Something has happened again: just 24 hours after ORF’s highly criticized free advertising campaign for climate hysteria at the ski World Cup race in Gurgel (Tyrol), the special interest broadcaster 3SAT, in which ORF has at least a 25% stake And in which an ORF manager sits on station management, the next scam. At 8:15 pm, i.e. prime time, German cabaret artist Moritz Neumeier (35) is allowed to broadcast his research about the current asylum situation.
The TV entertainer says: “If you want to be upset about the fact that only a very small group of people are putting completely above-average pressure on health insurance companies and doctors’ waiting lists, then you need to be. Not deport more people more quickly, but more than 70 Germans – that you kill them.”
The applause was extremely restrained – even with the 3Sat recording, it became immediately clear to many guests that this might be an outrageous recommendation for mass murder.
According to Statista, there are currently 18.4 million people over the age of 65 living in Germany. So the 3SAT comedian can recommend killing several million people on an open forum on TV. And also, obviously no illegal immigrants should be deported from the country.
All this happens on a TV channel financed by a mandatory fee, of which ORF owns 25%, ZDF and ARD own 32.5% and the Swiss SRG owns 10%.
As already reported, ORF wants to collect 722 million euros from January 1 through the new mandatory TV tax approved by the Black-Green coalition. Of this, 39 million euros will go to the company that will collect these amounts by all means: anyone who does not pay 183.50 euros will have their house sent to debt collection agencies and then it will be confiscated. And if there’s nothing to seize, you could even get a prison sentence under the new ORF law and the Administrative Procedure Act – anyone who posts fakes about tasteless comedians, old Homer Simpson episodes, Ukraine and anti-Israelism. Those who do not want to finance news programs can also be detained from January 1. However, dedicated lawyers are already preparing class action lawsuits.