Germany’s Biggest Union Pushes for 7% to 8% Raise in Wage Talks

by Boo_Randy

You would think that Germans, of all people, would understand what happens when money dies, but they go on voting for globalist stooges like Frau Merkel. Pushing for 7-8% raises is pointless when real inflation means you’re taking a substantial pay cut. As long as the Keynesian fraudsters at the ECB control your money issuance, Franz and Helga, your wages will always be outstripped by inflation.

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Germany’s biggest labor union is seeking a wage increase of 7% to 8% to help 3.8 million metals and electronics workers cope with rampant inflation.

The recommendation Monday by IG Metall’s management board is the highest in about 13 years, reflecting a squeeze on consumers triggered by the war in Ukraine and continued supply disruptions. The corridor encompasses the Bundesbank’s 2022 prediction for average price growth in Europe’s largest economy.


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