In Western countries it is clear that the actions of politicians and authorities are not for the benefit of the population. Rather, one has submitted to globalism and the sinister goals represented there. Recently there has been a lot of publicity about evictions in Germany for “refugees” to move into. But even tranquil Switzerland, which supposedly cultivates direct democracy, sees along: In Aargau, locals are to give way to asylum seekers.
A comment by Willi Huber
Report24 reported on several scandals in Germany: In Baden-Württemberg, dozens of people had their apartments evicted because they were said to be more urgently needed for refugees. (BaWü: tenants are thrown out of apartments so that refugees can move in). In Berlin, a church monastery disposed of senior citizens from a home. (Berlin: Kirchenstift throws out elderly people in need of care so that refugees can move in). There is no empathy for one’s countrymen and, above all, no one cares about the needs of the locals, which by rights should always come first. In Germany in particular, the “people who have been living here for a long time” have to foot the bill for all the globalist resettlement experiments – and are being disenfranchised year after year.
In Germany and Austria, on the other hand, one rarely hears anything from neighboring Switzerland. If you were to ask someone on the street, no one would know who governs Switzerland and who is currently the President. Until now it was assumed that this was because Switzerland was too democratic and too independent and could therefore become a role model for people in other German-speaking countries. However, self-determination is a thorn in the side of the globalists and democracy is only tolerated where it can be used to advance globalist goals. Most often this is done by submissive left-wing parties.
At the latest during the Corona period, it became apparent that Switzerland is just as infiltrated and contaminated by globalist agents as all other countries in Europe. That shouldn’t come as a surprise if you know what special rights Bill Gates vaccination alliance GAVI enjoys in Switzerland and where the self-proclaimed world leader Klaus Schwab resides with his WEF.
In Switzerland too, government is increasingly ignoring the concerns and needs of the local people. In February, 49 tenants in the municipality of Windisch AG (Aargau) received unpleasant mail. They should vacate their apartments so that the canton can set up accommodation for 100 lucky travelers and pieces of gold – also known from the mass media as “people seeking protection” and “asylum seekers”. According to the Swiss “Blick”, the owner of the properties is the private company “1drittel Aleph AG”. It can be assumed that this company senses the big business with the refugees, which has also made many entrepreneurs millionaires in Germany and Austria – and makes the coffers of various NGOs ring.
In the meantime, local politicians have noticed that the measure may not be so socially acceptable after all. A letter was sent on March 8th in which the canton of Aargau wanted to pay the tenants’ legal fees in their legal dispute against the landlord. In addition, people should at least be guaranteed that they can stay in their apartments until they have found a new apartment. The canton is anything but innocent in this development, because the “refugees”, who are supposed to move in from June and September (these dates are in the notices), are of course assigned by the canton and the costs are paid.
Department head Jean-Pierre Gallati (56, SVP) then admitted mistakes and asked “those affected and the Windisch municipal council to apologize”. When examining the suitability of the property, the cantonal social service paid no attention to the effects of the terminations, he explained. One was not aware that it was about larger apartments in which families live.
Blick.ch on the reaction of the department head
The Swiss People’s Party is actually the counterpart to the AfD in Germany and the FPÖ in Austria – even if a direct comparison is difficult. In the left-leaning Wikipedia, the words “national conservatism, right-wing populism” are used. The New York Times once wrote that the SVP was more right-wing than the FPÖ and thus, according to the Aargauer Zeitung, the most extreme party in the West.
In Germany and Austria the so-called Christian people’s parties are the big traitors to the people – in Germany the CDU/CSU, in Austria the ÖVP. They sell and betray all values to globalism and serve big business – but not the people. In Switzerland, too, one will have to watch very closely what role the SPV, which is currently the party with the most votes in Switzerland, plays. A “mistake” like the one described above must not happen to a conservative party that supposedly is there for the people of its country. From the outside, the electoral defeat of 2019 will probably not be a coincidence, when the worst result since 2003 was achieved.
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