Alice Schwarzer on the Ukraine War: An “illusion” that Ukraine will defeat Russia

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“You’re driving your tank toward disaster at full speed.”

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Columnist Jan Fleischhauer “didn’t expect such a big approval for arms deliveries to Ukraine from a party like the Greens.” He thinks it is right for CDU leader Friedrich Merz to travel to Kyiv. Merz “will put pressure on Schultz during the visit.”

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Even after the harsh criticism of her open letter to Olaf Schultz regarding arms shipments to Ukraine, Alice Schwarzer remained in favor of her opinion. In a dispute with FDP politician Mary Agnes Strack Zimmermann, she again pursues propaganda.

meIn the controversy over arms deliveries to Ukraine, publicist Alice Schwarzer sharply criticized the Chairman of the Defense Committee of the Bundestag. “You are driving your tank toward disaster at full speed. Can you pull the brakes please?” she replies: “On behalf of those women in Ukraine who are suffering so much, I will not slow the tanks, I will let them go on until this massacre is over.”

Schwarzer recently launched an open letter in which she and other celebrities called on the chancellor to refrain from turning in guns. At the debate, the propaganda official said Germany should not “pacify Ukraine in the illusion that it could eventually defeat Russia, the world’s largest nuclear power.” It would be fatal to let Kyiv believe this: “Because then we will have joint responsibility for the complete destruction of the country, suffering and more deaths.”

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Strack-Zimmermann responds by saying that Ukraine has a good chance that this war will turn out differently than Vladimir Putin had envisioned, “but only if the West, including us, provides the necessary support.”

The conflict in Ukraine is about the free world, about human rights, democracy and peace in freedom. It is now a battle of systems. “It shouldn’t be possible for Putin to impose himself here,” says Strack Zimmermann. Schwarzer emphasizes that it’s not about values ​​like democracy: “This is not a request for a concert here. This war is a matter of strength.”

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One of the goals of the war, says Strack-Zimmermann, was to bring Vladimir Putin to justice in The Hague. Schwarzer is dumbfounded: “Before he was tried in The Hague, he would have likely dragged us into the abyss.”

The FDP politician expresses surprise that Schwarzer, as a feminist activist, did not protest the suffering of women in Ukraine in her letter. “As a feminist, I would be really embarrassed to talk about feminist foreign policy now,” Schwarzer says.

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