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Germany’s Green FM preparing public for nuclear war

The German government is preparing for the use of nuclear weapons in the Ukraine war, according to Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock (Greens).

Published: May 3, 2022, 2:16 pm

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    Baerbock told German news outlets Rheinische Post and the Bonn General-Anzeiger on Tuesday: “A nuclear power is waging a war of aggression on our doorstep, for that reason alone it is our responsibility as a government to take even the worst-case scenarios seriously. Russia’s nuclear sabre-rattling is irresponsible, especially in the current situation, even if we have heard similar tones from President Putin before.”

    However, one cannot use nuclear weapons without harming oneself. The Russian president also knows this. At the same time, Baerbock threatened the ruler in the Kremlin with an indictment before the International War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague.

    The German minister, who appears to be uniquely under-qualified for her job, accused Russia of what Ukraine seems to be doing in the war theatre: Using civilians as human shields as they struggle to cope with Russian advances. “The Russian President is breaking with international law and international humanitarian law in the most brutal way. You don’t bomb mothers, fathers, children, the elderly or the sick. People who do this commit the most serious war crimes. These crimes must be brought to justice. We owe that to the victims,” screamed Baerbock as evidence of Ukrainian war crimes continue to circulate on social media.

    The German Greens are leaving no stone unturned to make Germany a tactical nuclear target to coincide with the Pentagon official announcement on Friday that the US was training Ukrainian soldiers in Germany and other locations. US Department of Defense spokesman John Kirby said at a press conference on Friday that training on German soil had already begun.

    Kirby’s announcement came just three days after Defense Minister Lambrecht (SPD) announced at the US military base in Ramstein that “in the future, soldiers from Ukraine will be trained on artillery systems on German soil”. We are working “together with our American friends in training Ukrainian troops on artillery systems on German soil”.

    A report by the Bundestag’s Scientific Service recently made it clear that the supply of arms to a warring party does not yet constitute “entry into the war” under international law, but “(…) if, in addition to the supply of weapons, there was also a question of instructing the conflict party or training them in such weapons, one would leave the secure area of ​​non-warfare,” the report explained. This is undoubtedly the case with the training programs of the US trainers on German soil, which the federal government has allowed.

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