GERMANY: “NO, SORRY, BUSY THAT DAY, TRY AGAIN LATER… HAVE ...

It's almost comical to watch the current state of global geopolitics during the "Brandonenko" era, because it's now almost to the point that almost any old excuse will do to not talk to American leadership. L.G.L.R. spotted this story, and were the subject matter not so  serious, I'd be inclined to laugh:

German chancellor snubs Biden – Der Spiegel Olaf Scholz turned down the US president’s call for talks due to a busy schedule, German media claims

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has reportedly turned down an invitation for talks sent by US President Joe Biden at short notice. According to Der Spiegel, Scholz cited a busy schedule as the reason why he could not discuss the situation around Ukraine with his counterpart in Washington.

The German leader had arranged an official visit to Spain by the time the invitation from the White House reached him, the outlet said on Friday. Furthermore, Scholz is allegedly eager to spend more time in Germany as the country grapples with the Omicron Covid-19 variant. The two sides are now reportedly working to arrange a bilateral meeting before mid-February.

"Ahhh... what's that? Summit talks on the Ukraine?  Uhm... nein, I'm afraid the Bundeskanzler is busy that day with a field trip to Spain and a picnic at the Prado and we're up to our Kartoffelsuppe with covid. Maybe check back with us in a month or so...."

If you think this less-than-artful-dodge by the new German Chancellor does not appear to be a one-off, think again, for the former head of the German navy, Vice-Admiral Kay-Achim Schoenbach recently was forced to resign over comments he made about Russia and the Ukraine:

German navy chief resigns over Ukraine crisis remarks: ministry

According to the article, the admiral pulled no punches:

The head of Germany’s navy has resigned following controversial remarks on the crisis in Ukraine, a defence minstry spokesman said on Saturday.

Kay-Achim Schoenbach said the idea that Russia wanted to invade Ukraine was “nonsense”, adding that Putin deserved respect, in comments at a think-tank meeting in New Delhi on Friday.

The vice-admiral would leave his post “with immediate effect” the spokesman told AFP.

In a video filmed at the New Delhi meeting, Schoenbach said that what Putin wanted was “to be respected”.

“It’s easy to give him the respect he wants, and probably deserves as well,” he said.

He also said that the Crimean peninsula, which Russia annexed from Ukraine in 2014, was gone and would not come back to Ukraine.

On Saturday, Schoenbach made it clear that his comments did not represent the government’s view and had been ill-advised.

“There is no need to quibble: it was clearly a mistake,” he tweeted.

In a statement later Saturday, he said he had submitted his resignation “to avoid any more damage being done to the Germany navy and above all, to the German Federal Republic”.

Earlier Saturday, the Ukrainian foreign minister had summoned Germany’s ambassador to Kyiv to protest “the categorical unacceptability” of Schoenbach’s comments.

I don't know about you, but I get the strong impression that Admiral Schoenbach was used to make a statement in a fall-on-your-sword type of gesture; he can interpret those pictures of Russian build-ups in camps just as easily as anyone else: camps are not the same thing as forward deployments for invasions. Loose cannon have their uses, especially when they appear to be backing up a larger though unofficial narrative. "Sorry, we're busy, heading to Spain; sorry about what our admiral said but his fingers were crossed he wasn't speaking officially for us..."

And then there's this:

Germany blocks NATO ally Estonia from giving military support to Ukraine as it faces a possible Russian invasion: report

I don't know about you, but it seems clear that there are deep fissures within NATO, and that the premier European power simply is not going to buy the "impending Russian invasion of the Ukraine" narrative, at least, not without some major concessions and enticements, which it has yet to spell out. Even then, they may not be enough to stabilize what was once a taken-for-granted feature of the alliance; after all, Germany has much more to gain over the long term from a stable relationship with Russia than anything America has to offer. What America has to offer is simply more of the same, more wars, more broken agreements, &c. What Russia has to offer are markets, energy, and possibilities for cooperation and trade on a multitude of fronts.

