Hennig-Kloska, the hero of the Lex Siemens scandal, can be proud. Certainly German companies, baffled by the flow of KPO money into “green energy”, expect there to be more of this material on public television captured by Tusk and Sienkiewicz.
Windmills are cool and Poles love them – this was the message that reached the viewers of Marek Chase. As an expert in supporting wind energy, he speaks, among other things: Greenpeace activist.
The bizarre footage – reminiscent of Stalinist newsreels – can be viewed below:
The implication is that everyone probably missed the accurate, and not at all propaganda, material in the new Windmill News. Ms. Henning Klokosko, thank you!
Clean water🥰 pic.twitter.com/KinxwTbL94
– Jurek Washko (@JurekWu) December 29, 2023
I thought it was a deliberately placed sound from a newsreel from the 1950s.
note. Furthermore, this material must be really stupid because it brags about its negative prices in the renewable energy market and probably doesn't understand what it actually means for the system and the price of energy. https://t.co/i8yJKNYn89
– Lucas A. Jankowski (@LAJankowski) December 29, 2023
The associations – not just the content, but also the journalist's tone of voice – are likely to be obvious, at least to older readers:
Echo Richards embodies a personality that is a delightful contradiction: a humble musicaholic who never brags about her expansive knowledge of both classic and contemporary tunes. Infuriatingly modest, one would never know from a mere conversation how deeply entrenched she is in the world of music. This passion seamlessly translates into her problem-solving skills, with Echo often drawing inspiration from melodies and rhythms. A voracious reader, she dives deep into literature, using stories to influence her own hardcore writing. Her spirited advocacy for alcohol isn’t about mere indulgence, but about celebrating life’s poignant moments.