The fact that Baerbock, like the Greens, for authoritarian regimes are the hate object of the first class is clear, at best still they had some hope in the SPD, but now that seems to be over. After Lavrov personally welcomed the AfD in the Kremlin and choose the fascist party as future Russian Gauleiter and puppet for Russian neoimperialism and an Eurasian axis and as the beacon of hope, the mullahs‘ regime in Iran is now following suit and chooses Alice Weidel as the new hope for Iran and Germany. Especially since in the last few weeks the German embassy has also been held primarily responsible for igniting the mass protests in Iran:
“Alice Weidel: The new hope for Germany
November 29, 2022 – 23:56
By Pascal Najadi
Germany is currently walking into the biggest socio-economic crisis since WW2. But there is a new North Star on the horizon and her name is Dr. Alice Weidel. She is a young and dynamic banker and economist that also speaks Mandarin. Alice leads the German conservative AfD party with courage and cleverness to new heights.
Who is she and what makes her so special amidst the failed Scholz government?
Germany under Scholz’s leadership has been suffering loss of credibility and economic punch never seen before since the Second World War. Its foreign policy has been focused since February 24, 2022 entirely on Ukraine and its energy security has been destroyed ever since. The de-industrialisation and decimation of its middle class is in full swing. The German public loses confidence as their standard of living gets more and more compromised by a ruling coalition that is out of touch with reality. To make matters worse, a targeted sabotage on Nordstream 1 & 2a executed by a foreign government killed the option to secure energy for the winter that is demanding gas to heat German homes and to drive German industrial production.
Scholz and his crew either seem to be immune or mentally challenged to admit that there are serious socioeconomic challenges hitting Berlin in full force. They give the impression that foreign issues matter more than their own at home. One cannot escape from this reality, its visible through all layers of German society and there seems to be no one willing or courageous enough to change course within the Scholz administration. To make matters worse, Germany’s Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock said on November 21st, “We will not leave Moldova in the cold nor in the darkness.” She was making a reference to Moldova’s energy challenges through the winter. Germans begin to wonder where their government is that is supposed to work in their interests.
And here is the rising North Star, Dr. Alice Weidel, the young leader of the German conservative party AfD and a member of the Bundestag in Berlin. She has been with her party for 10 years, knows every inch and corner of the AfD by heart and has quit an impressive banking career to save her country. The opposition resorts to demonizing her because they are completely lost by their inability to intellectually respond to Weidel’s drive, charm and success. They have no new ideas to present and no arguments to debunk the truth that Weidel presents with vigor in the Bundestag. Her speech at the Bundestag on November 23rd was epic and many observers were impressed by Weidel’s clarity, rhetoric and elegance on display, talking tough and honest about the deplorable state of affairs in Germany. She advocates peace negotiations and normalisation of relations with the Russian Federation with the withdrawal of sanctions to secure badly needed energy for Germany.
“And woe betide if at some point it should come out that the Chancellor had a gas contract ready to be signed on the table to secure natural gas supplies via Nordstream 2 to Germany to alleviate the hardship,” she pointed out during her powerful speech at the Bundestag. Her speech was viewed on Youtube 25 times more than the one of Chancellor Scholz of the same Bundestag session.
The North Star has arrived and most are unable to grasp its clarity, honesty and the power it beholds. Weidel represents the new generation, albeit a rare species in Germany, that builds on integrity, honest and clear communication with its sovereign, the citizens of this most important nation within the EU. Money seems to be unimportant for her as she has quit her successful banking careers at Goldman Sachs, the Bank of China and Allianz Finance. Fear seems not to be part of her vocabulary as well as weakness but she is intelligently careful on many fronts yet remains curious enough to satisfy her thirst for more knowledge. Alice Weidel is the rare example of a humanist that benefits from both an academic intellect merged with emotional intelligence.
Her party AfD is undergoing big change, one that is becoming visible but will be on full display going forward. Perhaps the AfD is realizing that with the leadership of Weidel there can only be one winner and this is Germany and its people from all walks of life and the German industry. To unite is never easy but there is a fair chance for success if tried by being bold and daring and it looks that this is just one of the many leadership qualities of Alice Weidel, the new hope for Germany.
As Konrad Adenauer once said: “First make yourself unpopular, then you will be taken seriously.” Weidel is quite unpopular, with the opposition and the current failing government and they start to take her seriously. This is perhaps the nicest compliment for a young, intelligent and dynamic leader who wants to bring real change to the people in Germany.
* Pascal Najadi is an international investment banker and, as a director of the Dresdner Bank Group, London, was responsible for Central Asia, Russia, Africa, Central Europe and the Middle East.
The Tehran Times today hypes Alice Weidel as the upcoming shooting star and new leader in Germany. The author is an investment banker who also emphasizes Weidel’s work at Goldmann Sachs, Bank of China and Allianz, as well as her knowledge of Mandarin. It’s also funny that Goldmann Sachs is highlighted like that in the Tehran Times. So far Goldman Sachs has been considered by Iranian propaganda as US-Israeli Zionist conspiracy of Jewish international and homelandless, rootless and vagrant finance capital from the East Coast. But the author is or was an investment banker at the German Dresdner Bank and the German economy is also against sanctions against Iran. Some German companies complain that the sanctions were an unilateral economic war started by the USA against Russia, Germany, Europe, China and Iran, in one line with Sarah Wagenknecht, Oskar Lafontaine, the AfD or Trigema boss Grupp. Now all that’s missing is would be Trigema boss Grupp joining the AfD and establish a Grupp/Weidel business leadership duo. But there’s still the fascist Höcke with his Flügel/ Wing and ideas of „organic market economics“, which contradict Weidel’s more neoliberal ideas ( even as social darwinism is unitinge them) , especially since Höcke will not tolerate any god or leader next to him. But if she doesn’t establish herself as a leader, she can still become a brown Baerbock or a brown Habeck, perhaps as foreign or economics minister under Führer Höcke. At least Höcke is certainly on the Iranian line when it comes to anti-Semitism, a 180 degree turnaround in German history and the Holocaust memorial in Berlin as a “shame”. But then Alice Weidel in the midterm might share the fate of Hjalmar Schacht (Dresdner Bank, head of the central bank) or Grupp Thyssen’s fate, and then Weidel would quickly be dismissed as a lesbian puppet of the Jewish financial oligarchy. However, what is clear: the lesbian Weidel would certainly not go on a state visit to Iran with an LGBTIQ One Love armband, perhaps with a traditional German armband, but with a headscarf? And what about Weidel´s warning calls about the dangers of Islam, Islamization and headscarf girls, who ex-Siemens boss Joe Kaeser preferred to BDM girls? As a macho leader, Höcke would probably not accept a brown Faeser or Weidel woman, but go on state visits himself and personally as new leader with traditional German armbands, even at the World Cup or in Iran.