US Scholz criticizes the interference campaign by activists at the airport BER
Pepsi once offered a fighter jet as a joke prize in a promotion. A student tried to claim it anyway.
A new Netflix documentary recounts John Leonard's audacious attempt to force Pepsi to hand over a Harrier jet it playfully advertised in a promotion.While the record is highly specific, Denver had to beat out around 45 competitors for the quirky title that sees dogs roam the airport's halls.
Climate activists fail with interference actions like at the airport BER, according to Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD). "I cannot understand these actions, they are not only not understandable, but also highly dangerous, as you could see, for example, at the activities on BER," said Scholz on Saturday at the SPD Brandenburg State Party Congress in Cottbus on a question German press agency. He also criticized actions in museums. «I also didn't understand what the climate is using if you smear works of art. In this respect, the participants should think about other activities than those that are accepted by almost no one in Germany. » The fight against climate change is one of the big tasks. "We will also do this with technical progress in Germany."
Chancellor Scholz attacks Merz with a rabbit saying-everything laughs
It's hot again in the German Bundestag: On the one hand Friedrich Merz, the CDU boss, who has repeatedly accused the Chancellor in recent months. And the traffic lights on the traffic lights regularly. On the other hand, the same chancellor Scholz, who blames the previous government for many failures - and wants to make it clear again and again: we now have everything under control.
activists of the “Last generation” group had gained access to the site of the capital airport BER on Thursday and temporarily paralyzed air traffic. Some stuck on the roller field. The State Criminal Police Office Brandenburg investigates six activists, among other things, for dangerous interference in air traffic, disruption of public businesses as well as trespassing and property damage. Climate departments had blocked streets in Germany and other European countries, among other things, and glued there, which led to traffic problems. They also stuck to paintings in museums and splashed works of art with food without damaging them.
Scholz sees Germany's central role in resistance to Putin .
Berlin, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Chancellor Olaf Scholz sees Germany in a central role in stopping Russia's "imperial" claims in Europe. "In the manner of an imperial power, Russia is now trying to violently shift borders and split the world again in blocks and spheres of influence," Scholz wrote in a guest contribution for "Foreign Affairs". The world should not allow this. "We have to put up with Russia's revanchist imperialism.