Scholz is blackmailing the Germans to solve the problems of energy giants — Bloomberg

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and members of the government blackmailing the Germans, trying to solve the problems of energy companies, according to Bloomberg.

The Minister of economy and Vice-Chancellor Robert Hubarg said about the risk of bankruptcy of the largest gas company of Germany’s Uniper in case of cancellation of a new tax designed to offset the jump in fuel prices. He stressed that the closure of the company will the Germans even more negative consequences.

The authorities intend to impose a new tax on 1 October. The people of Germany have criticized the government’s plan, as the winnings from it will power company. Hubarg in response to the reaction of citizens organized blackmail, stating that without collecting country will collapse. However, he made a revision change “parts” of the new tax.

Germany, like other Western countries, faced with rising energy prices and a surge in inflation due to the imposition of sanctions against Moscow and the policy of non-fuel. Due to the cost of fuel, especially gas industry in Germany has largely lost its competitive advantage, which affected other sectors of the German economy — the most powerful in the European Union.