Europe’s Unstated Economic War: Did Germany Just Win?

posted by Ida B. Wells IV @ 17:43 PM
June 4, 2012

I’ve been saying it and saying it.  But is anyone listening???  Europe is at war, and Germany––the same nation that started World Wars I and II––started it again, and this time it looks like Hitler’s team is winning without firing a shot!

When they joined the European Union (EU), ‘chosen’ nations believed a joint economic system would bring assured growth.  Some U.S. economists feared that the strong euro currency would soon eclipse the United States.

But other economists correctly asserted that EU’s loose economic system would never work without a unified centralized banking system, a monetary enforcer (i.e. Federal Reserve Board), an enforceable tax plan for every nation, etc.

Now too many European nations realize that those doomsayers were right––  most of them are deeply in debt to Germany!  How did this happen?  Because Germany always had the stronger economy, because part of the EU agreement included nations going into debt to buy products from Germany (which many didn’t need), because those nations made the mistake of trusting Germany again!

And now Hitler’s team tightens the screws.  In “Europe Mulls Major Step Towards “Fiscal Union,” Reuters reports this morning:  “German Chancellor Angela Merkel is pressing for much more ambitious measures, including a central authority to manage euro area finances, and major new powers for the European Commission, European Parliament and European Court of Justice.”

Further, German officials say that Merkel is “also seeking a coordinated European approach to reforming labor markets, social security systems and tax policies.” Until nations agree to her new proposal, she will not consider other proposed alternatives such as euro zone bonds, or a ‘banking union.’

In short, if EU nations agree to this ‘bullying,’ they lose their sovereignty.  And Germany will have completely won this continent’s economic war!

The intensity of this type of war is well illustrated in Clive Owen’s film, “The International.” Owen plays an Interpol detective named Louis Salinger, who chases bankers, who are not only crooks, but murderers as well, all over Europe.

When he, and New York police detective Eleanor Whitman (played by Naomi Watts), interview Industrialist Umberto Calvini (played by Luca Barbareschi), the two ask Calvini why these bankers are funding arms for so many wars around the world.  Calvini answers, “Its not about guns.  It’s about debt.  Whoever controls the debt controls the country!”

So the debt of European countries trusting Hitler’s Germany again has plunged them into the nightmare of all being German!  As Bible prophecies warn:  “But it is happened unto them according to the true proverb, The dog is turned to his own vomit again; and the sow that was washed to her wallowing in the mire (2 Peter 2: 22).”  As our sister blog writes, the jackboots will soon march again!

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