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Offline FredNoTimeToBe2021

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Re: German minister says too many people are speaking English in Berlin
« Reply #30 on: March 28, 2021, 01:56:55 PM »
No!

Say it isn't so?

Not our beloved Jens?!

"Spahn, who at the age of 40 has already spent almost half of his life in the Bundestag, has mastered the mechanisms of political self-marketing like few others. The main thing is that the volume is right - and that which sticks to the audience. Despite many doubters, he has repeatedly benefited politically from it. Spahn can speak loudspeakers, Spahn can run for battle - and one day possibly also chancellor.

That is one side of the Minister of Health, the public one, the political one. The side that makes it necessary to also tell the other side of Jens Spahn.

They call his lawyers private. Since the first reports about Spahn's new Berlin villa, they have taken great pains to convincingly present this point of view to the media and the courts. That is why t-online is still not allowed to state the specific purchase price. In contrast to his pithy political positions, the minister would have liked to remain completely silent about the property.

Research by t-online suggests: Since the beginning of his political career, Spahn has pursued an investment strategy that is closely intertwined with his political advancement. It began directly with his entry into the Bundestag. Since then, the private citizen Jens Spahn has always benefited financially when the politician Spahn made a career leap.

Even more: Without his political career, which he planned strategically like few others, his numerous investments would probably hardly have been possible. The minister always denied any conflicts of interest."
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Re: German minister says too many people are speaking English in Berlin
« Reply #31 on: April 03, 2021, 03:28:58 PM »
It gets better and better, Helmut Kohl's son is suing J. Spahn (for unpaid bills):

https://www.gmx.net/magazine/news/coronavirus/kohl-sohn-walter-kohl-verklagt-jens-spahn-5-millionen-euro-masken-corona-35688144
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Einer der Söhne des verstorbenen Altbundeskanzlers Helmut Kohl (CDU), Walter Kohl, hat wegen eines Geschäfts mit Corona-Schutzmasken Klage gegen die Bundesregierung eingereicht. Nach einem Bericht der "Bild"-Zeitung (Samstag) verklagt er Gesundheitsminister Jens Spahn (CDU) vor dem Landgericht Bonn auf annähernd 5,5 Millionen Euro.
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