06.07.2022 | www.kla.tv/23008
We just have to talk about this now. Clicking through current news banners on the Internet, a headline in the Berlin Newspaper immediately jumped out at me: “Why Ukrainians would overthrow Selenskyj if he makes peace quickly”. This title, which suggests nothing other than that Ukrainians do not want peace, is followed by a fastidiously written article of several pages. The normal reader probably clicks away after the first few lines, because the mode of expression and complex wording overwhelms him in the stress of everyday life. But in this newspaper article the author then points out a conflict which he sees in German society. Between those who want an immediate peace between Russia and Ukraine and those who would see this as an injustice. Unjust – in a world political context. Since, that would mean agreeing with Russia, the aggressor in a certain way. And finally, the author tries to convince the reader that immediate peace negotiations are probably not immoral, but futile and therefore apolitical. Okay, let’s digest that a minute. At the latest with these statements, it should now have become clear to every last one that it was not – not now and never before – about the people on the ground. If the decision had been made in their spirit, a peace negotiation would have been, at the earliest possible point, immediately implemented. The next thing is: What makes the writer think that we in Germany are divided on this? Well, if I were to ask the question in my environment, everyone would probably prefer peace. Unless someone has already become so dependent, so without his own opinion, that he can only parrot what he has heard or read from this box before... But isn’t it the media, journalists who bring in this division, this other fact? That it is morally important to wage war? Or as he wrote, “Peace negotiations are probably not immoral...” Do you hear the undertone? No, it’s probably one of the most moral things you can do: Make peace. Everyone who loves peace knows that and agrees with me here. Even if it is or was your greatest enemy; you make peace for the sake of peace, of course. Then how does this journalist get the idea that the great majority, the independently thinking people see it differently, that we are divided on this? What is he presuming? Who is this Klaus Bachmann anyway? You quickly think, maybe it’s someone with a strange political attitude or he has an idea and then he writes the article... No, no, no, that’s much more interesting. Let's take a look at who this author is. I’m here now in the Wikipedia entry.... journalist, historian, political scientist.... And then life: Correspondent for various newspapers... Aha, here: Board member of the Stephan Báthory Foundation (poln.). That gets our attention. Let’s take a look at what this foundation does. “The Stephan Báthory Foundation is an independent, non-commercial, non-governmental organization with the status of a charitable foundation”, etc. So, if you want to make something look good and independent, you have to write it the same way. So that no one gets any other idea. An independent, non-commercial non-governmental organization, non-profit, etc... okay, so how independent is this foundation now? It was founded by the American George Soros. You know him, don’t you? George Soros once said in an interview with the British newspaper “The Guardian” that what was happening in Ukraine was his best project ever. Kla.tv has already aired a few programs about him. For example, this inserted: “George Soros – The network of global strategist revealed”. And so the circle closes. So that’s how “independent” this reporter is. Now that’s apparent after just a few clicks. And then you realize, it's all connected. This network – this octopus, as it was shown in the last broadcast by Tim Gielen, is obviously much more real than you might think. So, if you want to understand the world better, then watch that broadcast, but also all other well worked out broadcasts on kla.tv. Please spread them in your environment. And if you would like to help to reveal and publish these connections, please get in touch with us via the kla.tv contact form. Thank you!
Stephan Báthory Foundation, Wikipedia: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephan-Báthory-Stiftung
Klaus Bachmann, Wikipedia: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klaus_Bachmann
George Soros on Ukraine: https://inf.news/en/world/f5f5817523f195b22744b4e7ee31a203.html