Alice Weidel: The Lockdown is Ruining Our Lives!

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this op-ed from Politikstube:

Alice Weidel: The lockdown is ruining our lives!

The nationwide lockdown, which will initially apply for one month, will come into force tomorrow — with fatal consequences for the economy.

Revenues will collapse by €19.3 billion; 600,000 jobs are in acute danger, according to the pitch-black forecast of the DIW Institute. Hotels and restaurants have been hit particularly hard with a loss of €5.8 billion; experts assume that these industries will have to reckon with 55 percent less income than in 2019.

The areas of sport, culture and entertainment also had to cope with a minus of €2.1 billion, retail a minus of €1.3 billion, and German industry a minus of €5.2 billion. A large part of the €19.3 billion in losses is attributable to corporate service providers, logistics companies and cinema operators.

Given this bleak outlook for just one month, GDP slips by one percentage point.

This has direct consequences for the labor market: The number of temporary workers will increase by 400,000 to 3.2 million by the end of the year.

DIW Director Michael Hüther also assumes that around 591,000 people will lose their jobs as a result of the “lockdown light”, and another 15,000 employees in 2021 — provided the shutdown ends on December 1, as announced, otherwise another would threaten the aggravation of the situation.

The rude awakening comes when the short-time work expires and the obligation to file for bankruptcy returns.

Germany will not be recognizable after Merkel’s lockdown scenarios! Taxpayers will feel this by 2021 at the latest.

The translator adds this afterword:

What the Black Death didn’t manage, the religious wars of the 16th and 17th centuries didn’t manage, what the Wars of Louis XIV, Fredrick the Great, Maria Theresa and the Napoleonic Wars didn’t manage, World War I and World War II couldn’t achieve… Merkel and her Bilderberger cronies of the NWO managed within NO TIME at all.

Whoever still believes that Merkel has the best interests of the German people at heart should be placed in a padded cell in a lunatic asylum, or even better, placed into an oubliette, like everyone that is responsible for this war on humanity for power, creed and greed.

5 thoughts on “Alice Weidel: The Lockdown is Ruining Our Lives!

  1. Well described Alice, have listened to other interesting comments from you concerning Germany and your level interest in UK/Brexit. Having lived and worked in Europe, especially France, I have profound concerns for Europe as long as it marries itself to the European Union, which as we know is not a sovereign state, but a totalitarian monster designed to collapse Western European countries, to facilitate the Globalists target of a New World Order. You and your supporting colleagues must rid Germany of this Chancellor if you are to survive the next decade. The UK is a major market for Germany, however the Brussles bureaucrats are doing the level best to disrupt this trading, by their incompetance to understand what Brexit means. European trade with the United Kingdom can continue profitably but without the presence of the European Union to muddle the waters. Achievable? Could be if Germany left the EU.

  2. Get rid of the communist nazi traitor of Germany and Europe,

    a. merkel

    any way, organise a revolt,
    Or [imprudent recommendations redacted], its now or never.

    Heiko Maas, Schultz,

  3. What do you think would happen if all the people of the world who feel this way really did unite and stand against these totalitarian mandates? Surely they would be greatly outnumbered. Amazing how many understand what is going on, complain but then comply. I am starting to understand the dynamics of Nazi Germany and how they got away with committing the atrocities on the people of that time.

  4. The men need to for resistance movements in their cities and refuse to shut down businesses, people need to quit being sheeple and act like mature adults, ignoring that Marxist Merkel.

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