“Prefascistoid” Sayer – Kogler Sharpens: “That Leads To Unhappiness”


After his controversial statement about a week ago, in which he described statements by Lower Austrian governor Johanna Mikl-Leitner as “extremely dangerous” and “pre-fascistoid”, Vice Chancellor Werner Kogler (Greens) followed up again on Friday and spoke of a ” big problem”. The Green leader warned that the division into ‘normal’ and ‘abnormal’, which the term ‘normal thinking’ entails, would lead to disaster.

When “ZiB 2” moderator Martin Thür asked him about the verbal battle within the governing coalition, Kogler felt compelled to point out the issues from his point of view again: “Where do we get when we divide people in this way? And what’s more, this is distributed by an authority. In view of the history of our country, this is a huge problem.” However, the vice-chancellor pointed out that in an interview with the news magazine “profil” he used the term “pre-fascistoid” and not pre-fascist. This choice of words by the state governor and other politicians is similar to pre-fascist tendencies.

In addition to this fascinating theme, the numerous construction sites of the coalition were also discussed – including the federal government’s incomplete climate plan. To meet the EU’s emissions requirements as part of the “Fit for 55” plan, Austria would have to reduce significantly more CO2 emissions. The leader of the Greens is well aware of this, but he stressed in “ZiB 2” that no previous government had done as much on climate protection as the current one.

Source: Krone


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