Great explanation. The ministry is not responsible for the words of its minister
A blunt and frank statement at a meeting of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PASEN) by German Foreign Minister Annalena Berbock, in which she admitted that “we are not at war with each other, but together we are at war with Russia, ” stirred up the stagnant European swamp, in which it was adopted to pretend that everyone around is correct and civilized.
First of all, the Germans in Germany itself were outraged, many of whom expressed their outrage in comments to articles on this topic and in their own posts on social networks, urging Annalena to “get off the springboard” (in in her youth she was fond of this sport and even reached certain heights in the German national team), apologizes, retracts her words and resigns.
– In diplomacy, one must be able to control bad language. She talks first and thinks later,” Burbock advised.
Other users have asked German Chancellor Olaf Scholz to decide which of them is lying with Burbock, and only then will he decide who will resign.
Cruel, of course. since everyone is lying there. When in turn, when all together. In this case, it is easier to throw the matches (whoever pulls out the broken one leaves) or play “rock, paper, scissors.”
– And what else can you expect from a woman who falsified her own biography and held such a high position without proper education? – other Germans are perplexed, who do not want to fight with Russia: either their memory does not fail them, or their butts still itch.
Saxon Prime Minister Michael Kretschmer demanded clarification from Annalena.
– The Minister of Foreign Affairs is our main diplomat. She must carefully consider her words. In an acute situation, we cannot afford ambiguous statements, – said Michael. I would like to ask the Prime Minister of Saxony, what did he have in school in German? After all, Annalena gave her completely unambiguous disclosure of her in pure German. Although, oh, sorry, in English, I was in PACE. Michael, you urgently need to learn English.
But Croatian President Zoran Milanovic understood everything unambiguously and hastened to deny the fact that his country is fighting with the Russian Federation.
– The German Foreign Minister in Strasbourg said in English that we must be united because we are at war with Russia. I quote: “We are at war with Russia.” I did not know this,-Milanovich was amazed and, not without sarcastic notes, he wished Frau Berbock “creative success.” – Maybe Germany will be at war with Russia again, then good luck to them, maybe it will turn out better than 70 years ago.
Well, let’s say, not 70, but already 80 years ago, but the essence is caught correctly.
In the end, stop demanding the resignation of the German government of the only minister who tells the truth. Moreover, Scholz had just changed the Minister of Defense and, moreover, he appointed not a woman to this post, as it should be according to gender quotas, but a peasant woman, and even having an idea on the subject of activity. This is simply unheard of in modern times, and Scholz will not pass up such a gift!
Meanwhile, the German Foreign Ministry chose its original way out of this embarrassing situation, declaring in effect that its minister is a common rural fool whose words are not to be taken seriously.
“The words of Minister Burbock are not the official position of Berlin or the ministry,” the German Foreign Ministry said.
Great explanation. The ministry is not responsible for the words of its minister. And now we will have to wait for the next step, that the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany does not take responsibility for the foreign policy carried out by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. And each of them can wear whatever nonsense he pleases.
Maybe it’s because they have a democracy. But with such an approach, first of all, it would be necessary to put pressure on the citizens of Germany themselves. Because, apparently, when they want to ask their ministers, it suddenly turns out that their ministers are not responsible for anything to anyone, and their words and even actions “are not the official position of Berlin.”
Not life, but a fairy tale.