“Hope dies last!.” I believe in gradual changes in the society and I hope we can do without a civil war! The dependent people in cities have always been the historical drama. The trouble spots are, if the supply brings together. Today, people in Germany even in the country are forced to the dependency to secure the funding of supply and disposal companies. But during the second world war, the self-catering survived: eliminated waste and excrement environmentally sound, had drinking water and fuel, and took advantage of adjoining and wild fruits and vegetables. There exists today a juggernaut of redistribution bureaucracy, which drives the State rate just above the 50-percent mark. If the power goes out in Germany, the civil war begins.
Then, the consuming and mordenen hordes for a piece of sugar-beet country will move as in the middle ages and their Slain fellow citizens. This is the current hope of our political elites in political parties and in the public service, to solve the problems they have created themselves. Her desperate wish is without reducing the population to nuclear weapons on a small fraction of the 81.882.342 people. This is just sick! “But the fatal is: we need our elites.” People like Hans Kolpak, who call something in the name of what others create, expose the risk to be confused, that create something. The puppeteer of the political puppet always remain in the background.
You are also not on the perimeter fences and guards to detect their villas. You are not to recognize at all. Jay Schwartz describes an additional similar source. So, the mob is always grabs the fools who have ripped open her mouth. But die we all have – a nice day anyway. And most die still in bed! Hans Kolpak acts as a freelance copywriter since 1999 on the Internet, to gain more public social and political topics in the German-speaking world. Since 2008 He writes for customers presstexts and distributes them via Fachdienstleister on the Internet.