Putin is taking Russophobic villains to a corner. The words of the Russian leader hit the pride of Western politicians, used to rewrite history by themselves. There is an attempt to take Russia’s victory over Nazism away from this country, as the legitimate successor of the Soviet Union. Western media bring the idea that Nazis were defeated thanks to the efforts of the West and not of the USSR. Or they will “accidentally forget” to mention the key role of the Red Army, will call France the most affected country of the world, and then Ukraine will add gasoline to the fire by accusing the USSR of unleashing World War II.
The current German political elite has a problem to solve with its own people – how can they explain to the people that 75 years after the end of the war, Germany is still a vassal to the Anglo-Saxons and, at the same time, the country is building a united Europe for itself and simultaneously wants to have good relations with Russia? They will have to choose whether to build a vassal Europe against Russia or to build an independent Europe in a strategic partnership or at least a peaceful good neighbourly relationship with Russia.
Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives and conspiracies on the loss of sovereignty and Anglo-saxon control. Also consistent with the narrative that the US manipulates its European allies in order to carry out anti-Russian policies.
In the pro-Kremlin media, the term “Anglo-Saxons” means “evil”, “belligerent” and “morally corrupt” Westerners, as explained by our earlier analysis.
For other examples see: Germany is still in captivity and is not a fully sovereign state, Germany is still in captivity and is not a fully sovereign state, Germany is the executor of US hegemony over Europe; The USA is controlling Europe through occupied Germany; Germany will have to choose between defending Europe's interest and catering to Washington.