German minister quits in Afghan massacre scandal


This video is about German Minister Jung and the Afghan civilian massacre scandal.

It says about itself:

Satire! They just played Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2.

Breaking news from the BBC:

German minister Franz Josef Jung resigns over raid

Germany’s Labour Minister Franz Josef Jung has resigned amid allegations of a cover-up relating to a deadly Nato air strike in Afghanistan.

Mr Jung was defence minister when a strike was ordered on 4 September by a German commander on two fuel tankers hijacked by Taliban militants.

But dozens of civilians were also killed in the attack, which happened in the northern province of Kunduz.

Mr Jung had repeatedly denied civilians were killed in the attack.

See also here.

Former defence minister Franz Josef Jung (CDU) resigned at the end of last week from his present government post as employment minister, paying the price for the lies used to hush up the Kunduz massacre: here.

After over six decades as a nominally defensive force, the German military is once again claiming the right to kill the inhabitants of other countries with impunity. In view of Germany’s history, such a change does not take place without creating tensions and upheavals: here.

Controversy surrounds the appointment of Erika Steinbach, president of the League of Displaced Persons (BdV), to the Board of the official state foundation “Flight, Expulsion, Reconciliation”. The dispute serves as a catalyst for the mobilization of the right wing of the Christian Democratic Union/Christian Social Union (CDU/CSU): here.

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