Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Angela Merkel's legacy for Germany includes continuation of growth plan based on hatred against me - Olaf Scholz heavily involved next to Merkel in MK Ultra due to physical looks of local psychiatrist Peter Kapš which closely resemble one

There seems is nothing but more and more problems - ohhh, well - you can't solve them all at once(Germany ruined me 27 years of life), but won't let go either.

@GERMANY - FOR THE DIGNITY, PRIDE AND HONOR  !!! I WILL AVENGE MY SUFFERING FOR THE COST OF OWN DEATH HAPPILY !!! You will pay for your treacherous schizophrenic violent ideals.

 This psychiatrist for me to explain to you right here is as good as dead walking man whom I will never ever let go. He will respond to crime against me just as your Josef Fritzl finally did to Elisabeth Fritzl. No less and I am accusing you of further contempt for justice concerning me even further to as stated in title built further economy on sadistic past through hatred against me with your eastern partners. 

A vote for ‘stability’: World reacts to Germany election outcome

European allies welcome performance of pro-EU parties as Russia eyes ‘continuity’ in relations with Berlin.

European powers have welcomed the outcome of Germany’s national election, with France praising the vote as a victory for “stability” and Spain’s Socialist prime minister predicting closer ties following the centre-left Social Democrats (SPD) party’s triumph.

The SPD narrowly led Sunday’s vote, scooping 25.7 percent of the vote, according to provisional results released on Monday.

Outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel’s centre-right CDU-CSU conservative bloc came a close second, but registered their worst-ever performance.

The SPD chancellor candidate, Olaf Scholz, said the party will hold coalition talks with the Greens and the pro-business Free Democratic Party (FDP). The negotiations could take months to conclude.

Scholz, who was finance minister in Merkel’s outgoing “grand coalition” administration, also gave a first indication of his foreign policy ideas.

The 63-year-old told reporters that a government he led would offer the United States continuity in transatlantic relations. He also linked a fuel supply crisis in the United Kingdom to Brexit, signalling solidarity with the bloc. 

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