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German politician: “Ami go home!”

In Germany, discontent is growing over unequal relations with the United States

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Oskar Lafontaine is a German politician, candidate for Chancellor in the German federal election of 1990, Chairman of the Social Democratic Party from 1995 to 1999, Minister of Finance from 1998 to 1999, leader of The Left in Saarland since 2010.

The United States of America is waging bloody economic wars against the entire world, and now against us Germans. The German government is talking interference with our sovereignty. What a fallacy! We have never been a sovereign state. After the end of the World War II, it is the Americans who have been handling issues of war and peace in Germany.

In 1963, Charles de Gaulle said: “Having allies… is a matter of course for us in the historical era in which we find ourselves. But to have your own free choice… is also a categorical imperative, because alliances have no absolute virtue, no matter what feelings they are based on. And if you give up control over yourself, you run the risk of never regaining it.”

Later, Francois Mitterrand would add: “You can’t hand the solution over to others when life or death is at stake.”

American military bases in Germany imperil us instead of protecting. The United States is pushing us to a war with its aggressive policy of encircling Russia and China, with allocating huge amounts of $738 billion for military purposes, by means of withdrawing from the INF Treaty and placing short-range missiles next to the Russian borders. It is in our interest to liberate the German soil from US military bases.

“Ami go home!” the students chanted in 1968, when the United States killed millions of people in Vietnam, using its military bases in Germany. “Ami go home!” the Germans urged when the United States, under the guise of lying about Saddam Hussein’s possession of weapons of mass destruction, unleashed the war in Iraq using its military facilities in Germany – a war that claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people. “Ami go home!” – this appeal should become the motto of German politics today, when the greatest military power in the world is obviously violating international law and terrorizing all of the world.

This has been taken from Oscar Lafontaine’s Facebook and distributed by the German NachdenkSeiten run by another “heavyweight” of German politics – Albrecht Müller, a long-term ally of German Chancellor Willy Brandt, Bundestag member from 1987 to 1994.

“People like Oscar Lafontaine,” Albrecht Müller writes in his commentary, “able to get across their ideas, are a must-have in politics. The demand [on the US to leave Germany] is by no means radical. It’s appropriate. Many Germans believe so, but not those who shape today’s politics in Berlin. The German establishment and representatives of the major news outlets are either associated with the United States and dependent on them, or serve the interests of the military establishment. There are also people who simply lack courage and consider the ‘Ami go home’ demand unduly radical.

What else should happen? Sanctions have been imposed against us Germans. The weaponization process is at our expense. We are involved in maneuvers next to the Russian borders. Convoys with military equipment block our railways. What is finally going to make the cup run over?”

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Vera Gottlieb
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Vera Gottlieb

Germany/Germans are finally starting to realize that crawling up the Yankee rectum is not beneficial. Germans are still thankful that the US kept Berlin alive way back when. That was then. Today the situation is entirely different…

Olivia Kroth
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“Kept Berlin alive”? This is a western point of view. The Germans in the former DDR (Deutsche Demokratische Republik) did not need the US to “keep Berlin alive”. They lived in the eastern part of Berlin. Berlin was divided after the war. Nobody had the intention of letting it die.

Smoking Eagle
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Smoking Eagle

Not “Ami, go home!”, but “Ennemi go home!”

The US is Germany’s enemy, and it should kick out US bases and reestablish former good relations with Russia. Russia can be trusted, but not the US.

Olivia Kroth
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Yes, and this has been the case since 1945. I wonder, why it needed the Germans so long to wake up. Meanwhile the “Sleeping Beauty” is nearly 75 years old. Old enough to wake up. Either now or never.

Brokenspine66
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Brokenspine66

Essentially, the USA are Europe’s Enemy and let’s face it, they are the Emeny of the rest of the World aswell.

Olivia Kroth
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So true!

Smoking Eagle
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Smoking Eagle

The US is also its own enemy.

oldandjaded
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oldandjaded

“The US government and the corporatocracy that controls it is the enemy of its own people”
There, fixed it for you. LOL!

Yankee Doodle
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Yankee Doodle

We like to spread the charm.

