Letter to the Editor

by Willy Wimmer, former State Secretary in the German Ministry of Defence

According to former German Defence Minister Peter Struck, Germany’s “security is defended also at the Hindukush”. Remarks of this kind allow no other conclusion than that only a person able to fit effortlessly into American preparations of global war plans can take over this office in Germany. The consequences of this prattle: over 10 billion euros wasted in the deserts of Afghanistan. Our country and its people lack this money as we lack the billions devoured every year by the illegal Merkel-influx from other parts of the world, also because NATO seems to be unable to stop flattening other countries with bombs.

But it is not just about the money for the pointless and brought-about-by-lies war in Afghanistan. The Taliban, a gang formed by Americans, are about to take power. If the Americans think of themselves first and foremost, as is to be expected, then the Bundeswehr will not be pulled out over the air route. Today even Azerbaijan is allegedly closing its airspace for German airplanes flying to Afghanistan. So one can only hope that the bridge at Termez between Afghanistan and Uzbekistan is still intact and that the German soldiers will wrestle through or be rescued by the Russian army. The fact that German soldiers gave their lives all in vain in this war, which only came about because of a lot of lies, must be considered as the worst of everything that happened.
We should, however, make ourselves familiar with the fact that it is not only a question of this war deployment with the terrible wholesale crimes committed by Americans and their local allies at the beginning of the war. The German troops are located in the immediate vicinity of the greatest source of conflict we are dealing with, and which in this region is to be linked to the countries of China and the USA. It is about the Chinese province of Xinjiang with its almost imperial capital Ürümqi, centre of the Uighurs and other Turkic peoples. There are a growing number of reports in the international “network press” about what the Chinese government is doing to the citizens belonging to the local majority. If reporting was about people, human beings, one would, politically speaking, have to raise one’s hat. But is this really the concern? That can and must be doubted, because these circumstances are being instrumentalised in the Western sense. Thirty years ago, with the dissolution of the Soviet Union, there was, at China’s western border, a threat of war on a global scale. The Tian Shan Mountains virtually divide the settlement areas of those Turkic peoples. To the west of the mountains, they were able to create their nation states in the form of Kazakhstan etc., and they continued to be under Chinese rule in the east. The newly created states were faced with the question whether, by way of introducing a policy of “Heim-ins-Reich” for their compatriots under Chinese rule, they should initiate the great war, or whether they should have a try at peace, compromise and cooperation.
This task fell to the unusually skilful Kazakh President Naserbajev, who attended to it using the structural principles of the CSCE, which had only just literally worked wonders in Europe.
I was able to be present at all the preparatory talks for a CSCE Asia, and to learn first-hand about the obstructionist policy which the United States applied to try and prevent a peace-making organisation of the CSCE type being created in that part of the world. Nevertheless, the resulting “Shanghai Cooperation Organisation” is today the largest and most effective regional security organisation under the auspices of the UN, notabene a UN that adheres to its own set of rules and does not attempt to plan any overthrow by means of global migration. The change of power in Kazakhstan a few weeks ago, from President Naserbajev to President Tokaijev, made it clear that Kazakhstan continues to feel committed to these considerations. It was an experience for me to witness the clever diplomat Tokaijev in the years of the aforementioned preparatory conference for the Shanghai Cooperation; and in practice this organisation can confidently be described as his diplomatic masterpiece. It is no wonder that the BBC and others have targeted him because of alleged electoral circumstances, as he thwarts the Anglo-Saxon game. And China is on its guard after demonstrators having waved British colonial flags in parliament for the whole world to see. Like Russia, China knows about Anglo-Saxon plans to split their country, known today as China, into eight new states.
One can conclude that, as China intensifies the “Silk Road Project” on the Euro-Asian continent, there will be more and more attempts to put a spoke in the wheels of China and the Shanghai Cooperation.
It was a long time ago that there were German researchers among the “white devils on the Silk Road”, and that they were able to contribute to an independent assessment of the situation in Berlin. Today, Berlin thinking comes ready-made from Brussels and Washington.    •
(Translation Current Concerns)

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