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Good Morning from #Germany, where FinMin Christian Lindner wants to introduce as gas price cap to tame the energy crisis which would cost between €60-€100bn without having to violate the German debt brake.
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In reply to @Schuldensuehner
Subsidies don’t increase supply — but they will exacerbate a crisis.
 
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Such smart muppetts in power over there, hilarious
 
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Why not cap profits of energy companies? How many billions they already received in the last decades as subsidies? Energy companies have been x4 profit on their costs, why? 5% is more than enough for essential infrastructure. And don't roll it back on the tax payers.
 
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As we all know they work. Since 4,000 years. aier.org/article/4000-y…
 
 
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Could just open NS2 lol. Could have stuck to the Minsk Agreements lol.
 
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I think this above amount is not enough for the gas price cap Of course is dependent on Asia demands but sounds really too little
 
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So they want to hurt you just enough (the nudge) so that you reduce your consumption, but not hurt you much so you go down the streets and start doing some bat shit crazy protesting! Start peace now, stop the destruction of Ukraine and open the fricking NS1-2 & reduce consumption
 
 

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