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People in Germany remembered who was in charge, and they took to the streets to show globalist Angela Merkel who was in charge, prompting her to cave.
The uprising took place in the midst of COVID-19 lockdowns that were draconian in nature.
Merkel had a few surprises in store for the upcoming Easter Holiday, but an already “tired of it” German public said “ENOUGH,” and put their foot down, forcing Angela to cave in.
Here’s some video from anti-lockdown demonstrations:
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Germany. March 20, 2021. Huge crowds at anti-lockdown protests in Kassel. https://t.co/Z3kB4ykW0c
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel has abandoned a 5-day ultra-strict lockdown that was scheduled to take effect over Easter weekend (presumably to prevent any holiday-inspired spread), though Germany is still planning to extend its current restrictions through April 18.
According to Bloomberg, Merkel is abandoning the plan after it sparked widespread public outrage and opposition from politicians in both the opposition and Merkel’s coalition. In a video call with the leaders of Germany’s 16 states on Wednesday morning, Merkel announced that the five-day lockdown, which would have shut down all businesses, would be lifted.
Merkel’s decision was praised by many in Merkel’s ruling Christian-Democrat coalition. According to RT, Bavarian Premier Markus Soder said he respected the chancellor’s change of heart, but added that the proposed restrictions had been questioned over their legality.
Merkel was slammed for the measures, which included a ban on church services, which was especially divisive.
Clergy and even longtime political ally Horst Seehofer, the Interior Minister, urged the chancellor to reconsider. Some state officials even stated that they would not follow the rule.