Today, the nations of Europe face many problems. The European Union is out of control in their pursuit of continental domination and are leading the nations, with Frau Merkel at the helm, towards an EU superstate that will inevitably be the death of the nation state as we know it. Every decision the EU takes leads the continent further down the rabbit hole of doom, whether it be their economic policies that take the nations further into debt, or the social engineering policies of open borders and cultural Marxist doctrine.
But these problems did not begin with Merkel, nor the Lisbon Treaty or the Maastricht Treaty or the refugee crisis, or even the creation of the European Economic Community. No, the problems in Europe that we face today have their roots way back in the 1930s, accelerating at frightening and devastating pace after the end of the second world war.
It may seem strange to say on the surface, but what we see now is not a German dominated Europe, but in fact a Germany dominated by the USA and Wall St, exerting power over Europe from the end of her globalist finance puppet strings. It is common knowledge, even amongst her people, that America is not controlled by Americans, rather it is under the influence of the banks and the Wall St debt holders and investment firms, along with the media moguls and the Hollywood kingmakers.
This is crucial to understand, as it is in the American-led allied victory in WWII that we can find the source of Europe’s problems today. Whilst apparently reluctant to enter the second world war, it proved to be crucial in America’s ability to shape the modern world.
Back in 1923, a man named Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi founded the Pan-Europa Movement with the aim of unifying Europe – a separate article on this matter can be found here. The project was financed by the big financial institutions of the time, as well as the Masionic Lodges and the leaders of all western European nations along with the American-led League of Nations. It was Kalergi himself who wished to see a Europe unified as one state, led by the United States of America in a ‘New World Order’, which can be assumed as official policy of the Pan-Europa movement.
Interestingly, the movement was paused in 1933 after Kalergi failed to get the agreement of two European leaders, Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini, the former famously referring to Kalergi as ‘the bastard of Europe’. This spanner in the works of the European elite may go some way to explaining their incessant push for war throughout the 1930s – war was necessary to destroy opposition to European unification.
At this point, one may wish refer to the article regarding the allied multinationals/banks that supplied and financed both sides of WWII, as this may offer some context for the wider picture – click here. Remember, the Wall St globalists know no ‘sides’ or nations, only profit.
In 1945, the American-led allies occupied Germany and Austria as the guns fell silent. What is interesting and little known about this period of the war is that the German Reich did not surrender to the allies or the Soviets and the war did not end by default either (the total destruction of an enemy state). Instead, Field Marshall Wilhelm Keital signed an unconditional military surrender on behalf of the Wehrmacht that had no political grounding. Hitler’s successor, Reichspräsident Karl Donitz (Großadmiral of the German Navy), did not surrender Germany to the allied forces, giving the surrender no legal basis.
The German Reich never ceased to exist and is the de jure true state of Germany – the subsequent Bundesrepublik Deutschland has no legal basis, despite the constitution, as the previous state never legally ceased to exist.
“The German Reich, including its people, never surrendered! Only the Wehrmacht did!” – Horst Mahler, lawyer, political activist and political prisoner.
This is important, as it gave (and still gives) the American-led allies a legal basis to occupy Germany and influence her political affairs as a victorious conqueror as opposed to a former enemy. West Germany did not gain ‘independence’ from the allied occupation forces until 1949. Even then, it was not true independence.
There are two key points that follow: 1. The German constitution written in 1949 and its provisions for freedom of speech and, 2. The Geheimer Staatsvertrag (Secret Treaty) signed between West German authorities and the allies in 1949.
Taking the latter point first, the secret treaty, helps to explain a lot about modern day Europe and Germany. The deal signed in 1949 in conjunction with the German constitution gives the occupying powers (in practice, America) control over all electronic and print media, film, culture and education until 2099. This was essentially part of the ‘denazification’ process that occurred in Germany and Austria post-WWII and it is the reason why 100,000 American troops are still stationed in Germany, 70 years after hostilities ceased. The treaty also ensures Germany’s gold reserves are held ‘under arrest’ by the US Federal Reserve – it is interesting to note at this point that the everybody’s favourite globalists, the Rothschild family, have a 57% share through one loophole or another in the Federal Reserve. The secret deal also requires that each incoming German Chancellor signs what is known as the Chancellor Act, effectively agreeing to be a puppet of the United States and abide by the agreement signed in 1949.
It is no coincidence that the first foreign trip a German Chancellor makes is to America.
The first point regarding the German constitution is important for one small detail: Article 5 of Basic/Federal law. This is the article of the constitution signed in May 1949 that protects freedom of speech, but this provision is limited. Between 1945-49, the allies implemented widespread censorship in Germany, collecting and destroying over 30,000 books, not tolerating criticism of occupational forces or the emerging German government and crucially, smashing any hint of information regarding national socialism. The current free speech laws in Germany allow for these practises to continue under the guise of ‘preventing the promotion of national socialism’.
This is very important. On the surface, one is inclined to think that this is a good thing as it is to prevent extremist rhetoric or anti-Semitism, but it is not as clear as this. National Socialism is a broad and ambiguous term – for example, two core principles of national socialism were pioneering socialised healthcare for pregnant women and ending experimentation on animals, so in theory the German constitution allows for censorship for these ideas and basically all other policies encompassed by national socialism. This explains the rank suppression of identity, culture and patriotism in Germany (and Europe) that still continues to this day, whilst also identifying why it is essential for the globalist cause that Germany is the dominant power in Europe, setting the social and economic agenda for a continent based on the globalist control of their government. Remember, any hint of identity or patriotism can be shut down as ‘national socialism’.
Is Angela Merkel’s refugee policy beginning to make sense yet? What about Schengen, a German proposal? What about Merkel’s close relationship with Barack Obama? What about, in a world where information is more freely avaliable, the European Union’s move to censor the internet? What about TTIP, the trade deal that gives American corporations control over state-owned enterprise in Europe?
There is no such thing as a coincidence on such a grand scale.
What is clear is that in 1945, the war did not end – the only thing that changed was the enemy. After decimating the German Reich, the globalist powers turned their attention to this pesky nationalism that threatened to ruin their profit-grabbing plans. The evidence is there in snippets, in the form of documents like the Geheimer Staatsvertrag and the murder of General George Patton in 1945, as well as the influence of the American/German dominated Bilderberg Group.
The continued occupation of Germany and therefore, the European Union, is necessary for the social agenda to be carried out. This is why the European Union is on a rapid path to centralisation and harmonisation of all social and economic policy under their jurisdiction. When we talk about a German-dominated Europe, what we should be saying is an occupied-Germany-dominated Europe, as this is much closer to the truth.
Germany is the key to the future of Europe. Only through raising awareness of the situation in Germany can we work towards a future free from debt slavery and Stalinist repression. The heart of Europe is key to the future independence of the sovereign nation state and people must be made aware of this. This will not happen through Germany however, as the grip of political censorship and globalist corruption is too tight. Only as more and more nations become independent from the EU will the proverbial penny begin to drop.
They key to Europe’s problems lie in the place where it all began.