January 3, 2018
In February, German public television is set to air a made-for-TV movie titled “Break-out to the Unknown” wherein a European family is forced to flee from Germany to escape a “collapsing,” “right-wing extremist” government that “persecutes dissidents, Muslims and homosexuals.”
They chose to seek refuge in Africa, which is “enjoying political and economic stability after an economic boom.”
The TV movie “Break-out to the Unknown” (WDR/ARD Degeto), on Wednesday, 14 February 2018, at 8.15 pm, tells the tale of family fleeing a totalitarian system under life-threatening circumstances, from an unusual perspective: in the near future, Europe has collapsed into chaos. In many countries right-wing extremists have taken power. The formerly democratic state of Germany has become a totalitarian system that persecutes dissidents, Muslims and homosexuals.
As a lawyer, Jan Schneider (Fabian Busch) has taken the side of dispossessed victims. When he learns that the regime intends to put him in prison once more, he decides to flee. His goal is the South-African Union, which is enjoying political and economic stability after an economic boom. A cargo ship is to take him, his wife Sarah (Maria Simon) and both children Nora (Athena Strates) and Nick (Ben Gertz) together with other refugees to Cape Town, but the people traffickers put the passengers in boats that are far too small in front of the coast of Namibia.
As I reported two weeks ago, the new leader of South Africa is planning to seize white-owned land Zimbabwe-style without offering any compensation in return.
South Africa's New Leader Aims to Seize White Owned Land Without Compensation https://t.co/FLZCHLaJdn
— Chris Menahan 🇺🇸 (@infolibnews) December 23, 2017
No doubt this won’t be a repeat of what happened in Zimbabwe but will instead lead to an economic boom as German state TV is imagining.
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) December 25, 2017
This article was posted: Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 7:48 am