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Climate Agenda unmasked! Energy Crisis: German Minister Suggests Heating One Room In Winter Is Enough & No Hot Showers — Use Washcloth Instead


Back to the 19th century…climate-crazed political leader: Washcloths and heating just one room are enough…

Since Germany put itself on the path to de-energize by throttling energy production and creating high prices, some German leaders lately have offered creative ways of dealing with the resulting crisis, among them: advising people to prepare themselves for a possible blackout lasting for days.

Some weeks ago we reported on how the Minister President from Baden-Württemberg, Winfried Kretschmann, suggested that people stop taking hot showers and instead use a washcloth with a sink with some lukewarm water for bathing. This would help to curb a gas supply crisis later this winter.

Heating just one room

Mr. Kretschmann is back in the news again with a new idea, one that he says he himself practices: Allegedly, he heats just one room in the house, the living room, and expects others to follow his lead. This means citizens are now expected to bathe themselves with a washcloth, turn off the lights and to sleep, eat and do their home office work in frosty rooms.

The message in Germany is clear: politicians have no intentions of re-establishing a steady energy supply that would return its citizens to normal comfort. Instead citizens are being asked to return to the 19th century.

Health and property hazard

But there are of course problems with going back to the stone ages. Not only is cold dangerous to people, but not heating the rooms in your home poses another health hazard: toxic black mold. According to the online Karlsruher Insider:

Meanwhile, experts warn against heating only one room or no room at all. The cool air in the room would lead to increased humidity, which would then promote mold growth.

Ventilation and adequate heating are therefore both important basics for getting through the winter in good health. Mold can cause lasting damage to the apartment and the house, as well as to one’s own health.”

Everything climate-crazed politicians touch seems to turn into destruction, misery and death.

Also, see here what it will cost on average for a German family to heat a 100 square meter residence tomorrow (1 day).


Germany Plans “Climate Lockdown”…Forbidden To Leave Doors Open…Washcloths Instead Of Showers!

The future in Germany is lockdown after lockdown.
After the COVID lockdown, Germany now moving to impose a climate lockdown, says German Editor in Chief.

Germany’s Bild TV YouTube site here looks at the latest Socialist-Green government’s initiatives to combat the country’s deepening energy crisis.

The latest initiatives have been drawn up by Economics Minister Robert Habeck (Green Party). Among the new rules, according to BILD TV: Shops are no longer allowed to keep the entrances continuously open (in order to prevent energy from being wasted by excess heating or air conditioning).

In the video, BILD TV asks its Editor in Chief, Claus Strunz, what’s behind the new regulation, commenting that essentially what we have is a government that is increasingly encroaching ever deeper into our private lives. “Something that nutty could only be conjured up by some crazy bureaucrats,” Strunz comments. “That’s precisely what we don’t want: the government ruling the area of retail.”

According to Strunz, “In a nutshell, Robert Habeck – this guy with a bushy hairdo, who sits around like a nice guy during the press conferences – is planning nothing other than the climate lockdown.”

Strunz sees a government that is going too far: “I see as the next step two officers walking through residential areas at 10 o’clock in the evening and saying, ‘Look up there! Two windows are partially open. Our list of fines says that’ll be a fine of 25 euros.’ Write them a ticket, just like illegal parking.”

Strunz continues: “I envision Christmas police who come around and say, ‘What? Christmas trees with electric lights? This year, and they are turning them on already at 5 pm and don’t turn them off until 9 pm? That’s a 50-euro fine!’”

Though the notion of an energy policy running loose harassing citizens may seem far-fetched, Strunz reminds us how just 2 years ago in Germany no one could imagine COVID lockdowns and 10 pm curfews.

Strunz sums up: “I believe that what we saw with Corona, we will see with climate.”

Back to 19th century: washcloths instead of showers!

Last Friday, the prime Minister of Baden Württemberg, Winfried Kretschmann (Green Party) said in an interview that citizens should use a a washcloth instead of taking showers “all the time”:

“You don’t always have to shower. After all, there are washcloths and face cloths. A useful invention.” he said.