Despite the haughtiness of Europeans, they’re actually just as easily duped as Americans.
As the Daily Stormer explained in some significant detail, the poisoning of Russian opposition leader and CIA shill Alexi Navalny did not in any way at all benefit Vladimir Putin or the Russian state. The claim being made is that Putin ordered the poisoning because he is a mean person.
This is childish, idiotic thinking. World leaders do not put their own interests or the interests of their nation in jeopardy for the sake of promoting an agenda of meanness. If Putin behaved that way, he would not be the leader of Russia. People who behave that way are not able to maintain power, let alone oppose the entire Western system in the way Putin has.
Obviously, if you asked who benefited from Navalny being poisoned, the answer would be the Russian opposition itself and the Western powers that back it. It’s very straightforward and simple.
Furthermore: there’s not one single piece of evidence that Putin did this. Meaning that they actually claim that he must have done it because he would have the motivation to do it, even though they don’t explain what the motivation was.
Yet the Germans are apparently having a difficult time grasping it, and are going along with the “mean person” theory of Vladimir Putin.
A European response that involves the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline is needed against Russia after the poisoning of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny with a Soviet-style Novichok nerve agent, some politicians and diplomats in Germany said on Thursday.
Chancellor Angela Merkel said she expected Moscow to join efforts to clear up what happened and that Germany would consult its NATO allies about how to respond, raising the prospect of new Western sanctions on Russia.
“There must be a European response,” Norbert Roettgen, head of Germany’s parliamentary foreign affairs committee, told Deutschlandfunk radio on Thursday, when asked whether work on the NordStream 2 pipeline from Russia to Germany should stop.
“We must pursue hard politics, we must respond with the only language (Russian President Vladimir) Putin understands – that is gas sales,” said Roettgen, a member of Merkel’s ruling conservatives.
Navalny is lying in intensive care in a hospital in Berlin after his flight was arranged by activists. A German military laboratory produced “unequivocal evidence” that he had been poisoned with Novichok, the government said on Wednesday.
Moscow has denied involvement in the poisoning of Navalny, a longtime critic of Putin’s rule, and the Russian foreign ministry said Germany’s assertion was not backed by evidence.
Wolfgang Ischinger, chairman of the Munich Security Conference and a former ambassador to Washington, backed a joint response from the EU and NATO and said softer gestures, such as the expulsions of diplomats, may not suffice.
“If we want to send a clear message to Moscow with our partners, then economic relations must be on the agenda and that means the NordStream 2 project must not be left out,” said Ischinger, adding that a full boycott would not be a good move.
This could actually have been the goal of the Navalny poisoning: the CIA could have done it specifically for the purpose of pressuring Germany into canceling the NordStream, with these members of Merkel’s party being on an intelligence payroll to press the issue.
That would make sense. It isn’t really being pushed on Donald Trump, as you would have expected.
What is known is this: when you are able to see all of this for how obvious it is, it’s exhausting.
You all know it. You’re Stormer readers.
Can you even begin to imagine that Vladimir Putin’s primary motivation is meanness, and that the entire global conflict between East and West is about a mission by fundamentally nice people like Angela Merkel, Emmanuel Macron and Barack Obama to cleanse the world of meanness?
Well, we know what it’s like. These people are like small children.
More specifically, they’re like women.
This is what the feminization of our society has wrought: a global war on meanness.