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with 2022, just around the corner, a sweet new year's tradition in japan has taken on gigantic proportions a rice cake, weighing 700 kilograms has been offered at a shrine and tow cheeky prefecture north of tokyo. it's an annual tradition, marked by prayers for a good harvest. rice cake will remain on display until january 20th, then broken up and given to visitors. you are watching dw news from berlin coming up next week. got business with rob watts. i'm terry martin. thanks for watching. she's up to date. don't miss our highlights. the d w program online. d w dot com highlights we're all set
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to go beyond the obvious as we take on the world. 8 hours i do. oh, this is weird all about the stories that matter to you whatever it takes to find, policeman follow with you, we are, your is actually on fire made for mines. ah ah 20 years of the your robe as the your, as a and marks to decades since it's radical new common currency started filling up wallets. discuss whether it's been a monetary, marvel,
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or financial flaws. yours 1st home grown battery facility has begun production. we'll look at what sweden's new north folk giga factory means for the continent. with energy prices still soaring across the world will look back on a year of power struggles. also fuel fights. this is due to be business on robots in berlin. welcome to the program. 19 countries, one currency, and now europe is marking 20 years of the euro. it's been a roller coaster couple of decades for the single currency. for some, the euro has been a stabilizing factor for the continent. others say it's just driven up prices as we wait to see what the future holds for the euro. as 1st, take a look at the past. a symbol of hope and prosperity for all of europe. the 6 story high euro sculpture in front of the european central bank in frankfort
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. it was germany's way of celebrating the introduction of the euro as legal tender since then, europeans didn't have to exchange notes and coins when traveling within the eurozone. companies also profited as trade within the currency union sharply increased on the eve of 2022 more than 340000000 people in 19 e. u countries use the common currency every day at its introduction, one euro cost one u. s. dollar and 7 cents since then it has gone up and up in 2008. it reached its old time high of almost one u. s. dollar and 60 cents just before the start of the global financial crisis. there was also the 1st real test for the euro, a single currency for economies as different as greece and germany, a recipe for disaster. the e, you had to agree on a 1000000000 euro rescue packages to save the weaker countries of southern europe
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from financial collapse. the crisis, but the euro under unprecedented pressure. speculators tried to caching on the failure of the common currency in 2012, the president of the e. c. b spoke words that would go down in history. papers these c, b is ready to do whatever it takes to preserve the euro. and milly, me, it will be enough to easy b was pushing the envelope and it worked. the euro survive the financial crisis to day. a tough new test. the corona pandemic lock downs have placed a heavy burden on the national budgets of the euro countries. in 2020, they took on joint debt for the 1st time ever made critics of the euro. so this move makes financially weaker countries
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a burden on those with stronger economies. many others, however, still see the euro as to best opportunity for the european union countries to grow even closer. well, to discuss further 20 years of the euro, let's speak to maria de maps. this is deputy director of the brussels economic think tank brew go. thanks a lot for joining us on doing business. great. have you on so 2 decades in can we say whether the euro has been a success or not? yes, of course, i think and the euro has been, there has been a big success actually. and way of thinking about this is imagine how countries small countries, but also be countries will have weathered the 2 big crisis that we've seen in the past 20 years. had they been alone? i think that's a very important thing to try and contemplate as with a thought experiment. and then you realize that the scale and the stability that the you has brought to the continent, different degrees with different countries has actually managed to keep
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a europe together. and actually whether the crisis is much less costly than it would have been otherwise. so yes, it is being an outrage. success as far as i'm concerned. but as he just mentioned, the impact of it has buried between countries. have there been winners and losers for the last 20 years? i think it's important, appreciate that not on country's joint or the euro into the you for the same reasons. i to the extent that one can have a distinction between the north to the south, and i'm very reluctant to make this type of comparison because they're never really accurate. but let's say, let's say for the sake of conversation we, we divide the continent in this 2 blocks. the northern countries are a more open country, so they're the ones we're looking for a great markets. so they're real, the prime motivation for the northern part of europe to join the you is to expand their markets both domestically domestically being in europe, but so scale also internationally, globally. and of course, the year to provide amply, 2 countries of the north countries in the south and the other hand wandered
