NATO: The Founding Lie

NATO: The Founding Lie

The NATO edifice of lies, nurtured for decades, is more fragile than ever, Werner Rügemer writes. After the 2nd World War in 1945 the USA knew: There is no danger from the weakened Soviet Union. But with the pincer grip of the Marshall Plan and NATO, the USA integrated the Western, Northern and Southern European…

Sending Heavy Weapons to Ukraine in German Interests?

Sending Heavy Weapons to Ukraine in German Interests?

Political polarization in Germany continues to increase. Currently, there is strong pressure for German Chancellor Olaf Scholz to take a more incisive stance on the Ukrainian issue. The opposition insists on the need to send weapons to support Zelensky, endorsing the speech spread by NATO and the EU. It is evident that by refusing to…

From the Rapallo Treaty to War in Ukraine: The Western Policy Towards Moscow-Berlin Relations

From the Rapallo Treaty to War in Ukraine: The Western Policy Towards Moscow-Berlin Relations

The Biden Administration has been using the political, social, and ethnic contradictions inside Ukraine and the war itself to achieve many of his geopolitical objectives. A century ago, on April 16th, Germany and the Soviet Union signed the Rapallo Treaty in Italy. After the First World War, in 1919, the Versailles Treaty had established a…

Germany’s Economic Minister Warned of Unrest If Russian Gas Is Immediately Cut Off

Germany’s Economic Minister Warned of Unrest If Russian Gas Is Immediately Cut Off

Up until this point, it was considered to be nothing more than so-called “Russian propaganda” for anyone to make such a prediction, but now it’s literally the official position of the German government itself. Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Action Robert Habeck confirmed Russian assessments that Germany’s immediate cutoff of that country’s gas…

Germany Targeted for Not Capitulating to Anti-Russia Demands

Germany Targeted for Not Capitulating to Anti-Russia Demands

Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky’s refusal to allow his German counterpart Frank-Walter Steinmeier to visit Kiev is the first major embarrassment to happen to a Western Head of State since the war in Ukraine began on February 24. The question, however, is what encouraged Zelensky to show such disdain for the Germans?  [This decision was most…