The Slog [John Ward] makes reference to the “business community” in Germany demanding over Cyprus:
To an extent that’s right but there are others in Germany and always have been who are far more demanding, as they see themselves as carrying German destiny to its logical conclusion.
It has never changed, right back to the Hapsburgs. This by Edward is an old article but it gives the overall picture in 2005.
When Hitler published Mein Kampf – which became the Nazi “bible” – in 1925 and 1927, he dedicated the second volume of the book to Eckart; Hitler described Eckart as “that man, one of the best, who devoted his life to the awakening of his, our people in his writings and his thoughts and finally in his deeds.”
The trouble with exploring Eckart is it soon gets into what many would call loony territory but keeping it this side of lunacy for a moment, the point is that nations have always followed their philosophers and thinktanks, their great writers and statesmen and, to employ a Russian term, it’s ochen narodni – very “the antecedents of the people” in the sense of the ethnicity of that people and in fact its innate superiority.
It’s one step from that to “manifest destiny”. The British Empire was just like that:
Ask any man what nationality he would prefer to be and ninety nine out of a hundred will tell you that they would prefer to be Englishmen. [G. le Sueur, Cecil Rhodes, 1913]
Reference has been made many times here to Maurice Strong, Gordon Davidson, Corinne McLaughlin, Al gore and others and the Gaia/Shamballa influence behind the climate scam. Every social movement has its philosophers, writers, statespeople and narrative – all deeply influential on policy. In Hitler’s case it was the Thule antecedents of Germany.
The French strategy in WW1 was based on the “elan” of he French fighting man, that is his innate ability to be a better soldier than the German. This was more than just nationalism taken to extremes, i.e. committing the lives of millions to an idea like that – it was deep in the French soul but more importantly, it was deep in the diseased souls of the elite.
There is a point when nationalism and patriotism crosses a line and with the Hapsburgs and other “noble” families, not excluding the Rothschilds, it crossed that line from the beginning. It is a diseased lineage, from the physical [Hapsburg nose] to the spiritual and yes, I am going to use the term spiritual darkness and refer to Ephesians 6:12 again.
It was no accident, though aberrant, that Salon Kitty and the like proliferated. To see excess today, Washington parties are as far as you need go. The point is not to tut tut and say dear me but to realize that these are the people who send others to war and bring in austerity campaigns which, miraculously, appear in every western nation at the same time.
The “business community” in Germany has deep connections with these antecedents and sickness and what we’re seeing in Cyprus is not just an economic situation – that’s just the justification – but imperialism of the old kind, as it always was, as Merkel’s backers, e.g. Bertelsmann and the other “noble” families of long lineage and stored plunder wish to see.
There must be war because these “people” have warrior minds:
My home policy: I wage war; my foreign policy: I wage war. All the time: I wage war. [Georges Clemenceau, French Chamber of Deputies, March 8th, 1918]
I mentioned Bertelsmann. These are the people who pushed paedophilia in Dept of Health pamphlets in Germany to parents – Prodicus uncovered it here and many posts have followed it.
Then there is the CFR of SPPNA infamy, again which has been blogged about extensively and they influence policy in the States and export it via the TLC in Europe. IPJ found this of late:
More on that “Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership”
Professor Slaughter served as the presider of the CFR panel discussion. The context of the Bremmer quote was a venting of frustration by the panelists over the “ineffectiveness” of the G20 process. Professor Slaughter and Mr. Berggruen particularly argued that the G20 needed to be given actual powers that would enable it to do more to effect global governance.
Unfortunately, from the panelists’ viewpoints, national sovereignty and national interests get in the way of this objective. This is where Mr. Bremmer commented (see the video at 18:30 minutes): “The EU is much more significant. There’s real subversion of sovereignty by the EU that works.”
It would appear that the panelists all favored this type of EU-style of sovereignty-subverting “governance.”
Secretary Kerry, of course, is also a member of the CFR, as is our top trade negotiator Michael Froman, a former Citigroup exec (and bailout beneficiary) who is now assistant to the president of the United States and deputy national security advisor for International Economic Affairs.
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership and Trans-Pacific Partnership would effect the same kind of “real subversion of sovereignty.”
The thing which confuses is this attack on nationalism and that needs exploring. It is an attack on anything which the person who attacks sees as a limiting factor on their hegemony within a body all must kowtow to. That is the only purpose of the EU – for France to use it for its farmers, for Germany to use it for its manifest destiny as the rulers of Germany.
Svali mentioned that Germany was the centre of that activity and that they were required to know German to deal with the upper figures. So whether you come to this from a socio-economic perspective or from an occult perspective, all roads lead to the same place Agatha Christie went in Passenger to Frankfurt.
I’ve spent a certain amount of time in Frankfurt with such people and they have … er … interesting mindsets. John Cleese was not so wide of the mark. It’s as well to note though that it isn’t the people as German people who are the issue, it’s the Bruderheist thing behind their elite which permeates down and poisons everyone over centuries.
These people are unknown, untouchable, secure in their safety. Dig them out and bump them off and much of the recurring horror in Europe would disappear.
If you start exploring Morgenthau, eventually it leads to Bretton-Woods and that in itself has been heavily criticized from its subsequent fallout. The fundamental interconnectedness of all things [Douglas Adams] was never truer than in these matters.
The great comedy, using the word comedy in the Italian sense.