DSDS juror: Dieter Bohlen on the Greens: "When they talk about a lack of skilled workers, I get sour in the stomach"

At an event for entrepreneurs, Dieter Bohlen entered unfamiliar territory with statements on the political situation.

DSDS juror: Dieter Bohlen on the Greens: "When they talk about a lack of skilled workers, I get sour in the stomach"

At an event for entrepreneurs, Dieter Bohlen entered unfamiliar territory with statements on the political situation. The DSDS juror had pithy sayings about the top of the Greens and the Ukraine war – he didn’t take the facts very seriously.

At the beginning of the talk, it was still about light topics such as the reason for his start in show business: "I wanted to be famous, I wanted this fame, beautiful cars, of course money." If it hadn't worked out, his plan would have been completely different thanks to his business studies: "If I'm not a millionaire and well-known by 30, then I'll become a tax consultant or investment consultant."

After that it gets hot. First, Bohlen pulls over Elon Musk. When asked about his role models, he replies: "In the past I would have said: Paul McCartney, then Elon Musk, but I'm not so sure anymore." On the takeover of the US billionaire from Twitter, he adds: "He has to stop taking drugs, that guy!"

After that it gets really exciting: The moderator asks Bohlen if politics would be something for him.

Bohlen then dodges and prefers to talk about another topic - the Greens: First he still protests that he has nothing against the party, but then blasphemes about the party leadership: "The entire leadership team has neither professional qualifications nor who knows what. If they do then talking about a shortage of skilled workers makes my stomach sour."

In fact, the current Green Board member Emily Büning has the first state exam, Pegah Edalatian has a master's degree, Dr. Heiko Knopf is doing his doctorate and Marc Urbatsch is doing his master's degree, only Ricarda Lang and Omid Nouripour have dropped out of their studies.

The chief juror of "DSDS" also has his own idea of ​​the Ukraine war and the sanctions against Russia: "If they hadn't imposed these sanctions and you had sat down at a table sensibly, then people wouldn't need all this frills do. Now we have to freeze." Bohlen ignores the fact that Putin attacked Ukraine for no reason and is responsible for the war.

Bohlen also has an opinion on the economic consequences: Russia would sell its gas to Asia for "a lot more money", "the euro falls, the ruble rises". In fact, Russia cannot simply export gas to Asia because there are no pipelines for it.

Although the ruble is at its highest level in seven years this year, the currency has been artificially strengthened to contain inflation. Since the outbreak of war, this has always been between 14 and 18 percent.

Anyone who is put off by these statements and fears that Bohlen could actually aspire to political office can breathe a sigh of relief: For him personally, politics is nothing, according to Bohlen. The job is "paid too badly". In addition, you could say what you want in politics, you would always get the "flying shit".

Sources: Youtube, inflation in Russia, gruene.de

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