DrThe defenders of Mariupol gave up their resistance. On the orders of Kyiv, the last fighters of the Azov Steel laid down their arms and allowed themselves to capture the invaders. The Azov Brigade held out for weeks in a lost position. The messages that the besieged have sent to the world speak of the suffering of civilians and the seriously injured. Countless times “human corridors” were promised and not yet opened; If so, then just to “filter” people. Few left and many disappeared. Here, too, the killing, torture and kidnapping are the reaction of the Russian occupation forces to the desire of the Ukrainians to resist.
It again shows what happens if the Ukrainians surrender, as recommended in the open letter from Emma. In the Moscow-controlled media, politicians and mediators indulge in fantasies of violence against the “Nazis”: in show trials, they can be settled for “war crimes” and re-apply the death penalty, according to the aggressors, who in reality commit war crimes that they deny or blame the victims of their aggression .
New evidence of the massacre
The massacres of civilians are well documented. The New York Times is currently adding a file documenting terrorism. It shows how Russian soldiers are driving eight unarmed people through a street in Bucha. Later the bodies of the men were found. The Russian paratroopers who had shot at them continued to patrol the streets after that. CNN published a video showing the killing of two Ukrainians at the hands of Russian soldiers. They simply shot men in the back who had previously asked them for cigarettes.
This is what happens during the war in Ukraine when she follows Emma’s slogan “Make peace without heavy weapons”, which the newspaper grumbled to approve because the majority of Germans think he supports them. The song “Emma” by Alice Schwarzer was once a pioneer in the fight for women’s and human rights, and today the fundamental rights are shown there as divisible.
The open letter assumes “there is a clear risk of this war escalating into a nuclear conflict”. No one can rule out danger, only one person can point out who is responsible for it. It is clear that every deception of Putin’s propaganda and every deception aimed at the West, the European Union and Germany has an effect. Whether it is the threat of nuclear strikes, whether it is because of who the “war party” is, or the “wonder weapons” that the Kremlin presents every week: first the supersonic missiles, then the giant tank and finally the “Star Wars”-style laser weapon. “Nazis are everywhere and always on the verge of a nuclear strike,” Stefan Meister, head of the International Order and Democracy Program at the German Society for Foreign Relations, wrote in Die Zeit: “The Russian leadership knows exactly how to manipulate discussions in the West they can.” And he worked with it. , with his media hate and with the words of Putin and his lying foreign minister, Sergey Lavrov, that fall apart again and again.
It is also clear that the Chancellor and the Minister of Defense are talking about the delivery of heavy weapons and the exchange of rings in NATO, but according to the Ukrainian ambassador and the Ukrainian and Polish deputy foreign ministers, these things do not exist. The fact that an internal report is now being published that the German army can deliver more Marder infantry fighting vehicles than Christine Lambrecht has publicly declared fits the picture.
President Volodymyr Zelensky says, if Ukraine had had heavy weapons, it could have liberated the besieged in Mariupol. One might doubt it, but “clearly” is what happens when Ukrainians don’t have these weapons. We can still hear the cry of relatives of the besieged people from the Azov steel mills to save them. Now we hear nothing more from the prisoners. Kyiv hopes that the Kremlin will consider Putin’s oligarch Viktor Medvedchuk important enough to exchange him for Mariupol prisoners. But Putin’s temptation to show the whole world how he treats “Nazis” – people who fight for their freedom – is great. Or do we say: “Obvious”.