A common philosophical strategy of leftists is to keep the poor people poor and dependent upon the government for their existence. We see this manifested in many ways around the world. They intentionally do things which inhibit the poor’s ability to break the chains of reliance. Later, after the leftists have created a need or crisis, they will then engage in class warfare and demand the more successful segments of society pay to help the poor in their struggle to overcome the crisis the leftists have created.
As Germany subsidies wealthy homeowners and businesses owners to install solar panels on their homes and commercial buildings, low income families living in rented apartments are getting stuck footing skyrocketing electric bills. Many can no longer afford to pay for electricity, and so the utilities are cutting off their power.
Indeed high energy prices are causing everything else to get more expensive as well – all this while the euro is threatened to collapse under the weight of massive debt due to financial ineptitude.
This is now the cue for the politicians to demand some one pay for their ineptitude.
“Energy companies should be obligated to offer the first 500 kilowatt-hours per household at a low rate, SPD (social democrat party) faction vice chairman Ulrich Kelber demanded in a strategy paper, which he wants to present to the SPD leaders.”
Peters of the Association of Energy Consumers, however, goes even further, saying there’s a need for a general cost exemption for the first 500 kilowatt hours consumed per year and household. The exemption should apply to all citizens.
Also the VdK Social Association of Hesse-Thuringia is demanding social tariffs. VdK chairman Udo Schlitt says that without a price rebate, more and more people with low incomes are going to have their power shut off. He proposes:
“Therefore all power producers must be mandated to offer binding social rates by law.”
Another SPD scheme, one of course that the other parties will join in on:
“Moreover, there should also be a billion-euro subsidy program so that, for example, energy saving refrigerators can be bought.”
And, the cycle of depravity continues.