History will know whom to annul. What can I say? History will certainly put everything in its place and know whom to annul, and these will certainly not be the greatest works of universally recognized geniuses of world culture, but those who for some reason have righted themselves to make world culture after theirs to use at will. Your self-esteem really knows no bounds. In a few years, no one will remember their names. But Dostoyevsky will live on, as will Tchaikovsky and Pushkin, much as they might wish the opposite.
It is certainly not the first time that parts of the left spectrum have complained about too much freedom of expression. Be it calls to sanction climate change denial or to ban views from public discourse that take a critical look at the corona measures. At the moment it is the perennial favorite „Hass und Hetze“ that has once again become the focus of self-appointed guardians of democracy, who are now complaining that a single person is said to determine the scope and permissibility of opinions – mostly people who had no problem with it, that although there was previously a board of directors at Twitter, this obviously did not seek an in-depth examination of the enforcement of company house law and the deletion policy, but rather supported ideologically shaped arbitrary deletions. The best way to illustrate it is that Jordan Peterson, who never threatened or insulted anyone but at best only hurt fragile feelings, was banned, while the Iranian regime is allowed to happily continue to tweet in the context of the current protests. If, then, the return of Donald Trump inspires m
Weeks before the Italian parliamentary elections, the German media gave themselves their rendezvous of hyperboles and dramatising adjectives: right-wing, radical right-wing, ultra-right, post-fascist, neo-fascist. Wild was juggling around with these different terms, which can definitely be differentiated in their meaning. Suddenly, however, Berlusconi was also the moderate and Salvini was no longer targeted as much as in the days when he held the post of deputy prime minister. If we think back months or years, then similar media reports could be found about these two people. From the point of view of the German media landscape, there is always a new player on the right-wing spectrum who marks the outer flank of this spectrum or can even be located beyond it. If this disappears again, then the next preceding gradation advances and takes the place of the extreme.
A gigantic power cartel is preparing to dismantle the world under the keyword „The Great Reset“ and to create a „New World Order“ from the rubble of the old order. The „Global Deep State“ is the driver of the „New World Order“. It is made up of Big Money, i.e. the rich and super-rich, oligarchs and plutocrats, as well as capital collectors such as BlackRock & Co., Big Corporations, including Big Data and Big Pharma, the military-industrial-security complex, the secret services, externally and internal secret armies, the PR/propaganda agencies and media conglomerates as well as „Deep & Corrupt Governments“.
The western world is in the midst of a transnational coup d’état. Characteristic of this monstrous coup are a constitutional coup, the ongoing Corona state of emergency, constitutional states in ruins and political rulership. In addition, there is the targeted chaos of daily life through constantly changing conditions, surveillance, digital tyranny, the production of fear and lies in the media, and censorship. Also on their agenda is the planned ruin of small and medium-sized businesses in favor of large corporations, the robbery and plunder of state assets, excessive national debt in favor of the international financial industry, impoverishment of large parts of the population and plans for geostrategic reorganization. The collapse of the separation of powers corresponds to efforts to increasingly centralize economic and political power and the ultimate goal of enforcing a New World Order. The rulers have delegitimized themselves.
On June 19, 2022, the Ukrainian parliament (Verkhovna Rada) decided to ban pro-Russian parties and Russian music. The laws are effective immediately. Guest appearances for artists with Russian citizenship were also banned. Artists who publicly condemned the Russian invasion of Ukraine are allowed to enter Ukraine and perform.