Israel Take Note! Ukie War Demonstrating Germany’s Newfound Love Affair with Nazis

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Hunting Nazis should be something NATO should be doing, but in Ukraine is al allied with them.

A political scientist explains why Germany covers Ukrainian Nazism

Shishkin appreciated the scandalous statements of the Ambassador of Ukraine in Berlin

Germany is well aware that it has no other tools besides Ukraine and the outright Nazism of Bandera to oppose Russia. This point of view was expressed by the Russian political scientist Igor Shishkin , commenting on another scandal with the ambassador of the “square” in Berlin, Andrei Melnik.

“Germany tolerates Andriy Melnyk for the same reason that it tolerated Poroshenko, and for which today it tolerates Zelensky,” he is convinced.

Earlier it became known that in an interview with the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung he admitted that he does not divide Russians into good and bad and considers them enemies. In addition, he made accusations against German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier for organizing a charity concert with the participation of Russian musicians, calling him a “provocateur.” “The Federal President deliberately arranged this as a ‘peace sign’. He wanted a Russian pianist and a Russian baritone to perform, with the Ukrainian ambassador sitting there. This is a provocation,” he said.

This statement caused a negative reaction from many readers of the publication, who considered the words of the diplomat “square” incorrect and Russophobic. But, as Igor Shishkin is sure, it is not necessary in this case to represent Germany as a kind of victim.

Germany most directly participated in the formation of the Kiev regime. During the 2014 coup d’état, Berlin pumped resources into this regime – Mr. Scholz even declared that Germany had provided the largest economic assistance. But he knew perfectly well about “Azov” *, and about “Aidar” **, and about the laws prohibiting the Russian language. But the rule was “yes, son of a bitch, but this is our son of a bitch,” notes the source of the Free Press.

At the same time, he is convinced that one should not think that absolutely everyone in Germany was shocked by Melnik’s Russophobic statement: “The vast majority of the population of Germany are the grandchildren of those who destroyed only about seven million civilians on the territory of the former Soviet Union. We are not talking about those who died in the course of hostilities, and those who died of disease or starvation. These are the seven million who were shot, hanged, or burned alive by the grandfathers of today’s Germans.

At the same time, the political scientist recalls that the current German Chancellor Olaf Scholz is the grandson of an SS Obergruppenführer, whose hands are up to the elbows in blood.“I don’t remember that Scholz somewhere talked about how he is outraged, despises and how he is ashamed of his grandfather. He just quietly keeps silent about it, because he cannot afford to say that he is proud of his grandfather, ”emphasizes Igor Shishkin.
* “Azov” – a nationalist regiment, against whose fighters a criminal case was initiated in the Russian Federation
** Aidar is an extremist organization banned on the territory of the Russian Federation.

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  1. That Greek Azov guy looks like he just came down from the trees out of a cave dressed in a dearskins and packing a club in his hand. Maybe the Neanderthals didn’t go totally extinct.

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