Peter Fischer, who has been the president of Eintracht Frankfurt since 2000, stepped down from his position this Monday. The now honorary president of the German team made some strong statements reported in Bild after the club’s general assembly. Fischer has been a committed advocate for social causes for many years and has been deeply concerned about the political situation in Germany.
In his statement, Fischer expressed his desire for the “shitty Nazi filth” to disappear, emphasizing his disgust with the current political climate in Germany. He made it clear that his wish in life is not for Eintracht Frankfurt to be champions or winners of the Champions League again, but for the eradication of the Nazi ideology from society.
Moving forward, Fischer wants to dedicate more of his time to fighting the growth of the German right. He expressed his intention to become even more involved in social and political activism, highlighting the importance of citizens and democrats coming together in demonstrations.
Fischer also used the opportunity to emphasize the multiculturalism and inclusivity of Eintracht Frankfurt, stating that the club is made up of 112 different nationalities and that there is no place for discrimination, racism, or anti-Semitism in sports. He made it clear that anyone who does not comply with these values will be removed from the club.
In his analysis of the current political conditions in Germany, Fischer drew parallels to the Weimar Republic, referring to the current situation as “Weimar 2.0.” He pointed out issues such as ineffective coalitions, the global economic crisis, energy crisis, and conflicts around the world as contributing factors to the current state of affairs.
Looking to the future, Fischer even hinted at the possibility of getting involved in a political organization. However, he also took a moment to lighten the mood by joking about his desire for Jennifer Lopez to marry him, indicating that this wish is not exclusive to him.
Overall, Fischer’s statements reflect his strong commitment to social and political causes, as well as his dedication to promoting inclusivity and fighting against discriminatory ideologies. As he transitions into a new phase of his life, it is clear that he will continue to be a vocal advocate for positive change in German society.
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