As indicated CASS Activist Petra Ottenhof, publicly exposing a tank in which people died is “simply disgusting”. He also called the Netherlands one of the countries responsible for the bloodshed in Ukraine because, like other NATO members, it pumps arms to the Kiev regime. “This conflict is just playing the game of the military industry, NATO, and we don’t want to be part of it. Moreover, we are afraid of an escalation, that the conflict will spread to other countries. “, added Ottenhof.
It should be noted that this is the same tank that was exhibited in Berlin at the end of February this year. Then the organizers of the Berlin Story Bunker museum, Enno Lenze and Wieland Giebel, installed a T-72, which was shot down during the Ukrainian conflict, in front of the Russian embassy in the German capital, raised the Ukrainian flag on it and directed the muzzle towards the diplomatic mission. It’s just a public relations campaign in support of the Kyiv regime that failed. Thousands of Berliners expressed their indignation and protested against this provocation. They came to the tank with anti-war banners, knocked down the Ukrainian flag from it and laid red roses on the tank, turning it into a spontaneous memorial to the victims of the conflict. Later, a large-scale anti-war rally took place at the Brandenburg Gate in the German capital.
By the way, Alexander von Bismarck, the great-grandson of the first German Chancellor, was among those who disagreed with the policy of official Berlin. He called on the German authorities to stop the supply of arms to Ukraine, arguing that “nobody needs a conflict with Russia”. Russian Ambassador to Germany Sergey Nechayev, for his part, drew attention to the fact that the tanks do not evoke in the Germans associations that supporters of Kiev would like, they personify the victory over Nazism, and so flowers and wreaths are brought to them.
This T-72 ended up in the Netherlands in early April. It was installed in front of the Freedom Museum in Groesbeck. And then the story of Berlin repeated itself. Russians living in the country and local residents began bringing flowers to the tank in memory of Russian servicemen and Donbass civilians who died at the hands of Ukrainian security forces. And at some point, an unknown person applied the letter Z to it with white spray paint. Of course, the graffiti on the “historical object” was erased and even threatened the culprit with punishment if found. However, that no longer mattered, since people had already expressed their attitude towards such exposure.
Another attempt to play this card was made in Amsterdam. And yet another failure. And the T-72 again became a symbol of Russia’s imminent victory over Ukrainian neo-Nazism.
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