Herr Scholz will probably eventually return that call, and maybe even clear his schedule. Perhaps Berlin and Swampington will even work up to a "joint declaration" and some very stern finger-wagging. But the real messages from Germany have already been sent, and it's those messages in my opinion, and not any future finger-wagging, that are the ones to pay attention to.

See you on the flip side...

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

3 Comments

  1. bassman on January 30, 2022 at 10:29 am

    Up until recently the Davos crowd to the majority of Earth’s humans was “the Illuminati” and discussing anything about their nefarious plans was a “Conspiracy Theory”. With more and more humans waking up to what Globalism actually entails, I suspect that we are going to see more and more persons like Kay-Achim Schoenbach pushing back publicly on the Globalist agenda. Otherwise at some point their angry populations are going to take matters into their own hands.



  2. DownunderET on January 27, 2022 at 8:46 pm

    Talk about flogging a dead horse, this farce that those nasty Russians are going to invade The Ukraine is laughable, they have absolutely no intention of invading, but no, good old NATO are beating the war drums. And the media wont leave it alone, every day 10,000 Russian are massing on the border, well phooey, to use an old expression GET OVER IT. Now to Washington DC, once again the politicians are in it up to their necks, and the BS flows like a torrent, well the good old American taxpayer is paying for troops being put on alert, sending missies and everything else they can send to get this……..drum roll help the Ukraine beat off the threat, meanwhile in Kiev…..ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ



    • anakephalaiosis on January 28, 2022 at 3:54 am

      Russian humor. Grandstand, with picnic at the border, is stationary parade, showing off.

      It impresses the ladies across the border.

      Chamane (1996):
      https://youtu.be/9dfmEWIXrIs



  3. Zorost on January 27, 2022 at 2:26 pm

    The admiral being forced to resign shows that his views are not what the elites want to push. I’ve heard for a long time that Germany has a hidden split between globalists like Merkel and nationalists. By saying he didn’t think Russia was a threat the admiral had identified himself as one of the nationalists. The globalist Germans might want to crush nationalist Russia, but not at the cost of ruining their own powerbase, Germany. Which sounds contradictory, but only ideologically. When ideology comes into conflict with selfish interest, the selfish interest almost always wins.



    • anakephalaiosis on January 28, 2022 at 2:41 am

      National socialism endorsed Nordic runes, as mere decoration, whereas the Runes themselves are a distinct ideology, that is much older, coming out of Israelite Genesis.

      The ideology of the Runes is based on geometry, and was developed during a thousand years of tin trade, between Jerusalem and Britain.

      Because of the Assyrian deportation, the Israelites became Scythian Sakas, the mounted archery on the steppe, who ventured into Europe as Saxons.

      Rottenchild Moloch wants to keep his noodle safe, from Scythian decapitation, be it Saxon or Cossack.

      https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/k9ho64syeyx8g6x/looney-tunes5.jpg



  4. DanaThomas on January 27, 2022 at 1:48 pm

    All signs point to a German pushback, the Admiral’s resignation could have been on the cards, his role being to speak out against the warmongers; now the presentation of “Nato” as a monolithic organisation is patently inaccurate. Another episode indicating that this is probably comedy hour is the indignant rejection by the Ukrainians of “German aid” consisting in… a delivery of 5,000 helmets to Kiev.



    • anakephalaiosis on January 28, 2022 at 1:36 am

      Yes, it is comedy hour. Holy Grail is cranial cup, and helmet is symbol of cranium. It is an inside joke. We can easily behead, and be indifferent about it.

      We can even go full Scythian, and make goblets out of Assyrian noodles. We can dance jolly macabre with skeleton man. Death is an old friend.

      Rottenchild can’t get a patriotic war going, because nobody cares. Pedophile royals are hiding from exposure in fear. Politicians are hysterically facing gallows.

