German Chancellor laughs at citizens unable to afford electricity

Keean Bexte

November 7, 2022

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz is laughing at the fact that electricity bills are so expensive in Europe that people can no longer afford to use electric ovens. 

German Chancellor laughs at citizens unable to afford electricity
German Chancellor laughs at citizens unable to afford electricity.

As reported in German media, World Economic Forum (WEF) agenda-setter Scholz cheerfully recounted live how a citizen told him they could no longer afford their electric oven. 

“The other day, someone came to me and said, ‘Mr. Scholz, I just switched my electric oven to a gas oven,'” Scholz said, before continuing with a grin, “I didn’t know how sad I should look.”

He made the comments on-air Sunday.

Scholz, who leads the left-wing Social Democratic Party, was blasted by the Christian Social Union in Bavaria (CSU) on Twitter. 

The CSU called on Scholz to apologize immediately for the gaffe.

“Many people in our country are currently very worried. And what is Chancellor Scholz doing? He laughs about it,” tweeted the CSU.  

“That is indecent and shows how indifferent we citizens are to the federal government. We think: Olaf Scholz must apologize!” 

A few months ago, Scholz was touring Canada, searching for a new energy source. Yet, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau turned down any idea of exporting Canadian natural gas to Europe, falsely asserting there was no “business case” for it. 

“We are looking right now and companies are looking at whether or not the new context makes it a worthwhile business case to make those investments,” Trudeau said. 

“But there needs to be a business case.”

Scholz, an acolyte of WEF founder Klaus Schwab, gave a speech on European issues at the Davos 2022 summit. 

For months, Germans have come out in droves protesting Schwab’s and other European leaders’ disastrous energy policies, which have seen electricity bills nearly double across the continent. 

Meanwhile, the European Union president has proposed mandatory energy rationing measures to “flatten the curve” of energy consumption.

Share this story

Help Keep your News Free

Share this story

It's crucial we stay in touch

Big Tech wants to censor us, that’s why you need to stay in touch.

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE THESE...

Trending News

Days after Russia warned of nuclear war, Germany’s foreign affairs minister declared that her country was also at war against Russia.  

TCS Wire

January 25, 2023

Trending News

The Swiss government will deploy 5,000 troops to protect 3,000 global elites at the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) annual gathering next week. 

Mike Campbell

January 12, 2023

Trending News

Canadians travelling to Europe will need more than a passport as of November 2023, as a digital “visa-waiver” application requirement comes into effect. 

TCS Wire

January 4, 2023

Trending News

The Chinese government is threatening countermeasures against countries imposing Covid-19 testing requirements on incoming passengers from China, including Canada.

Rachel Emmanuel

January 3, 2023

Trending News

Arsonists desecrated a nativity scene by lighting a baby Jesus on fire in northern France earlier this month. 

Keean Bexte

December 28, 2022

Trending News

As Canadians increasingly look for security in the digital landscape, two major players have emerged in the conception, design, and development of a Canadian Digital ID — including one with close ties to the World Economic Forum (WEF). 

Dan Fournier

December 28, 2022

We use cookies to personalise content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic. We also share information about your use of our site with our social media, advertising and analytics partners who may combine it with other information that you’ve provided to them or that they’ve collected from your use of their services. You consent to our cookies if you continue to use our website.