Daily pictures : quod erat demonstrandum

ach, mein Führer, wir hätten den Donbass verlassen sollen

Berlin, May 2, 1945 : 3 years, 10 months and 10 days after the beginning of the Nazi invasion of Soviet Union, the Red Army raises its flag on the Reichstag (Yevgeny Khaldei)

83-year-old Joachim Gauck was a Lutheran pastor in Rostock, East Germany, then president of the unified federal republic between 2012 and 2017


In response to the speech of Vladimir Putin the day before, he states on February 22, 2023

[…] now, with the aggressiveness, we see Putin [Vladimir Vladimirovich] driving his reactionary ideology forward towards Europe :  It can happen that we actually have to defend ourselves AGAIN

For 19 minutes, Gauck serves us his indecent catechism, an ideological, repetitive and indigestible soup. The comic effect is that Germany has been already attacked last year, about five months ago, when the US sabotaged Nord Stream pipelines. But he does not care, is afraid of another attack, a fantasized Russian invasion. That is the neurosis as a child born in Nazi Germany, that the Red Army has occupied in Rostock region, after its victory over Nazi Europe, which had invaded Soviet Union, like the Ukrainian minions of NATO are attacking Donbass for more than eight years.

Gauck was 5 years old in April 1945, too young to enroll the Volkssturm [people’s storm]. The necessary age was 16. He is now too old. The age limit was 60. Sad

When I hear nowadays the most German politicians, I remember happy days in Europe, when Germany was cut in two. I was the appropriate age to occupy it.

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