The last bite of Wolfsburg-style curry leaves was digested when the next discussion came around the corner: it was about freight bikes. Green budget politician Sven-Christian Kindler wants the federal government to fund one million euros per 1000 private freight bikes – or is it some other way?
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Anyway, in the end a billion euros will be spent, which is enough to create the biggest excitement. Christian Dore, vice chairman of the FDP’s parliamentary committee, talks about “consumer politics.”
“We will not save the world climate by subsidizing freight bikes in Berlin-Groesberg,” says Dore, while at the same time forgetting to mention that the average Groosberg woman drives her freight bike through city traffic while sucking on a soy milk can.
Left parliamentary group leader Amira Mohammad Ali tells the “world” that freight bikes in rural areas “do not help anyone in practice”. And CDU General Secretary Paul Ziemiak writes on Twitter that Greens’ plans are becoming “more and more absurd and out of the world.”
The idea that something similar has been implemented for a long time is very universal. For example, in the area of responsibility of Ziemiak’s party colleague Peter Altmeyer, the Federal Ministry of Economy, up to 2500 euros per case to invest in e – freight bikes and e – freight trailers. There are several financial plans in the federal states and municipalities, some of which can be used by private individuals.
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It does not yet speak out against the use of the title for polarization in the election campaign. Yet the public interest is more in the popcorn factor of the debate than the fact that the freight bike has real potential for excitement beyond Twitter.
Late on Sunday evening, John Fleisch, a journalist, journalist, columnist and decades-old resident of Greens, tweeted incredibly, “He is a freight bike driver, smiling and relaxing.”
His comment on this was not written to appease the spirits: “Anyone who demands 1000 euros from the Greens is a loser.” The equipment of artisans rather than an object of cultural struggles.
The reverse is true: rural problems cannot be solved by a financial plan for freight bikes. But no one said it.
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