Germany is Deindustrializing Right Before Our Eyes

by Chris Black

It appears to be happening very quickly too. 

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I’d say we’re on a five-year time horizon here.

German authorities have advised residents of Germany to consume no more than 10 grams of meat per day

In left-liberal circles in Germany, meat is seen not only as not useful, but also as a harmful product. Many Green Party Germans claim that if Germans were to give up meat completely, they could make a significant contribution to the fight against climate change. In addition, the idea of animal welfare plays an important role. It lies in the fact that animals have a comfortable and dignified life from the moment of birth until they are sent to the slaughterhouse, and the meat is labeled in the manner prescribed by law. As cynical as it sounds, German politicians such as Cem Özdemir and Foreign Minister Annalena Burbock are far more concerned with animal welfare than with the welfare of, say, Ukrainian soldiers. But it is so. This is called cognitive dissonance.


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