NATO’s ‘Generalplan Ost’
July 15, 2022 (EIRNS)—French President Emmanuel Macron says that he doesn’t want the war in Ukraine to “morph” into a wider war, but neither is he seeking an end to it. “We would like to stop the war without joining it. We do not want a global war and a geographical spillover of this conflict to other regions,” he said in an interview with France 2 and TF1 TV channels on July 14, reported TASS. “We need to be ready for this conflict to be a long one. A particularly difficult period will be in the summer and in the beginning of autumn. Yet, France still intends to provide economic and military support to Ukraine.”
What continued Western support of the Kiev regime means was shown by Yulia Zhdanova, an adviser to the Russian delegation at the Vienna talks on military security and arms control, who told a meeting of the OSCE that Western states do everything to prevent Kiev from engaging in a peace process. “It is time for our colleagues to decide what they really want to achieve: talks or Ukraine’s victory ‘on the battlefield.’ So far, they have been doing everything to prevent Kiev from engaging in a peace process, pumping it with Western weapons that are then being used to shell cities and exterminate civilian populations. We observe the latter daily, and we cannot tolerate that,” she said, reported TASS.
She pointed out that the collective West, which initiated and escalated the conflict in Ukraine to the limit, continues its course toward confrontation with Moscow. In particular, Zhdanova pointed to the statement made by Paul Massaro, advisor to the U.S. Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, who said that Ukraine should be allowed to strike Belarus and Russia. “After that, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock expressed her regret in an interview for Der Spiegel on July 10 that the West is unable to militarily interfere in Ukraine. Former President of Poland Lech Walesa called to split our country and reduce its population to one-third of its size: Apparently, he was inspired by the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe briefing on ‘decolonization’ of our country. This is not the first time that provocative calls to reduce Russia’s population, including Generalplan Ost, come from Europe,” she remarked. Generalplan Ost was the Nazi plan for killing off the Slavic populations in Third Reich-occupied lands during World War II and replacing them with ethnic Germans.