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After 16 years of Angela Merkel’s leadership, the country feels tired. Many believe the grand coalition dragged its feet on reforms and failed to resolve social …

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31 comments

David Doch 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

Competence should be the only parameter for hiring, not gender or race.. competence and talent. To hire solely based on race or gender is illegal isn't it.

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David Doch 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

DW is turning into a PR company

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Daniel Torrens 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

What does a fake globe siting in the background have to do with the UN, they just slip that in there to make sure that you are brainwashed!!! I don't live on a ball floating around in space! I live on a non- rotating flat earth and we are the center of the universe!!!

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CultureClique 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

It makes me laugh how everyone wants to blame the government or even one person, in this case the chancellor, for their failure! Someone dropping out has nothing to do with Merkel’s tenure as the chancellor. There are always losers in a society, in EVERY SOCIETY, even in the richest, most developed country!

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James H 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

She turned Germany into a third world dump.

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Sachin Vartak 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

It is easy to judge anybody without getting into his or her shoe. Inequality does not spare any country. The numbers are always misleading.

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Locke Thomas 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

Are Germany still importing 2 million immigrants per year?

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Locke Thomas 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

AFD AFD AFD AFD

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gracia maria 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

Merkel: the worst thing that’s ever happened in Europe.

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Jill Ellis 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

Walmart Employees start @ $14+
License Practical Nurse $11
…..system is NOT set up for success! Elites do NOT want competition from the smarter, younger generations!

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Jill Ellis 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

ALL the working class MUST GIVE their money to the gov, whether chosen or “SELECTED”, as seen a LOT the last 2 years!! How rich would be really be if we did NOT hand our money to the evil gov?

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Jill Ellis 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

… CORRECTION: the USA wants farming banned! PAYING farmers to burn crops OR get huge, hefty fines! NO SELF-SUFFICIENCY allowed anymore. NWO & we’re ONLY a slave, ALL OF US!

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Jill Ellis 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

#termlimits are NECESSARY TO BALANCE OUT EVIL & GOOD!!

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eva gerber 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

She has done more wrong than good.
Live in germany and that talk about it…

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Margot Rousseau 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

This documentary is gold. Thank you for the great journalism as usual. Wishing you guys success!

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muaz baharom 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

Democracy is a problem if every time the boss cronies face the same, it is not democracy

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poodtang2 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

A women in power for 16 years with only 35% of the vote.

An East German technocrat obsessed with the support of inner city elites.

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viralshield 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

she destroyed the Germans with non European migrants. That is her legacy!

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beach side 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

I would be willing to say that the top money makers keep making more yet the lower income are the once who are working more and keep making less. Its the rich get richer and the poor get poorer

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Billy Earthworm 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

Trusting the UN is the problem, disband the UN and its meddlesome ways!

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In Korea 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

I think those stats are misleading. The pay gap is definitely a myth. When you take into account job factors such as leave, hours worked, etc.

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Phil 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

They should import more third worlders. That always seems to work.

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Hantykje 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

@11:00-11.25 I hope this young man learns to be proud in what he learns at his job/school, and not just something he does because i can't do other things. Good handcraft skills in needed in all societies, and should see a solid pay increase. There is no point to go to you full time job every day if the pay check is so low every month becomes a struggle.

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Kris 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

4:55 This data on #1 is correct but skewed. The reason is that billionaire LIDL founder, Dieter Schwarz, taxes his income in Heilbronn, which is great bcs others like him don't do that – that's why the rest of the list is not skewed. Raises the question … where do they tax their income?!

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Malinwa 4ever 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

Merkel was peace
I hope a strong Germany will lead Europe

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Lord Typesalot 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

„Who are the winners, and who are the losers?“

Well, we pay the highest electricity bills in all of Eurasia. The only country with higher electricity prices is Japan. While the rest of the world is investing in nuclear energy sources, Germans are expected to lower their already lower carbon footprint, and use bee wax candles and to wash their clothes in the local park creek, or not to wash at all.

We pay the highest tax in the EU. (A high school teacher earns monthly about €4.100,-. After income tax, and the mandatory health insurance, social security, retirement fund, they‘re left with 2.400,-; in comparison, a mailman earns around 1.900,-, and he didn’t have to spend five years in university and another two as an intern preparing for the state exam.)

The rents have risen by 150 per cent in the last twenty years, the incomes have not.

While our grandparents (without any formal higher education) earned enough to build a house and pay it off in twenty years, our generation, with three academic degrees and a „well-paid“ job, can only dream of owning an apartment.

But hey, there’s always someone „in need“ who needs a spoon of sugar in the shape of redistributed tax funds: the banks, failed companies, CDU politicians (the last NINE corruption scandals go back to the fine, upstanding „Christian Democrats“ – there’s an oxymoron to digest.)

Add to that the eternally unemployed, the illiterate immigration, the local criminals, and you realize, why a high school teacher has to give 45 percent of their income into the „trust“ of a highly corrupt camarilla of politicians.

But Madame Chancellor said already in 2010 that „Multi-kulti is a failed idea.“ That diversity and multicultural societies aren’t a goal to pursue. Then in 2015 she decided on behalf of 505 million Europeans, that about two million culturally completely different individuals are to be given permanent asylum in the EU. But she went back on her track of „Christian conservatism“ by voting twice NO on marriage equality, never overcoming the fact, that thanks to her opponents LGBT individuals can marry their partners for the last three years.

Because in Madam Chancellor’s mind, gay people aren‘t part of her „great conservative idea“. I suppose they fall in the bracket of the „failed multicultural diversity“.

In Madame Chancellor’s world, obviously there have been only two major issues for all Germans: coal mines and gay people. In her own Protestant mind just as equally dirty. The pious daughter of a Lutheran pastor dreams instead of windmills, solar panels and an armada of low-payed workforce that will keep paying for her … Hirngespinste. I never believed her a word. And when I realized how she covered for the close circle of corrupted colleagues in her party, I knew that her time will be up soon. Good riddance.

The problem is, that the three new candidates seem by far worse in their incompetence and ill preparation for the job. I guess, we‘ll all be paying more taxes soon.

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Philip J Fry 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

the us is 17th yeah i can believe that.

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Robert Cece 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

Germany can again become a masculine country. It will just take a long time.

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Robert Cece 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

German education has granted the world such gifts as eugenics.

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Robert Cece 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

Merkel was reputation management for Hitler.

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sanoj green 28/09/2021 - 1:55 AM

I am glad to see the German youth are not easily fooled, while being appalled over the rise of Nazi-based support groups trying to come in to power.

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