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The irony is that most of these young people have voted for the very party that approved of the digs in Lützerath - the “green” party. That’s the literal name, and they have a history of approving war, and now that they are in power (with 2 other parties), they also approve of destruction of nature.
Yes, sad. “power corrupts” applies. But I’d say usually it is good to not place your bet only on national politics. Watching the local community politics instead and do “direct action” or consumer behavior change (which may include for example small things like eating less meat, not buying from big brands which produce non sustainable products, or slightly adjusting some bus stop billboard ad) makes sense.
Well said! :)