In the night from Tuesday to Wednesday a number of people have set shelters on fire, eradicating the accommodations for a whopping 12,000 residents. Disturbingly, the arsonists are probably disgruntled inhabitants themselves. The rage is believed to have been sparked by corona restrictions that were spwaned by the positive test results of 35 individuals. What was left after the first fire, was burnt down in a second one in the night from Wednesday to Thursday, destroying an additional 1,000 shelters. Soon voices were heard that blamed Europe on the situation. Not the elites. Mind you! Europe. Armin Laschet, Prime Minister of the state North-Rhine Westfalia, knows what NGOs and media want to hear and proposes to take them to Germany. Interior minister plays the “bad cop” feigning some lukewarm conservative approach, which is to distribute them across Europe. This is controlled opposition. The hyper-bad-Nazi-gestapo-cop solution to distribute them across Asia and Africa is not offered.
Slaughterhouses are the gates of hell. The Covid-19 coronavirus thrives in the cold environment. But our elites have found a different set of reasons behind the outbreaks: work conditions, low wages, egg and milk prices, bad accommodations, a lack of supermarket price cartels, a type of service treaties (Werkvertrag) … you name it.
The outbreaks are used as a club against the industry. In this case the left has chosen victims that absolutely deserve it. The companies that have become the focus of attention have pushed every competition out of the market by breaking existing laws. This has been going on for years, but in the past they were spared prosecution, maybe because they are so committed to the ‘fight against the right.’ Why would anybody think that new laws help when old ones were not enforced? The law of the land is loyalty to the zeitgeist and sometimes, even then, you are thrown under the bus anyway.
animal protection contribution tax
obection to work treaty/service contract abolition
abolition of treaties decided
vion case, zdf
Tönnies, antibiotic resistance past
thumbnail picture taken from Andrew Doyle and Sam Gilmore