In front of Bundestag representatives, President Zelensky denounced the German outrage over trade at the expense of human rights.
In London, outside the British House of Commons on March 8, Volodymyr Zhelensky addressed parliamentarians, quoting Churchill and Shakespeare. Before the US Congress on March 16, he mentioned the dream of Martin Luther King. This Thursday, March 17, the Ukrainian president made an accusation via video conference at the German Federal Assembly (Bundestag).
If Zhelensky asks President Olaf Scholes to tear down a “wall” in central Europe, it is to reprimand him for his contribution to the construction. Like Merkel, whose minister she was, the Chancellor has always been supportive of policy First Germany At the expense of Ukraine’s independence. “You have been saying for years that Nord Stream 2 is a weapon,” said the Ukrainian president.
“Above all, Germany fears the ‘boomerang effect’ of sanctions on the country’s prosperity.”
Berlin refused until the last moment to stop the “Putin gas pipeline” passing through Ukraine via the Baltic Sea. Before succumbing to American pressure, the president defended the German-Russian energy program under the pretext of a “private” and austerity economy … and forgot to mention that it was led by his social-democratic comrade. Former President Schrder, a close friend of Putin.
By strengthening its energy ties with Russia, Germany has made itself “dependent on a dictator,” admitted Robert Hebeck, Minister of Economy and Climate. “The economy, the economy, the economy has always been”, condemned the Ukrainian president’s delegation, condemning the German outrage over trade at the expense of human rights.
After all, there is no ban on Russian gas and oil imports! This is the question of “social peace,” Robert Hebeck promises. Germany fears a “boomerang effect” of sanctions, especially on the country’s prosperity. Volodymyr Zhelensky accuses the selfish German who ended up “isolating Ukraine” and “giving the country to Russia”.
A devastating record
Prior to the invasion, Berlin refused to supply arms to Ukraine “for historical reasons.” The old refrain of “constructive dialogue” with Moscow was the old refrain of “Czech diplomacy,” which allowed the Americans and the French to shirk their responsibilities again, as they had in the good old days of the Cold War. European security policy.
The results are disastrous for a country that has for years pledged to take on new responsibilities as the continent’s leading economic power. Instead of responding to Zhelensky’s allegations, four minutes after the intervention, Bundestock’s representatives returned to the scene.
The leader of the Bundestag was satisfied that Germany was on the “side of Ukraine”. No discussion is scheduled after this indictment. Germany can speak silently about its humiliation.