I zapped through the television program yesterday. As far as it is political, in addition to a few geopolitical marginal notes, one learns above all such geopolitical and breaking global news that Trump is lying and bullying again and the latest corona number parameters like the weather map.Otherwise for hours : Kate Moss’ daughter Leila Grace is now also modeling, Joe Gerner’s film partner (GZSZ) is now undressing for Playboy, a female influencer earns millions for push-up bra advertising, a woman wants to become the second Lolly Ferrari and is arming her body with Botox and silicon and is bursting at the seams, A Thousand and One Nights in the Arab luxury hotel Burj Khalifa and Saudi Arabia now wants to build an even higher skyscraper, Russian oligarch Abramovich wants to sell his yacht, there are rumors that Florian Silbereisen wants to have his Helene Fischer tattoo removed, the Geissens are traveling to Dubai, gardening and handicraft tips for the nicer house, the Saxon amphibian cave creature nicknamed Fitschi has become a father at the age of 93, Tom Cruise is now playing the leading role in the 11th Mission Impossible blockbuster, is Jay Lo`s butt too fat? , the cute Royal kids sweetly asking David Attenborough questions which animals he likes most, and a lot more. Happy brave new world, or as Goethe put it so aptly: What do I care if exotic peoples in the distance smash their heads and skulls? Nothing, as long as they do not stand in front of the house door and as long as the weather extremes of climate change do not uncover the house roof. Otherwise, the world is fine. One Global Village, but separated in dozens of parallel and celebrity societies. Then the short news came that the super-rich in Germany had gotten even richer during the corona crisis and that 2,000 German billionaires had 2 trillion euros in assets. Not or only marginally reported that very many are getting poorer and how this is related. But in the not only media world of class society, these are also much praised glamourous celebrities and untouchable top performers: parallel worlds of superlatives. And for the drop-outs, there are beyond the contents mentioned also reality soaps like Hartz, but heartly, and Berlin at day and night, as they can not afford to shop, buy and consume like the celebrities or the “shopping queen” that they always see in their apparently socially permeable and egalitarian media neighborhood. One moment you can live in a luxury apartment in the Burj Khalifa or on a Love Paradise Island and the next in an unemployed flat-sharing community and switch between them. No gated community! It is also popular to swap roles, to switch to a rich man once a week as an unemployment benefit recipient or to be a worker on television for 3 days as an undercover boss. Or as the Toyota advertising claims: Everything is possible!