      Six million is a gas joke, about Jesuit Court Jew agents on Scandinavian thrones:

      https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/qqkaqnr6ac58bb9/six-million.pdf

      https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/guxh06kpqxxk2o9/looney-tunes3.jpg



  5. marcos toledo on January 26, 2022 at 7:58 pm

    Let us hope pray that this the death warrant for NATO HRE redux is should have been disbanded as the Wasaw Pac was. But the USA IS under administration of Brain-Dead Joe and Witless Harris so will the puppet masters behind the curtain please reveal themselves we the people would like to know who are running this circus.



    • anakephalaiosis on January 27, 2022 at 4:35 am

      Biden bug, the splash on the windshield, stole the election, and Europe ain’t buying, what the thief is selling. Dixi. Pronto.



  6. Richard on January 26, 2022 at 5:15 pm

    In one’s view, the moronic elitists of politics and their supporting minions have underestimated the Colonels. They would be Col. Qiao Liang, Col. Wang Xiangsui, and Col Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin. They play from the same Red Book and have jostled the itineraries of the globalists, especially, those of the presumptive west when it comes to “Un-Restricted Warfare.” Globalists might have the cash to travel but not the smarts to understand the nuances of frontlines the Colonel’s knew and still know quite well.

    Despite all the hype and holler of 2014 in the Black Sea surrounding that peninsula reclaimed in the name of the Russian Federation there were a lot of welcoming former Sovietszky’s to greet the Russians. Ukrainian diversity remains quite apparent, but that diverse population still has some not-so-fond memories of a darker past surprise attack they’ll not venture into again under any excuses diplomats propagandize. There’s a lot of former Sovietszky’s in that Donbas region, too, that do not abide by current western woke narratives and global non-sense from the elite.

    The once seaworthy Vice Admiral Kay-Achim Schönbach likely knows the Colonels play book from a different and informed vantage point that others do not. Especially, something more about how welcoming residents were on the Crimean Peninsula and how Ukrainian government would likely benefit more so if that Minsk Protocol was better implemented and adhered to. That former breadbasket still has great potential.

    The Admiral might be seen and heard as groveling on that twit thing but is also seems misrepresented by the ignorant. It’s also an easy signal to a midshipman that they would do well in reading between the lines. It is unwise to poke the Bear and Dragon in such close proximity of their claws.



    • Wu Wu on January 26, 2022 at 8:43 pm

      Like



    • anakephalaiosis on January 27, 2022 at 4:06 am

      Berserks don’t have any play books, nor do they grovel, like scared squaw skirts.

      A berserk means “bare shirt”, referring to Rambo warriors not wearing uniform.

      When German admirals go berserk, they say their say, like Rambo.

      NATO is prostitute. Everybody knows it. Rambo says, that USA is pîmp.



  7. Mr Sophistication on January 26, 2022 at 12:19 pm

    When dead Chinese dressed in Polish military uniforms mysteriously show up at an Ukrainian radio station outpost, only then will I believe war is upon us.



  8. Robert Barricklow on January 26, 2022 at 11:54 am

    Sorry, I have scheduled a foursome w/Russian diplomats; then will depart for vacation. But you could talk to one of my many agreement capable assistants.
    Their Vice Admiral made the mistake of speaking truths to ideological idiots.

    White Rabbit



  9. Barbara on January 26, 2022 at 11:02 am

    If we consider that Bundeswehr, is really not sovereign military power but entire command responds to NATO generals, the resignation of German admiral can be seen as the forced one. Germans are desperate for exports, and New Silk Road thru RU, UKR, Kazakhstan is a life blood to them. Pair that to a complete reliance of Germany on RU gas and oil, you can see that war on RU-UKR border is a nightmare for Germany. Will Germans continue voicing their discontent with sabre rattling Anglo-American Alliance? If they do, watch for more retaliation from US. This time me thinks, it is going to be a deployment of 10k sleeper cells in Deutsche Bank by CIA



    • anakephalaiosis on January 26, 2022 at 2:59 pm

      Russian, German and American brass are in perfect concord, against cowardly communism.

