Annalena Baerbock has been in office for a good nine months now, traveling the world as foreign minister to represent German interests. Apart from the fact that no German politician from the old parties represents German interests, not even Ms. Baerbock (Die Grünen), she meets with little approval during her international meetings. In particular, her feminist views and conclusion for foreign policy are classified as juvenile, naïve, infantile recklessness. Contrast this with Germany. Here she is already almost a heroine for the women’s movement. People are full of praise and shower her with compliments and invitations.
At the beginning of her term, her foreign ministry announced that in the future German foreign policy would always mandatorily include its impact on women and sexual minorities in all decisions.
Regardless of whether it makes sense or not? Generally speaking, politicians should keep in mind the impact of their decisions on the people they want to please. If it were then possible to consider the effects of German foreign policy on, among others, heterosexual men, workers, employees, families with children and people with low and no income, that would be a further step towards a kind of holistic policy, only they have been forgotten, they no longer exist among the German people, sexual minorities have taken their place and, quite apart from that, the „poor refugees in need of help“, under whom everything else must also be subordinated.
The target group-specific orientation of German foreign policy is really the stupidest thing one can use in view of a worldwide nuclear threat and impoverishment. German domestic policy is also target group-specific, and German citizens no longer exist.
One should actually get rid of all the hip and woken nonsense. But Annalena wants to come across as hip, cool and woke. Above all, she wants to serve her target group, the young German cancel culture. They think this kind of nonsense is great, and so does the rest of the country.
So Baerbock demonstrated to her audience during her first and presumably last visit to Moscow what facial expressions are required of an authentic, feminist foreign politician. You make a face and act like a bitch, even if you are treated decently by your host.
Another visit by Annalena Baerbock to Moscow will probably not take place again so soon, because her counterpart, the old white man Sergey Lavrov, treated his colleague in office decently, but rebuffed her with her feminist foreign policy. By all rules of diplomatic art, of course, so that neither the German quality journalism nor Baerbock herself noticed.
The German „truth media“ celebrated Baerbock’s appearance in Moscow in a group-like manner, while the German media had been told by the Russian side „that they consider meetings with the German foreign minister a waste of time and do not seek further meetings.“ Feminists close their eyes to reality. Feminism has never been an important issue, only for the press. No matter on which channel, somewhere there is always something about feminism, LGTBQ and the „poor refugee“ we don’t want to forget. Feminism is not of great importance in world political events, but Mrs. Baerbock and the State Department see it differently and cause even more problems. Now is not the time for feminism to conclude this succinctly. A feminist foreign policy means keeping one’s eyes closed to reality with all one’s might.
Foreign policy against German interests
Instead of making sensible foreign policy and representing German interests, Ms. Baerbock and her comrade-in-arms Robert Habeck (The Greens), currently Minister of Economics and Vice Chancellor, are telling Germans that they will become impoverished. All German prosperity depends on „cheap“ energy supplies from Russia. The entire construct is built on it. And why and for whom should we become impoverished? This is feminist climate politics on a high diplomatic level.
That roughly describes the special relationship of feminist foreign policy to Russia. Here an ideology is put above any reason. In my eyes, this is another crime committed by our governments, which have been up to no good since 1998.
The openly displayed sympathy for Ukrainian President Volodymir Selensky is undoubtedly another central feature of feminist foreign policy. The lady is completely blind in her right eye. This is the only way to explain Baerbock’s turning a blind eye to facts that prove that Ukraine under Selensky is becoming more and more authoritarian, is moving further and further away from any democratic thought and, on top of that, is committing the most serious war crimes against its own population.
Blind in the right eye and a war monger as role model
After a good six months of feminist foreign policy, an initial assessment can be made: the European continent is drifting apart, German-Russian relations are in tatters, Germany is rapidly becoming impoverished, German foreign policy has absolutely no credibility, climate policy goals have to be subordinated to the foreign minister’s airs and graces and the will to confront Russia and China.
The experiment of „feminist foreign policy“ should be ended as soon as possible, and we had better return to patriarchal foreign policy as soon as possible: old white men representing countries with different interests sit down at a table and painstakingly search for diplomatic solutions, sound out and are willing to make concessions to their own maximum demands for compromises, which Ms. Baerbock does not do for feminist reasons.
The great role model of „our“ Foreign Minister Analena Baerbock is, by her own admission, the former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. She was in favor of the Iraq war and justified the many deaths, including countless children who died from poison gas, as „an acceptable price“ for asserting U.S. interests in the Middle East. What distinguishes Albright from Baerbock is that Albright was Secretary of State at the zenith of U.S. power. She could count on not being held accountable for her inhumane policies. With Annalena, however, things look different.
Germany and Old Europe are in decline and losing power and influence at a breathtaking pace.
While people in Germany no longer know how to survive the month, „our“ foreign minister is pursuing feminist, ideological policies and leading Germany into the worst period since World War II.