Soldier From Germany (NATO) -- Bearing Arms -- Caught on TV in Severodonetsk, Ukraine
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It has long been rumored that NATO already has active duty military troops from NATO countries, inside Ukraine ACTUALLY ENGAGED IN COMBAT against Russia. NATO says they are only "training" Ukrainian forces. So why is this German soldier bearing arms in Severodonetsk?
Ukraine, Columbia, Venezuela….different US agencies are aware, occasionally get involved….evil truly does roam the earth.
No German weapons.
The Flagg looks like polish white and red. Partially covered on the upper part by a flap or something.
Isn't the German Flagg.
Look closely, don't jump to conclusions.
Explain that one, Brandon
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1. Fox News has proven unreliable overall… controlled opposition?
2. Even though broadcast yesterday no definitive time stamp on video taken. Could be from anywhere at any time.
3. Double pixelization of image (once for video and once for TV broadcast) makes it blurry when blown up for close examination. Does not show conclusively these markings are a flag.
Conclusion… although interesting, and could be true, not enough evidence from this one screenshot to reach the conclusion this is definitely a German soldier fighting in Ukraine.
Bingo. What's more likely:
a) an intrepid Fox news reporter went to Severodonetsk and captured footage of a secret German soldier (openly wearing German insignia), or
b) Fox tried to pass of stock footage from a 'press invite' drill as 'combat footage'..........again....
Who cares when it was broadcast, nothing on the video says when it was recorded. This is all propaganda.
It's only "propaganda" if you are in total denial that Germany is NOT clandestinely supporting a war against Russia.
There is a proxy war happening for sure, however this clip doesn't prove anything. We don't even know if that person is still an active member of their nation's military..
You would have to actually catch one of them to determine which country he came from. I hope they will do that.
You're scaring the children! :-D
Yes, that is a German (and American) helmet.
Closer? It's already here, just that the beginning is slower gaing momentum than previous ones.