Biden’s top agent of influence
German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock's mission is evidently the complete submission of German interests to those of the US and the Davos clique around Klaus Schwab.
Published: November 8, 2022, 6:02 am
Olaf Scholz’s visit to China last week therefore attracted heavy fire. The chancellor was faced with a deluge of criticism especially from the pro-atlanticist European media which banged on with increasing volume against China and also against any significant economic ties with the Asian giant.
But Scholz not only has to contend with a hostile media, but also an entitled foreign minister in his government – Annalena Baerbock, who can be described as the best political influence agent of the Biden administration in Europe bar none.
After Baerbock played no small part in the ruin of German relations with Russia, she is currently dead set on destroying communication between Germany and the People’s Republic in the interests of her sponsors and friends in Washington and Davos, despite all the foreseeable economic consequences of such actions.
It goes without saying that this is not in the interest of ordinary Germans, but that is the last argument that would bother a Green acolyte like Baerbock. Her speeches have revealed a Liz Truss-like grasp of intellectually and politically important issues, but she excels as an ideologically fanatical operative.
Olaf Scholz cannot be so naïve as not to recognize the role played by his foreign minister. But he obviously would rather remain chancellor than do what his oath of office has long dictated, which is the immediate dismissal of Baerbock from her ministerial position. But, in case he decides to fire Baerbock, it would mean the end of the traffic-light coalition.
And there is no doubt that the successful Green agent of influence of the Biden administration would be even more pleased to continue working as foreign minister with the pro-American Friedrich Merz as chancellor. But whether under Scholz or under Merz: Annalena Baerbock continues to cause serious damage to the interests and future of Germany and the German people.
Removing a Christian symbol
Her woke ideology has manifested itself everywhere. At the request of the foreign ministry, an almost 500-year-old cross that belongs to the historical inventory of the famous Hall of Peace was removed for the G7 summit in Münster. This was where the representatives of the G-7 powers met. Apparently there was a fear that the Taoist foreign minister of Japan might take offense at this symbol, but nobody had bothered to ask him about his sensitivities.
Baerbock offered a nonsensical justification, because the Japanese appreciate German culture and would not be surprised at finding Christian symbols in a Christian country. It is not without reason that the Japanese hold the church musician Bach in great honor. In return, one would hardly expect the Japanese to cover their shrines if a Western politician came on a state visit.
Rather, it is the Greens who have a problem with Western culture and its Christian heritage. The incessant talk of “diversity” and “inclusion” quite resolutely excludes anything Christian, while everything foreign is idolized and fetishized to the point of excess. This leads to the bizarre situation that in 2022 a Cologne muezzin can loudly blare the Islamic claim to absoluteness from a minaret.
“The cross was removed for reasons of protocol,” the Foreign Office said when asked by German daily Bild.
The G7 foreign ministers’ meeting took place in Münster’s historic hall: In 1648 it was the scene of the invocation of the Spanish-Dutch Peace – part of the Peace of Westphalia.
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