the Ukraine war as an “opportunity” for an allegedly better future. The fact that the Greens, for example, see it that way, who have never had much to do with freedom and can only enforce their highly damaging goals for Germany with the people through coercion and manipulation, is no longer news: But that Christian Lindner, who in his speech called military support Ukraine’s demand from Germany that dares to utter the words “peace, freedom and human rights” is questionable. He speaks of “new sources of prosperity” and “international cooperation” – while prosperity is being destroyed in this country and diplomacy is being trampled on by being warmongering.
At the end of his speech, Lindner seems to be acting as a listening mouthpiece for Klaus Schwab and his agenda:
If that is what is left of this terrible phase of pandemic and war, then we will have made a civilizational development. Then a new economic, social and partly new world order will form. It’s a goal worth working for, every day from today onwards.
Of course, the public might see things differently.