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Although she is only temporarily in office due to the upcoming change of government, the German minister of defence, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, is tightening the escalation screw against Russia even further.
On October 21, on the side-lines of the NATO summit in Brussels, she gave an interview to Deutschlandfunk radio in which she threatened Russia with the use of nuclear weapons if the country did not bow to NATO’s guidelines. The Baltic region and the Black Sea were specifically named as possible war targets.
The minister is undoubtedly also keeping an eye on the 20 nuclear weapons that are being stored at the Büchel air base in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Although it is not officially a nuclear power, these American nuclear weapons are available to Germany in the event of war and are to be dropped over Russia by Bundeswehr aircraft.
Although, on October 24, there was opposition from Rolf Mützenich, a high representative of the future government coalition, it was only half-hearted and even turned into the accusation that Russia, for its part, was threatening NATO. In the past all parties of this new coalition have supported the German policy of confrontation unconditionally or even called for it to be tightened.
German dreams of war against Russia have already brought the world to the edge of the abyss. A world war with nuclear weapons, however, would be a step beyond.
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