Solidarity with Ukraine concert: Speaker wants to ‘f*ck white straight people in the ass’
A solidarity concert for Ukraine took place in Berlin on Sunday, in which large sections of the German cultural scene took part. In front of around 15 000 spectators, left-wing activists indulged in primitive verbal abuse to demand help for the war victims.
Published: March 24, 2022, 7:59 am
The concert was rather an advertisement for their various “woke” delusions.
Anyone who had wanted to experience the folly of Berlin’s inhabitants in real time would have been content to be at this gathering at the Brandenburg Gate, which was announced as a “peace concert” under the English (not German) title “The Sound of Peace”. Several TV stations were broadcasting live, and around 12 million euros were said to have been raised at the end (although certainly not from the participants).
The Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky was tuned in live and once again homage was paid to the rising star of WW3. The “Hero of Kiev”, glorified in grotesque black and white paintings, reported on everyday wartime life in his homeland, and announced that Russia wanted to advance “as far as Berlin” and repeatedly called for the complete severing of German trade relations with Russia because the West had not gone to war for his country yet.
Zelensky had recently called for a German boycott of gas from Russia. “Please do not sponsor Russia’s war machine.” The German government has so far rejected such an import ban. Economics Minister Robert Habeck warned of severe economic consequences for Germany. According to the Federal Ministry of Economics, about 55 percent of the natural gas burned in Germany comes from Russia, while the share of crude oil is 35 percent.
No doubt, the insufferable Ukrainian megalomaniac had expected the loud applause in Berlin. But that was not all in terms of stage appearances. German artists, exclusively left-wing, thought it best on this occasion to denounce “the right-wing” to address the plight of Ukrainian refugees.
Gianni Jovanovic delivered a particularly memorable speech. According to himself he is a “Entrepreneur. Activist. Performer”. His life story as a homosexual son of a Roma family forms practically the only content of his work, which consists primarily of workshops and other events on “his themes of personality development and empowerment, diversity and intersectional discrimination”.
Jovanovic, whose new book about himself was also published just last week, used the peace concert to make the following appeal, among other things: “If we start fucking the heteronormative white cis in the ass, only then will we have managed to break the power dynamic to turn around.”
He did not elaborate on how these calls for fecal degeneracy at an event held to help the suffering women and children in Ukraine would be useful. Did Jovanovic want to send a posse of some determined representatives of Western values to Eastern Europe?
One of the themes of the peace concert introduced by Zelensky was however echoed by Baden-Württemberg’s “right-wing” agriculture minister Peter Hauk who summarily called for a halt to imports of gas and oil from Russia.
“We have to turn off the money tap to Putin and thus the tap to us for natural gas and oil from Russia, so that freedom finally has a chance again,” the CDU politician said in the state parliament in Stuttgart on Wednesday. Ukrainian President Zelensky was “absolutely right” to demand this sacrifice.
Hauk considered it reasonable for Germans to have to freeze for his Russophobia. “You can stand 15 degrees in winter with a pullover. No one dies of that,” the minister declared. “But people die elsewhere,” he said, referring to the conflict in Ukraine.
Hauk called on Germans to pay attention to more than just their own supplies in the face of the horrors of war. While Hauk and all the other politicians enjoy warm apartments, homes and offices, ordinary Germans must accept a cap of 15 degrees indoors, diminishing their resistance to respiratory diseases.
The 61-year-old CDU politician said that he was not usually in favour of the “abandonment strategies, but in this situation, I think it would be the right way to make sanctions work”. In view of the people fighting for freedom in Ukraine, who are being shot at and bombed, nobody should be saying “but it should be 20, 22 degrees in the flat”.
In the Bundestag, his party had recently demanded a halt to gas supplies via the Nord Stream 1 pipeline and not only Nord Stream 2. The Greens have meanwhile been pushing for energy-saving measures such as car-free Sundays and a speed limit. Minister-President Winfried Kretschmann (Greens) told the Schwäbische Zeitung: “Basically, one should always look at where one can save energy. I have always considered a speed limit to be the right thing to do, and even more so now.”
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