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stability. they wanted a stable currency that is going to ensure that the consumer has got predictability in terms of patch the pirate in their pockets. and they got that with the euro. so yeah, to that extent, if use of think about the motivation why every country joined, the you and all of them had something to do to win from the adjustment to the, to the euro. hasn't been easy for all countries that i think is important. countries in the south founded a lot more difficult to adopt, simply because their economies are a lot more inflexible. i but i think even countries in the south, i found the stability of the year to been an upright success. it survived 2 decades, and they've got through various crises. but there is another one on the way as the, or is recovers from the pandemic. how well set is the euro to get through that? i think you'll see that a european architecture, which is absolutely essential for a good a connection. i mean, for sustaining shocks or sustaining crisis has been going,
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has been moving in the right direction. compare the reaction, how europe dealt with the financial crisis and of what speed and to the reaction of the you in the current crisis to put them a crisis into 1020. and at what speed, you'll see that both of the unity of europe as well as the speed of reaction, have greatly improved. there is a thing as a serialization appreciation of the fact that a united europe can really, whether the storm so much faster. there are we important discussions in 2022 when it comes to a contextual issues. i'm thinking mostly of the fiscal pact that can really help increase the resilience of the continent. and i think there is enough understanding that important steps for what need to happen. ok, maria demetrius from brewer. thank you very much for joining us on date of your business. next, it's been labeled a milestone for europe. sweden's north volt has officially begun production at the continent 1st home grown battery cell production line. it's good news for customers
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like volkswagen, volvo, and b, m, w, and their future plans. just 200 kilometers south of the arctic circle. this factory in whitby, or produced its 1st battery cell. this week, the location was chosen because it's near important sights of renewable energy production in northern sweden, including hydro electric power, intended to compete with the u. s. electric car, joint tesla, and asian producers of lithium ion batteries. the site is expected to produce enough batteries to power $1000000.00 electric vehicles every year. north vault expects to make its 1st deliveries to commercial customers. in early 2022. the company has already secured $30000000000.00 worth of orders from european carmakers, including germany's b, m, w, and folks, vargas and sweden's, volvo, with which it plants a 2nd european factory test lays due to launch its 1st factory in europe soon. and
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asian rivals have significant operations in poland and hungary, but no european firm had opened a major facility until now. russian president vladimir putin is again turning up the pressure on german regulators to approve nord stream to is told a meeting of the government shown on russian stake tv. that the pipeline is now fully primed and ready to solve your, its national, at natural gas supply problems. and the network regulator though, says it won't give the go ahead till no 2 nod stream to until it satisfied the swiss based operating company is complying with german law. a ones for approval may not come until the 2nd half of 2022 is cooker. and you put the rising tension. nathan nod stream to comes at the end of an extraordinary year for the global energy sector. as chelsea delaney reports, nicole natural gas and crude oil in this year. these fossil
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fuels have been in short supply. whatever you want to call it, a crisis, a crunch. shortage. what's been unfolding across global energy market this year is impacting all of our live in almost every corner of the world, the energy needed to heat our homes or fuel or cars or power. our businesses has become drastically more expensive. it takes a long time for the amount of switch away from fossil fuels. in $981.00, oil gas and cool account for 84 percent of total energy demand. last year that was still 84 percent. the 1st place where we really started to see energy shortages unfold this year. it was in china. china school supply couldn't keep up with the sharp bounce back in demand from its factory sector. by september, the government ordered some factories close untold coal mines to increase production with the coal shortage at home. china turn to international natural gas markets to help keep the lights on and factories running. that huge amount of
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demand coming from china rippled across global energy markets, including to those here in europe, the competition between china and europe for elegy has been building for years. but this years energy shortage is led to an all updating war and europe, husband losing to asia when it gets cold and they do market and then you know, europe. ready have been less, but then i mean, there's pipeline to play in no way algeria, russia, they can supply as well. but that's where you have no problem. moment russia has been slow to finish tional gas the you this year, despite the critical shortage of stocks. some analysts believe the limited deliveries or no quinn sentence and accused moscow of exploiting europe's energy weakness. why? intern nordstrom to the 9500000000 euro natural gas pipeline. russia recently completed constructing to germany. the russians have spent a fortune under put in developing an entire new natural gas province. what happens
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in europe then, as part of its climate policy cuts back on natural gas consumption? indeed, many politicians do see climate policy, namely, a faster move towards renewables. as the solution, but building out that infrastructure could take years. so what about right now for now, government seemed to have decided the answer is more fossil fuels. china has doubled down on coal while here in the u. for many countries have pledged to give a call in the coming decade. idle plants are being put back on line. fossil fuel stole power our lives. and until that changes, fossil fuels and the countries that produce them will continue to determine how much it costs to keep the lights on. chelsea delaney reporting now 2021 has also been a year of ups and downs for the world's shipping lanes in the sea of japan. things