Tjoe
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Tjoe

Imagine running a government where the majority of the career heads are Talmud followers and hate the rest of us animals

Magic Man In the Sky
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Magic Man In the Sky

Sounds just like the Jewish Bolshevik Soviet Union.

My 2 Centavos
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My 2 Centavos

Well, maybe not always an enemy but more a fair weather friend to useful dummkopfs.

Stephen Verchinski
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Stephen Verchinski

The Green Party has been saying this for years. We do not need all these bases except to maintain an expensive all continents presence. The MIC now has us in the early throes of WWIII and the Congress is disregarding their Constitutional responsibly.

Bob
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Bob

even the backers of the new US sanctions on N2 are on record stating US sanctions are unlikely to be effective because they came too late, only finally authorized when the pipeline projects near completion.

That gives rise to the question of what took so long, why offer only a glancing blow when the target was in sight for two years.

Good Point
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Good Point

Congress and the MSM were too busy chasing collusion rainbows to bother with much else. Multi-tasking takes an intelligence beyond their reach.

Half of Congress was still trying to figure out during off-hours how much grain could be stored in Egypt’s pyramids, so even that was a lost opportunity.

Fly on the Wall
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Fly on the Wall

Merkel’s response to Macron: “NATO should remain intact because only NATO could protect Germany.”

“Only NATO, not ‘molecules of freedom’ can protect Germany from the Eastern hordes. Besides, we’re penny pinchers and pacifists now and don’t want to see France take a military lead in Europe.” She theoretically added, pandering to a crowd of German WWII veteran octogenarians and US envoy Grennel who all burst out in applause.. Grennel exclaimed: “Gee, these patriotic crowds of WWII vets are just like in Latvia and Ukraine now. I feel right at home.”

Olivia Kroth
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There are no Eastern hordes to invade Germany, but there were Nazi hordes who invaded the Soviet Union. Madame Merkel has forgotten that. She probably did not study history in her DDR schools.

Lothar Luken
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Lothar Luken

The Russian army, while raping a million German women, took over East Germany and gave it the Stasi state and the Berlin Wall. Merkel grew up there. She doesn’t need history books – she was there! It’s Olivia who has to do some research and learning…

Magic Man In the Sky
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Magic Man In the Sky

Indeed you are absolutely correct. By the way never forget that Jew-puppet Eisenhower presided over the slow murder of almost two million surrendered German soldiers in his death camp through deliberate imposition of thirst, starvation and exposure to the elements.

GiddyUp
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GiddyUp

The time is ripe. I’d really like to see an honest poll conducted in Europe with one question: “Who’s more likely to commit a military aggression that sparks WWIII, The US or the RF?” The results from that one question would speak volumes.

Brokenspine66
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Brokenspine66

A wile ago there was a poll in Germany, ordered by the Atlantic Council, the result was not what they expected, the majority of Germans want the US-Occupiers gone for good, are critical of NATO-Mafia and see Russia as partners + friends and not as a threat at all (the USSR/Russia made the reunification possible) but the USA as a threat to Europe + World peace. As expected it’s not mentioned in the MSM but the corrupt German Regime, Elites + Oligarchs of Traitors, Collaborators, Sell-Outs + Foreign-Agents give a fuck.

Magic Man In the Sky
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Magic Man In the Sky

Oy vey. The GOYIM KNOW.

Regula
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Regula

The biggest problem is Merkel intent on saving the German exports of BMW’s and Mercedes to the US by giving in to Trump’s oppressive games. Once you give in to unrightful pressure, you lost your standpoint and your capacity to decide your own country’s fate.

Brokenspine66
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Brokenspine66

It doesn’t matter and Trumps threats are hollow and just posturing + PR for his domestic base, most cars from German manufacturers sold in the US are ‘Made in USA’ only 3-4% are imported from Germany, that are some sorts of High-End cars, the potential buyers of those cars don’t care about some extra tariffs.

Regula
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Regula

The US bases create jobs and income and the US relies that Merkel will never dare to make the necessary changes to replace these jobs with ones in a free economy. Selling out sovereignty for a few jobs is capitulation. And Merkel clearly capitulated.

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