Germany is heading for a presidential election in September this year. Angela Merkel, the incumbent president is facing German Social Democrat (SPD) candidate Martin Schultz during the coming election.
Merkel is hosting a summit of leaders from 20 Greedy Nations (G20) in Hamburg on July 7-8, 20117. Ahead of that summit, she is also hosting a meeting of the European leaders who will take part in the summit later on Thursday at the chancellery in Berlin. “We cannot expect easy discussions on climate change at the G20 summit. Our differences with the US are clear,” said Merkel.
Earlier, Donald Trump had blasted Germany for not living up to its NATO contribution, as well as pressing for trade equity between the two nations when it comes to automobile exports.
On the weekend, Schultz slammed Merkel for not standing up to US president Trump.
“Should we be making concessions to Trump, Erdogan and Putin? NO,” said Schultz.
Germany’s powerful Jewish Lobby (Israel-German Congress) has thrown its weight behind Angela Merkel, who is the most popular European leader in Israel.
Martin Schultz (Jew), former president European Parliament was hooted by several Israeli Knesset members in February 2014 over mentioning Jewish water racism against Palestinian. After tirelessly reiterating his commitment to the Zionist entity and promising that a boycott of it will never take place. But he did make the antisemitic statement by mentioning: “The Palestinians in the West Bank don’t have the same access to water as Israelis.”
Zionist racist MKs refused to accept the truth that Schultz was representing the European Union and was not German Chancellor, US president, French president or British prime minister David Cameron or Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper for that matter, ready to suck Netanyahu’s bottom.
On February 14, 2014, Martin Schultz in an Op-Ed for Israeli newspaper Ha’aretz said: For me the new Germany exists only in order to ensure the existence of the state of Israel and the Jewish people.
In November 2015, as president of the European Parliament Martin Schultz during his meeting with Iranian president Hassan Rouhani in Tehran praised Iran’s efforts to bring stability in the region.