Germany's Scholz says G7 to discuss 'Marshall plan' for Ukraine


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Empty rhetoric. You can't have a Marshall plan when you are sending all your money to Russia Mr Scholz. Have you taken back the land you gave Russia for the Nord2 landing site?

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Another dumb idea.

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Wishful thinking

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Give the Ukrainians whatever they need, Remember, Putin thinks he’s Peter the Great, so you know who’s next.

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Ridiculous !

Could you wait until the war is over before announcing your pipe dream

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Like Europe then, “Ukraine today needs a Marshall plan for its rebuilding,” Scholz said — referring to the U.S.-sponsored plan that helped revive European economies after WWII.

While I'm in favor of a Marshall Plan, I continue to be astonished at how few people understand what was required for those nations receiving "assistance" under the Plan. It established the number of hours every able person was required to work. It put into leadership positions those people who were most instrumental in industry before and during the war. These, and other rules, were possible because Germany had unconditionally surrendered. It was more than U.S. capital being a "catalyst". It was called the Marshall Plan after the general who was FDR's Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army, who drew up the plan, and was administered without corruption.

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The key word is recovery, and Ukraine is being hammered right now by a far bigger foe. They need all the help they can get right now, not later.

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So they will rebuild Russian occupied Ukraine?

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I was thinking more along the lines of Ukraine occupied Ukraine.

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