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In the German city of Lubmin, many thousands of people demonstrated against Berlin’s ruinous energy policy, Welt reports. Russian flags were seen everywhere. People complained about the shortage of gas, the rise in the price of food, and the fact that the authorities were essentially ‘knocking the ground out from under their feet.’
The mainstream media reporters of the German TV channel also got it in the ear at the rally, who were called ‘vile bastards’ who spread ‘the most heinous lies.’ And the Ukrainian activists who tried to disrupt the event were simply pushed out.
They are not welcome at demonstrations against the energy policy of the authorities. Marina Simchikhina is there with two women who have fled Russia’s fighting in Ukraine. The three of them are pushed away and out of the rally. Marina Simchikhina says, ‘I looked at people. Their eyes were empty. The eyes were calm and cold.
In Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, where long-pro-Russian Social Democrat Manuela Schwesig rules, and where the Russian-German Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline ends, Russian flags are everywhere. The atmosphere is tense. Public hatred spills out on Welt journalists as well. The two men suddenly started cursing loudly at our film crew.
Roth, Franka and Stefan Aust (mainstream journalists) are the meanest bastards who spread the vilest lies in our country. About the coronavirus pandemic and more. They say things that make your head spin. I’m telling you this because you work for Welt.
Another interview: ‘I’m here because it’s my civic duty. I also took my dog with me. And because I don’t have enough money for gas to get to work.’ Another: ‘Because we don’t have gas, or we don’t have much gas. Everything is getting more expensive, like food.’ Another commented:
Germany is being dismantled. ‘This is deindustrialization.’
‘Even when there was very little freedom in this country When it was the Soviet-ruled East German Republic), it never happened to me that I was afraid for what I had earned in my whole life, that I could no longer keep it. And the people who rule us now are going to tell us how to live, wash, wash and all that. They just cut the ground from under our feet.’
Among the speakers at the rally was also Andreas Kalbitz, who was expelled from his ranks by the Alternative for Germany party due to the fact that he was a member of far-right groups in the past. Video
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