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have taken another bizarre turn as well. dozens of cause have become caked in ice, up to half a meter thick on their way to the russian ports of blood voss dog. their japanese ship expanse high winds, with temperatures a minus 19 celsius, waves splashed over the cars, then froze, cracking, wind screams and causing all kinds of other damage in the process. muscle from the business team here in val. and if you want more from us, you had to our website did we dot com slash business? you can also find asked of on the database, use youtube tunnel. and of course on facebook at d. w dot business until next time. ah, finally, learning to read. 60 for her entire life osley emory has invested everything into education for her 10 children. she herself is
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most powerful leaders in china's modern history. under his rule, china has taken a strong hand in shaping society and trying to silence those who speak out against those in power. and it has shown it's muscle when it comes to its intentions for taiwan. how are europe and germany handling a rising china? ah, i melissa chan, thanks for joining us. 2021 was a big year for chinese liter sheeting pain at the communist parties annual meeting this fall. he was symbolically elevated to the same status as the people's republic of china. as paramount leader, loud, don't quit by a rare resolution back to my party members. the document they laid out, she's understanding of china's past. and his vision for china's future. president
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choosing ping hasn't loved china for nearly 2 years. partly because of the pandemic, but also because he's focused on building his legacy in july ahead of the parties central committee meeting. he made it clear that he's firmly in the driver seat at home and abroad. drawing on them to chinese. people will never allow any foreign forces to bully, oppressor and slave us. only one who dares try to do that. we'll have their heads bashed and bloodied against the great wall of steel, forged by over 1400000000 chinese people. this year marks the 100 anniversary of the chinese communist party. it's official. history is the top item on the agenda, chairman mouth, the dog, the founder of the people's republic of china, was the 1st to in shine his role as leader his successor, dings hoping architect of the reforms that propelled china's economy to the world's 2nd biggest. did the same she wants to show that he's an equally important leader,
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transforming china into a global power. he wants to make his power felt all across the chinese society as well. he has boosted the military and launched a crackdown that is muzzled. the tech ty coons like ali baba's jack mar. in recent weeks, she has been stepping a pressure on the sovereign island of taiwan, which china considers its own. but one challenge he has yet to overcome is economic had wins. growth is slowing amid in energy crunch and supply change is russians. and there are still concerns about china's real estate market. she's image has become so elevated and so sensitive that the communist party has thought to curve all of their alternatives beyond. it's officially crafted version of who sheeting is even to go so far as to force the cancellation of a book. talk this october about she in germany, the author of that book, adrian geiger's told us then why he thinks china is doing all this. but i'm feeling
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isn't what they even told us. it's because, you know, there's such a cult of personality around she keeping and now in china and even to portray him as a human b is sir too much and im derived a simple effect. so he was the walls or something like this. we don't care about it, you mentioned it in the sentence in the book. even this is too much because there is a show him in china is something like, like a super sto even like like a god. and what she says goes, his government has pushed a number of reforms aimed to erode individual ism and push for more devotion of the self to the state that's shown up in the way china has dealt with the pandemic ordering entire cities to get tested, vaccinated, or go into walk down. it's extended to the bedroom with china's birth rate dropping
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. parents are being encouraged to have more children. video gaming for teenagers now has a time limit, and there's been a clamped down on high profile, a chinese citizens. any one who comes across as defined of the state has been dealt with harshly as the world saw this fall with tennis champion punch. why? to those living in china punks. why is alive and well? but videos like this one released in november didn't convinced the w t o, due to its continued concerns about puns well being, it withdrew all its tournaments from china. it c e o saying in a statement in good conscience. i don't see how i can ask our athletes to compete there when punch, why is not allowed to communicate freely and has seemingly been pressured to contradict her allegation of sexual assault. china, meanwhile, double down on its stance, suggesting
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a vendetta from the west. we'll meet you with awkward, we have already elaborated our position that were firmly opposed to act long distance ice, bolts, yankee doodle. de la, the ha. without the senior politician pung, accused of rape. john gully hasn't responded to the allegations. but while china tries to block out the issue, the w t a has been pushing for an investigation. the decision to pull out of china was its boldest step, helped by pung success as a player. china accounts for hundreds of millions of dollars for the women's tour with the beijing winter games just ahead. the international olympic committee is under pressure to do more a 30 minute video call. it held with pung, didn't assuage concerns. it led to criticism that the i o c was playing into china's hands with human rights watch calling it a quote hostage video in a recent
