With his events, Frankfurt-based event entrepreneur Bernd Breiter brings hundreds of thousands of people to celebrate year after year. In addition, events such as the WORLD CLUB DOME employ many people. But now Breiter is calling for a standstill - in the form of a video that has gone viral in no time.
From "Play" to "Pause". Almost from one moment to the next, life as we've known it has been paralyzed. Complete standstill. All over the planet. The most precious commodity has been taken from us: the life of freedom. Meeting for a beer with friends? Impossible. A romantic dinner at your favorite restaurant followed by a movie? Impossible. Partying at the best clubs in town or the biggest festivals in the world? Impossible. Freedom is not given to us by God, it has been hard earned by many generations. We're realizing that now. And while public life has been brought down to near zero and 99 percent of the population is at home, they are turning their lives upside down to save lives: doctors, nurses, caregivers, supermarket clerks and bakers. As a thank you for their tireless efforts, Frankfurt event entrepreneur Bernd Breiter has produced a highly emotional goosebump video and put it on the web with exactly the same message: Thank you! And: Stay at home. A video that not only gets under your skin, but also through the ceiling!
"I never expected this video to go viral so quickly," says Bernd Breiter, event entrepreneur from Frankfurt. For four nights, the visionary worked on the good two-minute clip, which is currently conquering the online world. In less than twelve hours, it was viewed more than 150,000 times on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube & Co. Bernd Breiter, who with his team implements events with around 400,000 visitors annually, appeals to the common sense of people to avoid contact with others - as difficult as that may be for each individual. "It's the only way we can stem the spread of the virus<x>ampersand</x>acute;," the 49-year-old said. "And I am absolutely convinced that in the future we will enjoy life much more intensely and appreciate the values that were not just given to us by God. We will then no longer take the freedom that many generations before us have fought for for granted," says the family man. Breiter, who unites many thousands of people across genres, borders and generations with his videos, knows how to convey things emotionally and get to the point. "The world stands still" does not see itself as an advertising message for our events - which, based on the multitude of comments from users from a wide range of industries, networks and social structures, is also undoubtedly understood correctly.
The whole world in offline mode - and online life is pulsating. Streaming services are celebrating a boom, and social media channels are also recording record click rates. No sooner did Bernd Breiter put "Die Welt steht still" on the WWW than the number of views shot up, and the users' comments make you think and move you to tears. Whether young or old, athletes or presenters, DJs or scientists, employees or entrepreneurs - Bernd Breiter succeeds in building bridges across generations and industries with this video.<iframe width="560" height="315" src="u0022https://www.youtube.com/embed/6o7hIrVaMzI"" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen="allowfullscreen"></iframe>