Will Germany to Nuke South Korea, Eliminated From FIFA World Cup
Brief Outline: German president Frank-Walter Steinmeier, “especially losing to a loser country like Korea, we must act immediately, even if it means nuclear attacks”, finished Walter
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Hours after Germany was eliminated by South Korea from the FIFA World Cup in the group stages, it is being reported that German authorities are discussing a nuclear attack on South Korea.
According to reports, Germany leaders are discussing whether they should attack South Korea with nuclear weapons or not. Germany was eliminated from the FIFA World Cup today and will not make it past the group stage, which is shocking considering they hoisted the World Cup in 2014 in Brazil. Germans could simply not handle the embarrassment and are looking to punish South Korea.
“We cannot accept this” says German president Frank-Walter Steinmeier, “especially losing to a loser country like Korea, we must act immediately, even if it means nuclear attacks”, finished Walter.Google Advertisement:
Facts Check Analysis: No such news of Germany Nuking South Korea after losing from South Korea in the FIFA World Cup.
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