German defense minister Pistorius insults Russia, but Russian diplomats urge him to behave decently. Opinion

10.02.2023, Moscow.

The European establishment in its anti-Russian policy has already moved far in the direction of full acceptance of the ideology of Ukrainian Nazism, while Russian diplomats still urge their European colleagues to maintain decency in their rhetoric, Rossa Primavera News Agency‘s expert Stepan Gavrin on February 9.

Russian Ambassador to Germany Sergey Nechayev responded to German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius’ unacceptable remarks that ‘the world would be better without Putin.” He urged Pistorius to observe the rules of decorum and expressed bewilderment and regret over the matter.

“Against such background, Ukraine’s rhetoric with regard to Germany looks even more. If Ukrainian politicians make all sorts of invectives against Germany, which is not increasing its military supplies to Ukraine as fast as they would like, then these invectives are left without any adequate reaction by the German establishment, while ordinary Germans react to them sharply.

But when it comes to insulting rhetoric against Russia and its leader, the European elite does not deny itself anything and completely takes the side of Ukraine. In essence, the German representative spat in our face, and our diplomats urged him to respect the decorum.

Not surprisingly, the European Parliament readily responded to Ukrainian Nazis’ slogan shouted by Zelensky. The central idea of the Ukrainian Nazis was the destruction of Russia and the genocide of all Russians, a fundamentally anti-Russian ideology that is spreading rapidly in Europe today.

Some time ago, Europe banned this Banderist slogan, and now the European Parliament responds to Zelensky with a Nazi slogan in chorus. We have to admit that Europe is rapidly becoming Banderized,” Rossa Primavera News Agency‘s expert said.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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