Who is our Stirlitz: Trump or Merkel?
A promising statement was made in this regard by the Minister of Economy of Germany, Peter Altmayer, a special trustee for Chancellor Angela Merkel: “If the United States defends its own economic interests, Europeans should do the same. Europe will fight for their interests. ” Is this what Merkel wants to compete with Trump for the role of “Putin’s agent”?
What is happening is more than a “deal” with McCain: Trump's policy and its economic advisers, “making America great again,” are just at hand in Moscow! They do it in such a way that “they make Putin great again, driving the Iranian wedge between Europe and the USA”, destroying the transatlantic unity, writes in unison the globalist press on both sides of the Atlantic.
Trumpovaya America is fighting for their own interests, and Russia is the winner. If Europe starts to fight for its own interests, Russia will be a double winner. This was noticed by Bild, although he was distinguished by a considerable hatred for Russia, highlighting Merkel’s visit to Sochi: “Putin showed who is the boss on the world political scene.”
CIA ex-head Mike Hayden, that is, a very knowledgeable person, said in an interview with the German edition of Spiegel: “Donald Trump managed to impose his will on Britain, France and Germany, but the short-term victory will cost the United States. We have angered our best friends, and the collapse of transatlantic relations, and the confrontation between Europe and the USA will happen. ” Spiegel agreed with Hayden and after Trump’s destruction of the Iranian deal came out with the headline: “There is no more West!”
The European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, as always, went the farthest in Europe: "We must replace the United States with ourselves." He is echoed by the chairman of the European Council, the European Donald of Polish origin Tusk: “The US has rid the EU of illusions, with such a friend there are no enemies. And what does all this mean?
Trump dumps the ballast in the form of her dear European "allies", as Russia once dropped her ballast as expensive "friends" from the Warsaw bloc and even the fraternal Union republics, which for some reason rebuilt better than the central regions of Russia.
The Iranian demarche of the United States, it seems, was the beginning of a change of epochs in transatlantic relations. It is completely incomprehensible how Trampov's US pressure on Iran will end, that’s why Obama agreed to a nuclear agreement with Iran, because military and economic pressure on him cannot give anything. What has changed since Obama? Nothing ... So Europeans are suspicious that the Iranian move of Trump and his economic advisors is just a pretext to throw Europe: to damage it, breaking off lucrative contracts with Iran, and otherwise imposing sanctions against Europe. And somehow solve the economic problems of America at the expense of Europe.
Trump's special approach to Germany, which he separately threatens with sanctions for the construction of the Nord Stream - 2 with Russia. Without cheap Russian pipe gas, the German industry is waiting for a catastrophe, a loss of competitiveness, so Peter Altmaier is set to fight for this very competitiveness of Europe, having Germany in mind, and Merkel is diving between Trump and Putin.
This is understood in America: the globalist The Washington Post rightly blames Trump for "neglecting Europe": "The one-sided withdrawal of the US from a nuclear treaty with Iran destroys the transatlantic alliance, Europe has ceased to be nice to the US." But the American globalists apparently lost the party to Trump, the terrible investigation by Special Prosecutor Robert Muller of Trump's “conspiracy with Putin” failed. This is evidenced, by the way, by Rex Tillerson’s resignation.
With the dismissal of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, as it turned out, an ardent globalist and demagogue, Trump seems to have celebrated his victory over globalists. Trump’s excuse was the “Skrypal’s case,” in which the Secretary of State got ahead of the president, but the reason for his dismissal “on Twitter” was “democracy with globalism”. Tillerson recently got his revenge on Trump in the Globalist Truth - The New York Times: "The crisis of ethics and integrity has put American democracy at risk." Integrity coupled with democracy - this is the ideology of globalism, which prevents Trump from "making America great again."
In the "60 minutes" occurred historical the dispute between Nikolai Platoshkin and Nikita Isaev: SP-2 will be built, the first one claims, SP-2 won't be built, the second one claims. We live in an amazing time: soon we all will find out the answer to this really fundamental question for relations between Europe (Germany) and the USA. Such times ...
- Victor Kamenev
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