The racism of the left, especially the Greens, who always and everywhere think they are something better, comes into its own in the case of political actors such as Habeck and Baerbock, who have a particularly poorly translated mentality. The self-declared green “superman” spoke to the Brazilians, whom he probably considered “savages”, as to small children. The question is where can one acquire such arrogance in a country that tolerates people like Habeck, Baerbock and Özdemir at the top – and who the “savages” are.
A satirical commentary by Willi Huber
The German Economics Minister Robert Habeck, who is not known to be considered an intellectual great, and whom even the weakly flickering lightbulb Baerbock once described as a pig farmer, traveled to Brazil around March 15th. The official goal of the trip: to promote the Mercosur trade agreement. He traveled to a small village in the jungle – which, however, has a completely normal technological standard. People use Instagram, have ATM card terminals, and are familiar with digital classes.
Nevertheless, he presented himself and his cronies Cem Özdemir as “something like chiefs” and spoke to the residents as if they were small children or the mentally retarded. That shows who in Germany really thinks colonially, who is completely withdrawn and arrogant and, all in all, also brutally racist. Watch a recap of what’s happening on RTV below:
And then Habeck was in the element. He admires the Brazilians for living in the forest – because in Germany all the trees were felled 1,000 years ago. In fact, at least a third of Germany is still covered with forest – and the party that cuts down most of it is that of the Greens, because their tens of thousands of bird shredders – also called wind turbines – require massive soil sealing and access roads. Rather, Germany under the Greens could become the country that murdered all the birds.
“It’s very exciting for us to understand how you can live in the forest and protect the forest,” quotes the German “WELT” from Habeck, who played the role of Economics Minister. “Because in Germany a thousand years ago the Germans felled all the trees…”
The green lust for wind turbines also results in a different connection to the tropical rainforest. Because many of the monsters are not only made of non-recyclable plastic fibers, they often have an inner workings of balsa wood. The ruthless clearing of mankind’s green lungs also serves to enable the wind turbine utopias of German Greens.
Other members of the anti-German Unity Party criticized Habeck for his blunder. Dorothee Bär made a donation from the CSU: He would not meet the Brazilians “at eye level” but “from above”. FDP Vice President Kubicki attested to his shameful behavior. It would be “history-forgotten arrogance”. Obviously, these systemic politicians are hoping for financial reconciliation in order to be able to redirect even more tax money to themselves and theirs.
It is all the more astonishing that the second German chief present, Cem Özdemir, actually mimics the forestry minister in his home country. He could have enlightened Habeck about the reality – but he didn’t. That could be because Greens consider themselves at least as infallible as the rules of the Catholic Church ascribe to the Pope. The green word is the truth and the law – and then everything else around has to be changed.
If you remember the dance of the left when the topic “Indian Chiefs”, “Karl May” and “Winnetou” was discussed last year, the green jungle show gets a very special flavor. Ultimately, however, it is up to the Germans to put the right “chiefs” at the top. As long as this haughty, overconfident, narrow-minded staff is allowed to rage, nothing will turn out for the better in the once-great nation of poets, thinkers, inventors, and engineers. Every people has the leadership it deserves. If it deserves another, then it will probably have to act at last.
In any case, it has been shown once again that the rogue is what he thinks. Green thinking is filled with hatred, denunciation, fascism and racism – only they always blame it on their opponents. in truth, these “values” are not only to be found in green minds but also in green action – and the Brazilian jungle show has once again impressively demonstrated this.
Incidentally, the children’s book author and “pig farmer” (according to Baerbock) recently declared that no financial and banking crisis was to be expected. Since then, numerous major banks have had to close, and in Switzerland the huge Credit Suisse is faltering.
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