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Last year at this time, I had hopes that 2021 would be a better year in terms of policymaking, economy, COVID and democracy. Now that 2021 is coming to an end, what disappointment it’s been! Especially shocking are the mass hysteria and recent erosion of our fundamental rights – to the point that we are now teetering on a dictatorship. Who could have imagined?
It was all brought upon us with fear and the phony promises the vaccine would return us to normal. Now we’ve all got one foot in a medical dictatorship.
Climate fraud has not disappeared, either. Though it pales in comparison to the COVID issue, it will continue to be used as a weapon to promote further fear and restrictive policies. It truly is shocking.
Could be a very rough winter
The challenges next year for Germany and Europe will be the energy supply.
- Russia and Ukraine might shut off the gas supply.
- Germany will shut down nuclear plants at the end of 2021
- Germany will shut down the remaining nuclear plants in 2022.
- Experts warn of blackouts this winter.
- German energy prices are soaring, highest in the world.
But there are some glimmers of hope:
In addition to a large number of people who resent having been coerced into being vaccinated, there’s a hardcore minority (20%) who are standing up to the medical apartheid and there’s a very strong undercurrent of general dissatisfaction among the broader population. We can hope this will blossom when spring finally arrives.
Once the lies surrounding COVID become more apparent, more people will come to distrust the governments and start questioning the fantasy-based climate and energy policies.
We just have to keep at it with our efforts.