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d w interview. and the i o c. you know, it's, think about it this way. if, if you know, you're asked to participate in making, you know, helping make a hostage video, do you jump in and say yes. now of course, you doubt you try to find ways to actually assess the person on protect your own reputation, which is all the ios is doing here. pun has received support from many current and former tennis players who have praised the w t decision. one question now is whether other sports bodies will follow that lead d. w also reported this year on beijing's campaign against wiggers. millions of the predominantly muslim minority have been held in detention camps. but even those spirit imprisonment are subject to harsh surveillance measures. as mathias ballinger reported back in june the surveillance of the week as starts at the entrance to their home. a few years
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ago, faced scanning devices suddenly appeared at residential compounds all over the city of rooms. they had direct dealing to the police. on the outskirts of the city, we managed to film a cluster of data centers. police data and surveillance footage are processed here . an app on their phone alerts policeman once software has identified a suspect under glo surveillance are those who have recently moved to a different city with traveled abroad. ready guar in an official suspect data base who use an unusual amount of electricity, but whose phone is often disconnected. again, we have stopped from filming what is happening in saint john is seen by observe is around the world as a crime against humanity assistant reminiscent of the darkest periods of the 20th
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century. the poet by today's technology mathias ballinger, who files that report had to leave china after working there for several years. harassment from citizens and police while out doing his job, made it unsafe for him to remain in the country. now, we can't talk about china asserting its influence. if we don't talk about taiwan, tensions between china and taiwan are being described as the worst. in decades, beijing has sent dozens of warplanes to fly repeatedly over taiwan air defense zone, prompting accusations of intimidation. with she warning that quote, it has never ended well for those who betray the motherland and quote. so how does taiwan view china's actions? here's the w's tie, pay correspondent william yang. while the mood in taiwan remains relatively calm, defense officials over here one. china could be launching
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a full scale invasion against taiwan by 2025. they also set that china deployment of military aircraft into time. once a d i z is intended to wear down the islands air defense. the sako rays on tactics is viewed by many security experts as one of the greatest security risks in the region. because they think in the event like this, if there is any miscalculation it could lead to a unavoidable meals, re conflict between both sides. however, taiwan remains very confident that it has the capability to deal with the rising chinese military threat. and it does not expect any countries troops to get involved because they think the ultimate li, the responsibility of defending taiwan breasts with its troops and also its people . they have also laid out the plans to modernize its military weapons and at the same time also to race the combat readiness of its troops. germany will likely take a tougher approach to china given the new coalition government, the green parties,
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and lena bear, bach is now foreign minister in an interview to german newspaper taz. she laid out her vision for berlin's interactions with beijing, saying quote, dialogue is the central building block of international politics. but that doesn't mean we gloss over issues or remain silent on them. foreign policy based on values is always a combination of dialogue and toughness. eloquent silence is not a form of diplomacy for the long term, though many have believed so in recent years and quote, that's careful diplomatic language. but the greens have consistently taken strong positions on taiwan on china and on human rights. we spoke to no, a barkin senior visiting fellow at the german marshall fund for how he thinks this will play out. one area is simply on human rights. i think we're going to see a more outspoken german government on issues like she and john on issues
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like hong kong, i think on taiwan as well. what we'll see a change of tone from the government. i think another area is, is euro, you know, i think bab bulk has made clear. and this is also in the coalition agreement that she wants to push for a more unified european approach to trying to. this is something that miracle under under outgoing chancellor. uncle michael, she, she paid lip service to this but didn't really pursue it. and i think was accused by others in europe that sort of pursuing, pursuing german interests rather than, than a broader european approach. and i think, you know, it's going to mean just more confidence and bed box said this in a, in an interview this week. you know, europe has the leverage over china. china needs european markets. china needs european investment. so taking a more confident approach in, in dealing with china,
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less self censorship book has said she wants to end this sort of culture of silence . that's it for today. there's more on our website will leave you to day with cheating, kings, china, this year has seen him and the party exercise greater control over people's lives, directly in pursuit of his vision of a more powerful and united china. thanks for watching and good bye. through the fight against the corona virus pandemic. how has the rate of infection been developing? what does the latest research say? information and context?
