Let my people go, by Dr.Bernhard Seitz in Germany

This letter was received as part of the original Saker appeal to the Ukrainians to stop the war. If you would like to join the International appeal then please send us your short appeals to editor@vineyardsaker.ru.

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“Let my people go,
Oppress’d so hard they could not stand,
Let my People go.”

The peoples of Europe are suppressed. Don’t fool yourself that living in the EU is good. It is not. The living standard of the average German has fallen in the last 15 years. The living standards of the Greeks, the Spanish and many others have been smashed. The EU is an instrument for the exploitation of the average people to the benefit of the few. And this is why your Oligarchs want you to be in the EU: To institutionalize your suffering and exploitation.

For me, as a German with strong liberal views, it is hard to say this, but it is true: The hope for a better Europe today comes from the East.

If Ukraine goes to the West, it will go into the sunset of a declining part of the world.

If you go East, you will go into the sunrise of a rich and prosperous commonwealth.

I wished we in Germany would have the choice that you have.

Make your choice wisely.

Dr. Bernhard Seitz
Stuttgart
Germany

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2 thoughts on “Let my people go, by Dr.Bernhard Seitz in Germany”

  1. Dear Dr. Seitz,
    Are you or someone in your family THE Bernhard Seitz that contributed the photo on page 79 of the HEILBRONN book by Uwe Jacobi? This is a photo taken in Heilbronn on the 27 Sept. 1944 – BOMBENKARLE.
    My husband is writing a book about that terrible time and it would be wonderful if he could speak with someone who has that photograph.
    Looking forward to your response.
    Thank you.

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