The AfD member of the Bundestag, Peter Boehringer, was interviewed on various current topics in Germany at the beginning of November. He spoke to German journalist Boris Reitschuster. Boehringer is a member of the German libertarian Friedrich August von Hayek society and a climate change critic.
Boehringer explained how monetary policy and also Corona-related spending have contributed to the currently rapidly rising inflation and the role played by the ECB and the EU.
With free money that is printed out of nowhere under the mendacious pretext of combating Corona, debt has accumulated in the trillions.
The inflation potential, measured in terms of the increasing amounts of money from the central banks, is already many times higher than the officially measured level, and according to Boehringer, this is being statistically manipulated to show a lower four to five percent.
The actual inflation is currently reflected in the real estate and asset markets, where it is already over 20 percent per year.
Financing dodgy Corona measures that voters would never agree to
In addition to wealthy owners, the largest debtors in particular benefit from this, which primarily includes the state or, today, the de facto super state – the EU.
At the expense of the citizens, small savers and low-wage earners, they actually support themselves through high inflation rates and can finance their insane policy concepts independently of taxes that have to be legitimized by parliaments and in elections, for which there would be no financing option in a normal world of money.
In the interview, Boehringer explained that the history of the long-term rescue of the euro since at least 2007, has only been possible through increasing debts and, above all, permanent breaches of law.
Constant negative framing for parties that question the narrative
The second part of the interview is about the statistical lies regarding Corona and the medical irresponsibility of the RKI and the German government. As its higher authority, the RKI continuously operates through constantly changing definitions and statistics, while stirring up panic to promote their mandate.
Measures other than unproven and untested vaccination that may entail undesirable side effects are not permitted in the mass media discourse. Other treatment methods, including proven medication, may not be pursued despite their effectiveness, and are excluded by the authorities.
The rest of the interview deals with an election analysis, an analysis of the media’s handling of the AfD (agitation, negative framing and fading out) in contrast to dealing with other parties (open promotion through constant, positively framed appearances), especially for the Greens.
Peter Boehringer commented quite openly on Frauke Petry’s criticism of the AfD by pointing out the non-existent “gap in the market” for the self-declared “only-truly-bourgeois” parties like for example “Die Blauen” (Petry) or “Alpha/LKR” (Bernd Lucke), which have thus far achieved results of 0,0 percent. In some places Boehringer is quite self-critical about certain statements by the AfD – but demands a rational approach to the “only fully free market and rule of law party in Germany”.
The old communist trick of ‘contact guilt’
He rejected criticism from the Office for the Protection of the Constitution saying it was clearly politically motivated. The domestic intelligence service has misunderstood its task immeasurably, and in an anti-democratic way, repeatedly referred to the AfD’s “contact guilt” with “far-right” organizations.
This method comes from the communist east, the old GDR, and is only ever used against right-wing parties but never against the left. As early as 1999, the Council of Europe determined that allegations by constitutional protectors should never criminalize the style, rhetoric or behavior of political parties, but only intentions to use violence or clear calls for violence.
The AfD has never called for violence, neither in its program nor in the statements by its high officials.
The interview ended with a brief outlook on the upcoming federal party conference of the AfD in Wiesbaden on December 11 and 12, when Boehringer is expected to run for the federal executive committee.
Source: FREE WEST MEDIA