Chin Meyer, Germany's best-known financial cabaret artist, takes aim at private and political promises and promises of happiness in his usual bitingly entertaining and highly topical manner. Because Chin Meyer is sure: We all wish for a distinct comfort zone and a "life in the plus". But what actually happens when we allow the inexplicable, such as a hybrid of hippie and capitalist (Mark Zuckerberg) or of head of state and idiot (take your pick), or even the algorithms, to take over? How does "life on the plus side" go? And how far will we go to achieve it? In a vehement plea for pluralism, Chin Meyer fights for our democracy in a sharp-tongued and good-humored way, finds the absurdities in the system as a shrewd capitalism-understanding, pokes around in it with relish and clarifies.
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