Angela Merkel, “new Hitler” or Rothschild-Goldman-controlled Stalin?

 

Why the International Left and the financial interests behind it want the world to see Merkel as a “new Hitler”

 

 

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From Hitler to Merkel: how the LSE-Chatham-House-FO-MI6-Daily-Mail crowd and the financial interests behind it want the world to see Merkel.

 

 

You know that something is amiss when, after demonising her for years, Rothschild-controlled Economist takes to backing Mrs Merkel as “Europe’s leader” on the grounds that she can be counted on to push stronger financial union, completion of the single market and more liberal policies (Economist, p. 11).

 

This is not how the Anglo-American press normally speaks of Germany: a triumphant Daily Mail has been cheer-leading anti-German protests across Southern Europe; historian Dominic Sandbrook, writing in the same Mail, has been salivating over the prospects of a new world war “sparked by Germany” (Sandbrook, 12 Mar. 2013); LSE Professor Ulrich Beck has been comparing Mrs Merkel with Machiavelli, again, as publicised with barely contained satisfaction by the Mail (Sandbrook, 19 Apr. 2013) … 

 

The Mail has been in the business of fuelling anti-German mass hysteria since the early 1900s (Clarke, pp. 144 ff.; Ferguson, 2003, p. 292). Anti-German protests from Greece to Spain are easily unmasked as mischief engineered by Chatham House, the Foreign Office, MI6 and their European collaborators. Nothing new there. More interesting are LSE professors seeing a “Nazi Machiavelli” in Angela Merkel, of all.

 

The fact is that Mrs Merkel was born and bred in Soviet-controlled East Germany and nothing in her profile suggests that she distinguished herself as anything but an obedient and well-assimilated citizen of the former Communist republic, let alone that she might one day earn the Machiavelli title bestowed by slightly deranged, left-wing LSE professors.

 

To get to the bottom of it, we must have a look at the wider picture that is conveniently overlooked by the media and their political bedfellows.

 

In the wake of the 1989 collapse of the Communist Bloc, Rothschild interests and their associates, George Soros, Goldman Sachs and others, were involved (as government advisers and financiers) in the transfer of Eastern European industry from state control to private ownership, in effect taking over much of those countries’ economy and finance in the process.

 

US banking giant Goldman Sachs (a left-wing organisation which has been a key supporter of presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama) started its German operations in 1990 to soon become the country’s largest foreign investment bank as well as top government adviser.

 

Also in 1990, Angela Merkel, a scientist turned politician, joined the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), Germany’s conservative party, of which she became leader in 2000, becoming Chancellor of Germany in 2005.

 

During this time, Mrs Merkel also became a close collaborator of Alexander Dibelius, the powerful head of Goldman’s German, Austrian, Central and Eastern European and Russian operations.

 

From 2005 to 2009, Mrs Merkel led a coalition government consisting of her conservative CDU and the Social Democratic Party (SPD) – a coalition as absurd (and obscene) as a Labour-Tory one in Britain – and has gradually pushed the CDU so far left that it has become barely recognisable as the “centre-right” party it was just a couple of decades ago.

 

Mrs Merkel’s close relationship with Goldman Sachs raises the question whether she is a Machiavelli or an obedient collaborator of one of the world’s most powerful (and most Machiavellian) banks (for Goldman’s Machiavellian credentials see W D Cohan, Money and Power).

 

The answer is not difficult to guess. According to German sources, Dibelius had made contact with Merkel long before she became Chancellor and set her on her current political course (Reischauer & Zdral, 2006).

 

The fact is that the direction German politics has taken under Merkel’s leadership leads not to Hitlerism but to corporate Socialism controlled by global banks. Indeed, it isn’t just Merkel; Germany’s economy and finance, too, have close ties to Goldman. If Germany dominates Europe, it is itself dominated by global banks. In other words, the real dominant element is not Merkel but international financial interests.

 

This is confirmed by the fact that Dibelius, various other Goldman operatives and Merkel herself are members of Atlantic-Brücke (Atlantic Bridge), an organisation set up after the war by Rockefeller interests and their German puppets to remote-control West Germany from across the Atlantic. German-born Rockefeller lieutenant Henry Kissinger, a notorious left-wing activist, is a leading member.

 

The media’s portrayal of Mrs Merkel as a “new Hitler” is not only preposterous but can only serve to deflect attention from the above fact. There can hardly be a better way of disguising a Stalin in the making than by calling him (or her) a “Hitler.” This also answers the question as to why the media are invariably baying for the blood of some Germans (Kaiser Wilhelm, Hitler, Merkel) but not others (the Rothschilds, the Oppenheimers, the Goldman Sachses) who between them control most of the world’s finances.

 

As to those who wish for another world war, they should remember what we got in the aftermath of the previous two: the League of Nations, the United Nations, the European Union and other organisations working for world rule by a financial clique. Above all, the once-great British nation found itself ridden with debt and being replaced with immigrants as a reward.

 

See also:

 

If it’s Saturday it’s the Germans again – or why the Mail has lost the plot

 

 

Clarke, I. F., Voices Prophesying War 1763-1984, London, 1966.

 

Cohan, William D., Money and Power: How Goldman Sachs Came to Rule the World, London and New York, 2011.

 

Economist, “One woman to rule them all,” 14 Sept. 2013.

 

Ferguson, Niall, Empire: How Britain made the modern world, London, 2003, Penguin Books special edition London 2012.

 

Reischauer, Claudia and Zdral, Wolfgang, “Goldman Sachs. Der Schattenmann,“ Capital, 12 Jul. 2006.

 

Sandbrook, Dominic, “Could Germany spark another war? I fear it’s all too possible,” Daily Mail, 12 Mar. 2013.

 

Sandbrook, Dominic, “Angela Merkel has made Germany master of Europe in a way Hitler and Kaiser Wilhelm only dreamt of. The implications are frightening” Daily Mail, 19 Apr. 2013.

 

 

 

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