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Fasting preacher Kalbitzer as district administrator in Neu-Ammer-Lech-Land


The hospital was a central theme at the Schockerberg, the strong beer festival of the Schongau CSU. In view of the frustration, fasting preacher Tobias Kalbitzer dreamed of a revival of the independent district of Schongau - preferably with him as district administrator.

The hospital was a central theme at the Schockerberg, the strong beer festival of the Schongau CSU.

In view of the frustration, fasting preacher Tobias Kalbitzer dreamed of a revival of the independent district of Schongau - preferably with him as district administrator.


– You can do a lot with the Schongau CSU.

For example, bringing a two-day spectacle to the stage in the Jakob-Pfeiffer-Haus, with around 300 guests, the 23rd edition of the Schockerberg was always sold out.

But tap into it - that can be expanded.

On Friday, the local CSU boss Oliver Kellermann tried his hand, and when no beer flowed after three hits, Helmut Hunger did the same.


Record-breaking: Thanks to many celebrities such as members of parliament and mayors, almost 20 people romped around on the stage when it was tapped.

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The same picture on Saturday: Because once again no representative from the city of Schongau had appeared, city councilor Hans Rehbehn tried his hand and was visibly nervous at his premiere - after seven hesitant mallets, hunger intervened again so that the record-breaking celebrity squad (alongside Bundestag member Alexander Dobrindt, District Administrator Andrea Jochner-Weiß and District Councilor Alexandra Bertl seven mayors came) could finally toast.

Just a beer on Ex

The first highlight followed: Ex-Vice Mayor Tobias Kalbitzer as the preacher "Brother Blatero".

"Return of Kalle," he said, after he had drunk a (small) beer mug on Ex right at the beginning, and got going straight away: He dealt against Mayor Falk Sluyterman and played on the dispute between music school director Marcus Graf and the city pastor Norbert Marxer before the host got rid of his fat: "How desperate does the CSU have to be when they ask me as a fasting preacher?

Not that she still wants me as a candidate for mayor.” Kalbitzer made fun of the small ice skating rink on Marienplatz, and the pigeon house was also a popular topic, as was often the case that evening.


Fasting preacher Tobias Kalbitzer aka "Brother Blatero".

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Then Kalbitzer went wild: He raved about a new district of Schongau called "Neu-Ammer-Lech-Land" with a turnpike behind the Hoher Peißenberg as a demarcation to Weilheim and including Kinsau and Apfeldorf, which still have so much space that there thanks to its own housing association and the Haseitl company, a separate house could be built for every doctor and nurse at the Schongau hospital: the solution to the personnel problems.

But when it came to the hospital, Kalbitzer became quite serious, rubbed the managing director Thomas Lippmann with the statement “no one intends to close the hospital” and was outraged: “You plan to build a hospital in Peißenberg?

Are you crazy?

For us Schongauers, that's like southern Paraguay!" Peißenberg is for a Schongauer like Schongau for Weilheimer: "We just don't want to go there." And Kalbitzer predicted that the Schongau hospital could end up as accommodation for asylum seekers.

"I hope I didn't give you any stupid ideas," concluded Kalbitzer and received thunderous applause.


Marianne Porsche-Rohrer as conductor on the Fuchstalbahn.

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Between the contributions, which were moderated by the Junge Union representatives Maria Scholz and Daniel Blum (the latter was still with the SPD at the last Schockerberg), the city band played.

Then came Marianne Porsche-Rohrer, who, as always, described in rhyme amusing fictitious incidents as a conductor on the Fuchstalbahn, on which no one wanted to ride: “'Hohenfurch main station', I shouted out loud.

No one was there, only cattle looked,” it says, among other things.

Completely textually performed, unlike the following Markus Wühr as "Luigi from Alto Adige", who often had to look back for his wild mix of stories.


Markus Wühr as Luigi from Alto Adige.

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Finally, there was a surprise: there was a Singspiel, always the highlight of the shock mountain.

Due to the organizers' lack of time, it was much shorter than usual, but no less funny.

Thomas Henneke stands there as the Schongau heraldic eagle, when suddenly a pigeon (Lena Eberle) comes fluttering in from Venice, attracted by the new pigeon house.

"Here's the best food."

After that, Luitpold Braun, long since legendary for his roles, had another memorable appearance as hospital manager Thomas Lippmann, who is afraid that District Administrator Andrea Jochner-Weiß knows (such puns with politicians ran through the whole play) how the hospital is doing is ordered.

She: "Do you have a plan?" He: "Not really." The audience almost fell out of their chairs laughing when he licked her feet after she climbed into pigeon dirt.


Legendary scene: Luitpold Braun, as hospital boss Thomas Lippmann, licks pigeon dirt from the foot of District Administrator Andrea Jochner-Weiss (Anna Eberle).

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To the music of the Spider-Murphy gang "Schickeria" the bitter song "There is a hospital in Schongau, that can be something B'special, but people like you and I don't even go in there" was sung, at the end of which Braun (no one conceals text hangers as sympathetically as he does) repeatedly slammed a wooden guitar to the floor.

Then things got really wild when the pigeon got stuck on Marienplatz and with a lot of noise the dictators Vladimir Putin (Max Bertl, with a tank under his arm), Kim Jong-Un (Oliver Kellermann, with a rocket under his arm) and Xi Jinping (Daniel Blum) and Mohammad bin Salman (Michael Reith) stormed onto the stage to pogo wildly.

It didn't make much sense, it was always fun.

At the end, the Hohenfurcher fire brigade band was enthusiastic

Anyone who knows Jürgen Fischer knows that the return carriage will come as surely as the Amen in church.

After his appearance at the Peißenberger CSU strong beer festival, the head of the Hohenfurch fire brigade band was criticized in the local newspaper for sexist statements made against District Administrator Andrea Jochner-Weiss and Greens chairman Ricarda Lang.

When he again teased the district administrator (innocuous at this point) at Schockerberg, he turned to the editor-in-chief and asked with a grin: "And, it wasn't sexist, was it?" He later mocked Ricarda Lang anyway, with the tirades on federal politics fell significantly compared to the grandiose rest.


Having fun provoking: Jürgen Fischer with Indian jewellery.

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The fire brigade band, which as always marks the end of the strong beer festival, got off to a brilliant start.

After the usual insults from the audience, Fischer suddenly praised Schongau beyond measure - until he received the message from a musician that the city had not paid the bribe.

"Then it's just back to the normal program," said Fischer and happily rambled on.

In a true staccato, he uttered one saying after the other, the audience was enthusiastic.

As is so often the case, he also took up very current topics and responded to Kalbitzer's goal of becoming district administrator of an independent district of Schongau: "Hohenfurch would rather go to Landsberg than be governed as district administrator under Kalbitzer."

City clinic instead of Black Forest clinic

The hospital was of course also an issue for Fischer.

His suggestion: The city should take over the hospital, based on the Black Forest Clinic, things could only go up with the Schongau City Clinic and the management under the Brinkmann couple, alias Sluyterman.

Later Fischer sang old Schunkellieder, the audience diligently swayed along - until he suddenly intoned "Zigeunerleben is funny" and stopped in the middle of the song.

"You can't say Gypsy anymore, but too late, Forstner has already written it down.

Then it doesn't matter anyway, let's get the Indian out as well” – he spoke, put on a feather headdress and agreed to “Then the old chief spoke” by Gus Backus.

Fischer simply absorbed the provocation with his mother's milk.

By the way: Everything from the region is now also available in our regular Schongau newsletter.

Source: merkur

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