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the corona virus updates. they covered 19th, special next on t w. t w's crime fighters are back to africa. most successful radio drama series continues this season. the stories focus on hate speech, color of prevention and sustainable charcoal production. all episodes are available online. and of course you can share and discuss on d, w, africa's facebook page, and other social media platforms. crime fighters, tune in now. ah, ah. germany now has some of the worlds strictest rules for people who are not fully vaccinated against coven 19. the country also has
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a vocal minority who refused to get the jap, many subscribed to conspiracy theories, and call themselves quare junkers, or transgressive thinkers. they've been protesting against the increase rules in germany. and now many or so fed up, they're leaving some anti vaccines are now looking to get away from the locked downs and restrictions of their home land even to places as far off as south america. ah. hello, and welcome to deutsch village, covered 19 special. i'm see from beardsley in berlin with every wave of cobra. 19 illnesses in germany comes a new backlash from those strongly opposed to the health measures taken in response, including vaccination protests and refusal to wear mask in public places or the actions that most commonly take. some however have gone to more extreme measures. olga and vala cone came to hoa now in december 2020. it's
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a small town with around $15000.00 inhabitants in the south of paraguay. it was founded in 1900 by german settlers. the cones appreciate the peace and quiet here in the countryside make reported. the cones emigrated from stuttgart and south western germany to paraguay together with vol as brother and his wife. they say they can lead a free life here without cov, it restrictions is also of labor staying healthy for many more years. yama, we have more time for ourselves. that's what it looks like. well, without fear keeping animals growing our own plants by fagin the same plan for, for i live just living freely. that's to plan more than 1000 people have moved from germany to paraguay in the last year. the cone brothers want to set up a business repairing cars like they did in germany. they hope they can have time for their family life outside of work. i am blissful
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long, the allan, by the in germany, both of us were employed. we both worked in the long hold act in iraq. the kids were in school and in kindergarten. there were vis elton olga. we hardly saw each other, but i thought is all wrong sometimes for 2 or 3 days because i had to work more to earn money. pennsylvania and some of those who have emigrated here are turning their back on cove restrictions in europe. vitaly folks who now works as a pastor for the community and whole anal explains the ha, number of migrants with his religious perspective, the lobby didn't parkway, in red, gothic. and then i found paraguay on a world map. coleman and gone said like the time has come and he will be there he was and as it was said was the so it came to pass. i also led an online for a more and my subject was a wave of migrants to paraguay. my team of law,
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i novilla also on that on the paraguay other members of the german community in holland l. like in a honda who arrived a few months ago from the us, are much more forthcoming about their rejection of the coven measures and vaccines . all of that isn't something paraguay should go along with, she says, a cabin. thus i decided to come here because we noticed that through this forum of iris situation, everything was tightening up, becoming more difficult. because more and more people actually had to flee germany, austria and switzerland. i mentioned, we think they lost their jobs, and soon they won't be able to go out shopping. the funnier i bite stella, and now they're announcing a vaccine mandate type. it's couldn't be in the sean island info slung and it still remains to be seen just which coven measure is paraguayan will implement in the course of the pandemic until then,
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the emigrant families will try to find their new home here. address vic is professor for socialization and conflict research at the university of bill of health. here in germany, professor, thank you for joining us on the show. would you ever have imagines that it would get to this point where people would actually immigrate overseas? because of coven 19 measures? no, the immigration of groups, especially feminine, is not a new petal. members of the protests f already emigrated and support us live abroad . they have emigrated to reasons of conviction, as well as to escape prosecution. so we have in class we have some in class in canada where former journalist office, real estates, we know that one of the most critical spokesman is now living in turkey. we know the formation of the us book or community. historically it's, it's one of the strategies of the protesters and the denial to caught up with the
