Chancellor Scholz and his government are doing everything they can to ensure that Putin kills as many Ukrainians as possible and confiscates as many of our territories as possible due to their indecisiveness on the issue of arms deliveries to Ukraine.
Chancellor Scholz constantly blocks the transfer or sale of arms to Ukraine because this will increase the escalation of the conflict and more civilian deaths.
Escalation? What more escalation do you need, Chancellor Scholz?!
Attacks with cruise missiles on apartment buildings in Odessa This is not an escalation?!
The bombed out Borodianka is not an escalation?!
The massacre of civilians in Bucha is not an escalation?!
The genocide of the Ukrainian people and the destruction of the multi-million dollar flourishing Mariupol is not an escalation?!
The only way to end the war quickly is to give the Ukrainians all the weapons we need to inflict a military defeat on Putin and his shameful armies of looters and murderers.
Only then is peace possible on the terms of Ukraine and the entire civilized world.
Chancellor Scholz! You are still fooling around and do not understand that Putin is fighting in Ukraine not with us, but with you – with the United States, with NATO, with the EU with all European values - human rights, democracy, freedom of expression ?!
Then retire and work alongside Schroeder on the board of directors of Rosneft and Gazprom! Putin’s friends are always welcome there.
The Scholz government should either help Ukraine evict Putin and his hordes from our territory, or fall out of favor!
We have not forgotten the shameful presentation of 5000 body armor and helmets two weeks before the invasion of Ukraine by the 4th world economy.
We have not forgotten the shameful ban on overflying German territory for British planes armed for Ukraine.
We didn’t forget to ignore Ukraine’s demands not to build Nord Stream 2, when it was clear to everyone that this would unleash Putin’s hands on us in terms of aggression.
Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a meeting with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz in Moscow, Russia February 15, 2022. Sputnik/Mikhail Klimentyev/Kremlin via REUTERS.