In the new episode of the podcast "The Curve of life in the Corona of the world" discuss FOCUS columnist, Jan Fleischhauer, and publicist Jakob Augstein ("Friday") about the sense and nonsense of the Anti-racism demonstrations. In Berlin and Munich tens of thousands of people demonstrated at the weekend in spite of the Corona-restrictions pushed close to the Alexanderplatz square and king square. The question remains: Why is the message "I Can't Breathe" some seemingly more important than "Flatten the Curve"?
Jan Fleischhauer believes that the mass demonstrations are not motivated purely political. "After weeks of lock downs of something called the corona community experience-related yearning for a heat," says the columnist. The have already shown the "music demo" on the Whitsun week-end as thousands of people in boats on the Landwehr canal in Berlin celebrated.Demos are harbingers of a new political Public
Jakob Augstein, however, that the Protest was the sign of the political awakening of a young Generation that wants to show the world in solidarity. He sees the Demos as harbingers of a new political Public, in the minorities entitled to their space demand. At the same time, major events were a new facet in the large Corona-Experiment: "I would say, if it is not the time for second wave, it has moved the Virus to be offended," said Augstein in the Podcast.
in addition, Fleischhauer and Augstein argue in the new episode of "The Curve" about the strange excesses of identity politics, quotas in talk shows and the question is whether, after the Churchill monuments coming soon: the Willy-Brandt-memorial places looped to be?New Corona Podcast and political Satire with Jan Fleischhauer
to see The political Satire "Fleischhauer - 9 minutes the net" is every Tuesday at 19.09 p.m. for ServusTV in Germany.
"The Curve: living in the Corona of the world" appears every Wednesday on all major platforms (including Apple's Podcasts, Spotify, and Deezer). In the Podcast FOCUS-columnist, Jan Fleischhauer, and Jakob Augstein discuss once a week about the Corona-pandemic changed our country. Listen to the new episode:
New Corona Podcast and political Satire with Jan Fleischhauer
The political Satire " Fleischhauer - 9 minutes net " is every Tuesday at 19.09 p.m. for ServusTV Germany.
"The Curve: living in the Corona-world" every Wednesday to appear on all major platforms (including Apple's Podcasts, Spotify, and Deezer). In the Podcast FOCUS-columnist, Jan Fleischhauer, and Jakob Augstein discuss once a week about the Corona-pandemic changed our country. Listen to the new episode.
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The reader will love or hate him, indifferent Jan Fleischhauer is the least. One need only look at the comments to his columns, to get an impression of how much of what he writes, people moved. For 30 years he was at the MIRROR, at the beginning of August 2019, he joined as a columnist to FOCUS.
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