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“Manifesto for Peace”: AfD leadership not present at Wagenknecht-Schwarzer rally

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Sahra Wagenknecht and Alice Schwarzer see the world on a “slide” into nuclear war and together demand an end to arms deliveries. Approval also comes from an undesirable corner.

AfD leaders Tino Chrupalla and Alice Weidel and their deputies will not take part in the peace demonstration in Berlin planned by left-wing politician Sahra Wagenknecht and feminist Alice Schwarzer on Saturday. This was announced by an AfD spokesman on request. There is no special reason.

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Wagenknecht and Schwarzer published a “Manifesto for Peace” in which they warn of an escalation in the Ukraine war, call for compromises “on both sides” and call on Chancellor Olaf Scholz to “stop the escalation in arms deliveries”. In addition, both called for a rally at the Brandenburg Gate for this Saturday afternoon.

Linkenspitze criticizes the demo call

According to Chrupalla, he signed the document. “When working for peace, party borders shouldn’t be barriers,” he said. Wagenknecht and Schwarzer were accused of not clearly distinguishing themselves from the right and the AfD. That’s why the party leadership of the left criticized the call for demonstrations.

According to a count on the “change.org” website, around 600,000 people have already signed their approval of Wagenknecht’s and Schwarzer’s “Manifesto”. The document has been the subject of much discussion since publication. The authors knew exactly what would happen if the arms deliveries stopped and would accept it with approval, military expert Carlo Masala from the University of the German Armed Forces in Munich wrote on Twitter. Ultimately, “you throw Ukraine under the bus,” he said on the ARD program “Maischberger.”

Source: Stern

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