German Ruler Says Children Need To Be “Prepared For War”

by Vern Evans

German education Minister Bettina Stark-Watzinger says that children need to be “prepared for war” in order to foster “resilience.” On Saturday Stark-Watzinger said that military officers should visit schools to build “relaxed” relations with students.

She claims that more exposure to tyranny will help indoctrinate children into a war-based mindset. She also said kids should be taught what to do in the event of conflict and suggested introducing “civil defense” drills in schools so that youngsters will be prepared for the years ahead, according to a report by RT. 

But she doesn’t was just children to be prepared for war. All people should be. “Society as a whole must prepare well for crises, from a pandemic to natural disasters to war. Civil defense is immensely important, and it also belongs in schools. The goal must be to strengthen our resilience,” Stark-Watzinger said in an interview with the Funke media group.

Stark-Watzinger  isn’t the only ruler trying to convince the public to get ready for war. President of the German Teachers’ Association, Stefan Dull, told Bild last week that the education minister’s proposal “makes sense.”

“I expect the federal minister to now seek discussions with the education ministers in the federal states,” Dull said, adding that a “declaration of intent is not enough – politics lessons now have to teach about the war in Ukraine and the pan-European, even global threat situation.”

Back in February, German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius claimed in an interview with Bloomberg that Russia may attack NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) “in five to eight years.”  German chief of defense, General Carsten Breuer, also highlighted the “paramount” importance of making the country’s military ready within the next five years. “We call this Kriegstuchtigkeit – being ready, capable, and willing to fight. We are on the right track,” he declared.

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