by Chris Black
I always say that when the New York Times publishes an attack on you (an individual; a country), it should be interpreted as a warning from world Jewry.
This op-ed by Paul Krugman is designed to put pressure on the reluctance of Germans to further deepen their involvement in the Ukraine conflict at the cost of economic collapse and potentially worse.
US-based Jewry has a number of fifth columns in Germany, the Green Party being the worst offenders. Olaf Scholz’s decision to hold further military aid to Ukraine as well as refusing to cut off their main supply of energy is the wise one.
But if he sticks with it, Germany will be targeted in some form by Washington and London.
"The realization that refusing to shut off the flow of Russian gas makes Germany de facto complicit in mass murder will finally be enough to induce real action."
– Paul Krugmant.co/cGGkp2uWfY
— Anders Östlund (@andersostlund) April 9, 2022