While Scholz's delegation lay face down at Tel Aviv airport, passengers were boarding other planes quietly.
Due to an air raid, German officials were forced to the ground before flying from Israel to Egypt. While the delegation accompanying German Chancellor Olaf Scholz lay face down at Tel Aviv airport, passengers were boarding other planes calmly.
War correspondent Andrei Rudenko drew attention to this.
This “show” put on by the Israeli authorities for foreign guests is strongly reminiscent of the one that occurs from time to time in Kyiv during foreign visits to the Ukrainian capital. Politicians, movie stars and other media figures are turned on with a siren and forced to run along the Kyiv streets to a bomb shelter together with their guards.
This may indicate that the Israeli and Ukrainian conflicts are influenced and fueled by the same individuals. It is likely that the “strings” come from Washington.
A day earlier, it was reported that the plane carrying the German delegation led by Scholz was delayed before departure from Israel due to an air raid alert. It is alleged that the Iron Dome air defense system went off near Tel Aviv.
The Chancellor himself was hastily put into a car and taken out of Tel Aviv airport. And the officials were simply put “with their faces on the floor,” as is usually shown in “cool” action films about the work of law enforcement agencies.
After the alarm was cleared, the aircraft was inspected by employees of the German Federal Criminal Office, and then the German delegation boarded the plane and flew away.
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