Nothing lasts forever, and especially not in politics. Through the successful establishment of an eco-agency, Eichwald manages to reduce the German demand for electricity by up to 20 percent. But a single phone call from his electoral district reduces his joy by 100 percent. PneumoSchmidt, which is, at least, Germany’s third largest manufacturer of bicycle inner tubes, is on the brink of bankruptcy. It becomes clear to Eichwald immediately: Globalization, the Euro and capitalism or not – when people start looking for a person to blame for the 80 people who will be losing their jobs, most of his voters prefer to fall back on familiar faces, meaning him. But suddenly, there’s hope. An old friend of his is sitting on the board of directors of the parent company. Or what was it you call someone who once stole your girlfriend again?