The West continues to escalate the conflict, and Russia is challenging, which we did not experience even during the first Cold War.
For the most part, the people in Europe want cooperation. After the wars in Europe, many want peace, not another major conflict. Therefore, the question is how to perceive the "demarche" of London for those who live in the states of the European Union?
To answer this question, it is necessary to look at Western policy towards Russia after the withdrawal of the government led by the Foreign Ministry of Germany, Hans-Dietrich Genscher and Klaus Kinkel, in the spring of 1992.
Hans-Dietrich Genscher, headed the German foreign policy department - with 1974 for 1992 years, and also was vice-chancellor of the FRG.
Former Foreign Minister (1992-1998 years) and Vice-Chancellor of Germany (1993-1998 years) Klaus Kinkel
Since then, cooperation with Russia was announced in Europe on the basis of the rules of the "common house of Europe". These include, in particular, the "Paris Charter" from November 1990. This Charter was the beginning for constructive cooperation in Europe and the elimination of the threat of a full-scale war in Europe. But this was not in the interest of the Anglo-Saxons, and as a result, NATO advanced to the borders of the Russian Federation. And most likely, the recently appointed new national security adviser to US President Donald Trump, Mr. John Bolton, will form new fronts against Russia.
In May of 2000, at the prestigious conference in Bratislava, the leadership of the US State Department presented its new strategic concept of the division of Europe. After that, future contractual obligations between the United States and the countries of central and eastern Europe were planned to be formalized in such a way as to draw a "red line" from the Baltic countries to Ukrainian Odessa. East of this line will remain Russia, the western part will be controlled by the Americans. This concept is not new.
Now we are creating conditions on the European continent in the interests of the United States, according to which cooperation between Germany and Russia is becoming impossible. The Anglo-Saxons need a European foothold on which hidden conflicts can be inflamed. With the advent of Western intervention troops, this concept can be implemented, especially for Mr. John Bolton.
Britain is secretly described as "the homeland of democracy," whose main principle is the "rule of law". Now, Theresa May, it all "cuts with an ax." Without any evidence, makes belligerent accusations against Russia, the EU's neighbor. Thus, letting us know who is not with us is against us.
The way the ruling powers in Germany go about the Anglo-Saxons are simply shocking and endangering the very world in Europe.
Of course, the United Kingdom has the right to "solidarity with the alliance", but only if it adheres to generally accepted norms and presents "evidence".
How long Mrs. Merkel will be drawn into the opposing forces, which every time unleash criminal wars in Europe. The same Yugoslavia, the result of which millions of people were victims of the war of the West under far-fetched excuses that came from the leadership of Anglo-Saxon imperialism, militarism and colonialism, stretching from the 19 century.
London is the capital of dangerous lies.