It seems that the leaders of the New Improved Reich have once again smelled the smoke of the pine-tar torches and seen the glint of the pitchforks approaching the walls of their high-tech bunkers.
Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from JournalistenWatch. The translator’s comments are in square brackets:
Perverse: NRW interior minister fears “new enemies of the state”
Sorry, but that now sounds as if someone with full diapers wants to hide in a Führerbunker: NRW Interior Minister Herbert Reul (CDU) is concerned that issues such as the Ukraine war, the energy crisis and rising prices will give food to new conspiracy theories. “It’s no longer about protesters, it’s almost about something like new enemies of the state who are establishing themselves,” he told the broadcasters RTL and ntv. The protest potential has not increased, but the occasions have become more intense.
“I’m worried that if it gets really tangible, energy crisis, prices, cold living room, fuel is getting more and more expensive, that the ground for such narratives, for such conspiracy theories, will expand.” Corona and vaccination are no longer issues. “But they are now abusing people’s fears in other areas.” [says the fearmonger and doom-peddler: being unable to feed one’s family due to government policies is an outright lie, because there are plenty of cockroaches and crickets and rats to feed on.]
And they are “not made of cardboard,” says Reul. The interior minister advises taking the dangers seriously. “If you look at it on the Internet today, on Telegram and such, they are increasingly addressing these topics, Ukraine, war, crisis, gas crisis, prices and are trying to get more people together.”
In his opinion, panicking makes no sense. “We can only be careful, watch out, look on the net, keep our eyes and ears open, notice what’s happening.”
Here an escalation spiral is being vigorously spun. Those who brand worried, perhaps justifiably angry, citizens as “enemies of the state” are more at home in Stalinism.
Afterword from the translator:
Panic and overreaction, the late response of fools. And, on the other hand, can you show me one puppetician who hasn’t, throughout history, created mountains of dead and untold riches for the select few, and afterwards blamed those mountains of dead on the victims and their surviving folks?
For me personally, the stench of politics is worse than the stench of corpses under the midday sun, but that seems to be the fertilizer that makes this evil thrive in perpetuity.
Also, there’s really no point of arguing with these puppeticians, because, even when you think that you’ve won the argument, it turns out, by some magic unavailable to good human beings, that you had, in fact, been totally misinformed, since the “powerful” don’t punish themselves for their failures.