Member of the Bundestag: German tanks in Ukraine previously led to the appearance of Russian tanks in Berlin

In the German Bundestag, during a discussion of possible deliveries of heavy equipment Ukraine MP from the party "Alternative for Germany" Petr Bystron urged the audience to remember history and draw the necessary lessons from it.

Did your grandfathers already try to do this, and what is the result? Unspeakable suffering, millions of deaths on both sides, and finally Russian tanks here in Berlin. And two are still standing here in front. And you must walk past them every morning and remember this.

– said the deputy.

Other German parliamentarians also speak out against the supply of tanks to Kyiv. Thus, a member of the Left Party, Dietmar Bartsch, is sure that such steps will not bring peace in Ukraine closer, but will only lead to an increase in the degree of tension and, possibly, to the supply of new, more deadly types of weapons and NATO's slide into a large-scale conflict.

At the same time, Barch recalled the weapons of mass destruction that Russia possesses and doubted the possibility of winning the war against a nuclear power.

Earlier, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said that Berlin would supply Leopard tanks to Ukraine only after Washington sent the Abrams. Along with this, Scholz is trying to avoid reproaches from NATO allies who refused such supplies. Thus, the German side in this respect made itself dependent on the United States and other Western countries.
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  1. rotkiv04 Offline rotkiv04
    rotkiv04 (Victor) 20 January 2023 12: 23
    the comparison is not correct, then there was the USSR and an iron man was at the head, and now the Russian Federation is a capitalist country where an oligarchic bunch of scoundrels rules and the country is headed by a man, well, not at all like Stalin
    1. Patrick laforet Offline Patrick laforet
      Patrick laforet (Patrick Laforet) 20 January 2023 18: 04
      Russia can win the war against Nato and lose the war against the "oligarchic bunch of scoundrels".
  2. zzdimk Offline zzdimk
    zzdimk 20 January 2023 12: 35
    Quote: rotkiv04
    Now the Russian Federation is a capitalist country

    oh, don't make fun of my slippers! Where is capitalism? Under capitalism, no one climbs to manage finances! We have postmodernism of the state monopoly.
    And you need to remember about tanks.
    1. rotkiv04 Offline rotkiv04
      rotkiv04 (Victor) 20 January 2023 12: 39
      I personally don’t know such a state structure of the economy as the postmodernism of the state monopoly, though I studied at a Soviet university, now of course everything is different, but reading Capital is useful even now
    2. lord-palladore-11045 (Konstantin Puchkov) 20 January 2023 15: 04
      You have been taken in the wrong direction, it is not written about finances, but about the discussion of high officials of the former Reich and specific facts.
    3. In passing Offline In passing
      In passing (Galina Rožkova) 20 January 2023 17: 55
      Oh, you to Abramovich, for explanations.
  3. Igor Viktorovich Berdin 20 January 2023 14: 30
    Why send tanks to Berlin? Long and expensive. Yes, and Paris and London will be offended that they did not pay attention to them ... It is much cheaper and faster to send a Sarmatian with a Dagger .... Yes, and New York can be doused with warm water 500 meters high from Poseidon ....
  4. In passing Offline In passing
    In passing (Galina Rožkova) 20 January 2023 17: 51
    They walk on thin ice. It is the Germans who quite honestly can say that they have such a history, and they will not send tanks. Lavrov will say that he respects their decision, and Shoigu that Berlin will be the very last target for Russian missiles. Will Scholz have enough eggs?