Germany wants to make it big. By the year 2050, German government aims to have achieved an 80 percent target for electricity supply from renewable energy sources.
This study is not worth the paper on which it is printed.
And still, at the same time, and in addition to these statements, the same government, and its majority in parliament, is approving measures, which are likely to increase unemployment and destroy the process of creating new jobs.
Germany is thus in a strange position: it is putting pressure on other countries to cut their budgets and take actions to implement necessary reforms, but itself will do the opposite.
Dumitru Zamfirescu is a Romanian independent deputy (with ultranationalist background) of the European Parliament. But you can call him the Yes Man. He has voted “yes“ in the last 541 votes he attended. Even in cases of contradictory propositions.
The changes proposed by the government have met with a fierce resistance from economists and other experts, because the campaign against the funds is clearly demagogic, and the nationalization threat conflicts with Poland’s successful transformation from communism, which has been based on privatization since 1989.
We are used to the fact that our parliament is not an autonomous source of legislative power, but merely a puppet in the hands of the government.
One of the results of privatization was a noticeable increase in the quality of the services and a more effective allocation of the costs.
I hope that efforts toward equality will never stop. I suggest an introduction of race, age, religion, education and music preference quotas. At least one metalhead on each board!