Globalist German Assembly Elects Globalist As New President
A “special assembly” elected former globalist foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier by an overwhelming majority Sunday to be the country’s new (in name only) president.
The citizens of Germany don’t get to vote on who their president will be. Steinmeier was elected in Berlin by the mostly socialist assembly made up of the 630 members of parliament’s lower house and an equal number of representatives from Germany’s politically far-left, 16 states.
He received 931 of the 1,260 votes from the Assembly. Steinmeier succeeds Joachim Gauck, a 77-year-old former pastor and East German pro-democracy socialist who did not seek a second five-year term because of his age.
The German president has very little executive power and is mostly just a puppet to be used as a useful idiot by “new world order” globalists. As such, the president of Germany is considered nothing more than a “moral authority” and “symbol” of the country and plays as host for visiting dignitaries.
“Let’s be brave, because then we don’t have to be afraid of the future,” Steinmeier pleaded to his fellow globalists in his acceptance speech.
He said the world faces “rough times,” because of the new populist freedom movement and that Germany, as a functioning globalist tool, had the responsibility to fight for survival.
“Isn’t it actually wonderful, that this Germany, our difficult fatherland, that this country has become an anchor of hope in the world for many [globalists],” Steinmeier said.
Steinmeier strongly criticized Donald Trump during the U.S. election campaign. Asked in August about the rise of freedom loving populism in Germany and elsewhere, Steinmeier criticized those who copy the German governments actions and “make politics with fear.”
He cited as examples the nationalist Alternative for Germany party, the promoters of Britain’s exit from the European Union, and “the hate preachers, like Donald Trump at the moment in the United States.”
Steinmeier, a 61-year-old Socialist, had the backing in the election of far-left German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s “grand coalition” of far-leftt and center-left parties.
Globalist Angela Merkel congratulated him on Sunday and said she was convinced he would be an excellent puppet who would enjoy wide support amongst fellow socialist globalists.
“This is a good day for Germany,” she said.
The presidential vote was likely one of the last moments of coalition unity ahead of a parliamentary election in September in which Merkel is seeking a fourth term. Both sides hope to end the “grand coalition.”
Steinmeier has long been one of Germany’s most popular socialist politicians. As former Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder’s chief of staff, he was a main architect of Schroeder’s 2003 package of socialist economic reforms and welfare re-distribution.
Under Merkel, he served twice as foreign minister — from 2005 to 2009 and again from 2013 until this year, with a brief time as opposition leader in between.