Jörg Luyken of The Local writes:
Many Germans unwittingly parrot Russian propaganda by pointing to the Iraq war as an example of a time Britain wrongly accused another state of having chemical weapons. Why should the British authorities be trusted this time, they ask. In other words, sections of the German public believe the British establishment routinely make up evidence in order to start wars—a nice way to view a democratic ally of the past 70 years.
The world is full of people who can’t tell reality from fiction. These are the people propaganda targets. Scrutinise the news sources, but don’t be a fool!