Sahra Wagenknecht is now completely twisting the facts: “Insane war against Russia”
drifts Sarah Wagenknecht further and further in view of the Ukraine war? At least rhetorically, from the point of view of her critics, the Left Party politician is becoming more and more of a wrong-way driver!
A new statement from Sarah Wagenknecht causes heads to shake again on the internet.
Sahra Wagenknecht is increasingly twisting the facts in the Ukraine war
Conservative columnist Jan Fleischhauer even wonders if Wagenknecht can be called Unity Mitford. A stark comparison: the British noblewoman was an ardent admirer of Adolf Hitler while her own country was at war with Nazi Germany.
Rainer Woratschka from the “Tagesspiegel” capital city studio, on the other hand, finds that the member of the Bundestag has no place in TV talk shows. Because otherwise, he writes on Twitter, you could “just as well get a crazy person from the next Querdulli demo. Or liar Lavrov.”
What did Wagenknecht launch this time that the reactions are so violent?
Sahra Wagenknecht launches violent quote: Russia as a victim?
The politician had accused the Greens of having a “crazy war against Russia” as their top priority – and that climate protection was being forgotten, which is why even coal-fired power plants are being put back into operation.
A “crazy war against Russia”? As a reminder, it was the Kremlin leadership around Vladimir Putin who launched a war of aggression against Ukraine, which is sovereign under international law, and thus brought the war back to Europe.
With this statement, Wagenknecht is suspected of distorting the facts and portraying Russia as a victim of the West. Even when it came to the question of war guilt, she saw NATO as having a clear share of responsibility.
Sahra Wagenknecht calls for negotiations with Putin – a fallacy
Wagenknecht reiterated her position to the dpa: “The economic war is ruining Germany, while it hardly harms Putin and does not end the dying in Ukraine.” Germany is dependent on cheap Russian energy as a condition for the existence of industry.
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That is why the 53-year-old demands that negotiations with the nuclear power Russia have to be carried out. Putin’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, however, recently openly announced a change of government in Kyiv as a new war goal. It seems that Moscow is currently not interested in negotiations and compromises with Ukraine or the West.