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situation. but what, what is now relevant is to observe what happens in these colonies. is there further radicalization are they producing propaganda so and we need to link it to the multiple forms of protest in the immigration. it's one part of the social media offer a lot of of possibilities to create these parallel societies and communities. you said that it's just one part of this protest. it does it tell us something important about the intensity of the opposition here in germany and other countries, or is it french, how would you look at it? no, we would say that this is one element and may be the last step in the process of radicalization . so the, the one group is leaving the country. the other group are further radicalized in to, into a polarized ideology and into violence where we speak about radicalization. i speak about a radicalization into ideology and violet and spin this immigration is one part,
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it's a central element. why? because the distancing the distancing to the former system, the distance seeing 2 o 2, the former networks. so the distance to traditional and majority norms, androids is one of the most relevant elements in this radicalization and it's growing every we saw in the last week we saw around 50000 people in germany in the streets. we have over 30 to see 1000, right. wingers who count themself among them. we have network of corona deniers. studies by by the university of vienna and edinburgh estimate that nearly 9 percent of the population of germany belong to the steamer. and it's a very heterogeneous group. and the distance is the central element. not too long ago, in fact, we saw a torchlight marching from the house of the health minister in saxony. that's a german state. do you expect to see more violence,
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especially as we near this debate on a vaccine mandate in germany? nace lacy clear evidence of her the radicalization when we defined radicalization as extreme ideologies and violence with an increase in public statistics in a group based and and racist based hate crimes. and we see many protests, it's not, it's not that the amount of people is increasing. so, so, so the corona protests and 20 trained to you that we saw huge protest but, but now it's going very much low color. and uh, the people who are now in this movement become very extreme. and the mandatory vaccination. this, the topic of monetary vaccination was always the bridge to the center of society. so for example, in spring this year we run a representative, sorry, in germany and 70 percent in this representative survey,
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agreed to the statement corona's use plus re max a nation and 18 percent. archie agreed, and this, this mandatory vaccination is not perceived by the protest. us as something which is good to fight the grown, love iris, but it is a complete, complete giving up of their freedom and it's increasing the idea we have to show resistance. and so right now we are losing all, all rights. all right, andreas sick as a professor of socialization and conflict research at the university of feel a felt here in germany. thank you very much. thank you very much. now it's time for you to ask and us to answer. here's of your question for our science correspondent derek williams. why do i need a coven 19 vaccine if it doesn't prevent me from catching the disease?
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oh, i think that this question more than any other illustrates how governments and health care authorities have have really struggled with messaging in this pandemic. i'm to answer it. let's go back over some of the stuff that they could have probably communicated better. first, i think, is the fact that despite really great efficacy numbers from clinical trials, the vaccines that we have are not perfect silver bullets. and we should never have expected them to be. what they have so far proved to provide is some very effective short term protection from serious illness and death caused by cove. it, it would be great if that protection were indefinite but, but there are indications that it might be last long term. and then we'd hoped one recent model based study that's gotten some attention, posits that if stars covey to becomes and dominic then re infection and people who
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got at once could on average, occur again in just 16 months now. if correct, that obviously has implications for durability of immune response in vaccinated people as well. but that's just one prediction. and over the course of this pandemic, it feels like those have proven wrong a lot more often than they've proven right? so i would encourage people to focus more on what we really do know now. um, like the crystal clear data based statistics published by the c d c and the u. s. they've showed that although vaccines haven't prevented coven 19, or it's spread complete. they, they are unvaccinated. people are still 5 times more likely to test positive for the disease than vaccinated people are. and more importantly,
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unvaccinated people are 10 times more likely to end up in the hospital and 10 times more likely to die. so does being vaccinated guarantee, you won't get coven 19 or, or maybe even die from it? no. but for at least a while, may be a long while. vaccines certainly do stack the deck a lot more in your favor. ah. our science corresponded derek williams. there, i'm seniors in berlin, that's it for our show today. thanks watching they help with with
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