      Showing force is deterrent, making a stand. Russian border picnic is an act of solidarity, making a stand.

      At Alamo, a line was drawn in the sand, making a final stand, in dance with skeleton man.

      Soldiers don’t resign; they get relieved from post, or are released from duty.



  10. Billy Bob on January 26, 2022 at 10:50 am

    Wonder how the “Great Reset” is going?



    • InfiniteRUs on January 26, 2022 at 12:29 pm

      Moving right along in Canada, Austrailia, and New Zealand with little resistance. A lot of push back everywhere else.



      • TRM on January 26, 2022 at 11:19 pm

        11,000 trucks in a convoy 75 miles long will be rolling into Ottawa in the biggest protest the country has ever seen. Between 500,000 and 1 million other protestors are joining them there to shut the capital of Canada DOWN.

        Good on them.



  11. ragiza on January 26, 2022 at 10:02 am

    Preserving the wealth, power and security of the existing ultra-rich is probably the underlying motive for much of what’s going on.
    Regarding Russia: abundant natural resources; a very large geographic entity with few naturally defensible boundaries; numerous ethnic groups; numerous languages and cultures; a recent history which sowed fear and mistrust of central authority. It’s a real target for fragmentation and exploitation.
    The US episode in Afghanistan from the start with the false flag attack in New York, to the finish, which left a bunch of 14th century religious fanatics in control, is likely about a long term project of either taking control, or sowing chaos in the Eurasian heartland.
    How can Russia strike back without starting a war with an unpredictable course and outcome? Maybe by destabilizing the US economy through its bloated amount of currency in circulation which facilitates world trade, as the reserve currency? Why not?



  12. Michael UK on January 26, 2022 at 9:02 am

    This article argues that semiconductors are the key to the future of world geopolitics and warfare.
    https://www.rt.com/op-ed/547400-china-russia-us-semiconductor-chips/
    Also note that the USA is already building its own semiconductor manufacturing plants in Ohio and Texas due to severe supply shortages from China and worldwide demand far exceeding supply capacity. USA wants to no longer be heavily reliant on China for semiconductors.
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-60135905
    To sum up: the future of warfare looks to be based on high-tech like pulsed microwaves and EMF disruption to communications, machines, and transport systems jamming.

    It seems Joseph is correct with his hypothesis – to be future proof and to avoid digital destruction, there needs to be a return to Analogue resilience eg trains, communications, internal combustion engine.



    • J. Skuba on January 26, 2022 at 4:16 pm

      Techie-narcissists never consider that the world is always Analogue when speaking of the materium. Faith in Complexity of Systems operated by other systems in turn are controlled by yet other systems, the complexity makes them extremely vulnerable to human fat-finger screwups. EMP, Solar Flares, War, Sabotage, and the problems caused by unlimited stupidity. The notion of faith in “Smart” everything as a solution for problems of human society and ultimately Civilization, there will be pushback. The Davos clowns will ultimately fail in their quest for a slave class toiling along side robots. The clowns love their dream world written on paper (analogue). Love the Steam-punk mechanization digital operating systems. Time to put sand in the gear box.



  13. anakephalaiosis on January 26, 2022 at 6:26 am

    Politicians are running in hysteria, because royals are hiding in panic, because Rottenchild is enjoying senility.

    Their murky clouds on horizon is grassroots, with gallows mushrooming, and Russian border picnic is vodka with cheese.

    Siberian gas pipelines are filling European wine cellars, and Hollywood’s self-castration can’t get it up.

    Biden’s bug is splash on windshield.

    RUNIC REVOLUTION

    When ground down by Satanic mills,
    Hobbits out of hallowed hills,
    foot step around
    spellbound,
    answering to higher calls.

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/zetw3hgysdzhzr7/runic-revolution.mp4



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