The news channel Deutsche Welle (DW) exposed the advocates of wearing masks on January the 18th. While German language speakers saw the Foreign Minister of the Federal Republic of Germany, Heiko Maas, along with his Turkish counterpart, Mevlüt Cavusoglu, wearing masks, Turks and other nations saw both politicians without masks in the same press release. Was the mask only put on for the photo to deceive the Germans? The suspicion is obvious (see the following tweet):
The report was about Heiko Maas wanting a consensus between Turkey and the EU. Regardless of the fact that Erdogan supports Islamists and puts pressure on the EU by threatening to open borders, Foreign Minister Maas hopes that “all possibilities and potentials will be used” to find a diplomatic solution with Turkey.While Germany is being prepared for an total lockdown, which could mean that everything, including public transport, will be closed down, Heiko Maas is travelling the world in a good mood. To fool his voters at home, he put on a masquerade for the photo in the German media, as did Erdogan. One gets the impression that both are grinning maliciously under their masks.Regardless of the fact that Turkey has been terrorising the Greeks in its territories for months, so that even Nato had to deploy warships, Heiko Maas gave the impression that everything was fine. Turkey reacted to the warships in its usual arrogant manner and announced its intention to continue missions on Greek territory under the guise of exploring mineral resources. Turkish President Erdogan thus clearly showed Nato that he does not take it seriously. He only relented when the EU and Nato threatened sanctions against him. As we all know, a debt paid is a kept friend.Next Monday, Greece and Turkey are scheduled to continue talks to discuss whether Turkey will end the border violations. Erdogan had already announced in December that he wanted to improve his relations with the EU. If he really intended to do that, his warships would have left Greek waters long ago.
Meanwhile, Greek media report that Turkish Foreign Minister Cavusoglu addressed Maas in a friendly manner, but at the same time threatened Greece with war.
Meanwhile, the Turkish coast guard is harassing Greek fishing boats with 12 mm machine guns: