The airport escape route is about to close soon, yet more people are fleeing the Taliban. Nobody knows where they will go, through Tajikistan, through Uzbekistan, through Turkmenistan, through Pakistan, through Iran, anywhere. But Angela Merkel knows already where the most needy are. While the media shows the heart wrenching images from the airport. She offers money. To whom? To Non-governmental organizations, of course. Her buddy Ursula von der Leyen adds some more and, whoops, the bill runs up to 800 million € ($940 million).
The polls for the upcoming general election in Germany indicate a trend towards a Green-Party Chancellorship. Annalena Baerbock, the party’s official candidate, sits like a spider in a cobweb of interest groups and lobby networks. Her husband Daniel Holefleisch is a life-long lobbyist by profession. Let’s talk about it!
correction: I have mentioned in a displayed note that Holefleisch describes the activity of snowcap AG as forming ties between universities and ministries. That was the description of his role there. The company’s self-description is elusive and questionable. Their website is written in English and you find it here.
Because 200 million Euro tax money ain’t enough, 120 “N”GOs wrote an open letter to the Family Minister Franziska Giffey (Yes, that’s a thing and, yes, NGOs are supposedly part of her responsibility.). The letter reveals a lot about their mindset and gives me the opportunity to talk about the German deep state. A maze of innumerable “projects” and “initiatives” cross-fund each other so that nobody can ultimately tell what way the money goes. Rumors have it that they often make it into the hands of antifa and comparable terror groups that metastasize all around the world.
The mentioned WordPress blog about the NGO maze: