Top German Politician Warns Proposed Climate Policies May Cause ‘Uprisings’, ‘Riots’
A leading German politician views proposed climate policies as a danger to the country’s civil stability and democracy.
“Ecological Madness”… “Ruinous Retrofitting”
The mood in Germany has become outright ugly as citizens reel from high inflation and fear government policy initiatives that would bankrupt many if enacted. Business sentiment among small to medium companies is souring rapidly. [emphasis, links added]
Among these initiatives is the current green-socialist government’s plan to force citizens and businesses to wean themselves off oil and gas heating already beginning next year.
All the despair now risks morphing into anger and civil unrest, warns one opposition leader.
Uprisings Among The Population
According to the new, rapidly emerging Austrian alternative media news site AUF 1, Saxony’s Minister President Michael Kretschmer of the CDU Christian Democrats warns of potential unrest and vehemently criticized the government’s current climate policy.
Saxony’s Kretschmer even explicitly warned of “uprisings among the population” and that “the government’s new plans would lead to ‘deindustrialization and riots’”, AUF 1 reports. “His criticism was aimed above all at the Building Energy Act pushed by the Green Minister of Economics, Robert Habeck [pictured above].”
Currently, Habeck is sharply under attack for cronyism as his ministry funnels funds and influential positions to friends and family, many of whom are professionally unqualified for the positions.
AUF 1 reminds us that the proposed government‘s green policies “will force ruinous retrofitting on millions of homeowners” and that many citizens will simply not be able to afford the required renovation of their houses or apartments. Homeowners would face renovation costs of at least tens of thousands of euros.”
Kretschmer called the Greens’ policy “ecological madness”.
The Austrian AUF 1 calls the government’s policies “completely misguided” and that they will lead to “massive relocations of companies away from Germany.”
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